Napoleon Cake

For people who loves cakes, they may want to go around the world and taste cakes in any single culture. Tina is one of those persons while I was never a fan of sweet cakes with cream, just not my style, but this Napoleon cake really made me exciting. The cake, also named Mille-feuille, is…

Pizza, glorious pizza – my homemade pizzas

When talking about homemade pizzas, different people has various views. Many people rate homemade pizzas to be very ordinary, but the recipes I am putting here today will change the way you view the home version of pizza. They can get a bit gourmet and can definitely be able to cater for vegans. I am sure…

Two alpaca dishes – Carpaccio and Tataki

The visit to a farm is never a complete experience without tasting/cooking with some of the produce from the farm. This is always my rule no.1 and it’s the same for every farm we visited.  Later last year, we toured the Prado Alpaca farm  and learnt all the “need-to-know’ stuffs about alpaca from the fleece…

Seafood Paella (Paella de marisco) – A modified version

You know I am not Spanish and had no relatives or contacts with Spain at all, but I indeed love the food. From tapas and sangria to paella, the country seems to have plenty of good food to offer for an empty tummy. Paella is somehow reviewed internationally as the national dish for Spain, although…

{Recipe} Crispy skin rolled pork loin with celery leaves stuffing

A couple of days ago, I wrote about the “simply delicious” Murray Valley Pork roast, a ready to cook product. Please follow me today to explore another product, rolled pork loin, from this wonderful pork expert.       The product came in rolled and scored to take the hassle out of cooking pork loin….

Murray Valley Pork – “Simply Delicious”!

When talking about pork brands in Australia, no one can probably miss Murray Valley Pork. The company has a network of farms in southern NSW and northern VIC and this network is the supply source of the animals. The pigs are raised 100% Sow Gestation Stall Free and are protected under their animal welfare policy….

{Guest Post – Recipe} Seared crusted sesame tuna with a ponzu dipping

Kenny Trinh, Chef at the award winning Japanese restaurant Shiki in Adelaide, has created delicious and succulent dishes through his culinary mastery.  Now, he decided to share his excellent recipe with all Adelaidefoodies.com readers and Japanese food lovers. Japanese food, as you all know, is one of my most preferred food and I am always…