We thought we’d change it up this year and head south to Kangaroo Valley for Easter. Rathkell’s Pavilion is kind of like a farm-stay home and is nestled deep in the valley. Although it took ...
P and L stumbled upon Blackwattle Cafe during one of their Sunday workout sessions, then found themselves coming back for more… and I was more than happy to tag along. L chose the simple dish ...
We spent last Easter at the Seacliff Farm – Wilton House in Gerrigong and had so much food-nomming fun that we thought we should do it all again this year.
Our last days in Tokyo were filled with random eats and possibly the best ramen in Tokyo!
Yes, I’m still alive, just been MIA for a little while. But now I’m back! And I start my year with a post on the Evolution of Gastropubs in Chicago, London and New York City.
So for the past few months, I have been hard at work eating my heart out. Luckily I don’t own scales so I cannot say whether my body size has been affected by this, but I’m pretty sure it has. That’s one thing to watch out in NYC… the heaviness of the food!
I said I’d like to come back to try out more things on the menu, but I didn’t realise just how soon we would be back!
With the constant fantastic food that always seems to find its way into my stomach, the lack of exercise and a thin wallet, it seemed unlikely that we would have a big breakfast any time soon. Unlikely, but I guess not improbable… hence our fattiness on a sunny, but chilly Saturday morning.
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