The barbeque is a quintessential part of living in Australia. It is typically a ‘steak and snags’ affair, but with such a diverse and multicultural landscape we live in its not uncommon to see food of all types being thrown on for a bit of char-grilled treatment. The Vietnamese barbeque is usually one of my favorites with piping hot spring rolls and […]
When the temperature is threatening to breach the 30ºc barrier on a spring day, there is really is no alternative than to have a BBQ! Rather than battle for space at one of the local parks, we decided to keep it close to home and cooked ourselves a feast in Linda’s backyard, keeping it simple with a smorgasbord of meat, seafood and the occasional dollop of salad.
Cravings for Korean food can be easily sated by heading to Strathfield – the hard bit is to decide which restaurant to eat at. Thankfully, we chose rather quickly (our decisiveness was most likely due to our growling stomachs), but when presented with the menu, we fell back to our old ways.
I love the smell of summer. However, I don’t like the smell of people in summer. The great thing about this time of year is the easy excuse of throwing a bbq. We heard rumours on the information super highway that a few friends of ours were keen on trying out lamb on a spit, too easy. We rocked up at our local butcher and made an order 2 days before our scheduled bbq.
After last weeks success at Shangcheng Hot Pot, the project team decided to make it a regular gathering every Friday for lunch. It was KB’s turn to recommended his personal favourite, and his eyes instantly lit up with silhouettes of ribs. There was only one place in his mind for the ‘best’ ribs, and that was Hurricanes.