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The Bricklayers Arms, Hertfordshire

A well deserving award winning pub.

My grandfather apparently used to buy pheasants from under the counter here ‘back in the day’ (probably 1960s-ish).

My family and I are visiting for Sunday Lunch. 587 more words

Holy Duck!

It’s hard not to see the changing landscape of Sydney. My office is down near World Square and on one side there’s the edge of the old monorail hanging suspended off the edge of the building, the station an old relic as construction hammers out on the road below for the CBD light rail. 1,041 more words


Orient Kitchen dishes up the goods

Asian cuisine is one of my absolute favourites especially when roast duck is involved. There are your standard Chinese restaurants that are okay but let’s face it, convenience is the real reason you return. 813 more words


Day 360 (Australia - R & R)

One of the first things I saw today was the cutest picture of my nephews, twin boys. They each had on an Easter-themed t-shirt and bunny ears and Henry was holding a carrot with one end at Lincoln’s mouth. 53 more words


Maple and Bourbon Glazed Pork Loin

We’re just coming out of the stretch of what I like to call “roasting weather”, wherein I adore the comforting smells and radiating warmth of cranking on the oven. 708 more words


Modern Bavarian Food Diary: Day 2

Leftovers for breakfast and lunch, Brot-zeit for dinner.

Avocado is truly an amazing and delicious fruit, but I remember a time as a kid when I hated the smell, taste and feel of it. 13 more words

Dinner Diary

Modern Bavarian food diary

A new take on the Tokyo dinner diaries. More of this to come over the next 30 days of spring in an effort to build some better eating habits and appreciation for the amazing food we have access to.

Sunday 19th March 2017

Dinner Diary