A tale of two launches

Parties are like buses. You wait ages for one and then two come along at once. That's what happened last week and because I have an inability to make decisions and because I suffer from acute FOMO, [Read More]

A Taste of Cabramatta

I love my hood. In fact, I love it so much that I hardly ever venture out of it. There's plenty here to keep me fit, caffeinated and well fed and watered but even so, it's always good to have a new [Read More]

The Joy of June

If it's true what they say about time flying by when you're having fun, then the last 30 days must have been full of fun because June flew by super fast. The month got off to a bright start with a [Read More]

Vodka High Tea at Food Society

It's no secret how much I love high tea. I would have high tea for breakfast, lunch and supper, if only my waistline would allow it. Moreover, high tea can be an eye opener as much a mouth opener, [Read More]

Breakfast at the Boathouse, Shelly Beach

I love to make breakfast at home, but I can't deny I love to go out for breakfast even more. Especially I love to go out to breakfast with friends. I may be almost Australian, but the English [Read More]

When Est. was best

We always have a special birthday dinner with a special set of friends. There's four of us, which means there's four times as much fun and four times as much deliciousness. Every single year on every [Read More]

Cronut O’ Clock

Once upon a time in New York City, a baker called Dominique Ansel  had the bright idea of making an artery hardening pastry that was half croissant and half doughnut. It was a pastry lover's dream [Read More]

Gelato Messina (AKA Gelato Heaven)

Thanks to Google Local, I scored myself a place at a Messina Gelato Class. Gelato Messina is the stuff dessert legends are made of. It's reputation precedes it. Messina is Gelato and it has been voted [Read More]