Monthly Archives: November 2012


 

5 Top Tips For Fish Sauce- Nước Mam

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1. Use within 1 year of opening. 2. Buy a cheaper brand for cooking and marinating; I use the Thai brand pictured below which costs $2.50 for 750ml bottle. 3. Buy the first press or a more expensive brand of … Continue reading

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Chả giò- Vietnamese Springrolls

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  Whenever I eat chả giò it reminds of the house parties where families would gather together and feast on colossal amounts of Vietnamese food. The men would be in a separate room from the women, with slabs of beer stacked … Continue reading

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The Gourmet

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“True sashimi is not so much bitten into as allowed to melt on the tongue. It calls for slow, supple chewing, not to bring about change in the nature of the food, but merely to allow one to saviour its … Continue reading

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Delicious Noodles With Prawns and Organic Kale

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Hi folks, I was recently asked for this recipe (pictured above) when I posted last week about Kale and the different uses for the wonderful vegetable. As mentioned before I love using kale and I substitute it for Chinese brocolli and … Continue reading

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Vietnam in February 2013

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I have spent this weekend organising and booking my trip to Vietnam. Mr LR will be meeting my extended family for the very first time! My grandmother is very happy, I haven’t been back since 2007. Mr LR and I … Continue reading

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Oysters with apple cider vinegar dressing and calamari in tumeric

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Weekends are a good opportunity for  me to cook up a storm and experiment with ingredients.  I called on fellow blogger Laurel to join me. We picked up some fresh Tasmanian oysters from the local Asian grocery store which is … Continue reading

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Kale Asian Style

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This week Vanessa from Ten Thousand Tastebuds has joined forces with me to talk about Kale and share my Asian style recipe. Gaining in popularity, Kale is being labelled “Queen of the Greens”, a super food, and a nutritional powerhouse. … Continue reading

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