home-recipe-book

Food

Hand written recipes

No Comments 05 October 2016

You can trust them more than a cook book. This morning in Big W, I noticed Michelle Bridges has released a new cook book and wondered: are Cook books are the most contemporary thing on the planet? Someone releases a new one every week. Is Michelle’s one any good? I don’t know. She’s a bloody […]

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smart fridge

Food, Life

2001: A Smart Fridge Odyssey

No Comments 21 September 2016

I went for a run this morning. The details are logged on my smart watch; distance, calories burned, even my cadence. Cadence is the number of steps you take on one foot per minute whilst running – I looked it up on my smart phone last night. Really, how good is smart technology? The next […]

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cafe

Food, Life

My Cafe is my temple

No Comments 16 September 2016

Andre and I used to meet at the pub to watch sport and grunt. They were good times but now he’s only interested in meeting for coffee. We have to talk and stuff… and it doesn’t matter what time of the day it is, we have to meet at a cafe. If it’s late we’ll […]

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Queen Victoria Night Market

Food

Queen Victoria Night Market Mozza

1 Comment 12 February 2016

Wednesday night was a near perfect summer evening in Melbourne. My Greek neighbour George was sitting in his front yard drinking iced coffee, people were walking the streets eating ice cream. If I’m honest, I knew the Queen Victoria Night Market was gonna be packed… but I couldn’t resist. My gripe with food markets in […]

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doughnut time donuts

Food

Is a Doughnut Time donut worth $6?

2 Comments 08 December 2015

I had a fiver in my hand today when I ordered my first Doughnut Time donut… but it wasn’t enough. I needed $6 to secure my donut which made me ponder the great philosophical question: can a donut be worth $6? (and do I have another dollar floating around in my backpack somewhere?) We may […]

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Food

Ribbon sandwich

1 Comment 25 November 2015

One thing I’ve learnt as a film maker without a budget is that catering can make a cast and crew magically materialise. I’ve been successfully using my Mum’s ribbon sandwiches to manipulate friends for years and I’ve never been short of extras or a boom operator yet. Next time you need some volunteers try my […]

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Food

North and Eight Essendon

1 Comment 18 October 2015

Essendon is hardly the breakfast capital of Melbourne. Until a couple of years ago, the best you could do was a McValue meal or an International Roast coffee as you kicked tyres at one of the many car dealerships along Keilor Road. But NOW, bits of Brunswick have come to Essendon! And good bits too, […]

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Food

Burger fatigue

1 Comment 14 September 2015

Burger joints are the 2015 version of the self serve yoghurt shop. My only hope is that they soon follow suit. I have officially been diagnosed with burger fatigue. Sure I’m handicapped in this area; being a vego a burger joint doesn’t hold a lot of sway for me but I lurve hot chips and […]

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dumplings

Food

White man dumplings at Emporium

1 Comment 29 August 2015

I tried out the new Jimmy Grant’s in Richmond this week with my friend Farrah. Russell Howcroft was sitting at the next table so it was clearly the place to be. We ate and discussed food. We started with George’s Souvas and ended up arguing over the quality of Dim Sum in Hong Kong. ‘I […]

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burrito

Food, Life

All or nothing – when guys cook

No Comments 28 August 2015

Ange had a busy day yesterday. By about 6:00, I realised the responsibility of organising dinner had fallen to me. I knew what to do. I called our local Mexican joint and ordered burritos. There wasn’t enough time to prepare a noteworthy meal and there’s no middle ground for me in the kitchen, it’s all […]

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