the inner west’s best sushi

I love sushi. But I really really love Yume Sushi. Located in Drummoyne, Yume has to be the tastiest sushi the inner west has to offer. Better still, the staff are super friendly and it’s reasonably priced for the quality you’re getting.  Owner, Daniel, has run the establishment for over a decade and he is…

pour decisions: the wine pair cheat sheet

I know I’m guilty of the ‘bottle shop google.’ You know the shuffle through your bag to find your phone, open google and type “What wine pairs with Thai/Italian/Spanish/Toasted cheese sandwiches” With a little help from my friends at Wine Selectors, I’ve now created a wine pair cheat sheet for you to bookmark and save…

a french food and wine festival is coming our way

With Bastille Day fast approaching, The Rocks and Circular Quay once again line their streets to become a French food and wine lover’s paradise. Running from the 11th-14 of July, this year’s festival will be jampacked with live shows, different French villages, and most importantly, delicious French food and wine! Wine lovers rejoice as you…

your sunday plans sorted

I don’t know if it’s because I’m getting older and the thought of a Saturday night out is painful but and I have a new found love for day time outings that see me in bed by bedtime. Sunday’s are slowly becoming one of my favourite days of the week and after visiting the Hyatt…

these are sydney’s best dumplings

I love Chinese food, in particular dumplings, so I’m always on the hunt for the juiciest xiaolongbao parcel or the softest pork bun pillow; ladies and gents I think I’ve found the holy grail of authentic Chinese food. Chinatown Noodle Restaurant is located in Haymarket and is one of Sydney’s hidden gems. However, I’m sure…

how i trick myself into drinking more water

Sitting at a desk for the majority of my day doesn’t usually physically exhaust me so I find it difficult to drink the recommended 2L each day. Two years ago I visited my naturopath after having suffered from skin issues for quite some time. We went through the usual questions and then she asked me…

pour decisions: pinot gris vs pinot grigio

Same same, but different. There’s no doubt that your palate changes as you get older. I recently read an article in the Guardian that said after we grow out of our teenage drinking phase -i.e binging on sugary overloaded cruisers and shots of vodka and tequila- we gain an appreciation for more robust flavours, such…

$10 pasta, this is not a drill!

As an avid foodie, (I think about what to eat for dinner, whilst eating lunch) I feel obliged to share this glorious information with the world. Jamie’s Italian is dishing up $10 plates of pasta until the end of the month and no, the offer isn’t just on a plain ol’ plate with some butter, I’m…

bon appétit baby

Today I decided to try and make pasta from scratch and although the end result was not perfect, it was a lot of fun. I also took all my own photos, which again, the end result was not perfect but I’m enjoying learning what the camera can do. I hate using stock images so from…

easter long weekend

    INGREDIENTS 3 eggs whites from large eggs 280g almond meal 280g caster sugar ¼ tsp vanilla extract 30ml Amaretto liquor For rolling: 2 heaped tbsp. caster sugar 2 heaped tbsp. icing sugar INSTRUCTIONS Preheat the oven to 170c/325f. Line two baking trays with a silicone mat or baking parchment. Using a hand whisk…