Simple sushi makes anywhere feel like home

When I was in Ethiopia for two months, I re-read the Harry Potter books to get that warm, cosy feeling of being somewhere familiar. Everything around me was completely different to anything I was used to. The language was different, mini buses that fit more people than they should were different and the delicious injera … More Simple sushi makes anywhere feel like home

Hiding veggies in baking is an age-old tradition, just ask Mum

Airy cafes with greenery cascading down the walls and naked lightbulbs hanging from the ceiling weren’t the first to discover that brownies could be the perfect vessel for hiding nutritious veggies. Sweet potato brownies may be having a moment right now but many years ago my family found out the shocking way that the rich, … More Hiding veggies in baking is an age-old tradition, just ask Mum

Neil Perry’s Guide to Keeping it Simple, Stupid

There is no better insight into a chef’s love of food than their compiling of recipes into a cookbook, and passion is what jumps out from every page of Neil Perry’s most recent culinary Bible, Simply Good Food. The dark tones used throughout the book are reminiscent of candle-lit dinners and allude to Perry’s love of … More Neil Perry’s Guide to Keeping it Simple, Stupid

St Rose Strides Ahead

St Rose is like a younger sibling that is determined to take steps two-at-a-time so they don’t miss out on any of the action. With the role models of Top Paddock, Three Bags Full and Auction Rooms, this small Essendon café has been taking quantum leaps in order to keep up with the big boys of Melbourne brunch. … More St Rose Strides Ahead