HOT: Dan Hunter, Langham Melbourne Chef Masterclass, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Langham Melbourne, 1 Southbank Ave, Southbank

After a full buffet lunch put on by the Langham, it was back to work (well, as much as sitting down and eating and listening was work) with Dan Hunter, the chef at the Royal Mail. I’ve raved about my dinner at the Royal Mail before and the kitchen presents food that’s all about provenance, […]

HOT: Rosio Sanchez, Langham Melbourne Chef Masterclass, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Langham Melbourne, 1 Southbank Ave, Southbank

My second session of my day at the Langham Melbourne Chef Masterclasses was with Chicago-born Rosio Sanchez, pastry chef at the San Pellegrino’s world number 1 restaurant, Noma. To say that I was excited was an understatement. I don’t foresee any possibility of flying 24+ hours to Copenhagen any time soon so to have Rosio come to […]

HOT: Corey Lee, Langham Melbourne Chef Masterclass, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Langham Melbourne, 1 Southbank Ave, Southbank

Someone please buy me an around-the-world airplane ticket! After day of eating, drinking, talking and listening to some of the world’s most interesting and talked-about chefs from overseas and Australia, all I want to do is jump on a plane and feast. The 7.5 hour program of the Langham Melbourne Chef Masterclasses is a marathon […]

HOT: France vs. Australia Food & Wine Showdown, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Mr Mason, 530 Collins St, Melbourne

Most of my high school French is getting rusty these days but my vocabulary of French food and wine is on an exponential learning curve. So thanks to Melbourne Food and Wine Festival I attended a Melbourne Food and Wine Festival event called France vs. Australia Food & Wine Showdown as a guest purely for the purposes […]

HOT: Sweets, Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St, Melbourne + Giveaway!

As an immigrant, Melbourne’s Immigration Museum holds a special place in my heart. Housed in the beautiful Old Customs House by the river, the museum presents the stories of people from all over the world, people just like me, who have made their home in Australia and Victoria. It’s important to me to support and promote a dedicated […]

HOT: Red Door Corner Store, 70 Mitchell St, Northcote

While the demise of the neighbourhood milk bar is a sad testament of our time of mega-malls and supermarket duopolies, the silver lining is that Melburnians have managed to transform the humble corner store into some fantastic cafes, including Mitte, Squirrel Cafe and my latest find, Red Door Corner Store. The owner/chef has retained some […]

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