k: this is the viet place we were talking about here hehe. i think it’s slightly more affordable annnnd also they give you way more pieces of yummy edible chicken, which is what daniel always likes to get. ; )
d: yeahhhhh dis place is good. oooohhhh yeah chicken OHOHOHOHO sah delish !!! -sigh- I want some now
One of my favourite pairings is chocolate and cherries. Black forest gateau is, in my opinion, one of the best cakes ever invented. Very 70’s. When I was little I had such a soft spot for those frozen Sara lee ones, they always seemed like such a massive treat. Even now, although I’m well aware that the mass produced treat of my childhood would be no match for a home made, lovingly decorated, fresh cream version, truth be told if I was offered a slice of the pre-made version any time of the day I wouldn’t turn it down!
But today I didn’t make a cake…as a homage to one of my all time favourite cakes I took a rich, dark chocolate brownie cookie recipe and added plump dried cherries.
This is definitely a very grown up cookie – mine turned out not too sweet and had a very rich…
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Meet Fresh is a popular Taiwanese dessert chain that has a focus on fresh natural ingredients. The name of the store came about because the owners wanted customers to “meet” the “fresh” and healthy desserts that they had to offer. Known for the taro balls, herbal jellies, tofu puddings and cold desserts, the offerings are quite traditional, and someone not familiar with them may be scratching their head as to what they’re about to eat.
For dessert, I had the Chocolate Waffle. Every customer making an order is handed a buzzer and you pick up your dessert when it’s ready. My waffle was ready 10 minutes after ordering and was nicely presented. The waffle is actually a decent size and 4 times the size of what it would be elsewhere. The waffle was freshly made and piping hot when it arrived. Unlike other places, there were no chocolate pieces…
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The Clubhouse out at Tanunda is enriched with history and the site dates back to 1891. Renown as an icon in the Barossa, this establishment has been well known for it’s community service over the years, however, these days it’s more about the hospitality. One of the main features inside the dining area is the wall length photograph which gives the illusion of dining amongst the vineyards. With regards to dining, it’s all about local fresh produce combined with their extensive wine list. Their speciality is steak and seafood, however, the traditional pub favourites are also available.
For lunch, I ordered the Bloody Big Burger. The meal was ready after a 15 minute wait and was nicely presented on a wooden chopping board. The beef patty was nice and thick, and its diameter was the same size as the bun. The meat was tender and succulent, with a nice pinkish…
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