Fondue for 2 + 1

It’s the middle of winter in Sydney and what’s better than having a mug of piping, thick, hot chocolate to drink? A chocolate fondue, of course! We were at the Theobroma Chocolate Lounge a few weeks back on a rainy and cold afternoon for hot chocolate. After settling Little J down on his high chair,… 

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My Kind of Breakfast

I’m sure by now you would agree with me that dining out in Sydney is not cheap. Almost every meal costs about AUD$10 per dish, and that is in a food court. In a restaurant or cafe, prices would most certainly be more than that. Which is why I was extremely excited when I found… 

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Most Scenic Vineyard in Hunter Valley

So far, we have been to several good vineyards in Hunter Valley including Wyndham Estate, Tyrrell’s Wines, Pepper Tree Wines and Tower Estate Winery. But I have to say that the one that offers the best and most picturesque view has to be Audrey Wilkinson Vineyard! We were there once during our trip to Hunter… 

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The Perfect Hainanese Chicken Rice

Everyone’s definition of perfect is different, so when I claim this to be the perfect Hainanese Chicken Rice, I really mean it’s perfect for me. My version of the perfect Hainanese Chicken rice is that the rice is flavourful, fragrant, not overly oily, fluffy and not soggy. Saucer had the cravings for Hainanese Chicken a… 

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Golden Lake Seafood Restaurant

Last weekend, Saucer and I went into gardening mode. Since early in the morning of Saturday, we spent our time clearing weeds, sweeping, loosening the garden bed and planting new flowers on our front lawn. It was quite a nice way to spend time together, not to mention the gorgeous weather that wasn’t too sunny… 

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A Road Trip to the Southern Region NSW

When my parents and relatives were here a couple of weeks back, we spent most of the weekdays at home since Saucer couldn’t get off work. So when the weekend came, we took the opportunity to bring everyone down south for a day trip to several NSW attractions. Our first stop was to Bald Hill… 

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Chinese New Year 2013 in Sydney

Without realizing it, Chinese New Year is almost coming to an end. Being in Sydney, the atmosphere during Chinese New Year is definitely not as grand or festive as in Malaysia. We do see CNY decorations here and there in the malls, but certainly nothing too elaborate and I don’t remember hearing any fireworks at… 

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