Ostrich Steak and Awesome Sauce (Review of T-BBQ)

I ate ostrich with awesome sauce for lunch yesterday. No, I haven’t misspelled oysters – I did actually mean the rather silly, large big-eyed bird that lives over most of the African continent.  Why did I eat ostrich?  Primarily, because it was there, in my fridge and I needed lunch – and it was there in my fridge because it was available (imported from South Africa as … Continue reading Ostrich Steak and Awesome Sauce (Review of T-BBQ)

My Ten (and more) Most Favourite Places To Eat Around The World (2011 Edition)

My brother and I both have restless feet.  No, not the medical condition by that name – more the fact that though we’re both rather young, we’ve gotten around the world, each in our own way.  We laugh about it, because while he tends to travel as much as his free time permits him and backpacks through whatever disreputable Burmese jungle or Peruvian demonstrations he … Continue reading My Ten (and more) Most Favourite Places To Eat Around The World (2011 Edition)

Of Ruined Fondue And Unnecessary Disappointment

The following post is half a rant and half the instructions for those wishing to avoid the aforementioned disappointment.  And I will try to go gently on the rant bit, as I try to avoid those without a good cause.  Sadly, this is a good cause. I make no secret of the fact that if I have to pick my one favorite celebrity chef for … Continue reading Of Ruined Fondue And Unnecessary Disappointment

Review: Yee Rah @ Liverpool One

…Since we had a couple of evenings, we split the food ideas evenly between a dinner cooked by yours truly (photo and recipe to follow in a separate post), and going out to a very nice place in Liverpool One called Yee Rah, which is a sort of an oriental-fusion food restaurant, very modern, and with a fantastic ambience that I had wanted to try for a while, but never had the occasion to. The hall itself is designed in muted shades of natural green and brown, reminiscent of a tropical rain forest in palette. Continue reading Review: Yee Rah @ Liverpool One