Latest Food Blogs from VictorsFood
Fair warning – this is a whinge! Sitting in a 6 month old restaurant last week in trendy Surry Hills (Sydney), I had to wonder “does service really matter”? Does no one else see what I see, or do they just care less? The restaurant was very cute and stylish, the food more-ish and abundant, [...]
I feel so lucky to have had the privilege of spending the whole day with some amazing chefs from South America who are turning South American cooking upside down and influencing foodies around the world. Because of my love of all things Latin, I couldn’t resist going to the Crave Sydney International Food Festival Chefs [...]
Lately I have been hearing a lot about South American food from my friends, and the food scene in Sydney is starting to finally appreciate South America for the rich culture it has and the innovative cuisines it produces. From the world of ceviches in Peru, to the bobo in Brazil, the food scene is [...]
Located in cosmopolitan Surry Hills, Bentley?s offers innovative “molecular-gastronomy” style dishes on their menu. We dined there with our student intern, Andres Castello, who wrote this review. The restaurant interior is simple, modern, and elegant. Brent Savage and sommelier Nick Hildebrandt make a great team; the food and the wine pair beautifully together.To begin we ordered [...]
Is it really possible to use competitive cooking to develop team spirit, or is it just individuals trying to gain a step up and be seen and be noticed?
Read about the increasing popularity of French cooking in Sydney, the search for the classic French bistro meal, a review of Felix, and a recipe for Boeuf Bourguignon.
Being a Yank living in Oz I can count on getting a little homesick a couple times a year: Thanksgiving and 4th of July. These times, the sharing of food is at its peak, and indulging with good friends and family are some of the best memories of our lives. 4th of July is here [...]
When I was a kid in my early 20′s I was thrown in the slammer for 8 hours in the city of Fez. All this because I was talking with Moroccan students on the street; the police saw us and thought we were subversives. We may have looked a bit hippy-ish, but we were just [...]
When did you start your blog?: In 2009. The domain name was registered on my birthday on 1st May. Why did you start it?: I?d had a couple of previous blogs, and they were started to share originally to share my family recipes. What was the last thing you ate?: Leftovers from the New Year?s [...]
As I travel the world over I just can’t get enough of black beans. Also known as ‘turtle beans’, their soulful satisfaction and meaty richness give a strong more-ish quality to most dishes cooked with them. When I came to Australia in 1991, I noticed Australians didn’t eat many beans. I think because of their [...]