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    Yakitori Recipe

    Yakitori Recipe from Tea For Tammi. Sydney Food Blog

    Yakitori is one of the simplest dishes in Japanese cuisine, and yet so commonly maligned. Literally translated into “grilled chicken” (yaki=grilled, tori=chicken), these chicken skewers are a favourite of the Japanese especially after a late night drinking, and are served up at various street stands shrouded in smoke emanating from hot coals. And making them at home can really be as simple as threading on some cubed chicken, and firing up that barbecue.

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  • Kangaroo Burger Recipe, with Beetroot, Fresh Tomatoes, Pickles and Cheese! And Bacon, of course.
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    Kangaroo Burger Recipe

    WOOOOOOOOO!!!! I’m so excited to finally be releasing my first Periscope recipe – it’s taken a crazy amount of planning, but we’re finally ready to kick off! This week is all about ‘Straya, mate,…

  • Sydney Food Blog Review of VIc's Meat Markets, Pyrmont
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    Vic’s Meat Market, Pyrmont 

    There was a period of time when I was absolutely obsessed with barbecue. Like barbecue errthang. Meat, marinaded, plain, sausages, basted, wings, foiled…I mean, ERRTHANG. Because it’s all about that smoke, ’bout that smoke,…

  • Grain Bar, Four Seasons, Sydney. Sydney Food Blog Review
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    Grain Bar, Sydney

    I may not be a drinker, but I’m ashamed to say that I’m a nightmare to any bartender. I see cocktails as food, and I’m very, uh, specific about what and how my drinks…

  • Review of Suminoya, Sydney CBD
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    Smoking without smoke? Suminoya, Sydney CBD

    I love barbecue in all its forms. American, Brazillian, Chinese…and that’s just the beginning of the alphabet! But I hate actually being outside, so the solution? Tabletop barbecue – like the Korean varieties with…

  • The smoker's lot - Beef brisket, chicken, pulled pork and pickles
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    Le Bon Ton, Collingwood

    Fire, smoke and brimstone charcoal – is there anything more glorious than a good barbecue? Le Bon Ton in Collingwood is serving up American style barbecue and sides, and we took a trip for…

  • Roasted Duck on Rice, BBQ One, Eastwood
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    Did someone say roast duck? BBQ One, Eastwood

    Before there was all the ramen, food festivals and fine dining, there was meat on rice. From charsiu to siu yok to braised duck, this simple combination represents a staple-turned-addiction that has contributed to…