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Street Food


    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.

    The secret to this amazing dish?

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  • Fried Chicken Skin at Pappa Rich, Sydney Food Blog Review

    PappaRich, Chatswood 

    Asian cookbooks lie. They lie through their teeth. Good, authentic Asian food is damn hard to recreate at home, not to mention the list of specialty ingredients that’s as long as your arm. As…

  • Sydney Food Blog Review of Muum Maam, Surry Hills

    Muummy dearest: Muum Maam, Surry Hills

    The horrible thing about having a new full time day job is being so out of the loop! Not that I’m complaining about the consistent income and getting to cook all day, but it…

  • BBC (fried chicken) from Belly Bao in Good God, Sydney

    Buns of Steel: Belly Bao, Sydney CBD

    I never did entirely understand the almost-fanatic appeal of the Gua Bao – soft, sweet milk buns filled with (traditionally) braised pork belly, mustard greens and sauce – to some. Sure it’s tasty and…

  • Chatuchak Markets
    Bangkok Travel

    One night in Bangkok…

    Two, actually, but what a productive two nights/three days that was! If you’re the type of person who loves eating new foods that you don’t know the name of, Thailand’s definitely the place for…

  • A portion of Sokyo's okonomiyaki (a Japanese savoury pancake of cabbage, seafood and other things) with pickled jalapeño and gingers on the side.

    Good Food Month 2014: Asia Town, The Star

    We all know that the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month has always been about the food – like the ever popular Night Noodle Markets, for example – but sometimes, in the midst of…