Spiced Cauliflower Salad, Cumulus Inc

Today's post is about reliving my fondest food memory. After all it has been more than a year since I last set foot on Melbourne soil (rectifying this soon). And more importantly, it's also been more than a year since my last visit to Cumulus Inc, my favourite restaurant in the CBD of Melbourne (this... Continue Reading →

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West Asia AFF: Lamb Kofta and Baba Ganoush

Kofta, believed to have originated from a Persian word "Kūfte" means "to beat" or "to grind" or meatball, is a surprisingly common dish in many countries, spanning from Greece, Middle Eastern Countries, to Indian and Pakistan. Not surprisingly though as these countries do share quite similar varieties of herbs and spices. Unlike the Italian meatballs,... Continue Reading →

Shakshouka: The Breakfast of Champions

It's not the first time I've proclaimed my love for eggs here. This blog should be called Kelly Siew Loves Eggs. Or something like that. I'm not very imaginative when it comes to names. And when it comes to egg dishes, Shakshouka would probably be top the list, excelling both the aesthetic department, and taste.... Continue Reading →

Falafel with Cucumber Salad

Are you participating in Meatless Monday yet? If not, you should, and start with this dish. Or any of the ones I've posted up recently, really. The idea is simple, cut out meat once a week, and this helps to improve our own health as well as the planet's. It can reduce your risk of preventable conditions... Continue Reading →

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