Tuesday, May 31, 2011

QLD BIG CHEESE PEOPLE’S DAY 2011 – PORTSIDE WHARF (HAMILTON)

If you’re a cheese fanatic, you have to definitely drop by this Sunday, 5th June 2011 in Portside Wharf (Hamilton) for the annual Brisbane cheese feast.  You will have the chance to sample the quality produce coming out of our fab state, Queensland and the rest of Australia.  So, if you’re not doing anything this coming Sunday…do drop by to this cheese heaven gathering!

Camembert Shot

WHAT:               Brisbane Cheese Awards – People’s Day

WHEN:                5 JUNE 2011 (10am – 4pm )

COST:                   $10.00 per Adult (Children under 16 - FREE)

                                Master Classes: $25.00

WHERE:              PORTSIDE WHARF

                                39 Hercules Street

                                HAMILTON  QLD  4007    

Sunday, May 15, 2011

NILAGANG BAKA (Filipino Beef Stew with Clear Broth)

NILAGANG BAKA PIC1© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

I tend to cook watery tasteless Nilagang Baka (Filipino Beef Stew with Clear Broth) but finally I have solved my Nilagang Baka problem.  Didn’t use the “magic beef cubes” but used Beef Bones instead.  This Filipino Dish is so good during our cold Brisbane weather at the moment and a favourite comfort dish among Filipinos.

Monday, May 9, 2011

NIKU-DANGO NO AMAKARA-NI (Japanese Pork Meatballs In Sweet Soy Sauce)

JAPANESE PORK MEATBALLS PIC1

This Niku-Dango No Amakara-ni  (Japanese Pork Meatballs in Sweet Soy Sauce) is definitely a keeper.  You can serve this meatballs for appetizer or even squash this yummy morsels between two buttered slices of bread and you’re definitely in heaven!

Sunday, May 1, 2011

CAXTON STREET SEAFOOD & WINE FESTIVAL 2011 – PADDINGTON

CAXTON© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

The TRIBE headed out to the Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival 2011 this morning.  It started at 11:00am and I can tell you now, there were already heaps of people enjoying the festival.  I haven’t been to Caxton Street, Paddington for a long time now to tell you honestly…the last time I’ve been there was when the Old Barracks lot is still empty and you can park your car there where ever you want, man I’m so old!  But you know what, I’m pretty damn impress on what this precinct blossomed into…chic shops, lovely cafes, new and old hangouts still there.  And another bonus, the Barracks Car park offers the first 2 hours free.  Where in Brisbane can you get that offer, wish Fortitude Valley Car parks can offer that!  We’ll be coming back to check out the shops there soon!

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