Steak is a classic dish that can be cooked in many different ways, but there is a simple, tried and true method that will ensure a perfectly cooked steak every time. While many Melburnians prefer to cook top grade steak on a BBQ, it may surprise that cooking a steak in the oven can achieve optimum results. There's nothing worse than spending big dollars on a prime cut only to overcook it. How do you like your steak? We prefer medium-rare with a pink centre that oozes juicy flavour. I've been cooking using the method below, recently with a rib-eye from Dench Butchers in Forest Hill Chase Shopping Centre (this is not a sponsored post).
Melburnians appear to love wearing a ton of black - at least that's the perception. Me included. Black outfits seem to be a constant in the Melbourne fashion scene, and ever-present, despite fashion trends of vibrancy. To be honest I'm not aware of the origins. Melbourne Black is a timeless, sophisticated and versatile color phenomenon that can be easily incorporated into any wardrobe.
Asian noodles have become a staple in the Melbourne food scene, with a wide variety of options available for both locals and tourists. It feels like there's a noodle wave or tsunami right now with noodle restaurants popping up all over Melbourne. From the traditional ramen and pho to lesser-known but equally delicious options, there is something for everyone. Here we take a look at the 10 most popular types of Asian noodles in Melbourne.
Melbourne, Australia is known for its diverse and delicious food scene, and Italian cuisine is no exception. From traditional trattorias to modern ristorantes, the city offers a wide variety of options for those looking to indulge in some of Italy's most beloved dishes. We take a look at some of the best Italian restaurants in Melbourne, highlighting the unique offerings and specialties of each establishment.
Box Hill boasts some of the best eating options in Melbourne, and the World Loves Melbourne recently visited for lunch. Authenticity all the way, a taste and texture triumph.
So Frenchy, So Chic Melbourne is a feature on the culinary calendar, held at Werribee Park in Melbourne's West. We were invited by Cointreau to enjoy a VIP area and celebrate the Cointreau Margarita Kombi’s visit to So Frenchy So Chic in Melbourne.
Josh Niland, Sydney chef, is changing the game with his approach to seafood and as a champion of sustainability, a perfect fit for the 2023 Australian Open. Josh has been winning international awards with his revolutionary approach and we were blessed to attend a keynote talk at the Australian Open AO Beach Bar.
The Langham, Melbourne is showcasing authentic Chinese cuisine for its 2023 Chinese New Year Dinner, curated by Executive Chef Thomas Rappl. This luxe buffet experience for lunch and dinner at Melba Restaurant is from Sat 21st to Friday 27th January 2023.
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