A Celebration of Asian Food with a Retro Kikkoman Noodle Dish
Let’s Lunch (#LetsLunch) is a twitter-based virtual lunch club where anyone interested can join this monthly ‘lunch date’. The group was started by NewYorker Cheryl Tan, author of ‘A Tiger in the Kitchen’ , a food memoir of her Singaporean heritage. A topic is posted at the beginning of the month, often by consensus, and all posts are made on the same day by this random but lovely group of food bloggers, writers and people who just love cooking from all around the world.
Anyone can join at any time – just join us on twitter by searching and adding the hashtag #LetsLunch.
Inspired by Israel, made in Sydney: A salad of salmon, beetroot and horseradish.
A Luscious and Healthy Salad, Full of Goodness and Deliciousness.
Nothing beats a home made sausage roll. Especially one as simple as this!
I am going to attempt a Bombe Alaska. one of those ‘feared’ dishes. Here goes…
Halloween and #LetsLunch: Scary Pretzel Time.
A recipe from a grandmother long missed. Potato Ulnyik for #LetsLunch.
Lisa’s offering for #LetsLunch this month is a winter salad, inspired by Eveleigh Market’s Brussels sprouts.
For this month’s #LetsLunch post, the salmon recipe of all salmon recipes…with the help of Greg Malouf and Food Safari.
For #LetsLunch this month, we are sharing dishes in honour of our dads. I’m going back to 1973.
In order to meet the #LetsLunch direction of ‘Fusion’, I wanted to pair my mum’s succulent, fall-off-the-bone, rich, sticky and very Jewish brisket with a rich Chinese-style sauce…
It’s hard to believe it is already this time of the year! I quite like it when both Easter and Passover occur simultaneously – doesn’t happen that often but when it does it really highlights the cultural diversity in Australia.