one of our waitstaff, karin, has been selected as a contestant in the new season of masterchef australia.
we did almost exactly half as many covers this past week as the week prior.
aldi was selling truss tomatoes for $2.99 a kilo last week. my providore's were $6.99, and about the same quality. what's wrong with this picture?
I've never known anyone that actually owns a padma laksmi cookbook.
we have enough spanakopita left over for us to have for breakfast all this week.
bloomberg is reporting that the u.s. based black angus chain of steakhouses is seeking bankruptcy protection, along with several others. does this mean the slow death of 'upmarket' fast-food?
iron chef america is pretty lame compared to the japanese original, dont'cha think?
it's well into summer, but we're hardly selling any salads at all. damned if I know why.
brisbane's sunday mail reports about a sunshine coast eatery that invites diners to "decide how much they want to pay for their meal". apparently, most were happy to pay at or even above what the menu price would've been. a novelty, or a necessity in this changing market?