Jamie Oliver’s Chicken in Milk


So as you all know, chicken plays a prominent role in our household. While I have finally learnt to love fish, it is less accessible in our neighborhood than chicken, so we find ourselves with the bird more often than not. Sunday Roast is something that I’ve never been able to get fully on board…

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Simple Sesame & Garlic Noodles


Here at Boy Meets Girl Meets Food, we love a good noodle dish. However, I often find that they can become quite heavy and drowned out with sauces, so yesterday I set about making a light and simple noodle dish (to accompany a special recipe coming tomorrow!). For this dish, you will need the following:…

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Top Paddock, Richmond


Top Paddock holds the kind of brunch notoriety reserved for LA’s top West Hollywood spots- which made it the perfect spot for a reunion with my old LA work manager! When we arrived on a Sunday morning the place was practically bursting at the seams with eager eaters, waiting to be seated. After an extended…

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Beetroot Subji


My mother, while an incredible cook, rarely ventures outside of her comfort zone while cooking Indian food. However, that changed about a year ago, when she discovered the magic that is the farmer’s market. One day she came home holding a bunch of beets (literally), and out of having no idea what to do with…

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Meatball & Wine Bar, Melbourne CBD


Meatball, located in the ever-trendy Flinders Lane, was a random choice for us one day whilst out shopping in the city. Since then we have been back twice, and always leave stuffed and pleased with our meals. Cocktails at Meatball are delicious and don’t skimp on the alcohol, and the Italian-focused wine list partners well…

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Sweetcorn Soup with Kale & Ginger


Last month I discovered a lovely corn soup recipe on 101 Cookbooks, and made it earlier this week for the second time; however this time I added quite a few tweaks to make it slightly reminiscent of Chinese sweetcorn soup, a dish I enjoyed as a child. For this soup, you will need the following: 6 cups…

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Jack’s Wife Freda, Soho NYC- Throwback Thursday pt. 2


Yes, this is a post all the way back from my October NYC trip. But even my embarrassment at being so delayed on this post couldn’t stop me, because Jack’s Wife Freda is an amazing Soho spot in the sea of New York restaurants. We went for Sunday brunch, and started off with some drinks-…

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Summertime Seared Chicken with Angel Hair Pasta

chicken and pasta

I started the other night with some chicken breasts. I had no idea where I was going from there when I opened up the fridge- my mind went Indian, Greek, Mexican, before finally settling on Italian. This incredibly easy recipe (you basically do all of the work when you make the marinade!) requires the following:…

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Block 16, Omaha


Block 16 is a great little hole-in-the-wall restaurant located downtown, “hell-bent on creating fresh, fun, street-style food” (from their website). On my past two lunch visits, it was packed with business men, hipsters and families alike, all crowding in to enjoy delicious food at amazing prices. Daily specials are posted on a chalk board and…

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Jamie Oliver’s fennel risotto with ricotta & dried chili


This Valentine’s Day, my friends and I decided to treat ourselves with a homecooked meal- something that is tough to do in the dorms. Alex got me Jamie’s Italy for Christmas (my first ever cookbook!) and we decided to put it to good use for this meal. Jamie explains the cooking process much better than I…

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