Cliff’s Edge, Silver Lake

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When a friend suggested Cliff’s Edge for our final dinner in LA, I immediately jumped at the chance to go, as it’s a restaurant I had always wanted to go to with Alex when we lived in Echo Park. We arrived and were seated out on the famous patio, which absolutely lives up to its…

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Miso Roasted Eggplant

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Over Easter, we traveled back to Adelaide to visit Alex’s parents (and raid the veggie patch, of course!) We picked tomatoes, butternut squash, figs, and the most wonderfully sweet eggplants we’ve ever had. We decided to make our version of one of my favourite eggplant dishes- miso eggplant. Our version is full of ginger and chili,…

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Simple Sesame & Garlic Noodles

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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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400 Gradi, Brunswick

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In April, 400 Gradi exploded onto the food scene after taking home the top prize at the Pizza World Championship, held in Italy. Everyone in Melbourne was flocking to try and get a bite of the world’s best pizza, and one Wednesday evening Alex and I were lucky enough to get seats at the bar…

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Beetroot Subji

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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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Harissa Spiced Freekeh with Honey Roasted Vegetables

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Late last year, I discovered a lovely grain that is now being hailed as a leader in 2014’s round of new ‘superfoods’- freekeh. Freekeh is a grain slightly similar to barley, but it can be a bit fiddly to cook with- the first time we used it we were a little freaked out by the…

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Raj on Taj, Adelaide- Throwback Thursday pt. 4

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Raj on Taj is a classic Indian establishment with two locations in Adelaide. Alex and I stopped by after I was struck by a craving for Indian food (these happen often), and were quickly seated by a friendly waitress who was more than happy to chat with us about our holidays. When it came time…

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Zucchini Noodles with Spicy Peanut Sauce

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Greetings! Sorry for the lag in posts- we just got back from a wonderful week in Bali- keep an eye out for lots of new restaurants reviews in the coming weeks from our adventures there! In the meantime, here is a recipe for the first ever raw recipe to grace our website! I’ve been intrigued…

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Sweetcorn Soup with Kale & Ginger

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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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Po’Boy Quarter – Collingwood

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po’boy, noun – every hungover person’s dream; carb loaded, stuffed with succulent meats or deep fried goodies and the ability to leave one with the semi-permanent feeling of satiety… or at least that’s how I see them anyway. Po’Boy Quarter in Collingwood delivers no frills po’boy sandwiches that do the simple things right. A soft…

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