THEATRE REVIEW: MARGARET FULTON QUEEN OF THE DESSERT @ BONDI PAVILION

  For some people food is fuel, and then there’s Margaret Fulton. This food icon has been teaching Australians how to cook for seven decades. She’s also the subject of the rollicking musical, Margaret Fulton: Queen of the Desserts. The show had its Sydney premiere this weekend and is every bit as tasty and kitsch as Fulton and her…

FOOD ARTICLE: FRATELLI FAMOUS & THE BAVARIAN (WORLD SQUARE SYDNEY)

Hands up who thinks pizza and beer is a winning combination. For those who agree then there’s a new restaurant to add to your bucket list, a clever dual-concept pairing of Fratelli Famous and The Bavarian at World Square from the rapidly expanding Urban Purveyor Group. The restaurant features a communal bar, shared indoor and outdoor…

FOOD REVIEW: FOOD SERVICE AUSTRALIA 2016

  Food glorious food- the Food Service Australia event celebrated all of that and more. In 2016, this trade show was held in Sydney at the Royal Hall of Industries and the Hordern Pavilion from May 22-24. It was specifically targeted at professionals from the food, beverage and hospitality industries and drew together an impressive…

BLU-RAY REVIEW: DUMB CRIMINALS

  There’s a great quote at the end of Billy Madison by the school principal. It goes a little something like this: “What you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I’ve ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response where you even close to anything that could be considered a…

DVD REVIEW: HOUSOS VS. AUTHORITY

Housos vs. Authority isn’t a film that takes itself too seriously. Instead, this is a high-octane, provocative comedy that has sacred cows on its radar. It’s also about as subtle as a slap in the face with a cold, dead fish. So, welcome to Sunnyvale- a town where being dumb, drunk and racist is worn like…

NEWS: HOW ROBERT SMITH OWES ME A PIZZA

A few weeks ago I entered the GLOBAL BLOGGER SEARCH COMPETITION with a blog called Tales Of Absurdiah.  I designed the blog specifically for the people who feel like their lives are like an episode of The Office or Fawlty Towers because their day-to-day seems littered with one too many weird or stupid events. Of course,…