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Sally Park

Consumer, creator and photographer of food who loves to travel (and scuba dive!)

Breakfast which isn’t really breakfast
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Breakfast which isn’t really breakfast

Some of our family were in town over the weekend and they were staying in the city so we met them at the Paramount Coffee Project for breakfast. It is in Surry Hills, walking distance from the city and set in the foyer space of Paramount House. It’s a lovely open cafe with soaring ceilings, concrete  floors and many different areas and seating options to suit their customers. They also have a variety of business which share the space. Last time we visited there was a bike shop, this time a bustling market stall with people leaving with calico bags overflowing...

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13 Apr 2015
My imperfect, perfect tart
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My imperfect, perfect tart

The recipe comes from my go to cookbook Plenty which I have written about before. The recipe in the book is amazing, but I need to modify it for more every day baking. The original recipe is special for two reasons. The first reason is because it is rich – buttery pastry, creme fraiche, double cream and about 200g of quality cheese. The second reason is because beautiful cheese is expensive, so it isn’t something you can make every day. Yottam uses both hard and soft goat cheese in his recipe which we bought at our local fromagerie, but I think you can substitute...

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05 Apr 2015
Thai red pumpkin soup
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Thai red pumpkin soup

It was a cool day in Sydney yesterday, and cool days mean warm bowls of soup. I had 1/4 of a pumpkin, and a bit of left over coconut milk but no jars of Thai red curry paste and no desire to leave the house. Fortunately, I had all the ingredients I needed to make it from scratch. It took all of 5 minutes in a whizzer and was absolutely delicious. The surplus went into small containers in the freezer for another meal. I am already planning when I can make red chicken curry! Ingredients Paste 3 tsp white pepper...

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04 Apr 2015
Wandering in The Rocks
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Wandering in The Rocks

The Rocks is a lovely part of Sydney to wander through the cobbled streets. I love to imagine what life was like for the settlers who lived here in the 1800s, the wealthy and the poor, all trying to eke out a living in this tough and foreign land. Mum and I visited the National Museum of Contemporary Art with the intention of seeing an artist Mum had encountered in France, but unfortunately the exhibition he is in does not start until later in April. After our stroll through the galleries, we needed to refuel on a dreary day so we...

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03 Apr 2015
Tartiflette
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Tartiflette

I lived in France for a year between school and university, and spent most of my year with a loving family who loved to cook, eat and hike so I had a wonderful time. We lived near the alps and my French mum Isabelle introduced me to the many varieties of cheese in la Savoie and their delicious uses. Cheese is expensive, even in France, but for special occasions a tartiflette is a real treat. The bacon on top was to appease Sir Stu, but I prefer it without and serve the cheesy potatoes with a simple green salad. Reblochon is hard to...

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29 Mar 2015
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