2014 on Daisybutter is shaping up to be fashion-filled with plenty in between. This year I wanted to expand my content and become more interactive with the community that lurks around these parts, so I’ll be introducing some of my best-loved ladies to fill up the gaps of the blog.
Today the oh so lovely Jane, who blogs at Deluminators all the way in Australia, brings her second foodie travel diary installment… —
At Mad Spuds Cafe in Surry Hills, where the main dishes are potato-based. I got the roast potato with chilli con carne.
Caramel and white chocolate gelato from what is probably Sydney’s favourite gelato place – Messina.
A giant schnitzel and beer to relive Europe.
And off to China! A breakfast in Shanghai – pan-fried dumplings and fried doughsticks.
Peking duck at a famous peking duck restaurant in Beijing.
Pan-fried pork buns back in Shanghai. These are my favourite.
A little cake from a bakery on Nanjing Rd.
Satisfying my burger cravings in Hong Kong.
Self-serve frozen yoghurt back in Sydney. Paid by weight, so I was picking out the lightest toppings possible.
This amazing thing on Valentine’s Day, out with the girls. N2 gelato is another popular gelato place – they make the gelato in front of you with liquid nitrogen and come up with pretty fancy flavours. This one was vanilla gelato with honeycomb pieces, dipped in chocolate with a syringe full of caramel syrup. True love.
Mr. Crackles in Darlinghurst, a takeaway joint with roasted pork as its main draw. They sell cups of straight pork crackling. I got the nacho fries with pork crackling topping…
I will enthusiastically and unashamedly eat a whole chocolate couffle with ice cream from Max Brenner, every time.
– Jane x