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Short Holiday - Be Right Back!

Be Right Back!

I will be on holidays to my second home that so happens to be the happiest place on earth - Walt Disney World!

So you won't be seeing any further updates until at least the week I return; let's say mid-November 2014 once i've gotten over jet lag and back to work life in Sydney. I'm very much excited to go back to seeing my old workplace and Disney family and shall be snapping lots of food pictures (during my time there, the annual Epcot Food & Wine is on!) to share with you later on.

Here's a Mickey Waffles Recipe in the meantime to make you all jelly... <3

- Sophie.

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TeaThyme's Third Birthday!


Today marks my third year in being in the blogging scene for food. This just comes to show that three years on i'm still a food crazy girl that loves snapping up pictures and sharing it to the world! 

It was a very low-key celebration for it. I just turned on my phone and realised so I thought heck, why not buy THREE macarons for the occasion?

Not much words today unlike the previous birthdays for pearls of birthday wisdom. But I'm happy with how the blog is so far :)

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Good Food Month

Sydney Morning Herald's "Good Food Month" of October!*

I remember in my early days when I began blogging for that I visited Sydney Morning Herald's then-named Sydney International Food Festival by Crave and it was quite a fun experience. 

This year the same experience falls under a different name but still provides us with the same fun family friendly social activities that are great for the lazy weekend or post-work snack! It goes to show us Aussies love ourselves a good time out into the park for a picnic or just to have some good ol' different types of food!

The Good Food Month festival brings back the favourite bi-annual festivities for October - the night markets, the sugary sweet Sugar Hits for the night owls and even a cheeky photography exhibition involving participating chefs to be taken with their food in 'Shoot the Chef'. 

Have a peek at their online program for yourself and get cracking! I hope to do a few visits myself and blog about it soon but I have limited time since I'll be going on a holiday overseas most of October! 

Sophie's Foodie Wishlist:


'The Breakfast Club" 
 I love this event title! What more can a foodie love than the first meal of the day with this casual cool deal Good Food offers. For $20 per person, select cafes are offering a breakfast menu to showcase their morning wares during the month. I really hope to try the following:

Try either the lemon crepes with chestnut honey, lemon and mint salad or black truffle scrambled eggs with Asiago, asparagus and toast with tea or coffee included. 

Watermelon and strawberry shot; smoked trout, avocado and poached egg parcel with organic quinoa, herb and nut salad


"Sunday Family Lunch"
There's noting more enjoyable than a lazy Sunday afternoon luncheon with friends and family. On October 12th, the next round of Sunday Family Lunches begin including:

Enjoy chef Ruben Martinez's signature crisp Tuscan-style pork belly with fennel puree, salsa verde and mustard fruits alongside gorgeous seasonal vegetables and salads.

Bring your family and friends to an oasis on the edge of the city. Overlooking the endless grassy lawns in the Centennial Parklands, share in a weekly roast with all the trimmings and condiments.
Night Noodle Markets

Different restaurant vendors lined up with stalls for you to taste test!

Located in Hyde Park, Sydney, October 10 - 26
Mon – Tue 5pm – 9pm
Wednesday 5pm – 10pm
Thursday - Fri 5pm – 11pm
Saturday 4pm-10pm
Sunday 4pm – 9pm

Best of all - it's FREE entry!
* has no affiliation and not profiting with the events stated above.

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Chi & Co. , NSW


Taking a trip from north to western suburbs is a rarity for me but it is well worth having fun exploring new places! 

Over in Canley Heights Chi & Co. (formerly known as Chi Chi) is a modern asian restaurant and bar with various flavours of thai, malaysian and vietnamese and is served shared/tapaz-style.

The place is awesome in atmosphere once you enter the restaurant. It's all big and daring - a random bright neon sign talking about double raaaaainbows! (that made me laugh) and a long gorgeous white cocktail bar on the side where the kitchen is busily hustling out the goods. On the tabled dining section is bare high ceilings with long wired Edison down lights, the wooden table tops with a wall that showcases a large black and white illustration including the restaurant's pretty namesake.

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