Oh hey Applecrest Farms!
The best old fashioned cider donuts, the real reason we went to Applecrest.
Mr. E’s view on a fairly regular basis – and some really warty gourds
Adorable little pumpkinsLocal folk band
Kev, quick eat this apple!
It’s a jungle out there!
Thanks for the great time, Applecrest. What an awesome kickoff to the fall. Everyone, please go to your nearest farm or apple orchard. You will not be sorry.
In the meantime, I have some planning to do with my large bushel of apples. Keep your eyes peeled for some seasonal treats.
Mr. E’s work brought us to Sydney, Australia in late May for the Vivid Ideas. It was the first time I’d ever accompanied him on one of his trips, so why not join for the one as far as we could go! After 24 hours of traveling, we arrived in Sydney bright and early, ready to feed our weary bodies. I spent most of the trip quelling my jet lag symptoms with copious amounts of food. I’ll leave you to a glimpse of our eating adventures. Enjoy!
Just got here, but let’s go out there and eat!
The hot dog of my dreams at Munich Butcher at The Rocks’ open market
Gorgeous coastal walk at Watson’s Bay
Doyle’s fish and chips after our long coastal walk
Fun pastries from Haymarket’s Chinatown
Aussies are as enthusiastic about hot dogs as I am
Real hi chews – boom!
Udon from Kura Kura
Emperor’s Cream Puffs… highly addictive
…and extremely hot!
Tarte au citron from an adorable French Patisserie
Tonkotsu ramen from Gumshara
Round 3 of Emperor’s cream puffs (not kidding about being addictive)
Sesame balls with red bean paste
Pork buns from Ippudo Sydney – mayo and pork belly overload
The Fine Food Store
Little cup of happiness
Croque Sir Toastie – poached egg, prosciutto & swiss with garlic aioli
Cappuccino with cocoa powder and sugar from Surry Hills’ Bourke Street Bakery
Pork sausage and fennel rolls
Jeremyville mural in Messina
Ice cream at midday? I think yes.
Pre-beast mode in the Chinese Noodle House
A whole lot of hand pulled noodles
Lamb skewers from Red Charcoal’s street cart
The other side of the bridge
Obligatory roo shot
So long Sydney! We leave with heavy hearts and very full tummies.