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Australians Vote with Their Tongues

I love food awards:

Australia's LifeStyle FOOD Channel has conducted a survey (based on a public voting system) on Australia's most popular restaurants.

Of the top 15 vegetarian restaurants in Australia, four are Hare Krishna restaurants: Govinda's in Darlinghurst NSW, The Cardamom Pod in Byron Bay NSW, Gaura Nitai's in Cairns QLD, and Gopal's in Melbourne, Victoria.

Congratulations! And thanks to the Australian public for letting us know what you like.


Posted by Kurma on 20/12/07; 8:45:21 AM from the dept.

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Kitchen Confidential

I just received a letter from N in Sydney, who wrote:

"Could you please advise what kitchen ware and cooking appliances you think are essential and most energy efficient for a single person living on a restrictive budget and small kitchen space."

pots and pans:

I replied: Hello N, Here is a list of what I would consider minimum kitchen essentials for a single man.

Kitchen Essentials

Small and medium saucepans, plus large pasta saucepan
Wooden cutting board
Three knives - small paring, good quality chef's knife and bread knife
Two or three wooden spoons
Two or three small/medium bowls
Tea towels
A single-handed steel wok
Quality non-stick frying pan
Asian-style granite mortar and pestle
One stainless steel whisk
One seive
One medium collander
Citrus juicer
Vegetable/fruit peeler
One set measuring cups
One set measuring spoons
Metal vegie/cheese grater
Stainless steel tongs
Metal spoon with holes for frying
One wooden rolling pin
Potato masher
One heat-proof, wide plastic spatula compatible with non-stick frypans
1-litre plastic measuring jug
Rice Cooker
Food Processor
Dinner set - plates, cups, cutlery, glasses etc
Few rolls paper towels

Hope this helps. Best wishes, Kurma


Posted by Kurma on 20/12/07; 7:22:49 AM from the dept.

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