Archive for January, 2014

Today’s Craving Ramen Noodles

Thursday, January 9th, 2014

Ramen is one of the craved Japanese foods by almost all people in any parts of the world. Wherever one is, whether he is on vacation or not, when his ‘ramen yearning’ kicks in, the hunt for the best Japanese restaurants offering excellent ramen noodles begins.

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Australia is one of the frequently-visited countries all over the world because of its undeniable splendor and beauty. Vacationers get the most picturesque sites and drop by chains of restaurants offering the best dishes they have.
If you’re in Australia and you’re craving for ramen, these are the recommended Japanese restaurants which do not only offer the best ramen but all the good Japanese foods.

• Ryo’s Noodles

. They’ve got the best ramen noodles in the entire Australia and that explains why there are a lot of people patiently waiting up in line outside Ryo’s. The restaurant itself will bring you to Japan in a jiffy. It has a strong Japanese touch that’ll make you more excited to eat in there. Of the ten kinds of ramen they have for diners to choose from, Ramen number 2 is the best seller. It’s made up of tonkotsu broth, boiled eggs, dehydrated vegetables, seaweed sheet plus slices of roasted pork that makes it more flavorful. Not only that, you can also choose from among the varieties of toppings you can add to the already-yummy ramen.

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• Ippudo

The new Jap resto in Sydney doesn’t only boast of their bar which offers a broad selection of Japanese beers and liquors, diners will also go nuts of their very delightful ramen that’ll exaggeratedly make you forget your name.

• Menya Noodle Bar

All noodle? Yes! Menya takes pride in offering one of the world’s best tasting ramen. Spicy lovers will be delighted with their spicy noodles garnished with boiled eggs and sprinkle of chili.

Want about something different over dinner after a day of ramen but no time to prepare? Call Southern Sydney Spit Roast Catering for some hot and delish spit roast.

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What’s In Store for Australia Day

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Every country celebrates the day it is founded, just like the companies established by its pioneers. In commemorating the day it is officially born as a nation, its people remember and give honor to its rich history that paved the way for it to become what it is today.

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As one of the largest country, Australia is celebrating the Australia Day on the 26th of January. With all the events and programs set-up by the vey dedicating organizers, it will definitely start and end with a bang.

Whichever part of Australia you will go on this day or even a day or two before the 26th, it will be filled with ceremonies and other activities that will certainly keep the Australians and even the vacationers’ time fully occupied.

Here is a peek of what the event organizers has in store for the spectators on this grand day for Australia:

Keenagers’ Australia Day Luncheon. An event jam-packed with fun activities like games, quizzes, and lots of eating. Not to mention the big prizes that await the winners of the play games and quizzes. Be present on this celebration on January 24 at Old South Road, Old Reynella, 12:00 to 2:30 pm

Campbeltown Australia Day Festivities. Catch the series of ceremonies (Citizenship Ceremony and Australia Day Award Presentations) at Hamilton Terrace on January 24 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. All are invited to be a part of the event and celebrate it with great music, free BBQs and a lot of entertainment activities for the children.

Great Australian Bites. Hooray BBQ lovers! This celebration will highlight the culinary prowess of Aussies in making their famous Australian BBQ. With live cooking stations plus the presence of 2013 Master Chef Winner, Lynton Tapp, this show will surely be a hit! Enjoy the parade of BBQs and other food stuff at Russel Street, South Brisbane on January 24, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

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Thredbo Kosciuszko Walk. If you want something physical on Australia Day, join the pack of climbers from Thredbo to the top of Mt. Kosciuszko on January 26 8:00 am. Don’t worry; you won’t lose your way because you’ll have a guide. And once you reach the peak of the mountain, you’ll witness Nick Krishner’s oratorical greatness with his two classic Australian pieces.

So, what’s for dinner this special day? Why don’t you invite friends over and serve them the mouthwatering spit roast. A special occasion like this deserves a great meal with friends and family. Make sure you already made a reservation at St George District Spit Roast Catering.

Sydney in January

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

Sydney, aside from the fact that it is Australia’s capital city, is one of the most stunning places to go to. If you are planning to reside in Australia, you shouldn’t miss to list down Sydney as one of the many picturesque places to choose from. In addition, if you are planning for a vacation too, allot 2 days of it to tour around magnificent Sydney.
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Sydney never runs out of celebrations all year long and to those who are going to Sydney this January, you can put a twist to your beautiful escape by going to the following events:

Apia International Sydney. This is a great event to go to for sports enthusiasts especially for those who love tennis. This is considered to be one of the biggest sports affair listed in the calendar of New South Wales for 2014. Vacationers who plan to witness such an exciting international sports event shouldn’t miss this! This will run from January 5 to January 11, 2014.

The Wall. Forget about hard rock and drink-till-you-drop night parties, this big bass musical celebration shall be the highlight of your night life on the 8th of January. Take a detour from your usual clubbing. It’s about time to listen to the beauty of other music genre.

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Bondi Farmers Market. Enjoy strolling around the market and buying all the fresh produce from the ones who planted and grown the products on January 11, 2014. Fruits, vegetables, jams, organic poultry, dairies, you name it! The farmers have it all for you in a place where freshness is guaranteed.

Hornsby Twilight Markets. This market’s one of a kind because it starts to open at 5pm when the night is beginning to take over. Opening on the 17th of January, Hornsby is a place to find all food organic. Won’t it be a plus factor to know that it’s a child-friendly place because it’s got entertainment especially for kids?

Circus Oz 2014. Cranked Up- If you are a lover of stage shows, then this one’s for you! Satisfy your thrill-seeking spirit with jaw-dropping exhibitions from world-class entertainers. Catch the show from January to January 27, 2014.

Make sure you don’t miss these fun events this month. Also, never forget to serve a sumptuous spitroast to make January a lot more memorable for your friends and family. Order now at South Eastern Sydney Spit Roast Catering

Top Diet Resolutions

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Many people are putting on extra pounds simply because foods are everywhere during the Holiday season. Everyone’s so much into the yummy preparations last Christmas and New Year and with this, who wouldn’t gain a few kilos?

After the binge-eating stage, perhaps the number 1 thing written on almost everyone’s resolution has something to do with their diet. That is clearly ‘undoing’ after eating all the fatty, unhealthy eatables during your Christmas break.
Here is a list of the top diet resolutions you may wish to follow:

Cut on sugar, fats and carbs: This is perhaps the primary step towards not adding up on your weight. These are the main culprits why you are putting on extra pounds fast. Gradually lessen your intake of carb sources like rice for example. If you’re used to 2 cups every meal, make it 1 1/2 then 1 cup and so on.

Indulge on colorful fruits and vegetables: Aside from keeping you full in a healthy way, fruits and veggies can boost your immune system to keep diseases at bay. Choose fruits with deep, bright color like red, orange, and yellow. green-salad

Target that 6-8 hours of sleep: A good diet plan doesn’t revolve around eating alone. Do not deprive yourself of the ideal number of sleeping hours because the more your body gets tired, the more it’ll make-up by eating more and more and more.

Drink a glass of water before you eat: This will help in making you full pretty fast so you do not have to eat so much just so you would feel filled-up.

Loosen up, eat your cravings: It won’t help if you will continually disregard your cravings. Give yourself a ‘cheat day’ where you can eat all your hankerings all day long. But just don’t forget to go back to your healthy diet the day after.

Move it up, Sweat it out: A successful diet for the purpose of losing weight should always (always) be paired with a good exercise routine. Your exercise should not be tough like the ones done by men. Allot 15-30 minutes every day for brisk walking or running. brisk walking in sydney

For some people, they have this sort of “cheat day”. This is a day when they eat whatever they want without restrictions as a reward for a week’s successful diet regimen. However, this should only happen once a week. Otherwise, you’ll be gaining the bulges again. For cheat day, the best dish to indulge with for this one exciting day is spit roast! Agree? If today is your cheat day, better yet call the best South Western Sydney Spit Roast Catering now.

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