These individually packed Cape Grim 300g porterhouse steaks from Tasmania are the bomb diggity. They don't look that big when you're hungry but oh man these will definitely satisfy in a big way.
A favourite way to have eggs in Italy is in a tomato sauce/base. Anything can be put in with the eggs, in this case I've used Italian Chipolatas. I've previously used bite sized chunks of chicken, which works just as well. Served with hashbrowns and basil, this made for a delicious high protein breakfast/brunch for two.
As I've got no plans to go to the west coast of the States anytime soon, I decided it'd be worthwhile to test out the In-N-Out Burger re-creation done at SeriousEats. Have any of you tried that recipe out? Let me know how it went in the comments!
Bak Kwa is a sweet pork based snack very much like a jerky. It is commonly eaten in South East Asia from Singapore up to Hong Kong. Here in Sydney, I've seen it sold on a couple of occasions but as per the usual problem of Asian food here, they aren't very good. I've also tasted a few home made versions but likewise, none were any good.