I wish you all a great and happy New Year, and may all your wishes and desires come true!
This is how the New Year was celebrated in Sydney – over 23 000 fireworks, more than 7 million dollars invested, hundreds of thousands of people… Absolutely spectacular.
Well, the reason I’ve been so quiet past few months is I actually moved from Israel to Sydney, Australia. Yep, the southern hemisphere, the world down under :). Was a bit shaky period, but it’s finally over! This blog is on again, and I will do my best bringing you not only the food related goodies, as I’ve done till now, but also some interesting Ozzy stories about how things are done down here.
One of the biggest benefits in my line of work is travelling. I work for one of the world’s largest IT companies and get to travel about 10-12 times a year all over the world. Vienna was the very first destination I’ve traveled when I joined the company back in year 2000, and ever since each time I arrive there is a thrill. So today I want to share few of my notes in regards to the culinary side of this beautiful city.
Despite the fact this blog will be mainly dedicated to open fire cooking recipes, I will also try to write about interesting culinary experiences around the globe, which I’ve gathered quite a lot in my travels. Today – it is about a unique place, which gives you a chance to experience the genuine fine dining cuisine, but on the kosher side of it. And guess what? It is damn good!