Recently I had the pleasure of attending Blackboard’s Summit 2010 in Cairns (Queensland, Australia). BBSummit 2010 consisted of the Blackboard developers day and following that a two day conference covering a range of topics. The dev day saw a massive turnout this year of ~50 developers from the Asia Pacific region and served as an opportunity to put ideas to the community and get some great networking in with our peers.
Well, to slightly rephrase, why does all the decently PRICED delicious food have to be unhealthy. I mean with all the options of food we have nowadays it seems that if you want to go the healthy option you have to pay a fair premium over the processed equivalent of food.
I only ask this random question as I have once again tipped over the 100KG mark to 102KG and so getting healthy is back on my radar. But after going out for all you can eat today there was just so much yummy (read *unhealthy* food).
Anyhoo, this is just a random thought post… Apologies if you were looking for something more substantial. Hehe perhaps next time.
Quite a while back a friend introduced me to a cuisine that I had never had before. Korean BBQ! Some of you may have seen the places before that have holes in the middle of the tables for them to put a BBQ of some sorts. A lot of places I have seen have gas ones however there is a nice little place in Strathfield (here in Sydney, Australia) that gives you a slab of hot rocks like the ones in the photo to the right.
You then get to order your food and cook it on the table in front of you. The flavours of the cuisine are unique, I do have to admit I loved their rendition of a satay sauce. While it might seem unusual to go to a restaurant to cook for yourself it is great for having a good chat over and the tastes that you can make using the burning coals are beautiful and Smokey.
So next time you are in need of trying a new cuisine, hunt down a local Korean BBQ place for something new and different.
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