Afghani Chicken, Lamb Kebab, Butter Chicken, Royal Goat and Other Curries at Citrus Indian Restaurant, Leeming

Sunday night dinner was at a local Indian place I’d been wanting to try for a while: Citrus Indian Restaurant. Complimentary papadums, $2, arrived. They came warm with a mild, onion chutney.  It wasn’t a busy night. Out of the kitchen came food for the two tables before us and a few UberEats orders. An Continue reading Afghani Chicken, Lamb Kebab, Butter Chicken, Royal Goat and Other Curries at Citrus Indian Restaurant, Leeming

Chairman Mao’s Stew, Sweet & Sour Pork, Peanut Noodles at Chilli Panda, Northbridge

I’ve alluded to it before, but name-dropping where food is concerned gets me every time. It’s appeal through association—and assocation holds great power.  When associations are established, implications of the associations​ become catalysts for decisions and reasons to be persuaded.  Marketeers cash in on human behaviours like this everyday. Chemistwarehouse informs us of David Beckham’s Continue reading Chairman Mao’s Stew, Sweet & Sour Pork, Peanut Noodles at Chilli Panda, Northbridge

Brekky Spiel and the Buffet Brekky at the Atrium, Crown

Going out for brekky needs to become a thing.  I wouldn’t say I’m a brekky person; heck, I hardly ever have it.  But there are just so many great things to love and ponder about breakfast. It’s the meal of versatility—it can be enjoyed as a meal in its own right or quite acceptably as Continue reading Brekky Spiel and the Buffet Brekky at the Atrium, Crown

My Flight Attendant Voice Impression at Kings Park

My recorded version: Meandering Musings Audio: What this fairly grounded human does in her spare time… Flight attendant voice impressions! I’d been thinking of doing this, so have a go I did! An incredible amount of fun it was taking this during lunch. I’d decided a break out of the breakroom was needed. Enthused, I’d Continue reading My Flight Attendant Voice Impression at Kings Park