First things first: Surprisingly enough I had the best falafel sandwich EVER in Sydney. I know my falafel and I’ve had it from Austria (where Levantine food is especially tasty due to many immigrants from that region) to Egypt, from Syria to Turkey – to meet my master at Sabbaba on Hall Street in Bondi.
The pita bread filled to the brim with the most delicious ingredients was indeed so perfectly flavourful that I was too immersed in relishing every single bite to take a photo of it.
You’ll understand. Continue reading Vegan Sydney →
Arriving in Melbourne in the wee hours of a rainy Friday morning in August we made a beeline to our hotel where we were welcomed with beautifully arranged pastries (not vegan but still a very nice gesture – Mr A enjoyed them) and hot tea while we waited for our room to be ready. Continue reading Vegan Melbourne →
Since my first post of 2018 there hasn’t been much activity on Aliciouslog. As in, I literally haven’t published a single post on this blog. Well, this is about to change. Drumroll, please! Continue reading Aliciouslog is back →
“Let me guess #recipeontheblog ?!” was a friend’s reaction when I first shared a photo on this granola on Instagram.
I laughed it off claiming that, as with most of my cooking, there wasn’t exactly a recipe. In fact, there was no recipe at all. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Nutty granola →
With advent being my favourite time of the year (despite all of its glory happening in the cold season – on this hemisphere at least) I always get excited by the prospect of Christmas. In Austria, Christmas is traditionally celebrated on Christmas Eve when the family gathers around a tree before sharing a special meal. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Our Christmas Eve dinner →
Give me your little finger and I’ll gently tug at your arm.
No, I’m joking. I’ll actually rip it off clean. Continue reading Aliciouswedding: Vegan food fit for a wedding →
For his birthday Mr A had received a voucher for a night at a small B&B in the Gesäuse region, a national park in Styria. My Dad has stayed at the B&B numerous times and had asked the owners if they were willing to provide us with food during our stay. They agreed asking we call them a few days in advance so I could discuss my special request with the chef.
Continue reading Alicioustravels: A long weekend of hiking at Gesäuse →
During autumn and winter curries and stews are staples on our dinner table and barely will a week go by without us having at least one big pot of it (usually with some leftovers for me to take to work the next day – or freeze for later).
However, as soon as it’s warmer we tend to crave raw veg and will often share a huge bowl of salad for dinner. Or have one decent-sized bowl each because neither of us is of the sharing kind when it comes to food.
Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Spicy yellow curry with green beans and black rice →
This Mediterranean raw vegan cashew dip will make you the star at the next barbecue you’re invited to! It’s so creamy you won’t be able to count down from ten until you hear the first “I can’t believe this is vegan”. Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Mediterranean raw vegan cashew dip →
Despite my observation that Colombians seems to derive nearly all of their protein from animal-sources (namely meat and fish), eating vegan in Colombia turned out to be surprisingly easy. And delicious! Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Vegan Caribbean Colombia →