Food

Oman Byriani recipe

Omani style chicken byriani

Yearning for another bite of unforgettable Muscat, we’re attempting to recreate the dish Raffles most enjoyed on our holiday, an Omani style Chicken Byriani, or ByriOmani (as he calls it). It’s a great dish to add to our repertoire and is reasonably uncomplicated (at least compared to a Souffle). In fact it’s so easy that we […] Read more…

kids sushi recipe

Turning Japanoise // salmon sushi

I often wonder if the crazy kids at Casa Conception (the IVF clinic responsible for the existence of both my beautiful babies) didn’t add a drop or two of some random international DNA in the embryonic cocktail shaker. You know, for shits and giggles. That’s the only explanation I can come up for my four-year […] Read more…

latkes with salmon recipe

Living la vida latke

“Mama, what is a dreidel?” asks Raffles, a little belatedly given that he’s been singing The Dreidel Song on loop for the last several days. Good question, little man, and great timing too as it’s the most dreidelest time of the year. But first a little background. Just like Christmas, Hanukkah – The Jewish Festival […] Read more…

sweet sticky rice

Bodhi Day

  On Bodhi Day, it is a tradition to eat a dish of milk rice to represent the first meal that Sujata, a beautiful girl with a thousand cows, offered to The Buddha after his days of fasting and meditation. As a family who place the wellbeing of their taste buds above all things, and […] Read more…

Bodhi Day Sweet Sticky Rice

Bodhi Day traditions and foods

While ours is not a family of practising Buddhists, we are what I would call Buddhist-curious. My interest is down to my admiration for the philosophy behind Buddhism – showing compassion for other human beings and living in moderation, as well as in the moment. For the children, there’s something about Buddha that they have […] Read more…

kids viking party Pre-school viking hordes

How to throw a kids viking party

My baby boy has just celebrated his fourth birthday in ferocious style at a much pleaded for Viking party. Dreading the thought of making a kids viking party happen (given how few actual Vikings I’m acquainted with to go to for tips and advice) I tried frequent subtle, and not so subtle, hinting to gently […] Read more…

Raffles first souffle

Soufflé au Fromage & Tarte Fine Aux Pommes

Woken by a little voice squealing “Bonjour mama, it’s Paris day”, I am dragged from bed (kicking and screaming) for the can’t possibly be delayed task of looking up France and, more specifically, Paris in an atlas. Marveling at its distance from Australia, Raffles is eager to get started on our “day in Paris” so […] Read more…

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ABOUT US

Hey, I’m Aleney! A mum, award-winning travel writer, magazine editor and gallivanting glutton. He’s Raff, the “boy” in boyeatsworld, and a fearless foodie, adventurer and eco-warrior. Along with his all-singing, all-dancing, all-adventurous sister, Sugarpuff, we’re exploring the world’s colour, culture and cuisine on a food safari for the junior set.

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