Five new things to know in Sydney this week – November 11, 2021


Baba’s bag-in-a-bag
Marrickville’s warehouse restaurant, Baba’s Place, showcases Sydney’s suburban kitchens and families who come from all parts of the planet. He just dropped a tote bag, designed by Baba’s creative team, which blurs the line between plastic and canvas: it represents a plastic shopping bag full of groceries one would find. in Sydney’s immigrant household households: Vegeta broth powder, leeks, a can of Aldi soft drink and more. “Bringing these together, we believe, helps tell a story of persistence, nourishment, and creative reimaginings of past lives: from the desires of the homeland to dreams of returning to Baba’s kitchen table,” he explains. ‘team. The bags cost $ 50 – but Baba’s has also teamed up with its neighbors Ooby, so for an additional $ 20 they will deliver a box of food to the Women and Girls Emergency Center.

Smell the burnt Basque cheesecake
Black Cream – known for its magnificent Basque burnt cheesecakes – has released a chocolaty version of its staple, using Gelato Messina couverture chocolate. Black is bold and rich in flavor and adds an extra dimension to the cult cake. It is available in large and mini sizes and will be delivered to your doorstep. Order here from November 12.

Tuesdays supported
Every Tuesday before the Sydney lockdown, CBD bar PS40 handed over its cuisine to emerging and established chefs. Now it’s back, with a roster of chefs cooking up menus of their biggest hits, fun new dishes, or just dishes they want to eat themselves. On November 16, former Chin Chin chef Graeme Hunt returns to the PS40 kitchen. It will serve a four-course menu ($ 65) of dashi butter focaccia; anchovies with bacon jam and fried potato; a tostada with prosciutto and gruyere cheese; and a smoked Wagyu roti with crispy chili. The price includes a cocktail on arrival and you can book through [email protected]

A great birthday party
Café Ashfield Apothecary celebrates its second anniversary. He joins forces with the Single O roaster – which turns 18 – for a joint evening. The cafe will distribute free coffee from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on November 13. And he also worked with Tokyo Lamington to create a unique, one-day lamington: it’s filled with Single O espresso cream and native strawberry gum, and dipped in a white chocolate mocha sauce and toasted coconut. Limited edition products will also be available the same day.

Fresh from the farm
Harris Farm Smart Biscuits have launched Re-purposeful Picks, a line of recycled foods that aims to help tackle Australia’s huge food waste problem. There are more than 30 products in the range; fruits are mixed into smoothies, unsold bread is made into breadcrumbs and garlic bread, and vegetables become salsa verde. Apart from the garlic bread, the products are exclusively available in store.


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