21 September 2015

R-A-D-I-O ~ B-Kyu on 2SER!

Who listens to the radio? We do! Not only that, we love to talk about food and the wonderful world of b-kyu eating on 2SER.

We* have been heading into the 2SER studios for some time now, having a chinwag with Mitch on the Weekly Feed. It's become a Friday morning thing this year, much easier than heading in first thing on Monday (hard enough to get up that early, I don't know how they do it). But you don't need to get up early, listen here for all our elegant and sometimes strange ramblings about food across Sydney and a few travel stories thrown in for good measure.

Our latest five minutes of food chatting have included:

Secret Food vans inside Paddy's Markets in Haymarket serving $4.80 meals. We discovered one of the best kept cheap dining food secrets in Haymarket at Jenny and Eddy's food vans.

Mala Tang at Dixon House Food Court. You want spicy soup, pick 'n mix? Get it down here in Dixon House in Sydney's Chinatown.

Mr Bing and the joys of SPAM. While discussing the wonder of the jianbing on City Rd, we segued into a discussion on SPAM. You know you secretly love it, we predict a SPAM renaissance soon.

Northern Chinese and hand made noodles in Burwood. Burwood is ever giving, with many more Chinese noodle shops opening thier doors each time we visit. This beauty does some of the best lamb ribs, dry fried and bone pull apart awesome.

Lao cuisine in the CBD at Nua Lao Thai. You have probably walked past their bain-marie-of-love many times along George Street, but this Lao place offers so much more.

The Multicultural Food Festival in Canberra. Ever think one of the best world food selections in one spot would be in Canberra? Neither did we until we stumbled on the Multicultural Food Festival in February.

We also recommend the highly wonderful Alternative Music Show by Wayne DZ, now on Wednesday nights. Stream it if that's past your bed time and tune in for a mix of psych, punk and rock that will blow your socks off.

You can also support 2SER and independent radio by becoming a sponsor. Most of all, just listen.

* In this case 'we' = Alison. Shawn is a hermit.

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