Aaaaand it’s good to be back with some sort of order, this time in the form of getting the ingredients for 6 meals a week delivered by EveryPlate and me not having to think too much after 5pm. Started Monday with chicken penne since Bruce’s son was over and the pasta usually goes a long way.
Bruce picked the nachos for Wednesday night. Crisped up the tortillas just right in the oven.
I thought I’d try getting a fish since there was one on the regular menu – they’re usually only on the upgrade ones that end up being $10 more for the meal for us two so I don’t. This was butter and garlicky yums.
Yeah, this was good.
Stretched this one by using oven fries that we’ve been trying to clear from the fridge since the kids moved out.
Tatery cottage pie!
And this week:
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Ready to fight for another year, I was priveledged to have lunch wtih Mel, Kristen and Jay from the Antipoverty Centre yesterday when Mel came across from Adelaide for planning with the others. It was her first time in Sydney, so Kristen chose the Harbour View Hotel, under the harbour bridge in The Rocks to give her the ultimate Sydney backdrop for a pub feed and networking lunch.
Jay and I had the Fried Chicken Bacon & Cheese Burger Supreme ($27) – such crispy little fries that I couldn’t stop eating and a great piece of fried chicken. I was SO full but it was so good.
Kristen had the pumpkin ravioli ($34) and also wasn’t able to stop once full.
Mel got the Fish and Chips ($33) which she was able to control herself with, I’m told it was still delish though!
All a bit pricey, but it was good food with a great view and great company. Certainly a treat for some Antipoverty activists!
Harbour View Hotel
18 Lower Fort Street
Dawes Point, NSW, 2000
02 9252 4111