Bishop of Ostia + Fickle Mistress photos

Good morning/afternoon everybody! This week, as promised, I have photos to share from the latest food shoot I did for Bishop of Ostia in Brunswick. I think last week I may have made a little mistake and said it was for Pope Joan (the sister restaurant right next door) so my apologies! Luckily for you, I have a bit more information about what’s on offer. Chef Matt Wilkinson has created a delicious “Duck cassoulet of sorts with pressed spiced leg and a Brussels sprout leaves salad“. To compliment these delicious wintery flavours, they’ve matched New Zealand’s Fickle Mistress pinot noir. All throughout the month of July you can order the cassoulet and salad for two with a bottle of wine, all for $70! Err… bargain! I can speak from first hand, it is all delicious.



Last week I also flew down to Tassie for a last minute family trip. It was so good to catch up with everyone, even if it was brief. Some friends of ours from Melbourne just happened to be visiting Hobart at the same time, so we played host; starting with a guided tour of Salamanca market & Battery Point. It was a good excuse to re-explore our hometown.  The beautiful old sandstone buildings of Hobart Town are something you take for granted when growing up. I didn’t have my camera on me at the time but you can check out some of my instagram photos from our trip.

All round it’s been an exhausting couple of days! Due to the last minute Hobart trip, I (unfortunately) don’t have a recipe for you this week, but I do have the photos from last weeks food shoot.  I hope you all have a fantastic week.  ; )

x e.


No recipe this week but it’ll be back to normal next week… promise!

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4 Discussion to this post

  1. Amelia says:

    Those brussel sprouts look delicious!

  2. Gobsmacking photos – would love to come and play assistant for you some time.

    • Emily says:

      Thanks Nic! I usually fly solo but I’ll keep you in mind if I need a helping hand. Thanks for the offer!

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