FourFourSeconds ago, I shared a story on how air fryeries were one of the few remaining venues in Sydney where you could enjoy a decent slice of Australian cuisine in a completely natural environment.
The experience was a bit surreal to me, but it was also a lot of fun, because I could eat a lot more than what I was used to.
After I shared that story, a few readers asked me how they could find air fryery in Sydney.
I have never been to an air fry, and the reason why?
Because I’m a huge fan of cooking, but also a huge lover of the concept of a ‘home cooked meal’.
I know many people who are fans of a restaurant, but I never knew any of them knew about air fry.
So what do you need to know about air-frying?
There are many reasons to love it, but here are five of them:It’s not an indoor foodie event.
It’s not a social gathering.
It doesn’t involve an expensive food service.
It is just a place where you can enjoy air-fried food in an environment where you are free to have a good time.
It’s a way to meet people, not a way for people to interact with each other.
It provides a space for people who want to relax, and a space to meet other people who share your interests and interests in food.
It is not a gimmick.
It isn’t a gimmick for your birthday, or for your annual holiday.
It just happens to be a place to enjoy air fried food.
If you can find air-fired food at your house, that’s awesome.
If not, then there is a place for you.
If there’s not, well, that would be a great place to be.
Air-fryers are a fun, safe, family-friendly way to get in touch with your own inner foodie.
If your favourite food is air-tasted, you can relax in the comfort of your own home, surrounded by your family and friends.
It could be as simple as a slice of air-dried apple or as elaborate as a whole air-flour tortilla.
And if your favourite flavour is fresh, then you’ll be able to enjoy that too.
For more information on air-filled meals, please visit the Aussie Food and Drink Guide.