Hi! I’m Lauren
I’m a writer, blogger, social media junkie and food addict with a serious jones for all things caffeine. I am practical and impatient but I don’t want to eat anything that doesn’t taste delicious. This, I am determined, is not a contradiction in terms.
Coffee is my passion, I can’t live without it and I wouldn’t want to. Corridor Kitchen contains café reviews centred squarely on coffee, as well as coffee making tutorials and tips for everything from perfecting espresso to filter coffee magic. Hit me up if you have an ace coffee suggestion, I’m forever on the lookout for exceptional coffee.
When moved to Sydney several years ago, I was a student living in a cockroach-riddled terrace with little money and a complete unwillingness to go on the mee goreng diet. I never had money to eat out, but there was always spare change for a coffee. My tiny kitchen was literally a corridor, so I figured that if I could whip up a fabulous meal there, it could be done anywhere. It was only a matter of time before I became a card carrying member of the food/coffee blogosphere.
Corridor Kitchen is a passion project made up entirely of my opinions. It’s where I write about places, products and experiences that I consider worth recommending to my small but loyal readership, and I am rarely at a loss for something to write about. As such, invitations to events or to check out fledgling cafés are more than welcome, but are unlikely to be accepted. Providing a product or service in no way ensures a positive review or any review at all. I do not accept free meals or payment in return for a review on my blog and nor do I write sponsored posts. Neither press releases nor outside copy will be accepted. If in doubt, shoot me an email at: lau[at]corridorkitchen[dot]com
Comments are moderated, mostly due to spam, and correct mistakes- typos, capitalisation and so forth. I approve negative comments, welcome debate, criticism and the whole gamut of p.o.v.’s out there, and I have no problem with a bit of colourful language. I encourage relevant links but don’t allow anything ‘spammy’. And it goes without saying (but I have to say it anyway) that I will not tolerate abuse of any kind, directed either at me or my readers. Comments do not reflect my opinions, nor do I endorse their content.
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Popular posts this month…
- Lau’s Ultimate Corn Fritters and the four fritter truths posted on March 1, 2013
- Review – Philips Saeco Intelia posted on January 10, 2012
- What SHOULD bloggers do? posted on November 15, 2013
- 3 great hole-in-the-wall CBD Cafes posted on April 13, 2012
- Little Indi, Alexandria posted on November 22, 2013
- The quest for Mex part 2 – Feisty Chicken Burritos posted on December 21, 2010
- Peach and Cinnamon Cake
- Three Williams, Redfern
- Need an organised/lazy breakfast? Eat 3-day bircher
- The Christmas Recipe Swap, December 6 2013
- Little Indi, Alexandria
- What SHOULD bloggers do?
- Patricia Coffee Brewers, Melbourne
- 10 Fantastic Fairfield Eats
- Get down to Bao Town
- Got leftover grains? Make Brunch.
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Disclaimer:All opinions in this blog are mine, an everyday, real-life person. I do not accept payment for reviews and nor do I write sponsored posts. I do not endorse the content of the comments herein. From time to time I give away products and experiences to my readers, all competitions have completely arbitrary rules, all decisions are final and all prizes awarded as I see fit.