During a recent holiday, my four-year-old son decided to become a vegetarian. We were driving along the beautiful Pacific coast and saw some cows grazing. Somehow it was mentioned that beef comes from cows, which he apparently had no idea of. Then and there he decided not to eat animals anymore. (more…)
In a world full of confusing food messages, it is such a relief to find food educators who help us cut through the trends and hype to what really counts in your every day nutritional intake. Throughout February, Kitchen Warehouse is celebrating wellness which is being strongly driven by our wellness warriors who are running a range of workshops around eating for good health. (more…)
Any Turban Chopsticks fan knows their curry pastes are an easy go-to when it comes to whipping up scrumptious curries. In fact, many almost exactly follow the recipe because it’s so quick and delicious. But what you may not realise is Turban Chopsticks’ curry pastes are so much more versatile than your average curry paste jar. They’re little showoffs really.
The history of eating dumplings in China goes back over 18,000 years. Dumplings are a popular dish for Chinese New Year as they are considered lucky. The luckiest dumplings have a large number of pleats – guaranteed by using the Kitchen Warehouse dumpling maker. You can place a white thread or coin in one of the dumplings for extra luck to the person who finds it.
When it comes to unusual smoothie combinations, wellness coach and foodie Shan Cooper of My Food Religion has had her fair share of experiments and successes. This gut-friendly smoothie is one such all-around hit—packed with loads of good stuff (Kombucha! Spinach! Zucchini!), is unbelievably tasty and a cinch to make. Use this bright green smoothie to start your morning right or drink it to cool down on a sizzling summer day.