Campfire Lasagna

Campfire Lasagna

Don’t neglect your taste buds when you get back to nature.

Fabulous one pot dishes can make camping a gourmet pleasure, as well as a time to enjoy the great outdoors. Try this recipe for lasagna made simply in your cast iron Dutch oven, using fresh pasta to eliminate the need for boiling first. Keep your culinary standards high with camping equipment from Kitchen Warehouse that will let you enjoy great food and your favourite drinks over the campfire, at the beach or in the bush.
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Cheese Sauce

Cheese Sauce Recipe

A smooth, creamy cheese sauce should be part of every cook’s repertoire so follow these simple instructions to whip up a tasty cheese sauce whenever you need it. You can keep some in the freezer to make a quick, delicious snack or easy dinner in record time. Use your cheese sauce for Cauliflower cheese, Lasagna, Nachos, Macaroni Cheese, Baked Potatoes and Broccoli Cheese – perfect for kids who think greens are out to get them.
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Margarita Recipe

Cocktail Hour: Margarita Recipe

The origins of the Margarita are as cloudy as this exciting, refreshing cocktail itself. We don’t know whether it was ‘Pancho’ Morales who made the first Margarita at Tommy’s Place Bar in 1942 or whether it was invented for Mexican showgirl Rita de la Rosa in 1938 as claimed by Tequila maker Jose Cuervo. One thing we do know, however, is that the time to enjoy an exciting, refreshing Margarita is right now, so pull out your tequila, pop on your Sombrero and get mixing.
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Bloody Mary Recipe

Cocktail Hour: Bloody Mary Recipe

This strong pick me up, a favourite for early evening, has several origin claimants. The earliest is Fernand Petiot who claims to have invented the Bloody Mary in 1921 at the New York Bar in Paris which later became Harry’s New York bar and a frequent haunt of Ernest Hemingway, among others. However Petiot later admitted he had actually refined the original tomato juice and vodka, named and created by comedian George Jessel in 1939 during a visit to the 21 club in New York.
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Espresso Martini

Cocktail Hour: Espresso Martini

Australians have taken the Espresso Martini to heart after it was invented in London in the 1980’s. The story goes that a now-famous model came in to the bar of Dick Bradsell, inventor of other modern classics such as The Bramble. Her request for a particular type of drink resulted in this fabulous cocktail that will both a make a hit and give you a hit. Stock yourself up with all your vital cocktail making equipment at Kitchen Warehouse, including a fantastic range of glasses for all drink occasions. Check out our Cocktail Equipment buying guide and glassware guide for more information.
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