They certainly know how to kick up their heels in Latin America and these delicious cocktails promise to spice up your life, instantly transporting you to your own private fiesta.Continue reading “Peruvian Cocktail Hour”
Get busy making your very own South American inspired sausages, infused with the rich and interesting flavours from the region. And when you’re done it’s time to grill them the traditional way. There’s a reason the Brazilians are famous for their incredible barbecues and now it’s time to find out.Continue reading “Traditional Sausage Making with Latin Flavours”
Add some vibrancy to traditional South American barbecued meats with the addition of tangy, spicy chimichurri.Continue reading “Easy Chimichurri”
Beans are a big part of the Colombian diet and when you try this traditional recipe you’ll understand why many locals eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner.Continue reading “Colombian Style Beans”
Home made corn tortillas teamed with a richly flavoured slow cooked pulled pork is about as close as you can get to Mexican street food without leaving Australia.Continue reading “Authentic Corn Tortillas with Slow Pulled Pork”
An eternal crowd pleaser, guacamole is just as at home served atop nachos as it is as a cheeky snack. It’s surprisingly easy to make and a really healthy alternative to store bought dips.
Get down and dirty with the bold and unmistakable flavours of authentic Argentinian street food by treating yourself to delicious barbecue, chimichurri and empanadas.Continue reading “Argentinian Street Food”
Equally as famous for it’s culinary delights as it is Machu Picchu, visitors to Peru are often seduced by the region’s famous ceviche and incredibly flavourful slow cooked lamb.Continue reading “Food Journey through Peru: Ceviche & Peruvian Slow Cooked Lamb”
Now it is entirely possible to enjoy your own authentic churros, the much-loved deliciously indulgent South American doughnut-like treat, without having to leave home.Continue reading “Churros with Dulce de Leche”
South American fare is on the menu at the Kitchen Warehouse family farm.
Kitchen Warehouse founders Marilyn and John Macaulay have always been struck by wanderlust.Continue reading “Our Latin Table”