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.
After attending an inspiring fermenting workshop by Lisa Thornton of Get Cutlured at Kitchen Warehouse in November, I have gone into somewhat of a fermenting frenzy. The class was super informative and Lisa happily answered questions from our band of fermenting wannabes on why previous home brews didn’t work, what a bad bacteria growing on a good bacteria would look like, and whether you could eat too much sauerkraut. Fortunately, fermenting at home is easy, safe, and rewarding, with all the probiotics and bacteria in these superfoods populating and strengthening our gut. Winning!
As the doors of Kitchen Warehouse Melville opened last Thursday night, a swarm of excited female foodies rushed to the front seats in anticipation of acclaimed French chef Guillaume Brahimi’s masterclass. Apparently he is to them as One Direction is to a group of tween girls. Let’s just say the atmosphere was charged.
Fun, cheeky and real, Jody Allen, reveals how to live well on a tight budget.
Kitchen Warehouse is proud to introduce favourite mummy blogger, Stay at Home Mum Jody Allen, author of The $50 Weekly Shop. At this special event Jody will reveal her tips to get your grocery bill way down, and share favourite recipes that embrace her philosophy of eating well on a budget.
We ask 10 outstanding food bloggers to share recipes they learnt from the significant mother in their lives. This nostalgic, thought provoking recipe from Stacey of Veggie Mama Blog is one that has been passed down through generations of Mums and comes from her Nana’s wartime cookbook. She is looking forward to passing this delicious sponge recipe onto her own girls. “I always think about the line of mums who have come before me and what their lives must have been like.”
We ask 10 outstanding food bloggers to share recipes they learnt from the significant mother in their lives. Katherine Beresford of KB Sugarfree’s favourite childhood recipe was Mum’s Carbonara Pasta. Following in her Mum’s footsteps, Katherine has recreated it gluten, dairy and sugar free with her own delicious Vegan White Sauce made from cashew parmesan, coconut milk and potato starch.
We ask 10 outstanding food bloggers to share recipes they learnt from the significant mother in their lives. Emelia Jackson’s Mother’s Day contribution is a twist on her Baba’s favourite recipe. From Northern Greece, Emelia’s grandmother excelled at anything she touched, especially cooking and LOVED all things sweet. She passes along a legacy of resilience and strength to all the women in the family. “I attribute much of my ability and love of food to my beloved Baba”.