Staying on top of pantry storage just makes sense. Getting and staying organised with your food storage means less wastage, easier restocking, and using a greater variety of food items in your cooking. Here are some clever pantry storage tips that will improve the look and feel of one of the most important spaces in your home.(more…)
When it comes to stress-free entertaining, the trick is to not sweat the small stuff when feeding guests. Never lose sight that entertaining at home is about generosity and sharing good company rather than delivering MasterChef dishes for judgement! I’ve put together some wonderful suggestions for spring recipes to help you along.(more…)
Working in the food industry for over 20 years teaches you a few things. One of those things is that the refrigerator is, without a doubt, every cook or chef’s most important equipment. There’s nothing quite as embarrassing as a messy cool room, so you have to learn how to manage fridge organisation fast.(more…)
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.