1. Freezer Clean Out
If soups, winter warmers and other stockpiled comfort foods are taking up room in your freezer, then the start of spring is a good excuse to reorganise and clean your freezer.
Firstly, fill your sink with warm soapy water. Open the freezer and be brave by throwing out any frostbitten products, out of date products or items that have not been used within a 6-month period. Remove all the remaining frozen products. Pull out drawers and trays and wash them in the sink; leave to drain. Clean the interior of the freezer with a mix of water, 1 teaspoon of white vinegar and dishwasher detergent.
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Team Kitchen Warehouse gets ready to ride for youth!
One of Australia’s premier charity events, the Hawaiian Ride for Youth is held annually to raise funds for Youth Focus. Offering a range of free mental health services, Youth Focus supports young people and their families in overcoming the issues associated with youth suicide, depression and self-harm. Over 100 riders will embark on a gruelling journey of over 700kms from Albany to Perth stopping at high schools along the way to engage students in a conversation about positive mental health. Continue reading “KWH Rides for Youth”
The Kitchen Warehouse community is full of passionate cooks eager to share their baking and cooking know-how. We asked their advice on how to make pavlova and got such a great response.
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You’ve planted your garden and thanks to your green fingers, it produced an abundance of beautiful fruits and vegetables. You eat some, but not sure what to do with the rest? You can freeze some, but there’s another, very rewarding way of storing excess produce: preserving. Continue reading “Preserving”
The perfect container for a variety of homemade gifts is the humble glass jar, which you can use for virtually anything. Continue reading “Gifts in a Jar”
How about trying something different this year and explore typical Christmas cakes from around the world? Continue reading “Festive Christmas Cakes”