The Danes may do all things hygge to get through long, winter days, but we don’t have to wait for the colder months to start bringing in hygge at home. In fact, hygge can be enjoyed all year round.
Cooking real slow and low is the secret to a perfectly smoked meat. But when adding flavour and enhancing taste and aroma, there are a number of things to consider. From fire control to cooking temperature, types of wood to rubs and sauces, these all affect the end result of your cooking. So before you get smoking and barbecuing, read our guide to help you choose the right type of charcoal, hardwood, and rubs to pack as much flavour into your food as possible. (more…)
Kitchen Warehouse chief executive Peter Macaulay may be one busy man, but he is never too busy to make a tasty dish in his kitchen. When it comes to cooking, Peter likes to keep it simple, nothing too fancy—just like this chimichurri sauce recipe he’s sharing. It’s so easy to make and pairs well with almost anything, it probably won’t last long in your fridge!
Whether you’re thinking of adding a light touch to your summer BBQ or whipping up a quick dinner for the family, you can never go wrong with a simple – but justifiably sumptuous – prawn salad. This prawn, mango and avocado salad recipe has seen a multitude of variations, from the choice of prawns (some even use other seafood, like crab meat or crayfish) to the line-up of fruits and herbs.
Barbecue steak is inarguably one of the most popular and favoured dishes amongst meat lovers. But whilst many can easily indulge themselves in a tender, juicy steak, not everyone has the skill (and yes, the courage) to cook a wonderful steak on the grill. One reason is that cooking the perfect BBQ steak requires some knowledge as well as proper care or handling. After all steaks are made from the more expensive cuts of meat, so the least we’d want is to have an overcooked or burnt steak, which would also mean a waste of money and resources.