I’ve always been interested in baking. Back in the day when I had no idea what a stand mixer was, I remember spending my weekends baking at home, mixing everything by hand. I used to read the backs of cake mix boxes and would cut out and save those recipes I thought I can do. Some turned out okay. Most were not. But I really like baking and working with the oven so much, I even decided to study it formally.
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When you walk into one of our stores, you are sure to always find something cooking or brewing in our kitchen. And what you might find cooking this time of year are soft, sweet, and freshly baked hot cross buns.
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Not too keen about braving the crowd on Valentine’s Day? We’ve put together an easy and practical three-course menu you can whip up at home for a romantic Valentine dinner or any intimate occasion you don’t want forgotten.
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Stay fresh through the warm season with a thirst-quenching smoothie of fresh fruits you can make with one hand tied behind your back. It’s that easy! Grab some fruits, add a splash of citrus, and let the KitchenAid Diamond Blender do the hard work for you. Without any added sugar and ice, this smoothie is pure fruit goodness. Start off with the recipe below and try your own favourites. We reckon strawberries, avocado, mango, raspberry, coconut, and blackberries are some fruits that will be perfect too.
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Which Dad doesn’t love a hearty fry-up for breakfast, complete with bacon, sausages, eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes, beans, and a nice hot cup of tea? And to make your sausages special for Father’s Day, give the Mad Millie Sausage Making Kit a go. Nothing beats homemade snags after all!
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It’s easy to fall in love with the craft coffee culture as good company and fine coffee gravitate together naturally. The unique and delicate flavours of siphon brewing have been around since the 1800’s and the first patent for this type of machine was in fact registered circa 1830 in Berlin however the glass balloon style was first seen in France.
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Pulled Pork Rolls with KitchenAid
Slow cooked tender pulled pork made in the KitchenAid Multi-Cooker. Simmered slow and at a low temperature and served in a delcious BBQ flavoured sauce.
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An adapted recipe from KitchenAid, perfectly combined in your blender, served warm with an oozing center and topped off with a side of ice-cream!
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An ice cream with a twist on some favourite Aussie flavours. So good you will be eating it straight from the freezer! Made in the KitchenAid Stand Mixer using the ice cream bowl attachment. Continue reading “Ginger and Macadamia Praline Ice Cream”