Don’t be discouraged if the first time you made sourdough didn’t make you the greatest home baker.Continue reading “Top 10 Artisan Tips to Sourdough Success”
There’s no denying it. Australians love their pasta. Along with toilet paper, it was the first thing to fly off the shelves in the wake of lockdown panic.Continue reading “How to Make Fresh Handmade Pasta”
In this post, celebrity cook and TV host Justine Schofield shares her easy French-style apple tart tatin recipe cooked using her favourite Tefal Ingenio pan. A sweet dish to enjoy with family and friends, this heavenly apple dessert recipe will be an absolute favourite at home.Continue reading “Apple Tart Tatin Recipe by Justine Schofield”
We know that bees are the amazing creatures behind honey production. Their most important role, however, is to gather pollen and help plants reproduce to bear new fruit. And while we have the bees to thank for their unique pollinating skills, our beekeeping heroes are also busy doing their part to protect their hives.
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Getting tired of the usual dips? It’s time you make this extraordinarily bright beetroot dip with an unforgettable sweet and spicy flavour. This vivid magenta beetroot dip will make your spread pop and add oomph to your crudités, bread, pretzels, or crackers.
The best part is this beetroot dip is a cinch to make with the new Vitamix Ascent blenders. Make it in half an hour and have enough dip to serve two dozen people. That’s how you get the party started!
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Looking for a super indulgent dessert that ticks all the healthy boxes? Is that even possible?
Look no further. The lovely wellness coach Shan Cooper of My Food Religion has us salivating at the mere image of this raw peanut butter slice. It’s got no processed sugar, no flour, no dairy, nothing traditional desserts have, requires no baking, and yet tastes as sinful…but isn’t. This is a wholly vegan and gluten-free recipe with a lot of natural and whole ingredients that are good for you.
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During a recent holiday, my four-year-old son decided to become a vegetarian. We were driving along the beautiful Pacific coast and saw some cows grazing. Somehow it was mentioned that beef comes from cows, which he apparently had no idea of. Then and there he decided not to eat animals anymore. Continue reading “Zoodles and Balsamic Tomatoes Recipe”
Of course carrots are healthy, but did you know you can make them even healthier? Ferment your carrots and transform them into supercharged carrots packed with gut-friendly bacteria.
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Knife Sharpening Workshops Happening now at Kitchen Warehouse
Like most chefs, Bobby Flay believes it is essential to use a sharp knife in the kitchen. “The sharper the knife, the more fluid and precise your work and the less likely you are to get hurt. Dull knives are a danger – they slip far more often.” Kitchen Warehouse offers knife sharpening workshops to teach you the correct techniques to keep your knives blades at peak sharpness and explain which sharpeners are best for you. Find out when the next workshop is happening here.
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