Posts Tagged 'Cooking'

4-Ingredient Christmas Recipes

4-Ingredient Christmas Recipes

If Christmas carols tell us anything, it’s that the festive season is full of cheer. What carolers often fail to mention, however, is that Christmas can also be rather chaotic. Between shopping for the perfect gifts for your family, wrapping said gifts and frantically cleaning your house before the in-laws turn up on your doorstep, there’s almost no time left to cook Christmas dinner.

This Christmas, focus on the things that matter by spending less time in the kitchen and ...

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17 Betta Cooking Hacks

17 Betta Cooking Hacks

According to statistics from 2014, Australians spend an average 6.1 hours a week on cooking and lie within the top 10 countries around the world that spend the most time in their kitchen! One of the fun things about cooking at home is learning new ways to do things, especially when they can save us time. Some things we borrow from professional chefs, others just come down to good old fashioned ingenuity.

These kitchen hacks are designed to make ...

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Get Bready for Australia Day: 4 Baked Treats to Celebrate

Get Bready for Australia Day: 4 Baked Treats to Celebrate

As much as we love a hot day and a great barbie, what would Australia Day be without some baked treats? Iconic Aussie foods like lamingtons, Anzac biscuits and everything below – they all come straight from the oven.

So to help you prepare a spread for the day we celebrate our great land, we’ve picked four of our favourites to spotlight.

If you’re going to make a great dough and rise to the occasion, you’ll need the right tools. If your ...

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Cafe Style Breakfast at Home

Cafe Style Breakfast at Home

Smashed avocado on toast is a deceptively simple café mainstay. What sounds like just two ingredients slapped together has turned into something much more. It’s proper Aussie comfort food, and we’ve exported it to the world (drop into any trendy café in New York or Los Angeles and they’re almost certain to have it on the menu).

The Bread

Your local bakery is your friend. Big supermarkets do stock different kinds of bread beyond the standard sliced loaf, but for all intents ...

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Drinking Your Breakfast: The Betta Guide

Drinking Your Breakfast: The Betta Guide

Let’s admit it: most of us get out of bed a bit later than we should. Because showering and getting dressed are pretty much non-negotiable, the morning necessity that usually gets cut out is a solid breakfast. If you’re lucky, maybe you can cobble something together. If not, it’ll have to be a bacon and egg roll on the road, or worse, skipping the meal altogether.

That’s where drinking your breakfast comes in. It’s nice and convenient and doesn’t require all ...

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Winter Warmers Made Easy

Winter Warmers Made Easy

The winter months bring with them cold and often dreary weather. But, one of the best parts about the season is the chance to enjoy some warming winter favourites. Soups, stews and roasts – who can resist? Of course, standing over the stove is not exactly ideal, so we’ve compiled three of our favourite kitchen appliances for winter.

These kitchen helpers take much of the work off your hands, and eliminate the need to spend hours at work on lunch and ...

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How To Get A Head Start This Christmas

How To Get A Head Start This Christmas

Less than a month to go to Christmas! Not that we’re counting…

Who are we kidding – we absolutely are counting down the days! It’s the most exciting time of the year and, unfortunately, can also be one of the most stressful.

If your family, like many other Australians, does a big Christmas, then you’ll agree that there’s a tiny part buried deep inside of us that shakes a fist at the advent of the festive season.

But it’s nothing that a ...

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How to Have a Healthy Winter

How to Have a Healthy Winter

There are plenty of things to love about winter, but the sniffles definitely isn’t among them! Staying healthy in the colder months is more of a challenge, but there are some very simple ways to give yourself a fighting chance, and to keep the tissue box at bay!

Wash your hands

The simplest tip of all! It stands to reason that if more people get sick in the winter months, there will be more germs flying around. Help stop them by washing ...

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Soup Made Simple With Kambrook

Soup Made Simple With Kambrook

The winter chill is settling in and that means it’s the perfect time for steaming bowls of delicious nourishment. We could almost live off soup alone during the winter months – and clever appliances like Kambrook’s Simple Soup Maker (KBL600) make it even harder to resist doing just that! Today we’re sharing one of our favourite kambrook soup maker recipes with you.

We’re big fans of one pot cooking and Kambrook has taken it to the next level with ...

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How to Reduce Food Waste

Do you find yourself constantly throwing away uneaten leftovers and rotting fruits and vegetables forgotten in the very back of the fridge? There are some simple steps you can take to cut down on your food waste, and flex your creativity while you’re at it!

  • Rather than throwing away those lamb offcuts, trim them, season them and combine them with some chopped vegetables in a slow cooker for a tender stew
  • More often than not food is thrown out because ...
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