Cooking Tips

January 13, 2023

Cake Decorating 101: Tips and Tricks for Creating Beautiful Cakes

Have you ever seen a cake in a shop and wondered if you could make something like that? Only to try and end up with a sloppy mess? Well, you’re not alone. Cake decorating is an art form, and far from easy. It requires a lot of patience, creativity, and technical skill that many spend years learning. Not only do … Read the rest

November 30, 2022

How To Get Inspiration For Your Next Meals

Are you struggling to get some inspiration for meals? A lot of people have this problem, and they end up cooking the same things all of the time. The problem with this is that is gets extremely repetitive, and this can cause you to lose interest in your food altogether. Well, we don’t want that to happen, so we … Read the rest

October 23, 2022

How to get Creative in the Kitchen

We all know that variety is the spice of life, but for many of us, our lives are more bland than spicy. Well, there is one great way to get a little more spice, and that is literally in the kitchen. Getting creative in the kitchen can soon become a passion. It can allow you to explore new foods and … Read the rest

June 21, 2022

A Simple Guide to Bringing The Family Together With Mouthwatering Food

Food is one of the most critical aspects of family life. It brings us together, allows us to celebrate our accomplishments and shared experiences, and provides comfort in difficult times. This guide will discuss how to create delicious and nutritious meals that will bring your family together. We’ll provide tips on planning menus, shopping for ingredients, and preparing meals everyone … Read the rest

April 13, 2022

How to Experiment More With Cooking & Flavors

So you want to start experimenting with food? Cooking without limits means not being afraid of trying new things. It means taking your cooking to the next level. It may seem hard at first, but if you start with small experiments, it will be easier to master. Some people use cooking techniques from other cultures which are not their own … Read the rest

April 12, 2022

Overcoming Home Baking Business Challenges

As an enthusiastic home baker, you may be tempted to operate a home baking business. Indeed, launching a baking business from home may seem like a cost-effective and exciting option to turn your passion for baking into a money-making venture. 

However, it is important to understand that the requirements for a casual baker and those for a baking business — … Read the rest

July 9, 2012

Healthy Eating – Almond Fennel Salad

Recently visited my uncle (a passionate healthy food creator) and had the pleasure of tasting his Almond Fennel salad. Cooked with fresh fennel from his own little herb garden.

He whipped through the making pretty quick and I was struggling to take notes but here was his verbal recipe directions.

Lemon Juice, Oil and Salt into a bowl. Add Pepper.… Read the rest

March 14, 2012

Easy Steps To Planning A Meal

Planning a meal does not have to be hard and you can save a lot of time this way. You will want to follow these steps to help you plan your meals for the family. Of course, this is a fun process and you can get the other family members involved.

Brainstorm your favorite foods.

You will want to make … Read the rest

February 13, 2012

The Delia Effect

The Delia Effect does not just apply to the well known television cook Delia Smith but any of the popular chefs that manage to get record viewing figures for their television programmes. It all started though with Delia Smith, and it was a common occurrence for her to mention something in one of her cooking shows and the result was … Read the rest

December 8, 2011

A Review Of The Philips Air Fryer

The Philips air fryer is a new and ingenious way of frying the food you love but using only a tiny amount of air and oil. We have just bought one and can not believe how good this is and how nice the food tastes.

We read all the reviews on the internet and decided to buy one. You could … Read the rest

November 9, 2011

What Should You Store In Your Cupboard?

There is a list of things that you should store in your cupboard and have at all times. Each is chosen for different reasons, but none is more important than the next. Making sure to always have these things on hand will save you in a pinch or during a disaster, just make sure to never go without these things.… Read the rest

October 8, 2011

Are You Stuck In A Rut With Your Cooking?

We have all been there, when the kids ask what’s for dinner and you tell them, the groans ensue. You can’t really blame them. If you take a good look at what you have been fixing for them to eat and find that you have about 7 different meals that you just continually rotate, then maybe it is time to … Read the rest

July 11, 2011

9 Things To Buy At The Supermarket

Eating healthy is easier than you think. While many people do not have immediate access to a farmer’s market where they can find organic produce, your local grocery store does have many of the things that nutritionists will tell you are good for you. A good rule of thumb is to stick to the outside of the grocery store and … Read the rest

June 17, 2011

In The Heat Of The Kitchen

The exciting, new book by Gordon Ramsay, star of “Hell’s Kitchen,” the hot reality show airing now on Fox. Gordon Ramsay, the temperamental and demanding star of “Hell’s Kitchen,” which is airing on Fox this summer, is known around the world for his culinary expertise.

How does he achieve such success? Ramsay’s brand-new cookbook, In the Heat of the Kitchen, … Read the rest

April 30, 2011

My Love for Free Range Eggs

Nowadays, more and more people want to lead healthy lives by incorporating lifestyle changes. A shift of eating habits poses significant improvement in a person’s overall wellness and health. For example, a lot of us are now keen in eating organic food. And now, free range eggs are slowly gaining popularity among health-conscious people as foods rich in good vitamins … Read the rest

April 22, 2011

The Real Food Handbook: Buying, Storing and Using Ingredients

Most cooks are now emphasizing that it is not complexity that make for great cuisine, but quality of ingredients—sourcing the best produce at the right time of year, getting the best cut of meat and the freshest seafood, the finest oils, vinegars, and spices. This title guides the reader through this area, offering an A-Z of every staple ingredient you
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April 6, 2011

Eating Organic: Making Sure the Food You Are Eating Is Actually Organic

I love eating, travelling and blogging. My love for food does not mean that I just eat anything. I admit that I do enjoy eating different cuisines, but I am quite picky with the ingredients. I make sure that everything in my meal, especially our family meals, are organic. Eating organic food gives me a peace of mind and assurance … Read the rest

March 21, 2011

You Can Now Have 2 Eggs for Breakfast

What is the first thing that comes to your mind once you hear the word “breakfast”? For me, what comes to mind is a plate full of toast, bacon, and scrambled eggs. Eggs have always been a staple to every breakfast meal because they are packed with nutrients and proteins that will help keep your energy levels up during the … Read the rest

March 13, 2011

Forget Fruit and Vegetable Portions and Still Be Healthy

Many dieters believe that consuming five servings or portions of fruits and vegetable each day is the best way to achieve a healthy body. Well, this belief is no longer true because recent studies show that achieving a healthy and disease-resistant body is possible if we consume a minimum of eight servings or portions of fruits and vegetables.

I personally … Read the rest

March 5, 2011

Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escape: 100 Recipes Inspired by Asia. by

On the second leg of his Great Escapes series, Gordon Ramsay sets out to discover the flavours of Asia, on a remarkable journey that leads him through Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia and Vietnam. 100 new recipes are inspired by the tastes and experiences he encounters along the way.

In this book to accompany the TV series, stunning photography and Gordon’s inspirational … Read the rest