YOUR COMPANION in
the kitchenlets cook togetherRead the blog
  • Dutch Ovens: The Difference between Cheap and Expensive

    Dutch ovens have been around for a very long time, and have gained in popularity for their versatility and ability to retain and distribute heat evenly during the cooking process. Introduced in the early 1700’s as a cheaper kitchen tool than that of the copper and brass cookware, Dutch ovens made a successful breakthrough as…

  • How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Deep Fat Fryer

    We all can agree that deep fried food is actually quite delicious but it is not always the healthiest option, although some might disagree. Whether it is that Southern deep fried chicken that your grandma makes, or those crispy French fries that you buy at your favourite food stall, deep fat fryers always deliver the…

  • How Long Does Red Wine Really Last?

    Whether it’s a Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon or a Shiraz, red wines have made a name for themselves throughout the globe. With their seductive flavours, red wines are amongst the most desired wines on earth.  Showing off a variety of light or heavy, translucent or deeply coloured wines, the promise of that lingering grape…

  • How to Cook Beef Olives

    Thinly sliced beef, cleverly stuffed with a filling of your choice, rolled up in a blanket and cooked to perfection. Beef olives, have been a frequent guest on the dinner table for centuries. A traditional British dish that has found its way to millions of kitchens throughout the world. Enjoyed by everyone, this flavourful recipe…

More Articles