It’s not until you have or you’re shopping for someone with food intolerance that you realise the importance of a product’s ingredient label. The unrestricted pleasure of taking a product off the shelf – and putting it in the trolley has now gone. Your shopping trolley rules have changed big time! Forget those sexy threeContinue reading “Avoiding the Fourteen Food Allergens”
Most shoppers like to add a little extra flavour by splashing a little red or white wine into their cooking. Often this addition is a splash or glass of wine from an opened bottle or one that’s going to be drunk with that meal. Be careful though…that enthusiastic splash or that ‘throw anything in kitchenContinue reading “Cooking with wine?”
Rice like grapes has thousands of different varieties, but just as with grapes only relatively small number make it onto the supermarket shelves. Indeed like grapes certain types of rice grow better in different parts of the world than others. For example, the chardonnay grape produces its magic in Burgundy, France and the Risotto riceContinue reading “I’m shopping for Risotto Rice – so what’s the difference?”
Get your apron and cook this easy peasy veggie risotto. It will impress the non-veggies too. You can of course substitute any of the non-veggie ingredients that are listed below and achieve a similar tasty result. It takes such little time – so why not cook it!
With all the whispers of a new iPad launching this week, we thought we would give you our own 3 versions of what to do with Apple products: iEat, iBake and……
Cheap European travel and the plethora of cooking programmes have made olive oil a serious alternative to butter and other fats. Supermarkets shelves are always stacked with ten or more different brands or styles. This of course increases when the warmer weather arrives and shoppers are happy to swap gutsy food for lighter salads drizzledContinue reading “The Spring Sun’s out its time to change from butter to olive oil”