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Posted on Nov 15 2013 - 2:12pm by burningsalad
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We live in a very technologically advanced age so it seems fitting that I tell you about some of my favourite smartphone and tablet apps.  As well as recipes from some of the nation’s best loved chefs there is also a cheeky little app for those days when you don’t want to stay in cook and would rather eat out and let someone else worry about the preparation...

Finally, A Meal I Can Be Proud Of! Well folks a few years ago, it happened.  After the disaster that Christmas dinner turned into, you’d think that I would have given up on the whole cooking business.  But, I am not a quitter, so although it was not long before I was planning my next meal.  Admittedly, I started with small lunches and less complicated evening...

As you can guess from the rest of the posts on this blog I spend a lot of time in my kitchen.  I therefore take the look and feel of my kitchen very seriously.  In terms of decorating and design kitchens are a bit of an oddity.  The majority of the kitchens I have been in are either completely bare to allow for easy clean-up or head more into the realms of comedy. ...

There are some ingredients that you can’t make authentic tasting food from a particular region without.  In this post I delve into Spanish cooking and share with you 5 very important ingredients that you should stock up on if you are planning on experimenting with Spanish cooking.  Spanish cooking relies on a lot of tomatoes, eggs, fresh garlic and olive oil...

Much like I covered in my post about Italian food, there are many ingredients that are essential when you are trying to create great tasting food.  With Italian and French it is things like salt, pepper, garlic and olive oil and for Indian cuisine it is herbs.  In this post we will look at some essential ingredients you should have at hand when attempting to make...