If you are passionate about cooking and experimenting in the kitchen like I am, there will be gadgets that you won’t feel confident cooking without.  Below is a list of my favourite kitchen gadgets, some of which you may already have and use, while others may be completely new to you.  I recommend them all to the budding Jamie Olivers and Nigella Lawsons out...

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...