Okay, I know what you're thinking. When you hear breakfast cereal, you probably don't imagine fine Italian cuisine. As many DIYers and home chefs have already found out though, this extra added can make a standard meal taste extraordinary. Breakfast cereal can provide both texture and a hint of sweetness to savory dinner recipes and baked goods or delicious desserts. Because there are so many different kinds of cereals out there, you can vary your recipes with almost any variation, experimenting well after the milk in your fridge has reached its expiration date. Once your friends and family find out that you know how to expertly use breakfast cereal in cooking, they're going to be begging you to cook them almost every meal.
Don’t make cleaning harder than it has to be. Kitchen cleaning products should keep soap scum at bay, make your stainless steel perfectly polished, and have your kitchen looking spotless all year round. Unfortunately, there are plenty of products out there that don't work as promised. Thankfully, if you invest your money in the best products, and you’ll be sure to see the best results.
This banana article is an essential part of my “Tropical Fruit Inspiration Series,” which lists the curious things I found out about some of my fave tropical fruits and vegetation. These plants are an endless source of inspiration in my design, in the kitchen, as well as spiritually. Bananas are the tasty, healthy and easy-to-find dessert fruit.
I’ve included this mango article as part of my "Tropical Fruit Inspiration Series," in which I list a number of curious things about some of my favourite tropical fruits and plants. The tropical vegetation is an endless source of inspiration for me, in design, in the kitchen, even spiritually. Sweet mangoes are the all-round fruit we get to eat every day.
I've created this article as part of my Tropical Fruit Inspiration Series, listing a number of curious things about some of my favourite tropical fruits and vegetations. They are my endless source of inspiration for practically anything, from design to culinary, even spiritually. Pineapples are vibrant, fragrant, flavourful, tasty, and fun to look at.
As a huge fan of food, I tend to forget where it originally came from. Such as croissant I always just assumed this was a french food, however, recently, I have learned that it actually originated in Austria. So, naturally, this inspired me to write a list about the foods which came from somewhere else than I had originally thought.
We've all done it. You're at the Supercenter with your kids, their best friends and at least one kid that no one really knows waiting for you to entertain them with after school snacks, a slumber party, or weekend feast. You race down the aisles with visions of the other "resident adult" permitting any number of unacceptable things to occur including a tea party with heirloom china or burning down the house in an attempt to pop popcorn.
Lamb has a long and storied history in many parts of the world, but in North America, it remains vastly underrated and underutilized. If you've never tried lamb before, or if you just want to expand your culinary knowledge of this delicious animal, I encourage you to experiment with these delicious lamb recipes.
Did you know that seaweed is actually a vegetable??
Being a chef is part art, part chemistry, part chaos, and an all-around entirely unique career path. Maybe your friends and family already consider you the resident chef, since you can make something more interesting than pasta with jarred sauce. Maybe you just love messing around in the kitchen, and never follow exactly the same recipe twice. These, and many more, are signs you should be a chef—or at least consider the possibility. After all, though the life and job of a chef can be chaotic, they can also be immensely satisfying. If any of these traits hold true, check out the potential signs and play with the idea of starting your new life in the culinary industry.