Having a cup of tea each day is a staple for many, especially here at MK headquarters. We’re delving into some of the various types of teas you have at home, as well as new ones to try the next time you feel like a change.
In the town of Louisiana in 1868, the first tabasco pepper crop was harvested and used to create the delicious sauce we know today. Presently, TABASCO® is a world-renowned sauce and kitchen condiment with a permanent place in many restaurants and kitchens.
We got together with Chef Alicia Gilliomee from the Capital Hotel School (link to your website) to learn more about using florals in everyday cooking, right in time for summer! Humans have been using florals since they were gatherers; collecting fragrant roots, leaves, seeds for spices and flowers to infuse into potions for medicinal purposes. Florals would also be used for the sheer enjoyment of their flavour, and because these natural beauties have always held some power of adornment.
You head into the fruit aisle and you see bags and bags of them. We thought we’d save you some time so that you can differentiate between the various types and choose the perfect apples for you.
Shyly hiding in the woods or proudly displayed on the shelf, supermarket mushrooms are rich in antioxidants and full of flavour.
You’re tired after a long day at work, the kids are moaning from the backseat and you can already envision the line of pre-dinner shoppers lining the supermarket aisles. Don’t panic! There’s no reason to dread buying groceries! With some clever planning you can be in and out of your local grocery in a flash.
Before we even start, the first thing you need to do is to choose your ingredients wisely. Ditch the prawns and fillet, and focus on economical ingredients that will fill the gap and delight your guests. Go for traditionally cost-effective meat cuts such as silverside, or think outside the box with a pasta buffet. Let’s get started!
One of the most common kitchen items – for very good reason!