Italtile is celebrating their Fabulous Fifty Birthday Promotion in honour of half a century of style with all the kitchen fabulosity you’ll ever need.
Make the most of summer’s bounty with these nifty fruit and veggie kitchen accessories from @home. And don’t forget to visit the MyKitchen magazine shop where you can get a 10% discount when using the voucher code mykitchen at checkout.
While there are many fancy tools and gadgets to use in the kitchen nowadays, there are still a number of old-school essential kitchen items that every household needs.
The occupation of being a chef has been around for hundreds of years but has only become a more renowned and accepted profession in recent years, gaining considerably more respect. But this new-found recognition comes with great responsibilities, not only to clients and staff, but to food and the food industry itself. So what does it mean to run an ethical kitchen, and what does that have to do with you?
Gaining confidence in the kitchen can be quite a tricky business. It may be your kitchen, but who’s to say you’re using it to your full potential? Not everyone likes to cook, it can be stressful and things can get messy quickly. However, if you’re comfortable with your recipes and get to know your own cooking style, things may turn around for you. Here are 3 easy ways to become the master of your kitchen.
We are all about convenience and fun in the kitchen, and certain cooking chores are anything but. There are probably some things you do that you take as standard in food prep, and we do them too because it’s the way people have always done them. Let us help you save time and effort in the kitchen with five super helpful tips and tricks you never thought you needed.
Not everyone considers themselves to be the Jamie Oliver or Nigella Lawson of their kitchen. In fact, some people even wish to avoid the kitchen completely if they can! But despite the opposition, there are times when cooking is inevitable, and there are a few tricks to ease the mind and effort it takes to have dinner ready by hungry o’clock.
If it’s possible to make a mini version, we’ll make it. Whip up these little teatime delights for the whole family this weekend. Our mini drop scones are scrumptious with jam and whipped cream, but they will be just as great with easy savoury fillings like cheese and ham.
As most of you know by now, level 3B water restrictions have been implemented in Cape Town after the dam levels dropped below 40%. And even if you don’t live in the Mother City, it is important for each one of us to be aware of how much of this precious resource we waste. Since you all love to cook as much as we do, we thought we’d dedicate this week’s How To to water saving tips.
You could throw away your fruit and veggie scraps. Or, you could eat them. Seriously. They’re full of vitamins and fibre – and plenty of flavour too.