Tag: winter

Graupera Tagines

It can be difficult to describe the different results you get from a tagine in comparison to a traditional casserole. Both intensify flavours, but the tagine is particularly adept at preserving texture while still producing tender portions of meat and vegetables. Our Graupera tagines are made to withstand high temperatures for use on the stove top...

Best of the Bazaar

A stroll through a Moroccan bazaar is a beautiful assault on the senses. As the central meeting place of ideas, tools and ingredients it brings together the best of colourful local cuisine with many influences from travels abroad. This is the place to source your tagine essentials. While Sydney might be shy of the local bazaar there are many Austr...

Staub Cast Iron Casseroles

Suitable for all types of cookers, including induction hobs, Staub France create cast iron cookware pieces of exceptional quality. Lesser known than their famous competitor Le Creuset, but equal in craftsmanship and culinary vision, Staub Cast Iron Casseroles possess several key design differences that set them apart from other brands. The Cocotte...

INK by Le Creuset

The beautifully understated Ink range of Le Creuset Cast Iron Casseroles has arrived in store. A graduated midnight blue coating provides a dramatic backdrop to your culinary creations from stove to tabletop. The new Signature features, which include easy-grip, 45% larger handles, enhanced tight-fitting lid, toughened, easy-to-clean enamel interio...

Herbie’s Winter Spice

Winter 2017 is upon us and the time has come for gathering ideas on how to add extra warmth to our recipes. Dried herbs and spices offer us the opportunity to easily incorporate grumbling tum satisfying flavours into our meals. They can also help us to keep things light during a feasting period traditionally characteriSed as being a little on the h...

Recipe: Lamb Balti

The Balti originates from Baltistan in Northern Pakistan where the cuisine style has some similarities with neighbouring China. Traditionally cooked in a round shaped, two handled pan, the Balti Dish or Karahi as it is also known, has a strong passing resemblance to the Wok. This aromatic, quick to cook, medium hot curry is made with lean lamb stri...

Mud Australia Cookware

The beauty of a Mud Australia piece goes beyond its aesthetic appeal. Each piece, regardless of shape, can be safely used to bake your favourite winter treats with fantastic results, thanks to the 1000ºC + firing process. But for more traditional baking tasks mud australia create a range of cookware pieces made for oven-to-table use....

Paddywax Eco Candles

Social responsibility gets a clever, recycled remake with our ECO Green Collection. Featuring upcycled wine bottle containers and smartly designed packaging including exclusive wood veneer tubes. Our ECO Green Collection comes in eight glorious and guiltless fragrances. Bordeaux, Fig & Vetiver The heady aroma of  Bordeaux combined with swee...

Recipe: Creamy Seafood Chowder

This seafood chowder is rich and creamy without being heavy. The use of dulse seaweed adds a smokey flavour and silken texture to the broth. Ingredients: 40g unsalted butter 2 medium onions, peeled and sliced. 1 large leek, finely sliced 600ml fish stock 500ml milk 500g mixed firm white fish - ling, barramundi , salmon,  300g prawns or cla...

Exotic Peppers

Since as early as 1000 B.C. pepper has been the dominant spice on dining tables around the globe. Common black pepper from Karala, India is perhaps the most well known, but there are many other peppers of different geographical origins that bring exciting flavour to your dishes. A brief history: Pepper has been a trade commodity since before the ...