Beware! These wings are not for the faint hearted! They are packed full of flavour and are a perfect excuse to treat a special man in your life. That’s right, today we’re cooking DUDE FOOD! Dad’s, hubbys and bro’s will love these, and so will the gals!
You can use whole whicken wings for this recipe, just cut off the tips (save . . . → Read More: Recipe: Beer BBQ wings with ranch sauce, as seen on The Morning Show
Here’s yet another dish from our class at the Sydney Seafood Cooking School… although it’s not made with seafood, it does feature the other Aussie all time favourite – Lamb!
It’s really starting to get hot and the boardies, flip flops, and bbq utensils are starting to come out! It’s a great excuse to get outdoors, enjoy the fresh air, great company . . . → Read More: Recipe: Spied bbq lamb cutlets with grilled eggplant and tahini yoghurt, for Bertolli at Sydney Seafood Cooking School
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Hi Sammy & Bella, Do you have any tips or tricks for cooking chicken breasts so they still remain moist? I enjoy grilling chicken in the oven or on the BBQ for an easy weeknight dinner but often seem to end up with chicken that’s too dry. Any tips most welcome. Thanks . . . → Read More: Expert Questions: How to keep chicken breast moist, as seen on Lifestyle Food
We love, love, love prawns, especially coming into the summer and party season. There are three main reasons why we love prawns, firstly because we have some of the best prawns in the world caught and farmed in Australia, secondly because of their versatility in cooking techniques and flavor pairings, and thirdly because they are just so damn delicious!
One our favourite . . . → Read More: Recipe: Smokey BBQ Prawns with Chimmichurri Sauce, as seen on The Morning Show
As far as traditional Thai desserts go, there are few as authentic and old time as these Pandan Coconut steamed puddings. Served on nearly every street corner and restaurant they are a favourite among Thai people and now me! The subtle balance of sweet and salty, and the lightness of this Thai dessert means its can be enjoyed all day.
A good . . . → Read More: Recipe: Steamed Pandan and Coconut Puddings, as seen on The Morning Show
Her’s another recipe from our cooking class at the Sydney Seafood Cooking School at the famous Sydney fish markets. Salt and pepper squid is a staple at any chinese restaurant, but did you know that its easy to make at home? And it can be healthy too! Bertolli Extra Light olive oil is perfect for this dish, because it’s HOT! not just because . . . → Read More: Recipe: sichuan cuttlefish with chilli bean dipping sauce, for Bertolli at Sydney Seafood Cooking School
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Chicken really does warm the heart and soul, and the smell of a delicious bird roasting fills the home with the most wonderful aromas.
Everyone has their favourite recipe and technique, and just like pizza (and that pesky s-word which doesn’t quite belong here…) it can be said that even . . . → Read More: How To: Cook the perfect roast chook, as seen on Lifestyle Food
Although brownies are a distinctly American tradition, there is no denying their universal appeal. Loved by children and adults alike, they are a café favourite across the world. From Singapore, to Sydney, to Amsterdam you’ll find these deliciously gooey squares of goodness almost everyhere.
So what makes a good brownie? I’ve been busy testing recipes on a very good American friend and . . . → Read More: Recipe: Best Ever Brownies, as seen on The Morning Show
What a day! We recently held a fantastic cooking class at the Sydney Seafood Cooking School at the famous Sydney fish markets. on the menu was, of course loads of seafood, but also lots of Bertolli Olive Oil. We just love olive oil, but a lot of people get confused about which type of olive oil they should use. The idea is to . . . → Read More: Recipe: Kingfish Ceviche, for Bertolli at the Sydney Seafood Cooking School
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I’m hosting a dinner party for 10 people in a few weeks – gulp! I’ve got the main course sorted, but do you have any super-easy finger food or starters you can recommend? Thanks so much!
A cold starter is always a safe bet, especially if you can plate it ahead of time. . . . → Read More: Expert Questions: Ideas for dinner party starters? As seen on Lifestyle Food