Cream Supplies

There is no whipping without cream. So where to get your cream supplies?

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Molecular Gastronomy 24 hours

When you need to eat, you need to eat now… that’s why there are plenty of 24hour food delivery services (if you live in a city) — but what about the ingredients that you need for cooking yourself if a pizza on a motoerbike isn;t quite what you’re looking for!

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Wholesale Cream Chargers

Sometimes you need more than one – so maybe you’ll need wholesale cream chargers? But how much is too much?

wholesale cream chargers

wholesale cream chargers

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Voodoo Helicopter?

As I pay and experiment with my voodoo knife block then I also had a look at what other designs Raffaele Iannello had created – I was sort of looking for something that would complement my knife holder – well with a bit research I discovered the voodoo helicopter – actually called the upside-down ceiling fan – but it is also a helipcopter and is rather cool

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More on the Voodoo Knife Block

In the spirit of testing out my voodoo knife block (from here) then I decided to mock-up a potato in the style of a Mr. Potato head

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Chocolate Pancakes with Grapefruit Cream Chargers

If you want to make an impressive dessert to finish a great meal then these tender pancakes filled with chocolate and grapefruits are just the perfect choice! Whilst you wouldn’t obviously think of the grapefruit as your citrus of choice – it does have its reasons to be. For a start it is always a surprise when it used as an ingredient for the very reason you are wondering whether to substitute it right now…

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Voodoo Knife Block

I’ll just stray away from the recipes for a bit to talk about kitchen gadgets. If you aren’t aware of the voodoo knife block then you should be – it’s a kitchen gadget that is both fun and useful. Although to be perfectly frank, the actual quality of the knives is not really up there with a pro-knife set such as global. 

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Pigeon Curry with Sour Lime foam

This recipe is really tasty and can be made really quickly. It also uses ingredients that aren’t that special and allows you to enjoy the taste of the favorite curry every day. You can adjust the spiciness of the curry by choosing the hotness of the paste. The exquisite edge that can be added using your cream chargers and sour lime foam are what sets this one apart. The idea of a whipped cream curry is something novel as is the idea of using pigeon as the main ingredient.

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Cream Chargers to relieve the summer heat!

It’s getting hot – damn hot – so how do we cool ourselves down? Well, the obvious answer would be ice cream but the more sophisticated answer would be whipped cream chargers!

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Cream Chargers – sexy crepes

Red, Red Crepes with creamy raspberry cream cheese

If you want to make a gorgeous-looking breakfast for someone important for you, you can easily do it with some lovely easy-to-make crepes and some frozen raspberries. Such a great breakfast will surely become a tradition for your whole family. Although really it isn’t intended for families but is intended more for the amorous and vigorous on a Sunday when you can eat in bed without worrying about adding any creamy stains to the sheets because they are already there. The real issue will be who has to get up, go downstairs and make the feast for the lucky one that gets to stay cozy!

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Cream Chargers

Possibly an overlooked part of your kitchen gadget collection could well be the cream chargers and dispenser – see creamchargers.org.uk for the full range – on the surface your probably thinking that all they are god for is whipping cream

cream chargers

cream chargers

 

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Butter from Cream Chargers

How to make butter at home – you may think it really isn’t worth the effort but you should at least try it once – just in case oil-shock kills the supermarkets but you still have access to a cow

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Whipped Cream Sans Cream Chargers

A recipe for making the most perfect, light whipped cream. This recipe doesn’t need a cream charger – which could be considered a little bit sacrilegious in some corners of the catering fraternity.

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Outdoor Kitchen Appliances

Outdoors is the new indoors so use this handy guide to alfresco dining to get some fresh air into you!

The summer means only one thing other than whipped cream chargers and strawberries – and that one thing is quite definitely eating out in the breeze. Anyone with access to the outside should be making the most of it right now, when they have the chance.

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Texas shrimp recipe / zucchini stuffed with gulf shrimp and Puttanesca Sauce

The Lone Star state would appear to have  new star – if you like shrimp that is….

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Latin Flavors Food Tour

Go on tour – eat food, can you ask for anything else?

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How to be Happy While Eating Healthy

Eat and be happy!

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Tasting Australia at Adelaide – food and wine festival

Tasting Australia

Everyone loves the taste of Australians – they are sort of bitter but sweet

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Christmas Pudding, a tradition in Merry Old England

“The Pudding…Oh The Pudding”

Christmas Pudding, a tradition in Merry Old England, gained popularity and prestige thanks to Charles Dickens, “A Christmas Carol”. Prior to the Cratchett family’s exultations over the “pudding bubbling away in the copper” as the “finest pudding in all England”, Christmas Pudding was a finale for Christmas feast.

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Grilled Halloumi with Garlic Bread and Fresh Spring Garden Salad

And who doesn’t love squeaky cheese? You can’t beat this grilled Halloumi trest – squeak, squeak..

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Calorie Counters

Energy in vs Energy out – can an equation really be that simple?

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Cooking from Culture to Culture

Culture Clash to Culture fusion – when it works, it really, really works!

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Food for people with Dentures

When you are cooking and eating with dentures – you don’t want to be sustained by baby food – but are there other options?

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Foods That Give You Energy

When you want it fast and you want it hard – then high energy food is for you

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Food and Mental Health

The way into a persons head is through their mouth

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Food to Avoid

When there are too many options and you really, really can’t have it all!

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Foods that enhance sexual desire

Oysters is the obvious choice but it doesn’t always have to be vanilla

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Fresh or Dried Herbs – Vive La Difference

Fresh Herbs For More Intense Flavor
Fresh herbs or dried herbs in cuisine? Fresh herbs make a significant difference in flavor. Fresh herbs such as coriander, dill, tarragon, oregano, basil or rosemary, make any dish more flavorful as a result of a more intense flavor of the herbs used. This is also true of herbs like thyme and sage.

Dried Herbs For Subtle Flavor
Dried herbs add a subtle flavor, depending on the amount used. Chiefly, the use of dried herbs in cooking is to propose a less bland taste to ingredients in any dish. Dried herbs offer a comprehensive means maintaining a supply of herbs for use over a longer period of time. Dried herbs retain subtle flavor longer than fresh herbs retain their intense flavor. Aging of fresh herbs eventually reduces the intensity of the flavor.

It’s important to note that some fresh herbs can be frozen if prepared properly. Freezing fresh herbs, in most cases, retains color as well as fresh flavor. Some of the fresh herbs that freeze well are tarragon, rosemary, dill and thyme. Freezing fresh herbs for up to 2 weeks is a good way of having a ready availability for future use.

A helpful hint for fresh herbs that saves money is to keep fresh herbs in the refrigerator until they begin to lose a shade or two of original color. Then, store in a paper towel and allow to dry naturally in the refrigerator. When the drying process is complete, simply use as you would dried herbs.

Best price for fridges

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If you want to have a healthy diet, you need a good refrigerator and freezer for storage.

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Cooking With Mushrooms

The Smurfs live inside them – we just eat them

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Olive Oil

Healthy Food; Olive Oil, Extra virgin olive oil

cooking with olive oilOlive oil is made from the olive tree, which grows primarily in the Mediterranean. Cooking with olive oil is not only a delicious option, but also a healthy alternative to other oils. Olive oil has a high concentration of monounsaturated fats and anti-oxidative substances. It has been suggested that higher proportions of monounsaturated fats are linked to a reduced risk of coronary artery disease.

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Raw foods

The Fresher, The Better

Raw foods are a great way to get your body into shape and feel your best each and every day. Overly processed foods and those with high starch, salt and sugar can make you feel worse after you eat.

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Seaweed: Nature’s Super Food

Most people consider seaweed to be an ocean plant but nothing could be further from the truth. Seaweed has a vast spectrum of health benefits and is basically a whole food nutrient with huge nutritional benefits.

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The Simplicity of Cooking Italian

Italian cooking Italian cooking contains some of the most delicious food available. Not only is it tasty and delicious, but many dishes are easy to prepare. Italian cooking can be extensive, but also very simple.

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Traditional Ukrainian Food

Ukrainian cuisine has a very rich history and boasts a wide variety of special dishes. Ukrainian recipes show influence from Russia, Germany, Turkey, Poland, and Lithuania. “Soviet” cuisine, or dishes of several origins popular in the USSR, also influenced Ukrainian cooking.

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Food and Wine – Australian Chefs

Australian ChefsStarting in the 1970s, Australian chefs began taking our tastebuds into uncharted territory, providing the talent and inspiration to revolutionise the kitchens of Australian restaurants.

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Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre chef to represent Australia

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Senior Sous Chef, Russell Clarke has been
selected to represent Australia at the world’s most prestigious cooking competition in

Gourmet Australia

Food and Wine – Gourmet luxury

The frequently touted cuisine title of  ‘Modern Australian’ is more likely to include tastes of Asia, Europe and every corner of the world. Eating at our restaurants is part of the Australian experience – the melange of cuisines, the freshest produce and the modern, innovative and distinctly Australian way we serve it up.

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Fruit and Vegetables – infuse some natural goodness

best fruit selection for your healthEveryone knows that fruit and vegetables are important, as essential building blocks of any diet. Not only are they loaded with vitamins and minerals which are essential for healthy living, but they also help fill you up, as part of a balanced diet.

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Kangaroo Recipe Idea

Delicious Tender Kangaroo Steak

Brush the steak with oil and sprinkle with the salt to desired taste. Place the steak on a heated grill or frypan and cook on a medium heat for 4 minutes each side for med-rare. Allow to rest for 5 -10 mins before serving.

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Kuglehupe (Kuglof)

Beautiful food with an ugly name

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Apple Slices ( Kolac od Jabuka)

There is actually more to this than sliced apples – but it’s great with whipped cream chargers

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The Healthy Benefits of Nuts

Generally people think that eating nuts are not good for health because it contains lots of calories and fats. By advanced research in the health sector, the professionals find that the nuts are very beneficial for health of human.

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Sushi

Bring in the Color and Bring in the Healthy Plate

Color influences us daily. We make many choices just based on colors.

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Lamb Recipes: Lamb cutlets

Baby sheep make the tastiest little cute meals..

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Punjena Paprika

No instruction required just throw it all together and then cook

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Dory Fillets

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Europe Favorite: Cevapi

 

Traditional Balkan recipe: cevapi – Grilled rolls of minced beef and lamb, served with chopped fresh onion and ”lepinja”
Ingredients for cevapi :

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Chicken Recipes: Honey Chicken

250 g breast fillets
60 g honey
3 g sesame seeds

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Spaghetti Bolognese

  • 1/2dl olive oil
  • 25g butter
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 stick celery, chopped

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