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One of the many reasons we love to be in the kitchen tool business, is because they enable us to cook up glorious food that we want nothing more than to feed to others. But also because discovering all these new tools, and the many ways in which they can add value to our culinary journeys,… Continue Reading »

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Learning to cook: two community stories to inspire you

As chef Franck Dangereux says: ‘You can really make a difference to your life by eating good food’. We couldn’t agree more and are so chuffed that our Online Cooking Courses are helping people to do this. In our first Learning to Cook...

Top 10 brands couples are adding to their wedding registries

Setting up a registry during the wedding planning process is a great way to make the gift giving and receiving part of the celebration easy and stress free for you and your guests. Then comes the fun part — picking the brands...

Our 8 best recipes of 2015

It’s the start of a new year and we like to take a look back at some of our most popular recipes from 2015. We thought we’d have a look at what you, our community, really loved this past year...

Why I’m doing Christmas differently this year

This is it. That moment when you know you’re about to sit down to write something you’ve been ruminating over for weeks, conceptualising over quiet lunches. I make myself a cup of coffee in preparation. But this time, I add...

Learning to cook: one man’s journey from fed-up to au fait

We began the Online Cooking School with the hope of inspiring home cooks to delve into the art and enjoyment of cooking for family and friends. Food is after all one of the simplest ways to connect. Along the way we’ve heard some incredible...

6 thoughts to inspire change from Pete Evans the Paleo Chef

When you think about it, you really are (quite literally) what you eat, and for whatever that means for you, I’m happy as long as you’re happy. But as I got older, I struggled more and more with a lack of energy,...

Why you might want to consider being a weekday vegetarian

If you had asked me to describe my diet 8 years ago, I would have said, “Meat and three veg, hold the veg”. I was a full-blown carnivore that would eat bacon for breakfast, never miss a steak, and would...

Our 3 most loved cake recipes for the year

Unless you’re a die-hard baker, committing to buying all the ingredients, baking the cake and then praying it’s not a flop can all be a bit intimidating. Much rather just go buy a cake from the local deli, hey? Or,...

Raats Family Wines: taking underdog grapes to centre stage

It’s not often that you get to sit and listen to someone speak about their favoured topic with such an abundance of knowledge and clear passion. However, we here at the Yuppiechef Wine Club were treated to just that when we were visitied...

5 artists find inspiration in the desert and you get a chance to win with gin

They say that you should write drunk and edit sober, and throughout the ages many artists have been inspired by the inhibition-reducing effects of alcohol (admittedly, the edit sober part is key here). In a bid to get some serious...