Recipes

How to Cook Frozen Lobster Tails

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Lobster tails make a decadent appetizer or entrée and using frozen tails means you can enjoy them any time of year! For the best texture, it's important to defrost the lobster tails since cooking frozen tails will make tough, chewy lobster. Then, you can broil, grill, or boil them. Mix together butter flavored with herbs or freshly cracked pepper to serve with your lobster tails and enjoy! [Edit]Ingredients [Edit]Boiled Lobster Tails with Pepper Butter 4 defrosted lobster tails 8 tablespoons (112 g) of unsalted butter of lemon juice 1/4 cup (5 g) of chopped fresh parsley 1 teaspoon (5.5 g)...

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Ninja Black Friday deals from $100: Air fryers, multi-cookers, more up to 50% off

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We are tracking some notable Ninja Black Friday kitchenware deals starting from $100. Kohl’s is now offering the Ninja Foodi 6-in-1 Smart XL Indoor Grill with Air Fryer for $186.99 shipped with $45 in kohl’s cash using code THANKS at checkout. Regularly as much as $330 at Kohl’s, this model usually sells in the $280 range at Amazon and is now at the lowest price we can find. In fact, we have never seen this one go for less than $220 at Amazon. This indoor grill sizzles, sears, and can also air fry with an included Foodi Smart Thermometer for...

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Where to get the most delicious burgers in Hong Kong

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From gourmet burgers at glitzy hotel bars to all-American patties at diner-inspired eateries, we’ve tried and tested our way through the most delicious burgers in Hong Kong — these are the ones that are worth the calories. Hong Kong hasn’t always been big on the burger scene, limited to fast food options and with none of the indulgent choices we have now. While there has been a time and place of course for the quick and easy Big Mac, the patty has been reinvented with satisfying alternatives for everyone (yes, vegans too, thanks to Impossible meat and non-meat options). Try...

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Monthly Newsletter – September 2020

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Welcome to Spring – a chance to take a picnic to the park and sit amongst the blossom and daffodils and the next day rug up against the pelting southerly rain! Spring being the season for new beginnings, we launch our exciting new website. We get some sound business tips from our Director of Studies, Ingrid shares her mum’s Swiss Roll recipe and we catch up with one of our NZQA students, Sam. Chef Andy shares some secrets to cook like a pro and we learn about the rather under rated Bay leaf. Ingrid’s Mom’s Swiss Roll My mother was...

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11 Dishes That Everyone Should Know How To Cook

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Learning how to cook has become one of my favourite creative hobbies during my adult life. It has allowed me to experiment with various flavours and cultures in the kitchen, and has granted me the chance to make memories with loved ones. Growing up, my mother did most of the cooking while my dad was the master in the bbq department. Therefore, as time went on I realized how important it was to know basic recipes that can be both fun and delicious to recreate and share with those who have taught me everything I know today. Since many of...

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