Our Regional Flavours food tour to Sydney’s southwest market gardens is lovely. One of our stops is at a fig (& prickly pear) farm where we get to explore and experience some absolute delights. There are so many delicious things you can do with figs, savoury or sweet. Even this versatile recipe can be served [...]
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No time to run to the shops before dinner? Try these tips to create a meal from what's at hand - and save time & money. Need some inspiration? Improvise on this dish I made from odds and ends in the fridge and pantry... Continue reading →The post Staring in the Fridge – Recipe: Italian inspired Kale and Pasta Soup (from leftovers) appeared first on VictorsFood Blog.
Why do kids make bad choices when it comes to food? Read about some of the reasons why, and how can you teach kids to love food that is good for them. Continue reading →The post Getting Kids to Love Food That’s Good for Them appeared first on VictorsFood Blog.
Our blogs over the past several months about how "cooking made us human" and how innovation started with cooking have attracted some interest and thoughtful comment. As part of this conversation, we offer the blog below, contributed by Jenni Hogg, presenting a broad view of the importance of cooking and eating together through human history and across cultures. Continue reading →The post Why Cooking and Eating Together Matters appeared...
I?ve started using our client list as a guide for my investing. Why? I?ve noticed that a company being on our client list is a great indicator of their future success? Our cooking team building events are often included as part of company conferences. So I get to see what these companies do and learned a lot about why they are so successful. Continue reading →
Our new vegetarian cooking series has started and the response has been fantastic. I'm having heaps of fun sharing wonderful recipes and tips with some lovely people who are saying fantastic things about the class. While most of you are missing out (though some spaces are still available as at this writing), here is one recipe from the class to inspire you to new heights in vegetarian cooking. Continue reading →
Just because I love brunch, and our friend Carlita wanted something with chocolate...Chocolate Hazelnut French Toast Recipe Continue reading →
I'm getting excited about vegetables at the moment... getting ready for the launch of our new Vegetarian Cooking Class Series and reading some new cookbooks from Yotam Ottolenghi, Deborah Madison, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Richard Landau. But I'm not the only one... To celebrate the launch of our new Vegetarian Cooking Class Series, I'm sharing my recipe for Kale Chips here. Make, enjoy and feel free to share this recipe, and please let...
If your family and friends are anything like mine, they love stuffing! This recipe was born out of the need to make a large quantity of stuffing that was too much to fit inside even a 12kg bird. These loaves Continue reading →
Lately everyone is talking 'innovation', but not many know how to do it. We've had great success using structured team cooking experiences as a way of releasing the natural creatvitity that flourishes through cooking to inspire innovation in teams.... read more Continue reading →
This crispy, crunchy, fresh and zesty salad is so full of texture and flavour it is an instant winner with all of our guests, and because it is so simple to prepare it is a huge favourite for our corporate Continue reading →