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Spicy Chicken Soft Tacos

Make the most of your next match meat up!

With the World Cup in full swing, you and your friends are probably spending time in each others’ homes to catch the match. Snacking is obviously on the cards, and we think the best snacks are the ones that are easy to prepare, easy to eat, and oh-so-delicious! We spent […]

Cooking boneless chicken

6 ways to make boneless chicken flavour-full!

Boneless chicken is amazing. For one thing, it cooks quickly and is really easy to eat. For another, it is a lean, low-fat source of protein – making it healthy, too. While bone-in chicken is known to be more tender, it’s not the most convenient way to eat meat in […]

meat and seafood pairings

Two To Tango

Pairings with Meats & Seafoods ‘Love me like you do, La La! Love me like you do.’ If Ellie Goulding’s song was not enough to impress your bae, try to woo your beloved in a new way this Valentines. Plan for a meaty and hearty dinner with your loved one. […]

Tips and Treats For An Easy Christmas Table

T’was the night before Christmas. The house was quiet, the precious tree with its twinkling lights was bright and shining, there was red and green decor up in the hall, and the Christmas tree with its decorative charms dancing in the breeze. Everywhere in the home was an expectant sigh, […]

Getting Clay’d-The Story of the Tandoor

Walk into any Indian restaurant, and that unmistakable fragrance wafting off the kitchen hits your nose. All thanks to the humble tandoor-responsible for some of the country’s greatest culinary exports like Tandoori Chicken and Naan to the world! The Tandoor has been mentioned in civilizations as old as the Harappa […]

FeastOfSevenFishes

The Feast of Seven Fishes

Think of a Christmas spread, and imagery of roast duck, chicken, turkey come to mind, along with the season’s must-have desserts for the ones with a sweet tooth! And yes, how could we forget the mulled wine?! But did you know there’s a Christmas tradition in a certain part of […]

I Roast My Case!

I Roast My Case! We can learn to be cooks, but we must be born knowing how to roast-said the French culinary philosopher Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. Closet cooks have famously shied away from Roasting meats. What is it about Roasting that has solicited reactions ranging from fear of the unknown […]

Storing the meat right!

When subjecting meat to the myriad musings on health and nutrition, taste and temperament, it is imperative to understand the various factors that contribute to the final constitution of any good produce. While in effect freshness is a great talking point, when it comes to all categories of meat, we […]