Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Festive Season

Festive Season StockFood Feature by Gallo Images Pty Ltd. 
Christmas is just around the corner and now is the time to start planning: Christmas cakes, mince pies, shortbread and biscuits can be baked in advance and stored until needed. Make sure the cookie jars are well stocked so that you can enjoy the holidays and share the love of the festive season.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Daiichi Colour Inc. Montly Promo

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For every 50K accumulated sale, get a raffle ticket and a chance to win a promo pack that includes a salad servers stainless steel, wooden spoon and a chef's apron courtesy of Stockfood the world’s leading food specialist from Munich, Germany. 

This offer is not transferrable or otherwise assignable to any other party. 

Offer cannot be combined with Special Agreements, Subscriptions, Corporate Discounts or other Promotions. 

Promo valid from October 15 to November 15, 2015

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Fast food from the Peruvian coast is conquering the world: "Ceviche" is thinly sliced raw fish marinated in lime juice, flavored with spicy peppers and red onion. The low calorie, protein-rich dish is served with corn and sweet potatoes. Or with white potatoes - after all, the potato originated in Peru - from there the were exported around the globe.

Georgia was considered the culinary paradise of the former Soviet empire. Its Mediterranean climate, vineyards and a sophisticated cuisine have also made it a popular destination in the post Soviet era. Characteristic are the incomparable chutneys and sauces eaten with vegetables and meat. 
"Baji" is made with walnuts and "Tkemali" with Mirabelle plums. Don't miss a chance to try "Chatschapuri," the pizza of the Caucasus consisting of baked flatbread with cheese and a variety of savoury ingredients.

If you like it spicy hot and love soups and fiery pickled vegetables in every possible variation -- you will appreciate Korean cuisine. "Kimchi," fermented Chinese cabbage, similar to sauerkraut, belongs to every Korean meal.