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Matcha Tea, What is it?

Matcha Tea, What is it?

Matcha tea – literally, “powdered tea” It's the type of Green Tea traditionally whisked with hot water in a bowl to make the frothy beverage used in the Tea Ceremony in Japan. Preparation of matcha tea is the focus of the Japanese tea ceremony and has a long association with Zen. Matcha tea is the only form of tea in which the whole leaf is consumed.
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Menu Planning

Menu Planning

Menu planning can help, not just with making life in the kitchen easier, but with spending, waste and less trips to the supermarket.
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Cooking Oils Infographic

Cooking Oils Infographic

From Almond to Wallnut, just how do you know which one to use?! Well this handy infographic from SheKnows may just help.
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Knife Skills Video.

Knife Skills Video.

Knife Skills Video: 25 Knives, 47 Knife Skills A master chef with impeccable knife skills is presented with a series of knives and shows us what each one is and how to use it. Everything from the traditional chef's knife to the Japanese Santoku to a butter knife.
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  • Matcha Tea, What is it?
    Matcha Tea, What is it?

    Matcha tea – literally, “powdered tea” It's the type of Green Tea traditionally whisked with...

  • Menu Planning
    Menu Planning

    Menu planning can help, not just with making life in the kitchen easier, but with spending, waste and less trips...

  • Cooking Oils Infographic
    Cooking Oils Infographic

    From Almond to Wallnut, just how do you know which one to use?! Well this handy infographic from 

  • Knife Skills Video.
    Knife Skills Video.

    Knife Skills Video: 25 Knives, 47 Knife Skills A master chef with impeccable knife skills is...

  • Bacon A to Z
    Bacon A to Z

    Are you a bacon lover? Here's a list of facts and figures about bacon you can't miss:...

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