Bakery Equipment: A Comparison of the Different Commercial Ovens

If you are planning to open a new bakery, you must acquire the right equipment for your young business. Your choices with regard to the equipment will affect the quality of your products and the general productivity of the operation. The most crucial piece of bakery equipment will be a commercial oven. This will be the central item which will affect the success of your undertaking. Here is a brief comparison of the primary types of ovens to help you identify the right match. Read More 

Reasons Why the Finger Food Catering Craze Is Gaining So Much Enthusiasm

With growing demands for catering today when most people prefer to mingle socially away from their busy professional lives, finger food catering has become the ideal way to make the services possible. As expected, you eat finger food by hand. Therefore, you do not to use knives and forks to enjoy the meal. Finger food catering ideas emanated from the appetizer idea that people are normally served before the meal. Read More 

How To Make Filo Pastry

Your local bakery is the place to go if you enjoy the crispy, paper-thin delight of pastries made from filo pastry.  You can choose from apple strudel, baklava, samosas and even spring rolls, all of which are made using delicious, buttery filo pastry.  However, if you fancy having a go at making your own filo pastry, here's how you do it! Making filo pastry Filo pastry is notoriously tricky to make, but you'll get a great sense of achievement if your DIY attempt is a success. Read More 

3 Tricks To Plan A Fabulous Pizza And Beer Rugby Party With Minimal Effort

Hosting a rugby party is a ton of fun when you get your mates together to cheer for your favourite rugby team. But you're probably worried about the amount of work you'll have to put into throwing it. If you're waiting to see the Wallabies smash their way to a classic victory or if you're simply pepped up for the National Rugby Championship, follow these tricks to plan a fabulous takeaway pizza and beer party with the least effort. Read More 

Dreaming of a Warm Aussie Christmas: Christmas Function Foods that’s Cool

If you are holding a Christmas function over the next few weeks you'll realise that a traditional roast and fruitcake meal sound much less appealing in the warm Australian climate, compared to the cooler Northern hemisphere. If you are looking for some ideas for function food that are festive but not heavy or hot, here are some ideas to get you started. Barbequed turkey While roasting a turkey in the warm weather can see too much as the oven heats the house, shutting the lid of a barbeque can let you slow cook your turkey to perfection. Read More