Monthly Archives: April 2015

Give Your Kitchen a New Look with Country Kitchen Accessories

Posted on April 26, 2015 at 2:27 pm

Country-style kitchens are warm and inviting, evoking memories of Grandma’s apple pie. Warm, airy, and inviting, they incorporate natural materials, like wood, and showcase quality craftsmanship to create a uniquely personalized space. Unlike many modern and contemporary kitchens, country kitchens are far from minimalistic. They’re not necessarily cluttered, but they incorporate a variety of visual elements that creates a space that feels distinctly lived-in. Country style kitchen accessories are fun to collect, and you can put all kinds of interesting little elements on display when you’re decorating your kitchen. From hand-carved wood to “Home Sweet Home” cross-stitched wall hangings,

Checkered or gingham prints. Nothing says “country” quote like checkered or gingham fabrics. For a country kitchen, a set of old-fashioned gingham curtains or a checkered tablecloth are great accessories to add that traditional feel.

Light colored wood. Country kitchens use wood extensively, often in light colors that feel decidedly open and inviting. Consider country kitchen accessories like traditional wooden table and chair sets, wooden storage boxes, and carved wood wall hangings. Wooden shelves with cut-outs, like heart shapes, are also useful places for storing your collectibles and kitchen tools. Country-style chairs are often similarly detailed, carved with cutouts and featuring interesting lathing. (more…)

Posted in Catering Accessories

Gordon Ramsay: Revealed how he was served breast milk Mac and Cheese

Posted on April 9, 2015 at 10:32 am

When it comes to exploring new areas in the catering and food industry, some are will to go extreme lengths. Gordon Ramsay is one of those people who are continually wishing to push the boundaries as far out as he can and has perhaps gone a step too far (mainly effecting his credibility) by taking a taste of breast milk that was used to create mac and cheese.

Recent news articles has mentioned how Gordon Ramsay has revealed that he was once served a plate of, according to the celebrity chef, delicious mac and cheese made with human breast milk that was provided by a friend.

The famous 5 Star and well renowned TV chef made the confession during an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden where he was interviewed on the subject as he spoke about the worst meals he has tried.

Posted in Chefs

The most important catering tips that everyone should follow!

Posted on April 3, 2015 at 10:14 am

If you’re looking to start your own catering business, whether your trying to work your way into the corporate or domestic based environment, you should take heed of the following tips below because they could save you going under and manage cash flow much easier, normally two of the most important issues that catering businesses see in the preliminary months of the setting up an organisation.

Follow these steps to the letter and you will be soon to creating a good business.

The first step is to essentially be releastic. All those stock images you see of the happy chef with beautifully clean stainlness steel worktops are just a con and a lie. Catering in laymans terms really isn’t glamourous and it’s extremely hard work and long hours to continuously deliver a quality service. The unfortunate aspect to setting up a catering business it the fact that when others play, you have to work.

Posted in Catering Tips