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A Night With Campbell’s Real Soup Bases and Manu Feildel

May 27th, 2015

Manu & Campbell's Real Soup Bases

I had the opportunity to learn a thing or two in the kitchen with one of Australia’s leading chefs – and what a pleasure it was.

Manu Feildel demonstrated in front of an intimate audience how to cook simple and flavour packed soups using the new range of Campbell’s Real Soup Bases. These soup bases are the perfect way to create amazing winter meals.

Real Soup Bases are made using Campbell’s Real Stock infused with the perfect blend of herbs and spices. The bases are designed to save you the time, cost and hassle involved with buying raw ingredients and cooking from scratch yourself.

With Italian, Asian and Moroccan bases in the Campbell’s range, Manu showed us how easy it is to add a few simple ingredients and create a spectacular looking and tasting meal in as little as 30 minutes which I absolutely loved!

On the front of the carton it tells you what ingredients to add, which I find super handy as I get a little overwhelmed when I go to the grocery store, figuring out what ingredients I need to tie a meal together.

After an enjoyable time learning to make 3 of Manu’s delicious winter soups using Campbell’s Real Soup Bases, I feel I can confidently create some delicious, hearty soups this winter!

To get you started, the team at Campbell’s have come up with tonnes of recipes for you to try, including: Moroccan Lamb & Vegetable Soup, Minestrone Soup, Italian Meatball Soup and Thai Sweet Corn & Chicken Soup.
Visit: www.campbellskitchen.com.au to see all the recipes

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EcoChic and Hamimi – Modern Moroccan Creations For All!

July 5th, 2011

These days, everything I look at seems to reflect my plans to Europe, or my past trips – like when I was in Morocco last. And I love it.

It was this gorgeous range of modern Moroccan tables thats caught my wandering eye online. With these, you can spice up your space with contemporary motifs hand painted on traditional forms. Hamimi is a fresh take on Moroccan living, capturing its exotic culture and honouring its traditional craftsmanship.

The Hamimi collection showcases designs amid a mix of hand picked pieces. In an age of mass production, Hamimi focuses on hand crafting objects using traditional methods with a contemporary sensibility.

So where do you buy these? EcoChic, the online shopping emporium for furniture and homewares for the stylish and
eco-conscious consumer. But don’t expect to get these tables right away – EcoChic will begin retailing the fantastic collection of Hamimi Modern Moroccan furniture from August 2011. Not long to go!

Prices: Small Table 35cm deep x 60mm high $390; Medium Table 40cm deep x 50cm high $420; Large Table 60cm deep x 55cm high $540.

www.ecochic.com.au

JING Tea – The Definitive Tea Experience – Great Christmas Gift Idea!

December 9th, 2010

Written by Adrian Erdedi for AdrianErdedi.com

Herbal teas are my absolute favourite little luxury, something that I can just relax with at time poor moments.

Getting the right tea is important. Buying quality makes the biggest difference and since buying JING Tea from the UK, it really is a different tea drinking experience for me.

A couple of months back, I was at The Westin in Sydney and the teas they serve are all supplied by JING. I was so impressed by everything about JING from the packaging to the high quality tea bag, the tea leaves to the taste. A perfect tea experience.

I went to the website www.JingTea.com and discovered an entire tea drinking culture which is accessible to the World.

Everything on the website is available to purchase, and they deliver all over the World. Delivery has always been fast, safe and reliable.

Recently I purchased the beautifully simple JING glass one cup teapot set for myself, which I love because it’s completely made of hand blown glass and is of great quality. It looks great, it’s strong and keeps my tea hot!

I also purchased a range of teas, my favourite is the popular Jasmine Pearls Green Tea. With that, I also get Moroccan Mint and Peppermint, Genmaicha Green Tea and Blackcurrant and Hibiscus. I will eventually get through their enormous range of teas!

The amazing thing about the JING loose leaf tea is that on the packaging of each tea, it has the exact date and city of where each of the leaves were hand picked. It’s amazing to think that the tea you are drinking was only picked and packaged 3 or so week earlier in the Fujian Provence in China – or anywhere else in the world depending on which tea.

The teabags are also something to make particular mention of, and was one of the biggest selling points for me when I first saw the brand at The Westin. They are not made of the typical filthy paper, they are made of a biodegradable nylon mesh which perfectly infuses your tea. Also being a pyramid bag, it allows the tea leaves to move around freely in the bag.

All I can suggest is going to the website and checking out their amazing and enormous range of tea and teaware. The website is easy, informative and you can change it to your currency to tell you the costs of each product.

If you weren’t too sure of what to get someone for Christmas, this is definately the answer – you can never go wrong with a perfectly presented tea.

www.jingtea.com