How to cook great summer meals at home and everything you need to get started.
There is no better way to welcome warm weather than a garden party with family and friends, says Tina Parkway. Dis shop in Norfolk. “This season is the perfect time to test your culinary skills, try new recipes and make the most of outdoor dining.”
Below, Tina shares her favorite summer roast chicken and asparagus salad recipe, along with the kitchen essentials you’ll need to prepare it.
1. Herbal scissors
“The secret to good summer cooking is to keep dishes fragrant and refreshing,” says Tina. The easiest way to do this is to use fresh herbs like basil, chives, and lemongrass.
“One of my favorite devices is the A pair of herbal scissors. You can finely chop the herbs to sprinkle on pasta dishes, salads, and chicken.”
“The scissors are light, thin and easy to use,” adds Tina. “The included brush makes cleaning easy, and is useful when preparing a variety of herbs.”
2. Electronic Salter Scale
Useful for both baking and cooking, a electronic scale It can guarantee extreme accuracy, allowing you to easily handle even the most complex recipes.
“You can save on laundry by measuring multiple ingredients in the same bowl,” Tina says. “The scale is easy to use and takes up little space on your counter. This is ideal for efficient food preparation.
3. Kilner storage tractor
Summer is the best time to get busy in the garden. If you grow fruits and vegetables, you can use them to make delicious jams, sauces, and pickles, adding flavor to your breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes.
You can store your pickles in oven pot To make sure it lasts longer and maintains its bold flavor,” suggests Tina.
4. Seal the stainless steel triple layer steamer
“Fresh vegetables are the best side dishes for summer dinners,” adds Tina.
using a Three steamer levels It allows you to prepare several vegetable side dishes at the same time, and hygienically, and without using the entire stove.
Tina reveals that “the steamer works on all stovetops and is dishwasher safe.” “Double-sided handles make it easy to lift each stack, and the bottom of the bowl has a heatproof bottom that can be used as a baking tray to heat the asparagus to perfection.”
5. KitchenAid utensils
One of the most important steps for any budding home chef is to have a well-equipped kitchen.
“Discover what’s new Kitchen Aid Group To discover all the essential utensils, including spoons, gourmet knife blocks, and strainers, you need to try new dishes,” says Tina. “Additions like a small digital timer and prep bowls will help bring recipes to life.”
6. Soft Sheets Sophie Allport Hare
It’s also important to stay safe in the kitchen.
You can find oven mitts, pot handles, tray lids and matching aprons at Sophie Allport mountain range“Attractive bunny and bee designs will add a touch of elegance to your kitchen décor,” says Tina.
For a great outdoor dining table, find napkins and tablecloths with the same print.
“Each item is machine washable at 30 degrees, so it’s easy to keep your laundry fresh,” adds Tina.
7. Pieces from the special Mary Berry collection
Food should not only taste good, but also be appetizing.
“We eat with our eyes, so finding beautiful crockery to serve your food can make your meal even better,” Tina says. “Fine and sophisticated Dinner Service Mary Berry Signature Perfect for everyday use and special occasions.
“Elegant floral and bird design accessories add natural charm to your home and will provide all the pieces you need for a stunning summer feast.”
8. Heirloom Mason Cash Cake Molds
“Silk sponge cake is a great way to complement an outdoor menu and is guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser,” says Tina. “Two of my favorite summertime dishes are strawberry sponge or Elderflower lemon cake.”
To ensure the pastries stay fresh and moist, keep them in place Heritage Mason Cash Cake. The heavy-duty set includes a six-liter and four-liter bin, to fit sweets small and large.
To get your kitchen ready in time for summer, visit aldiss.com Or stop by one of Aldiss’ Norwich or Fakenham stores.
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