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Vegetable Spiraliser Recall

17 May 2016

We are conducting a recall of the Wiltshire Vegetable Spiraliser (Item 43538).

At Wiltshire, our paramount goal is to ensure the safety of our consumers.

Defect: There is a weak point in the blade.

Hazard: The weak point in the blade could fatigue and break, posing a potential laceration hazard.

The product was sold in selected Coles stores in the months of April 2016 & May 2016.

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How to make the best scrambled eggs

11 November 2015

Scrambled eggs are often one of the first dishes we learn as a young cook. Fully mastering this fare can be more difficult than it looks. How many times have you hoped to serve fluffy, delicious eggs like those from your local cafe, but you end up with a spongy dry mess? Well, we are here to help. Try these tips to help you master the scramble every time!

Non-stick is key!


Lining a Springform Tin

26 October 2015

Don't fuss when lining the base of a springform tin with baking paper. Tear off a square of baking paper about 10cm larger than the tin, release the outside of the tin, place the paper over the base and then clamp the side of the tin around the base to hold the paper in place. So much quicker than cutting a round to line it and the extra paper hanging out the side will actually give you something to lift the cake off the base once it's cooked.


Why did my cake crack?

22 July 2015

It’s quite normal for most cakes to rise slightly, but if a cake ‘domes’ in the centre and/or cracks significantly, it could be due to one or a combination of the following reasons:


Banana cake - deliciously underrated

02 July 2015

Crowd pleasers like chocolate cake and cheesecake are always going to top the list, but there's nothing like the familiar aroma that fills your home when baking a simple banana cake.

This resourceful baked good finds its base from old ingredients and can be easily adapted to any palate by pairing it with blueberries, chocolate, nutella or coconut.

Still not satisfied by the versatility of this old favourite? Serve it hot with melted butter at breakfast or cold with ice cream for dessert.