Slow cooked pork with Northern Thai/ Burmese flavours Cooked over 5 hours, the normally intense flavours soften into the meat, developing a rich, warm, caramelised symphony of deliciousness that will strike awe into the hearts of your guests! Again, based on our Red Curry Paste, the preparation is fairly straight forward once you have this sorted. This recipe [...]
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If you're looking for a dish to impress, this one's got it all - the rich, soft flesh of the of duck, sweetness of the rambutans, warmth from the red curry and smoothness with coconut. Cooked for 2 hours until the flesh melts in your mouth, deep, complex flavours develop and elevate this classic thai curry [...]
Hi All! I’ll be posting a series of recipes that are fantastic to make at home as real crowd pleasers, ideal for dinner parties or if you just want to whip out something amazing for the hell of it. In line with everything we do at TC, they’re designed so that even if you’re not an [...]
I’m starting to think about what to have for for our Xmas lunch and the sort of food that works well on a Melbourne summer’s day, whilst not completely turning my back on tradition. I’m not really one for the heavy meats and carby stodge of a Winter Xmas, though I do love the spices, [...]
Trying to find the right team building activity for your group can be hard. Paintballing sounds like fun, unless you’re the one getting pummelled. Escape rooms sound like they’d be pretty motivating, though probably for the wrong reasons. Then there’s all the physical ones like spy chases, blindfold maze, make an egg slingshot out of [...]