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How to Make DIY Japanese Marinades
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How to Make DIY Japanese Marinades

My top tip is to experiment with flavours to find a combination that works for you. Or try the recipes below and tweak them to suit your own taste.

How To Make Your Own Sushi & Sashimi

By Shimpei HatanakaOn 24 Nov

Sushi and sashimi may look very simple, but a lot of skill goes into this age-old Japanese culinary tradition.

How to Work with Marinades Like a Pro

The easiest way to add an extra layer of flavour to your cuts of beef and lamb before they hit the barbecue is by using a marinade. Here's how to do it right.

How to Make the Perfect Iced Coffee

Iced cold coffee is a favorite in the warmer months, but making it at home can be hit and miss. Check out these tops tips to get it right every time.

Sparkling Wine: A Summer Essential

By David Stevens-Castro & Fran Flynn On 17 Nov

There is a popular misconception that champagne and sparkling wines are only useful for raising a toast or washing down the canapés at a wedding. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

How to Create the Perfect One-Pot Wonder

By Neil MartinOn 2 Jul

Ananas Bar & Brasserie Chef de Cuisine Neil Martin shares his top tips on creating the perfect one-pot wonder.

5 Tips for Creating a Romantic Dinner this Winter

Not the roses and Hallmark cards type? These 5 tips will have you creating a romantic winter dinner, without all the fuss.

How to Make Green Manure

By Paul West On 9 Jun

Paul West shows you a low-cost way to improve the fertility of your soil using organic matter.

How To Build a Recycled Timber Apple Box

By Paul West On 25 May

Transform old timber into a revived, smart-looking apple box so you can collect your seasonal goodies! Follow Paul West's handy How To guide.

WATCH: River Cottage Australia Series 3, Episode 1

EXCLUSIVE: Watch Episode 1 of the brand new series of River Cottage Australia online now!

How To Eat and Cook with Miso!

Miso Soup is a firm favourite in many Japanese restaurants. It’s nutritious, delicious, and warming – so what’s not to love?