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Mobile Catering Nowra

Here at A Class Catering we are proud to bring you our Mobile Catering to Nowra and the South Coast of NSW from Wollongong to Jervis bay A Class has been catering to our guests for the past 12 years, award winners we specialize in outdoor and mobile situations, and are happy to talk to you to come up with a idea for your perfect day, we are very aware of your ideas and some of your favorite places may not seem possible, but at A Class we can make the impossible happen it just takes a little time We

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Vegan Vegetarian Wedding Catering

Vegan Vegetarian wedding Catering, A Class Catering are happy to offer you Vegan Vegetarian  Menus, Steve and I are happy to design the right menu for your upcoming Wedding or special event, we also Cater for all food Allergies, Chef Steve can tailor a menu that suits all of your guests, we have catered many Vegan Vegetarian friendly Catering functions, over the last 11 years Why not take a look at a couple of our favourite  courses Mixed Mushroom Rissoto and Grape Salsa or Penne arriabata  These are 3 of our most popular recipes, they are ideal for a Wedding reception please see our link

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Mulled red wine christmas in July

Mulled Red Wine Today I’d like to share a recipe for Mulled Red Wine (gluhwein) But before I get to the recipe I’ll give you some fun facts & history about Mulled Wine. I had my first taste of Mulled Wine in New Zealand at a bar in the 90s at Coronet Peak after a long days skiing & then again in Canada at the Mount Whistler ski resort in British Columbia in 2010. But did you know that it was the ancient Roman’s who first created Mulled Wine when they were conquering Northern Europe & was a way to warm

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Cannellini beans a healthy alternative

“Cannellini Beans” Today I’d like to share some fun facts, health, and nutrition & a recipe using cannellini beans Did you know that cannellini beans originated in South America, most likely in Argentina and Peru & like all beans in South America were exported to Europe in the 15th century by Spanish Explorers? Cannellini beans are a high-quality inexpensive source of protein & nutrition & have become diet staples in many cultures & are widely produced in Asia, Europe & North America. Cannellini beans are related to kidney beans & can also be known as white kidney beans. Eating Cannellini

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Eggplant recipe

EGGPLANT recipe Today I’d like to share some fun facts, history and a recipe for Eggplant. Eggplant as a plant species that is believed to have originated in India where it continues to grow wild & has been cultivated in southern & eastern Asia since prehistory,& has only been first used in Europe in the 16th century when it was introduced by the Arabs when the first trade routes opened up. Did you know that Eggplant cultivation last year was 49.4 million tons with China producing 57%, while India contributes 27% & Egypt, Iran & Turkey the other major producers

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Cooking Ribollita Tuscan soup

RIBOLLITA Cooking Ribollita Tuscan soup recipe Today I’d like to share a recipe for Ribollita pronounced ree-boh-lee-ta which literally means re-boiled. This famous Tuscan soup was originally made by reheating leftover minestrone or vegetable soup & adding chunks of bread,white beans & other vegetables including carrots,zucchini,spinach & cavolo nero(Tuscan cabbage) which is a member of the kale family,if you can’t find or buy cavolo nero you can use cabbage or silverbeet. This recipe for Ribollita serves 6 persons & again a soup that can be prepared & cooked in the slow/cooker & be ready for dinner that night Ingredients 1

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Romantic farm and beach weddings

Romantic farm and beach weddings, have you ever thought of having your wedding reception on a working farm or on a beautiful beach but thought it may be too hard to organize, well why not give Martin & Steve from A Class Catering a Call, we have been looking after bride and Grooms dreams for the last 30 years, Steve and I would be happy to sit down with you both and discuss your ideas, for your big day, having Catered for many weddings over the years we have become very experienced in many types of wedding venues, in some

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Salted caramel golden dumplings

Salted Caramel Golden Dumplings. With the nights getting colder as winter approaches why not try these sweet & salty caramel dumplings,just perfect for a cozy night in. Believe it or not, these little treasures can be cooked in the slow cooker. This recipe serves 4 & are super easy to make 👨‍🍳.. Ingredients (dumplings) 1 cup self-raising flour 2 tablespoons caster sugar 40g butter 1/4 cup milk large pinch of sea salt flakes vanilla ice cream to serve custard to serve Caramel Sauce 3/4 cups golden syrup 1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar 50g butter 3/4 cup thickened cream Method 1

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Health tips & recipe using Celery

CELERY Today I’d like to share a few fun facts, health tips & a recipe using Celery. Celery ?? Mmm well we all know that we use it for cooking in meals such as stews, salads,as a juice,casseroles,soups,as a snack, vegetarian & vegan meals,Asian & European cuisines,but did you know that the first uses of celery date back to 4000 BC & was called ‘Smillage'(wild celery)from archaeological discoveries in the Mediterranean area & was heavily used by the ancient Greeks & ancient Roman’s. Celery was also present in China as early as the 5th century & traces of celery seeds

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Moroccan Beef & Barley Stew

Moroccan Beef & Barley Stew.slow cooked With Autumn in full swing & the nights getting cooler as winter starts rolling around it’s time to start thinking about comfort foods & bring out & dust off the trusty old slow/cooker. So today I’m sharing a recipe for Moroccan Beef & Barley Stew slow cooked which is hearty & filling as well as low in fat & this Moroccan Stew makes the perfect family weekday dinner. This recipe serves 4 Ingredients  3 teaspoons olive oil 600g beef chuck steak, trimmed & cut into 3cm cubes 1 large brown onion peeled & chopped

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