Osso buco is a classic Milanese dish of braised veal shanks in a hearty wine- and vegetable-based sauce. The perfect one pot winter warmer.
Cast iron cookware is still a treasured kitchen item. It's durable, retains heat and allows you to use less oil in cooking. Founded in Doncherry, France in 1924 Chasseur is recognised globally for its superior enamel-coated cast iron cookware. Coming in a wide range of sizes, shapes and colours it makes picking your perfect pot hard. But don't fear, we've come to help.
We have been trialing and testing one-pot pasta recipes in our kitchen this week. And wow, we have to say...it will change your life!
Jon Trouillet made his Veal Blanquette in the Peter's Of Kensington kitchen on Saturday 8th June using the beautiful new Peppermint range from Chasseur. Throughout the colder months, Chasseur Round French Ovens are perfect for slow cooking and creating rich deep flavours.
Jon Trouillet made his Poires Belle Helene in the Peter's Of Kensington kitchen on Saturday 8th June using the beautiful new Peppermint range from Chasseur. Learn more about cooking with cast iron here.
This pie will not only looks pretty on the dining table, it is simple to make and delicious to eat!
As the weather cools, our thoughts turn to slow-cooking and heart-warming meals - comfort food which is nurturing and good for you. The tradition of cooking in cast-iron pans dates back centuries and yet it as relevant today as then. Here we take a look at the key benefits of cast-iron cookware from Chasseur of … Continue reading Cooking with Cast-iron
Vive Cooking School - for passionate foodies searching for a deeper connection with how they shop, source, prepare and share food. VIVE is a place to Nourish, Inspire and Share. Vive is located within The Cannery precinct in the Sydney suburb of Rosebery, which also houses the likes of Wholefoods House, Archie Rose Distillery, Black … Continue reading “Vive la Vive!” (Vive Cooking School, that is)