Share ideas and tips at Epi­cook

Townsville Bulletin - - Taste -

THERE’S a new kitchen hand in town! A new foodie web­site called Epi­cook has been just launched, ded­i­cated to pro­vid­ing hints and tips in the kitchen.

With food shows such as MasterChef, Iron Chef, Ready Steady Cook and My Kitchen Rules top­ping the TV rat­ings in Aus­tralia, it’s clear that Aus­tralian fam­i­lies are in­spired and con­stantly look­ing for help in the kitchen.

And now fam­i­lies can help e a c h o t h e r , w i t h Epi­cook. com. au de­signed to be a con­stant cook­ing tool in the kitchen, shar­ing real cook­ing tips from fam­i­lies across Aus­tralia.

Now a mum of two in Perth can share a per­sonal tip with a grand­mother of four in Bris­bane.

Many of Aus­tralia’s top chefs and per­son­al­i­ties such as Damian Heads of Pony Restau­rant, and Do­minique R i z z o o f R e a d y S t e a d y Cookare on-board, of­fer­ing their ex­pert opin­ion on meal­time suc­cess.

Epi­cook al­lows brows­ing through a va­ri­ety of meal op­tions such as break­fast, lunch, din­ner, kids’ meal tricks and cel­e­bra­tions, al­low­ing you to trans­fer fresh meal tips from one per­son’s kitchen di­rect to yours.

Al­ready thou­sands of Aus­tralians have en­tered their food tips and in­spi­ra­tional ideas, which in­clude hints such as:

• Each month my fam­ily chooses a dif­fer­ent coun­try of the world and I make one or two dishes each week from that coun­try.

• Place an in­verted saucer in your salad bowl, which col­lects any wa­ter and keeps the salad fresher for longer.

For more in­for­ma­tion, tips a n d h i n t s , v i s i t Epi­cook. com. au

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