Win a hamper with everything you need to make a delicious meal at home.
Game Farm is making it easy to cook something new for your family in under 20 minutes with Barbequed Quail Kebabs – find the recipe on our website.
We are giving away five hampers with all the ingredients to create a gourmet-style dinner at home.
To enter, click here and on the Game Farm Facebook page just answer the simple question:
For how long does the Barbecued Quail Kebab recipe recommend cooking?
Each hamper contains:
Game Farm Recipe Book with the Barbecued Quail Kebabs recipe
All the ingredients to make the recipe including Game Farm Quail Breast Fillets
Wine from Nugan Estate – Cookoothama Wine (Red and White)
Golden Ale from Two Birds Brewing
Simply click here to enter.
Promotion starts 01/05/12 to 31/05/12.
Click here for full terms and conditions.
Congratulations to our first winner Christine Lee. We still have another four to give away! Good Luck.
Congratulations to our second winner Sally Bennett. We will soon be delivering your fresh hamper pack. Good Luck to everyone for the remaining three draws.
Did you know that we supply some of Australia’s top restaurants including Tetsuya’s in Sydney, owned and operated by chef Tetsuya Wakuda.
Tetsuya arrived in Sydney in 1982 from Japan and perfected his trade in a number of well-known restaurants before opening his own restaurant, Tetsuya’s, in 1989.
Since then, Tetsuya’s has a won a number of high profile awards, including being named in Restaurant Magazine’s World’s 50 Best Restaurants, from 2002 – 2010. Tetsuya himself has also won recognition as one of the top chefs in the world and was awarded the inaugural Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide People’s Choice for 2011.
Tetsuya’s provides a welcoming and intimate setting for all guests to the Sydney CBD location. The degustation menu at Tetsuya’s is based on the Japanese philosophy of combining natural seasonal flavours with the freshest ingredients and using classic French techniques to create unique and inspiring dishes.
Game Farm’s relationship with Tetsuya dates back to 1983 when Armenio Bento, founder of Game Farm, first met Tetsuya when he was making sushi at Kinsela’s. From this point on they have developed and maintained a strong relationship.
Tetsuya’s restaurants, Tetsuya’s (Sydney) and Waku Ghin (Singapore), use Game Farm’s quail, spatchcock, duck, venison and grass-fed beef.
Tetsuya generously created a Braised Spatchcock with Olives and Capers recipe for us and we are excited to share it with you.
Here is Karl Fraser with Tetsuya at a recent trade show in Singapore.
Have you tried the amazing degustation menu at Tetsuya’s?
Tetsuya’s is open for dinner Tuesday – Friday and for lunch and dinner on Saturday. For more information visit – www.tetsuyas.com
Planning your dinner menu for the upcoming week can be a tricky task and one that takes time and thought. As the days and nights get colder, here is some inspiration for hearty winter meals to warm you up.
Popular winter dishes include soups, stews, casseroles, curries, roasts and stir-fries. An emerging trend we have noticed at Game Farm is the increased popularity of slow cooked winter meals. With a little pre-planning, you can come home to a satisfying meal that takes the rush out of weeknight dinners!
Using the slow cooking method allows your meat to stew and become extremely tender and flavoursome and can be achieved with little effort. It also allows you to experiment with new dishes and combine different flavours that you might otherwise not think to use.
Some handy tips to remember when cooking your next slow cooked meal are:
- Add the seasoning at the beginning of cooking in order to bring out the flavour. You can always adjust towards the end.
- Brown your meat and caramelise your onions before adding to the slow cooker. This will seal the juices and allow a better flavour to come through.
- Use stock instead of water for added flavour.
- Always remember to have a lid on your slow cooked meal or the sauce will evaporate.
Next time you want to slow cook a meal, why not try our Masala Cornfed Chicken Curry – combine the ingredients, set on a low heat and let the flavours work their magic! Your winter night will well and truly be warmed up in the most delicious way!
Cooking with your kids should be fun and enjoyable, BUT can more often than not become a stressful disaster!
It is important to help your kids create their own meals and educate them along the way, so that they develop essential life skills. Next time you and your young ones prepare a meal, remember these helpful hints to make your kitchen a fun and happy one:
Fresh is best. Once your kids taste the intense flavour from fresh products they will continue to crave more.
Educate while you are cooking about where the product comes from and the journey it takes from farm to kitchen.
Be sure to give them responsibilities to ensure they feel apart of the cooking process. This could include washing the vegetables, chopping the vegetables (safely!) and spooning the mixture into tins.
And last, but definitely not least, have fun! When kids cook there is a guaranteed mess so let them enjoy themselves and make sure you embrace the culinary chaos.
Through your encouragement you may just uncover the next Stephanie Alexander or Jamie Oliver in your very own kitchen!
It is sometimes hard to find a recipe that can be cooked by kids for the whole family to enjoy at dinnertime. Next time why not try our Quail wrapped in Prosciutto with Caramelised Golden Shallots and Thyme Jus served with some crunchy potatoes and greens. It’s a modern twist on an Aussie favourite of roast chicken and will introduce the kids to some new flavours.
What have you found works best when cooking with the kids in your household?