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​Where can I buy paella equipment for catering in Australia ?

Where can I buy paella equipment for catering in Australia ? In Australia the specialised equipment designed for paella catering is not generally available at your local barbecue store or kitchenware supplier, but rather through niche distributors who know the equipment and understand the needs of commercial users. For commercial paella catering you are looking for equipment that is quality manufactured [...]

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Urban Bounty : Uniquely Tasmanian Paella Catering in Hobart

Hobart is known as the gateway to the finest food and wines that the Isle of Tasmania has to offer.  With the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) attracting visitors from around the world, it has a vibrant art and cultural scene culminating each year with the Festival of Modern Art (FOMA).Urban Bounty, a [...]

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Don't hire a paella gas burner until you read this ..

Planning to hire a paella burner for your paella party ?   Read our checklist of common traps and costs before making a decision. A paella party is such a great experience to share with your family and friends.  Cooking a paella outside with a big group of mates, talking and having fun, and then presenting your [...]

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Should I buy a Paella Burner on a wheelie stand or a steel tripod ?

We get a lot of questions from our customers here at Saffrondust.  We love to hear from you, and we do our best to respond to all messages in 24 hours.One of the questions a lot of our customers ask, is whether they should buy a paella burner on a wheelie stand or on a [...]

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Can I cook with my paella gas burner at the beach or park in Australia ?

There is absolutely nothing better than getting family and friends together at the local beach or park, and firing up the paella burner to cook up a storm.So what are the rules in Australia about taking your paella gas burner to the beach or the local park.Well, generally the answer is yes you can use [...]

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Australian Paella Burner Buying Guide : Buy a geniune Garcima paella gas ring burner from Saffrondust

Paella gas ring burner system buying guide Introducing the Garcima range of paella gas burner cooking systems, now available in Australia through Saffrondust. Garcima is the original Spanish brand, with a 40 year history of manufacturing precision paella cooking systems and kitchenware. Spanish designed and built with the utmost attention to quality and utility, the Garcima brand is synonymous with [...]

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What is the best oil to use in a paella ?

What is the best oil to use in a paella ?To quote a famous paella cook and author Penelope Casas :Olive oil is essential to a paella.  Make sure it is a good one, but you should not use your  best extra virgin olive oil (save that for the sauces and dips and some of the first [...]

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The 2015/16 Saffron Harvest Update

The 2014/15 saffron harvest was a challenging time for the farmers in Iran.  An unexpected cold snap in early November 2014, just as the crocus flowers were starting to bloom, froze many of the bulbs in the ground. Much of the harvest was lost, with yields were well down on expectations as a result of the [...]

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Adventure and Paella in Port Lincoln

After an adrenalin packed day of shark cage diving, swimming with sealions, or surfing some of the amazing beaches that Port Lincoln has to offer, there is nothing better than coming back and relaxing with friends, enjoying a drink and telling stories, and sharing a terrific meal. Well, Robert Forster, owner and manager of the award [...]

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​Can you substitute wine or balsamic vinegar for grape vinegar ?

Can you substitute wine or balsamic vinegar for grape vinegar ?Many recipes call for grape vinegar, but a good grape vinegar can be very hard to find, so can you substitute another vinegar for example wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar for grape vinegar ?To answer this question bluntly, yes, in most cases you can, it will provide the [...]

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