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“Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary” – Jim Rohn, entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker
Let us share with you some tips and info on everything under the sky – from party checklists to the latest piece about your favourite wagyu, dry-aged beef, how to cook your steak at home and more! Come on, let’s get ourselves indulged in reading and learning!
FUN IDEAS TO WELCOME THE BRIGHTER 2021
You’re probably ready or can’t wait to say goodbye to 2020, and hopefully , the new year will be bringing brighter days ahead. Whether you’re planning to stay outdoor or spend the New Year’s Eve in the comfort of your own home, you can still celebrate the 365 days that have passed in a joyful way!
HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST STEAK CUT?
When you are walking at the aisle of the butchery or looking at the vast choices of steak in the menu of a steakhouse, choosing the best cut of steak can be quite a daunting task. Here, we will give you three tips to choosing a fine piece of meat.
HERE ARE 5 WAYS TO MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS EXCITING
After a year full of changes and uncertainty, we are sure many will be more excited about the upcoming holiday season than ever before. Of course, the pandemic is far from over, and it’s been a trying year for many. So our classic holiday celebrations might look a little different this year, and that’s OK. Rather than carrying on as normal, this Christmas is a great time to mix things up and try new holiday traditions.
Did you know that there are THREE distinctive different strains of Wagyu Cattle?
These are the Fullblood, Purebred and Crossbred and not all Wagyu Beef is the same. It is important that you know what the differences are in order to get the best out of your wagyu – dining experience, and making sure you get your money worth.
‘Let’s say there’s an event coming up soon, and you wish to grandly celebrate it, with so much love, great company, scrumptious food and wonderful ambiance.
Stuck on what to do first?
Here are 5 tips on how you can make planning (and deciding) much easier:’