Huey's blog

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  • Xmas week

    We are featuring a whole week of Xmas recipes w/c 13 December, including budget and leftovers.


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    Tags: Herald Sun
  • 2011 Logie Awards

    "Huey's Kitchen" is nominated for Most Popular Lifestyle Program in 2011 Logie Awards.

    Get voting please and show your support!

    head to www.tvweek.ninemsn.com.au for details and voting instructions - use the codeword: TV WEEK to go into the draw to win the ultimate VIP experience at the Logies!


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    Tags: TV Week
  • What's on my iPod

    What would be on my iPod, if I had one.

     

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  • Your top 20 most hated foods

    I recently found the attached article in an English magazine and would love to find out what your likes and dislikes are. So, please send me a list of the foods that you hate and would certainly not be demanding as your 'last meal' to info@hueyskitchen.com.au. Of course, you can use the accompanying list as a guideline, but it's not set in concrete and I think vegies should be included as well.

    "I have never liked brocolli. And, now that I'm President, I am not going to eat it ever again!", George Bush.

    I'll report our findings later on down the track.

    cheers,
    Huey

  • Father's Day Special - Kids in the Kitchen

    Calling all dads! Iain Hewitson tells us why Father's Day is the perfect time to introduce kids to cooking.

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    Tags: TV Week
  • Huey's kid in the kitchen

    When Iain "Huey" Hewitson is taking time out from his TV show "Huey's Kitchen", he's happy to let his wife Ruth, or their eight-year-old daughter Charlotte - already a dab hand in the kitchen - prepare a delicious meal.

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    Tags: New Idea
  • Stars and their cars - Iain Hewitson

    Read about Huey and his Mustang from Drive in The Age.

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    Tags: The Age
  • Drying chillies

    Thread the chillies onto a length of strong, white string using a large needle, pushing the needle through the stem of the chillies,  not the flesh. Then hang the string of chillies in a dry, hot room or on the side of a building in the sun.

  • Raw onions

    If you don't like the flavour of raw onions, either soak them in milk for 30 mins before using or put them in a sieve and pour boiling water over the top.
  • Lemongrass

    To prepare lemongrass, remove the rough outer leaves and give the bulb a good whack with the flat side of a meat mallet or large knife to break up the fibres. Then slice it as finely as you can.

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