Rachel Khoo


Posted by Rachel

February 18th, 2016

On Khoollect this week…

It’s been all-go this week, as I finally got to share the news that I’m a guest judge on Australia’s popular TV show, My Kitchen Rules. But there’s been a lot of great stuff happening over on Khoollect, too. Take a look at some of my picks below!

Food Editor Frankie Unsworth championed the beauty and flavour of the blood orange with these gluten-free polenta cakes. Perfect for adding a bit of crimson to date night!

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I shared my style pointers on how to get that casual, cosy look just right over the winter months…

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Eggs! They’re a favourite any time of the day, so the team put together some handy tips to perfect that dunk and get the best out of your oeuf at home.

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There were amazing smells coming from Khoollect HQ’s kitchen thanks to a very special visitor – pastry chef, Helen Vass.

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The team also divulged this recipe for Swedish ‘semlor’ buns exclusively to Khoollect newsletter subscribers. If you missed out don’t worry, as there are more exclusive goodies coming soon. Make sure you’re signed up.

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And as always, you can follow what me and the team are doing behind the scenes and be the first to know about exciting news over on Khoollect’s Instagram.

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