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Home Living : January 4th 2011
HLF - HOME LIVING: NORTH WEST, Tuesday, January 4, 2011 1 HOMELIVING More than just a good grilling » ADVERTISING FEATURE WITH outdoor entertaining being a quintessential part of the Australian lifestyle, Electrolux has launched the Electrolux E:Volution Barbecue, just in time for the festive season and school holidays. Electrolux Senior Design Manager Asia Pacific Scott King said most Australians were barbecuing at least two to three times a week at this time of year. To support this trend, the humble barbecue has evolved to deliver the same level of sophistication as we expect from our indoor kitchen appliances. A premium barbecue is a worthwhile investment. Chef, author and barbecue expert Ben ODonoghue encourages all Aussies to be more adventurous with their barbecue cooking this season and to make the most of the technology offered by today's premium barbecues. ''Hosting a barbecue doesn't automatically mean sausages and steak should be on the menu,'' Mr ODonoghue said. ''To impress guests at your next barbecue, experiment with different cuisines, styles and techniques to deliver a memorable meal. ODonoghue's top tips: Keep it simple and do it well Choose one major protein and accompanying vegetables or salads. Preparation and timing is the key to a successful barbecue, so don't try to do too many things at once. Add a theme This can make your barbecue a really memorable and unique occasion. Direct vs indirect grilling Certain cuts of meat are better for specific styles of barbecuing. Indirect grilling is designed for larger or tougher foods that need to be slow-cooked, such as ribs or whole chickens, where the meat is placed next to the hot burners and the hood closed. Do it all from the barbecue Premium barbecues come with many cooking options such as wok side burners, roasting hoods and warming racks so you can cook your entire meal from the barbecue. What to look for in a barbecue Look for size and style to suit your outdoor space, stainless steel exterior for the best durability, variety of cooking style options and split grills for ease of cleaning. ,IC .O # !". 48 HOUR TURN AROUND 2120340i 14/12 Vivo 19" inch LCD TV with built in DVD player with every wardrobe purchased before Christmas. Limited stock available *Conditions apply Christmas Special! P 9756 0235 F 9757 3473 E email@example.com Head Office 1/5 Bond Crescent, Wetherill Park 1300 364 290 Vis i t our Showr oom 361 Pennant Hills Road Pennant Hills NSW 2120 CORNER OF GEORGE STREET OR www.pergolaland.com.au Call Us to arrange a booking with one of our experienced Design Consultants OPEN 7 DAYS: MON - FRI 8:30 - 4:30 SATURDAY 8:30 - 4:00 SUNDAY 10:30 - 4:00 PERGOLAS DECKS OPENING ROOFS CARPORTS The Trusted Outdoor Additions Specialist HIA MASTERBUILDERS ASSOCIATION AUSTRALIA NEWSO U TH WALES LIBER TY PR OC ESS STAB ILITY FIRST INCORPORATED 1873 Master Builders Association Builders Licence: 93536C HIA Gold Member 4577 7474 www.arcticair.com.au 2214208i 7/12 Beat the Summer Heat with a Daikin Ducted or Split System Air Conditioner APOLLO® PATIOS Patios Pergolas Carports Decks Screened & Glass Enclosures 9679 9957 www.apollopatio.com.au Construction by Apollo Additions 166046c * conditions apply *
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