October 11, 2015

4th market milk pan recipe

Warm up your heart and body... 

Wagu (Japanese quality beef mince) meat sauce.

Food can be such an important part of life, you want to make it a pleasure every time you can. 

If cooking for someone you care about, try this: 

We love going to Neat Meat in Ponsonby central, because it's local -  a favourite part of town, The meat there is so fresh, and we're delighted that they have real Wagu beef - quality Japanese beef. 

Get some Wagu beef and ask them to mince it for you... cook your usual bolognese  sauce or make meat patties - both are great for leftovers the next day too. You'll be amazed just how good this is - the taste of mincing quality meat is another flavour altogether... it's juicier too.

 

 

New ! 4th Market products 

4th market is from Mie prefecture, Yokkaichi city which was on the route for traveling Samurai. Merchants settled there about 250 years ago when they discovered the local clay was ideal for pottery. Ceramics from Yokkaichi are now known as Kobanyaki and are much revered in Japan and around the world. 
4th market has founded in 2005 when four companies joined forces to grow their business. Combining younger designers and with traditional craftsmen they create stylish and functional products for modern Japanese use and now have a strong following in Japan of loyal customers.
Available in black and white, these ceramic milk pans are crafted in Mie Prefecture, Japan. Featuring smooth walnut wood handles with a beautiful wooden plug detail attaching the it to the ceramics. 
It’s great for warming up your drinks such as red wine and cinnamon sticks…also ideal for heating a small meals. 
• Not induction system friendly.
• Do not use in an oven.
• Recommend to wash with care by hand with soap, not dishwasher friendly. Dry after wash
• When caring for wood, it’s best not to soak for too long otherwise cracking might appear. 
4th market milk pans available from here - http://aaaselect.co/products/4th-market-milk-pan-th
More their products are panning to arrive An Astute Assembly online store. 
Please keep your eyes out for it ! x