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You May Now 'Pick Up' Your Order!

You May Now 'Pick Up' Your Order!

Pick up option is now available! Simply select 'pick up' in the shipment options page, and email us your order number and preferred pick up date/time, we'll then get your order ready for pick up!

Pick Up Address: Room C, 14D, Block 2, Vigor Industrial Building, 49-53 Ta Chuen Ping Street (Please press room C's doorbell once you reach unit D of 14/F🛎)

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An Egg-ceptional Offer

An Egg-ceptional Offer

We know how much you love our eggs, and that's why we're running a 'BUY-1-GET-1-FREE' offer on the FRENZ Size 6 (6 pack), FRENZ Size 7 (10 pack) and Woodland (10 pack) eggs from now on and for a limited time only!

How To Enjoy This Offer?
All you have to do is to add two packs of the same eggs into the cart, and the second pack would be displayed as FREE in your cart!

Delivery Period: From Now Until May 16

Let's Get Egg-cited!
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Easter Appetiser - Deviled Eggs

Easter Appetiser - Deviled Eggs

Try this classic Easter dish!
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How to enjoy your Consumption Vouchers with us?

How to enjoy your Consumption Vouchers with us?

Taking advantage of these consumption voucher offers are easier than it seems! Let's follow the instruction below and get shopping~
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Delivery Arrangements for Ching Ming Festival & Easter 2022

Delivery Arrangements for Ching Ming Festival & Easter 2022

Hi Foodies, due to Ching Ming Festival and Easter public holidays in April 2022, there'll be some special arrangements for our delivery service, please kindly have a look. Thank you for your understanding and support to eat the kiwi.
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The Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey Recipe

The Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey Recipe

We just want to let you know that the turkeys are now available at Eat The Kiwi again! As Thanksgiving approaches, it's time to get ready for the big meal. With the following recipe, we bet all of you can make the most perfect roast turkey for your beloved family!
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Reduce. Reuse. Recycle with Eat The Kiwi’s Cooler Bags!

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle with Eat The Kiwi’s Cooler Bags!

Eat The Kiwi believes in sustainability and so here it is! We’re launching our very first cooler bag recycling project from tomorrow onwards! Each bag will be sterilized before being reused.

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cloudy bay storm clams

cloudy bay storm clams

With Father's Day coming up, we know you're busy trying to brainstorm some of the dishes that Dad (or your husband) might like, so we've decide to take the guesswork out and present you with a few ways to get creative with our steamed Cloudy Bay Storm Clams! Let‘s have a look.
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Cuba Libre for the summer

Cuba Libre for the summer

When we think about our Six Barrel products, we occasionally do get that ‘our hands are tied’ feeling—not because we don’t know what to mix it with; it’s just that there simply are too many options, and that they are all too good to pass on.
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eggs with mussel power.

吃青口長大的走地雞雞蛋

The humble egg is one of the most versatile foods around. Scrambled, poached or fried, used in cakes, muffins or brownie and even raw in a smoothie (for you health nuts out there), it’s safe to say eggs have many, delicious uses.
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3 creative feijoa solutions.

3 creative feijoa solutions.

At this point, it is no secret that a lot of us wait with anticipation for this time every year, as we eagerly reintroduce one of our all time best sellers—the delicious feijoas (or pineapple guava, if you will)!

But how to tell when they are ready to be eaten? For starters, they smell absolutely amazinglike pungent aromatic guava or pineapples!

They will also be a little soft when ripe–similar to avocados. And If they’re still rock hard, simply place them together in a bowl for a day or two. Problem solved :)

Feijoas can be eaten at a tasty snack, though some people may not be the biggest fan of the skin. We love to slice them open and scoop out the fleshas you would with kiwi or passionfruit. Feel free to smash these back to back as Feijoas won't make you sick if you gorge yourself on them!

On that note, we thought it was only fair that we also highlight some of our favourite ways of using them in the kitchen, while they last…

Add Them Into Your Smoothies 

It’s the perfect healthy breakfast you can make at home! To start, have your feijoa chopped and peeled; place the bits and pieces into a blender with some bananas, spinach leaves, and ice cubes.

Once they become smooshy, slowly and gently add your favourite yogurt and milk until it becomes creamy. Don’t forget to top it off with some cereals as well!

Alternatively, you can also pair them with the kiwifruit—adding a little bit of greenery never hurts.

Make Your Own Feijoa Ice Cream (No Fancy Ice-Cream Machine Needed)

With plenty of feijoas that come with your purchase, why let them go to waste?

Just make sure that you freeze them in order to get the ice-creamy texture that isn’t too soft. To firm it up a little bit more, it’s as easy as placing it back in the freezer for another 20-30 minutes!

As a side tip, we recommend pairing it with other tropical fruits, such as avocados, pineapples, or passion fruit.

Have a look at the rest of the recipe here, courtesy of Nadia Lim media.

Adding Them to Your Cocktail

Mix it up with vodka, sugar, and lime! The bearing soft, sweet flesh, and subtle tangy flavour of feijoas are just right for spicing up your afternoon or evening cocktails.

To do this, "simply scoop out the flesh of two feijoas per Caipiroska and whiz in a blender for several seconds. Pour into a glass, add the sugar, squeeze in juice from lime wedges, add the wedges to the mix, then muddle just enough to dissolve the sugar. Add vodka and stir together. Fill another glass completely with crushed ice and strain contents over top. Garnish with a sprig of mint and extra lime if desired." Courtesy of The Denizen.

Have a picture of your DIY feijoa recipe? Post it on social media and tag us @eatthekiwihk!

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oil spray myths, debunked.

oil spray myths, debunked.

Oil—arguably one of the most important ingredients in cooking, and the pantry stable you can hardly live without. As with any cooking spray, or in particular that of Alfa Rice Bran, there are also a few myths about its use and health benefits.

So, we spoke to our in-house expert, Tim, who generously debunked some of the myths and outlined some important tips—from your cooking preference right down to the ingredients you're using—to look out for when you embark on your next tasty adventure in the kitchen. 

Ready to make sure your meal comes out extra delicious? Let’s have a read!

Your Air-Fryer Cooking Essential

Generally speaking, the best oils are high smoke point—or flashpoint—oils that won’t burn at high temperatures. 

Because air fryer cooking has the cooking element/coils close to the food, this gives ways to potential smoking and burning, compromising the taste of your dish.

As a ‘high smoke point’ oil, Rice Bran makes sure that your dish not only can be cooked the way it’s meant to be prepared, it also ensures that it tastes just right!

Low-Fat & Low-Calorie Cooking

Did you know that a one-second spray only contains about 7 calories and 1 gram of fat? In comparison, a tablespoon of butter and olive oil contain over 100 calories and 12 to 14 grams of fat, respectively.

If you are looking for a healthier diet, look no further!

Well, What About Barbecues

Not a problem at all! As you may already know, oil sprays are great for barbecues, and is usually preferred for lubricating your grills prior to cooking!

Just a heads up, never—NEVER—oil the BBQ; oiling the food is more than sufficient.

Keeping Avocados from Browning And Sticky Ingredients from Sticking

Fun fact: spraying an avocado with non-stick cooking spray can create an oxygen-proof barrier. It works—surprise!—better than rubbing on oil or wrapping the avocado with plastic wrap.

And last but not least—cooking spray keeps stubborn, sticky ingredients like honey or peanut butter from sticking to the inside of your favourite measuring cup!

After all, cooking spray is really just a pressurized and watered-down oil. So don’t worry if that’s not your thing, feel free to use olive oil or avocado oil as substitutes—they’re unique in their own ways!

Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @eatthekiwihk!

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