We quite often get people ask why their kitchen isn’t installed the next week. While our staff would love to be able to do a quick turn around, quality workmanship takes time. We work with you to ensure your kitchen is exactly what you want. Here’s a timeframe for how long your new project could take.
It may seem like we are spoilt for choice when it comes Whangarei Kitchens. When you do a quick Google search there are far too many results, so what makes Next Edition Kitchens different? We genuinely care about Whangarei Kitchens. Owner, Ryan Bourke, grew up in a small home in Whau Valley. His parents and grandparents also lived in Whangarei homes. The first few pages of the Edmonds cookbook pretty much sums up his entire childhood, spent in Whangarei Kitchens! So it would make sense that his passion lies in Whangarei Kitchen Design.
But Kitchens would be nothing without recipes. Ryan’s wife and business partner Pippa is passionate about good food too, so our blog will feature our favourite recipes- from Next Edition Kitchens to your kitchen!
First up, a new favourite by Nicci Webb from At a Pinch.
Kumara Bacon Salad
Let’s be honest… If something has bacon in it, it’s going to taste pretty damn good, right?!
✔4-5 red Sweetas Kumara (peeled and cubed) …
✔3-4 rashers of bacon
✔Cherry tomatoes, quartered
✔1 red capsicum, finely sliced
✔70g goats feta, cubed
✔large handful of baby spinach, chopped
1) Toss the cubed kumara in a touch of olive oil with salt and pepper. Lay out on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Place in the oven 200C. Bake for 15 minutes.
2) After 15 minutes, lay the bacon rashers on top of the kumara, turn the oven up to 220C. Bake for another 15-20minutes until nice and golden.
3) Let the kumara and bacon, cool a bit; roughly chop the bacon up.
4) Add all the ingredients into a serving bowl, gently toss.