Ireland’s Chef Neven Maquire is caught on camera giving a brilliant testimonial for Thermomix. He has three in his kitchen and tells why.
Thermomix inspired me to start baking bread because Billy came to visit with his new Bimby, wanting to mill flour from organic wheat kernels. What a fun challenge for the two eager newbie Thermomixers that we were! Little did we know…
A popular Thai soup is known for its creamy texture and exquisite balance of aromatic seasonings. See how this easy Thermomix method eliminates the need to pick out stems and leaves while eating. Never buy take-away again!
Short, dark, and handsome. Sometimes, that’s just what you need in a bread! Thermomix helps us make this healthy, good-looking bread, easily.
An improvised salad that was not intended for the blog until Gretchen from Australia saw it on the Bimby Diary page and asked about it — so here we are. Little jewels of color and flavor harken to the land of Ali Baba.
Watch four year old Liam make Chocolate Custard with Johanna Brem. This delightful video does a superb job of introducing the basic functions of Thermomix in a cuddly, yummy way. Eat it up!
Valerie, A Canadian Foodie in Edmonton, does a super job of teaching the basics of making yogurt with Thermomix and THEN she shares her secret technique for making Spicy Yogurt Cheese Balls.
Valerie in Edmonton takes her Thermomix skills to the next level by sharing the secrets of making Marinated Yogurt Cheese Balls – using yogurt cheese made by Thermomix!
This “slideo” (enhanced slideshow) demonstrates a variation on a recipe from the Thermomix “Full Steam Ahead” cookbook. Steamed Salmon Bundles uses the Varoma and the lower bowl simultaneously, for delicious energy-efficient cooking.
Is it true you can peel garlic by Thermomix — or is this a culinary myth? Find out by watching a “slideo” from the home kitchen of our resident blogger and most Frugal Fan.
What did we cook in October 2009? Bacon Popcorn, La Mayonnaise, Basic Bimby Bread, Cheatin’ Pecan Pie… Did Bimby earn its keep? Get a sneak peek at exactly how and how often we use Thermomix at home.
Feel free to use this recipe as a springboard for your culinary creativity. I improvised and didn’t keep precise notes, so treat this as a “suggestion” for your own version of a spirit-warming soup, whenever the need arises.
A deliciously simple recipe that comes with options! Add a Nutella-like ganache for special occasions. Happy Birthday anyone?
Who else uses Thermomix? Take a peek into our gallery of Bimby photos from Thermomix fans around the world. Then add your own photo to the gallery. It’s easy!
My letter to a friend who just bought a Thermomix without the benefit of a hands-on trial (or ever having seen a real live Bimby!). She’s in for a fun time when the box arrives at her farmhouse door this afternoon, so I sent a few tips go get things started…
A fun-filled (and successful!) attempt at making bacon popcorn inspired by a recent blog post at The British Larder. The original recipe calls for Wild Boar Bacon, but we did just fine with the Canadian store-bought option on hand.
Your holiday cooking stress load will be lighter and the meals more memorable when Bimby is part of the menu planning. To get things started we offer these helpful links for impressive, tried and tested holiday recipes:
Check it out so see why ForumThermomix is the most comprehensive website for all things Thermomix in the English language. This busy forum is made up of a stellar bunch of friendly, supportive Australians who…
Watch this short snappy ‘slideo’ for a simple and delicious Thermomix Carrot Soup that is enhanced by the addition of chicken.
Improvised from a recipe of another time and place. I remember it to be so very different from every other tomato soup I had ever loved before. It had a magical effect on all who ate it, and then one day I heard the waitress explain to a customer that it was all…
Herbed Garlic Butter is always readily devoured by friends of all ages at a party or gathering. Start by making your own butter from cream, and you’ll be all the more smug as guests lick their fingers in delight and appreciation.