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Pasteis de Nata - Cheating my way back to Portugal

Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 7th July 2014

Mr B and I went on our summer holiday last week. Three days in Lisbon and a couple inland near the Spanish border. I can thoroughly recommend it for sunshine, great scenery, lovely people, good food and a slower pace.  If are planning on going to Portugal, do get in touch through and I’ll write you a list...


Keeping Cool this Summer

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Sunday, 22nd June 2014

With any luck, we’re in for a good summer this year and after the dreadful winter it can’t come soon enough. There’s nothing quite like firing up the barbecue and eating alfresco in the garden but as well as feeling the heat, it’s also important to cool down as well. Whether it’s just you and the family or you’re planning some serious entertaining this season, make sure you have the right appliances to keep your food fresh and drinks chilled to perfection.


World Cup food

Posted by James McIntosh Thursday, 12th June 2014

I'm sure I don't stand alone when I say how much I love the summer. Quite simply there is just so much more one can do!  The days of sitting inside self-diagnosing S.A.D. have gone and it's a good time to have friends over.


Great Nanna’s Favourite Barbecue Sauce

Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 2nd June 2014

I am about to entrust you with something very special. I think every family has its own recipes that are handed down and have a special place in our hearts. My childhood memories of Barbecues revolve largely around excessive amounts of chicken wings in sticky chinese sauce, Spanish tortilla, rice and sweetcorn salad and this Barbecue sauce. I even have a dim recollection of mixing this sauce with the aforementioned rice and sweetcorn as a way of having more. That may be well a figment of halcyon-hazed memory, but it gives you some idea of the place that this sauce has in my heart. So, I pass this on to you in the hope that it will grace many-an indoor or outdoor Barbecue this summer and cause many-a tomatoey smile. It would make a great gift to take with you to someone else’s Barbecue.

Mum says she’ll collect the royalties at a later date. 


Foodies Festival Clapham Common

Posted by Chefs on Stage Thursday, 12th June 2014

Foodies Festival welcomed an extensive array of top chefs including Masterchef Winners and Finalists of this very successful BBC programme.

Natalie Coleman took to the AGA Rangemaster Cookery Theatre Stage who cooked up some of her favourite summer recipes when audiences had the chance to take the recipes away to cook at home.

New editions to the festival were a Feasting Tent, Vintage Tea Tent alongside a Vintage Kitchen Market which were very popular with over 20,000 people attending this fantastic 3 day festival in such a great location.


Surrey County Show

Posted by Chefs on Stage Wednesday, 28th May 2014

The Aga Rangemaster Cookery Theatre returned once again to The Surrey Food Festival incorporated as always within this prestigious agricultural show, which was also a Diamond Jubilee Show to this year commemorating World War 1.

This year’s chefs taking to the Aga Rangemaster stage were local and regional restaurant chefs including Billingsgate who were there to discuss sustainable and rare fish in addition there was also a cheese making demonstration.

Visitors to the food hall and farmers market were tempted and inspired by the locally grown ingredients and what better way than seeing the array of produce being demonstrated in cooking-up delicious dishes by the experts!


Lowry Outlet Food Festival

Posted by Chefs on Stage Wednesday, 28th May 2014

There was a great line-up of Celebrity Chefs at Salford Quays at the weekend and despite the very mixed weather the event enjoyed good crowds especially yesterday.

Ed Baines stepped in at the last minute on Saturday replacing Gennaro Contaldo, who unfortunately was ill.  Ed demoed Gennaro’s super Italian recipes which was fantastic demoing on the Aga Rangemaster Cookery Theatre, once again the feature of the festival.

On Sunday, Rachel Allen treated audiences with her range of dishes and yesterday, making another appearance at this popular festival, BBC One’s ‘Saturday Kitchen’ star, James Martin delighted packed audiences.

Besides the cookery demonstrations there was live music, a kids cookery school and 120 food producers stalls.


Ipswich Food & Drink Festival

Posted by Chefs on Stage Wednesday, 21st May 2014

This is the second year for this foodie event, the main feature being the AGA Rangemaster Mobile Cookery Theatre situated on Orwell Quay, Ipswich.

TV Celebrity Chef Jean Christophe Novelli was once again appearing on another AGA Rangemaster stage with 3 super demonstrations where the packed audiences could pick up easy to remember cooking tips and enjoy the skills of one of the UK’s most popular chefs.

There were many food producers at the Festival with many fun events for the children and the weather was fantastic!!


Western Lakes Home & Garden

Posted by Chefs on Stage Wednesday, 21st May 2014

The AGA Rangemaster Cookery Theatre has over the past few years featured at The Whitehaven Festival but as this is not happening this year the organisers have replaced it with this exciting new Home & Garden Show.

The AGA Rangemaster Cookery Theatre has always been a ‘big element’ which was this year located in Queens Dock with the ever popular Jean Christophe Novelli taking centre stage demonstrating exciting dishes with his usual French charm and interesting story telling!

Whitehaven always attracts huge crowds and this year was no exception when the people of Cumbria flocked to the event over the 2 days. 


Eat Well, Waste Less

Posted by Alison Baker Tuesday, 17th June 2014

Did you know in the UK we pay for but do not eat a whopping £10.2 billion of food a year? (This works out at costing the average UK family almost £60 a month!)

To raise awareness of the growing issue of food waste and how we can help the environment, we have created a handy infographic to help you start changing your household for the better and save money. You’ll find out how much food is wasted daily in the UK and how much that wasted food costs you.

The graphic also gives you some top tips on how to reduce your waste including recycling, storing food properly and learning what the ‘best before’ dates really mean. You’ll be surprised how much food is actually wasted and how much you can save by just understanding dates and storage instructions properly.

Take a look at our Eat Well Waste Less infographic below to make a real difference to your kitchen, your wallet and the environment.

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