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National Bread Week: Easy Bread Recipe

Posted by Emma Line Thursday, 16th April 2015

There’s nothing more comforting than the smell of freshly baked bread making its way through the home. Bread is a firm favourite among comfort foods, it’s versatile and can be eaten at breakfast, lunch or dinner and what’s more is that it’s easy to experiment with - so once you know the basic rules you’re able to find your very own perfect recipe.

National Bread Week is from 16th – 22nd April this year and allows us to celebrate this traditional favourite. We love National Bread Week because it gives us an excuse to bake some tasty home-made bread throughout the week (and then all year round). 

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Cooking using the Fan Function

Posted by Alison Baker Monday, 13th April 2015

This is another in the series of blogs on each of the oven functions you will find on Rangemaster ovens.  I hope you find each of them useful. Don’t forget, if you have any questions or comments, please let me know. The FAN function or fan oven in Rangemaster range cookers is my favourite!  Quick to heat up, I can cook on 3 levels at one time; with even heat throughout I can cook just about anything using this function - from sausages to a soufflé.

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Find The Golden Egg

Posted by Emma Line Tuesday, 31st March 2015

Easter is one of our favourite times of the year, not only does it gives us an excuse to try lots of delicious chocolate recipes and eat lots of hot cross buns, but it also gives us a chance to be creative, and this year, that’s exactly what we’ve done. We wanted to celebrate Easter a little differently this year, but we wanted to get you involved too to give you a chance to have some fun and win some great prizes at the same time. This Easter we’re reinventing the traditional Easter egg hunt by launching a golden egg competition that’s going to get Easter off to an exciting start.  

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Nutella Brownies - Easy Easter Baking with Kids

Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 30th March 2015

This month I’m bringing you possibly the easiest recipe known to man or, more importantly, to woman / man and child. This is school holiday baking at its most accessible. There’s no melting chocolate and no creaming of butter and sugar. All you need is a spatula and a willingness to get covered in chocolate spread. Ok, it’s not ground breaking - the recipe has been all over the internet for a good while now - but I hadn’t tried it until this weekend. I can now vouch for the fact that with only three ingredients, you can have great brownies at your fingertips.

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Easy Does It

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Monday, 23rd March 2015

If there’s one household chore that I really dread, it’s cleaning the oven. I’m all for keeping a tidy home and sometimes it can be quite therapeutic giving the carpets a vacuum and mopping the kitchen floor. I also love doing laundry on a spring morning - pegging out clean linens on the washing line in the garden is really satisfying and you get a lovely fresh fragrance on your clothes once they’re dry. But when it comes to cleaning the kitchen, it’s the workhorse that demands the most attention. Our cookers are used day in, day out, whether it’s preparing meals for the family, coping with large-scale entertaining or heating up a late night snack – so it’s no wonder they need a thorough clean every now and then. The good news is that with Rangemaster, the cleaning is done for you…

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Pyrolytic Oven Cleaning

Posted by Alison Baker Monday, 16th March 2015

As the Home Economist here at Rangemaster the most frequently asked question, by consumers, is “how do I clean my oven?”

Cleaning the oven or ovens usually instils dread in us!  No-one likes to do it but isn’t it lovely when the ovens are clean!  I have heard of some Rangemaster consumers keeping one oven for roasting etc. and the other for baking, which in theory means you only have one oven to clean as roasting is usually the cause for most oven soiling.  This seems like a good idea. Please let me know if you do this and how it works for you.

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Mother's Day

Posted by James McIntosh Monday, 9th March 2015

As the old saying goes, March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb.  I don’t know about you, but I do love when March arrives as the winter is nearly over.  It could still snow and get cold, but it’s getting there. So to change the season (ahead of time) I thought we could do a Spring inspired cake for Mother’s Day.

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British Pie Week

Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 2nd March 2015

It’s British Pie Week this week. The fantastic thing about pies is their versatility. They can be as complicated or simple as you wish. They can come in many permutations. 

They can be savoury or sweet and the casing can be any number of types of pastry, crumble or mash. Pies engender such fuzzy, warm feelings that there’s even the fantastically named Pierateers who are a group of people devoted to reviewing various pre-made pies out there in supermarkets and restaurants. 

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Kitchen Catwalk

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Tuesday, 24th February 2015

February’s London Fashion Week, which showcased what’s on trend for Autumn/Winter 2015, saw colour in every shade and spectrum. Glaswegian designer Jonathan Saunders presented a technicolour tribute with graphic slices of reds, blues, orange, pink and everything in between. Tangerine made a huge impact at the David Koma and Sibling shows, Daks went for colourful checks alongside rich red wrapwear while Emilia Wickstead chose a forties style with pops of pared-back colour.

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Pancake Day!

Posted by James McIntosh Monday, 16th February 2015

I’m sure you’re like me and when it comes to Pancake Day the big kid comes out.  Then perhaps the mop comes out, as one may have landed on the floor?  (Clean up is made so much easier if you have a dog).

Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, as I’m sure we all know, was originally a Christian festival to use up ingredients prior to Lent, 40 days before we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus at Easter.  I always find it a good time to install a little self discipline. I overeat at Christmas, break my New Year’s resolutions by the 2nd January, then feel bad that, for me, it is not ‘new year, new  me’.  That’s why I like the tradition of Lent, it gives me a chance to prove to myself that I can be disciplined for a short period of time.  And I do find this instils an inner confidence in myself.

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