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Alexandra Dibble Home Economist
Gill Bland of ‘Tales of Pigling Bland’ food and cookery blog
Hayley Gilbert Freelance writer for kitchen magazines, websites and blogs
James McIntosh World award winning cookery writer & demonstrator
Emma Line Brand Manager
Lindsey Payne Training Manager
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Slow Roast Curry Pork with Turmeric Roasties
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 22nd October 2018
It’s national Curry Week from 22-28th October and so it is that I bring you an entirely un-authentic but utterly warming and tasty cry version of a roast dinner. Curry AND roast dinner, eh? Who said you couldn’t have your cake and eat it? Throw your favourite spices at this recipe and treat it a bit like pulled pork. Serve with turmeric roasties (below) or salad, wraps, pickle and yoghurt or dhal (eg. like this).0 Comments
Slow cook ovens
Posted by Lindsey Payne Monday, 5th February 2018
One of the things I love about a range cooker is its ability to do everything! I don’t need several other machines, usually the ones that are lurking in the back of a cupboard somewhere, I just need my trusty range. It really doesn’t matter if you have a conventional oven, gas oven, multifunction oven or a dedicated slow cook area on your range cooker as you can always slow cook.0 Comments
Buying, Defrosting, And Cooking Your Christmas Turkey In A Rangemaster Oven, Plus Making The Gravy!
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Thursday, 1st December 2016
If you are cooking a turkey for the first time it can be daunting!
Here are some tips to help you produce the best roast turkey ever!....
Sweet Potato Fruit Bread with homemade Nutella
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 21st November 2016
Fruit-bread toast and chocolate spread. That comes into the category of naughty but nice, right? Well, let me be your little ray of sunshine today (yeah, sunshine, remember that?) because this toasty goodness is actually at the healthy end of the spectrum.
The bread is made with sweet potato and chickpeas so it’s sweet but not too sweet, incredibly filling and full of slow release energy. The loaf is studded with prunes to give it little pockets of gooey goodness that also serve to up the fibre content and the crunchy roasted chickpeas on the top give it a lovely crunch to contrast the more solid texture of the inside.0 Comments
Timing is everything!
Posted by Lindsey Payne Monday, 8th August 2016
If like me you are forced into standing on a sideline each Weekend to support your childs sporting career, I may, just may have a feature that might interest you!0 Comments
Longing for a Rangemaster…………
Posted by Lindsey Payne Wednesday, 20th July 2016
Training Manager, Mark Towns discusses the new range of Built-in appliances from Rangemaster.
Do you long for the functionality of a range cooker, do you love to cook, are you curious about steam cooking…….. Well I might just have something to whet your appetite.
Here at Rangemaster we have been busy creating a complete new range of products – only this time they are built in!0 Comments
My favourite Rangemaster function
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Thursday, 2nd June 2016
I have been asked to pick my favourite function on a Rangemaster but I can’t choose just one function, so I am going for the multifunction oven and all of the functions therein!
To explain why, I think it will be easier for me to describe cooking something in the multifunction oven which will use 3 of its functions. An all-time favourite – a quiche or a savoury tart, is a good example.0 Comments
Use up your veggies
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 16th May 2016
This week is National Vegetarian Week. Whether you’re veggie or not, the warmer weather of summer is both an ideal time to get more vegetables into your diet and also a bit of a nightmare for keeping vegetables fresh. Which vegetables end up in the tray-of-shame at the bottom of your fridge will vary from house to house. For us there’s often a slightly yellowing head of broccoli, passed over during the week for the more exotic red pepper or the easy to throw in frozen peas. The great thing about vegetables is that, unlike meat, if you use them when they are slightly ‘off peak’ you’re usually not at risk of killing anyone.0 Comments
Pamela Higgins’ Beef and Red Wine Stew
Posted by Supper Club Tuesday, 9th February 2016
Everyone loves finding new recipes that they can try at home, especially if they’re the quick and simple kind that takes the minimum amount of effort with the maximum amount of flavour. As part of our ongoing Supper Club, Rangemaster are partnering with a number of the very best “foodies” from around the UK, asking them to whip up something fantastic from a mystery collection of fresh foods.0 Comments
Banana and Peanut Butter Muffins
Posted by Supper Club Monday, 25th January 2016
From a young age you may have been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives you all of the essential nutrients and energy that you need to get you through the day, getting your metabolism working and ensuring that you can stay focussed on your lessons or your day at work.0 Comments