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Healthy cooking with NEXUS steam range cooker

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Monday, 16th September 2019

When it comes to cooking, there’s no doubt that steam is one of the healthiest ways of preparing food. You don’t need any oil or fat and the process of steaming ingredients helps to retain vitamins and minerals as well as nutrients, texture, colour and taste. Always at the forefront of appliance innovation, Rangemaster is launching a brand new range cooker this month called the NEXUS Steam. Offering a combination of cooking functions in one, this groundbreaking new range cooker has a dedicated steam oven, which is a first for the range cooking market.

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It’s always so exciting when a new appliance is launched so I’m thrilled to introduce a brand new range cooker from Rangemaster – the Esprit 110, which comes as a dual fuel or induction model. Available in cream, cranberry, black and stainless steel with shiny chrome trim, its design is suitable for both classic and contemporary kitchens and, depending on your preferred colour choice, it can blend in or make a statement within your scheme. What’s more, there are plenty of innovative features and functions to help take your cooking to the next level.

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Renovate and revamp with Rangemaster

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Monday, 3rd June 2019

When it comes to re-doing, revamping or totally renovating the home, the kitchen has to be the room that is not only the most exciting to plan but is also the space where the options are practically endless. Just think of all the different decisions you have to make when choosing cabinetry, worktops, sink, tap, appliances, flooring, tiling, lighting and all the finishing touches that will make your new kitchen totally unique. Well you can breathe a sigh of relief on the appliance, sink and tap front, as Rangemaster has got you covered. With a huge choice in freestanding and built-in designs as well as classic and contemporary styles, there is plenty to pick from in cooking, cooling, dishwashing and more. Here are just some of the highlights that will take your kitchen from so-so to seriously chic…

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Tahini Galette

Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 20th May 2019

Another Bank Holiday! There are so many at this time of year and the wonderful thing about that is that you don’t feel you have to use them to ‘get things done’. Instead you can slow down, have friends around and relax. This recipe brings a slightly Mediterranean vibe to a very informal pastry tart. It’s perfect for at the dinner table or in the garden or cold in a picnic.

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Classic Vs Contemporary Kitchens

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Friday, 12th April 2019

Kitchen trends may come and go – think shabby chic, 50s retro and the current vibe for all things industrial for instance – but there are two styles that will always endure; and that’s classic and contemporary design. When planning for a new kitchen, it’s one of the first things to consider as it will have a huge impact on each and every element, from which appliances to choose - a statement Rangemaster range cooker in ivory, black or slate perhaps for a traditional look or the sleek built-in collection for a modern finish – to the worksurfaces, sink, tap, tiles and flooring.

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Mothering Sunday

Posted by Gill Bland Thursday, 28th March 2019

With mothering sunday around the corner I was wondering about what the best thing was to make. Should it be something decadent that I’d want to eat myself or give to my mother, or should it be something tasty but easy that my husband could help my son make for me? I mean, it seems wrong to be ‘slaving away at the stove’ for my own mothering sunday bake, but then I love baking so actually having the time to make something is a treat.

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Inspirational ideas for neutral kitchen schemes

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Tuesday, 19th February 2019

Kitchen trends may come and go. For instance, right now the latest cabinetry comes in all shades of green – but while colour, texture and finish can add instant impact and an eye-catching look, for many of us, a neutral kitchen scheme is a lot easier to live with. Cool and calming, a natural décor is extremely easy on the eye. There’s nothing that jars as you enter the room and it creates an easy, ergonomic feel that flows effortlessly, whether you prefer a classic or contemporary style. There are other benefits too. With a neutral kitchen scheme, it’s easy and inexpensive to jazz things up with a few carefully selected accessories dotted around the room. All you need is to freshen things up with some new textiles – think brightly coloured or patterned oven gloves and tea towels – a new toaster and kettle, some artwork on the walls or a few potted herbs and succulents. The other great thing about a natural interior is that is appeals more to prospective buyers if you decide to sell up in years to come.

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2019 KITCHEN TRENDS

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Monday, 10th December 2018

Looking ahead to 2019, we asked Daniele Brutto and Kim Vanopstal of Hub Kitchens (www.hubkitchens.com) to give us their trend and design predictions for the coming year. From new product launches that will change the way we cook and repurpose food waste to the impact of maximalism on kitchen design and how homeowners are introducing more texture and statements into the kitchen, there are plenty of exciting new looks to choose from…

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Christmas Shortbread Sharing Tree

Posted by Gill Bland Friday, 7th December 2018

At Christmas you may have people popping round unannounced and needing sugary sustenance, you may have the whole family over for extended periods and wanting to graze on sweet treats, or you may just be fed up of dried fruit and wanting something different. This stack of festive shortbread is great for sharing but also keeps incredibly well and looks good in the meantime if you don’t get around to using it straight away.

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S’Mores (aka Chocolate & Marshmallow) Pie

Posted by Gill Bland Tuesday, 30th October 2018

This pie is a friend-making pie. It is ideal for the darkened setting of a bonfire night party where you can not worry about politeness and shovel it in with a spoon or your fingers, giving you a sugary hit to keep you warm through the festivities. It is gooey and chocolatey and you will end up with laughing at each other’s choolcatey moustaches and the stringy bits of marshmallow getting stuck in your hair. It’s also VERY dietary-requirement friendly as it is almost accidentally vegan, dairy and gluten free.

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