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BRIGHTON FOODIES FESTIVAL 2016
Posted by Guest Blogger Monday, 9th May 2016
Foodies Festival returned once again to Brighton Hove Lawns for its seventh consecutive year with top chefs cooking in the Aga Rangemaster Chef’s Theatre marquee.0 Comments
How To Make The Most Of Your Oven Size
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Thursday, 21st April 2016
Alison Baker explains Rangemaster oven capacity and all its benefits including finding the perfect size for cooking for the whole family.0 Comments
Anyone For Pimm’s Drizzle Cake?
Posted by Gill Bland Tuesday, 19th April 2016
When asked to come up with a recipe for St George’s day, Gill Bland came up this stunning recipe!0 Comments
Kulich Easter Recipe
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 14th March 2016
Easter is just around the corner and to celebrate, Gill Bland bakes traditional Russian Kulich bread.0 Comments
Celebrating British Pie Week
Posted by Guest Blogger Wednesday, 9th March 2016
This week saw the start of British Pie Week and it’s clear to see Britain has a major obsession with the dish. We discuss the best ways to bake pies with your Rangemaster.0 Comments
Spring Clean Your Rangemaster
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Monday, 7th March 2016
Has the lovely wintery sun been shining through your windows highlighting that a bit of work is needed on your Rangemaster recently? Alex, our Home economist, looks at the best way to clean your Rangemaster oven.0 Comments
5 Step Plan to cooking for a party
Posted by James McIntosh Wednesday, 18th November 2015
Four chickens cooked in one oven at a time. That’s right, Four. Or 4 lasagnes’ or 4 cottage pies or even 4 quiches. And I don’t mean small ones. That’s just one of the features of selected Rangemaster range cookers.
With Christmas coming up and family occasions to cook for, most of us host a big meal at least once. It can be stressful planning not only what to cook, but also to ensure it’s all cooked perfectly when served. Ovens can cook more than one thing at once, but do be careful of putting items straight from the fridge into the oven as it will lower the temperature. Rangemaster ovens will come back to temperature quickly though.0 Comments
Best of British: Scotch Eggs, Mature Cheddar Cheese and Pickle
Posted by Supper Club Monday, 16th November 2015
Whether you consider them a guilty pleasure or a well-deserved treat, the scotch egg is very British and utterly delicious.
Usually confined to the realms of picnic basket or pub snack we’d like to see the scotch egg given the status it deserves! This recipe for scotch eggs, mature cheddar cheese and pickle would make a fantastic dinner party starter; packed with rustic charm and hearty country flavours it’s sure to be welcomed to the table with nostalgic shouts of, “I haven’t had one of these for ages!”0 Comments
Defrosting Food in your Multifunction Oven
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Monday, 2nd November 2015
We have probably all defrosted food in a microwave oven with varying degrees of success as the food often becomes partially cooked which isn’t what we want at all! The key to defrosting is to not apply any heat but microwaves do apply heat!
Defrosting food in your Rangemaster multifunction oven is easy; just put the food in the oven and select the defrost function and away you go! If your oven shelves are clean you can put the food directly on to them, if not, put the food on a rack over a tray, this way the air can circulate all around the food (check out my blog on oven cleaning!).
Trick or Treat Pumpkin Chilli
Posted by Supper Club Wednesday, 28th October 2015
We’re just kidding, there’s no trick in our pumpkin recipe, just a hearty treat of a chilli to warm your cockles on those chilly October evenings.
While we may not celebrate Halloween with the same extravaganza as they do in the US, pumpkin carving is still a brilliantly fun tradition – especially if you’ve got little ones – but this year, rather than throwing out all the flesh you scrape out of the inside, keep your left overs and turn them into a delicious meal for the whole family.0 Comments