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Alexandra Dibble Home Economist
Gill Bland of ‘Tales of Pigling Bland’ food and cookery blog
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Lindsey Payne Training Manager
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Posted by Hayley Gilbert Wednesday, 18th October 2017
We’re going Simply Modern this month, with contemporary kitchens and the sleek, on-trend appliances and accessories to go with them. Modern schemes are a really flexible style solution for all kinds of property, whether it’s a glass box kitchen extension on the back of a Victorian terrace or a compact apartment in the heart of the city. Simple slab doors with a recessed handle offer a sleek, seamless feel which can then be topped off with a worktop either in a complementary neutral shade or something a little more daring to add a touch of drama. The latest quartz worksurfaces for instance come in all sorts of finishes including concrete effects for an on-trend industrial look. Natural timber will also suit but it does need regular oiling to keep its organic beauty looking its best. Laminate is another option and is ideal for those working to a budget.0 Comments
Posted by Hayley Gilbert Monday, 3rd July 2017
Rangemaster has a cooker for every style, so no matter whether you favour the industrial look, Scandi living or a touch of country farmhouse chic, there’s an appliance so suit. You can download or order the latest brochure for free – just click on the link to view the collections, moodboards and suggested products for yourself. One of my favourites, especially at this time of year, is Coastal Retreat. I dream of having a vacation in the Hamptons one summer so turning my kitchen into a New England haven would be the next best thing! Think fresh whites and sea blue shades complementing shabby chic furniture, stripped timber floorboards and tongue-and-groove panelling on the walls. Throw in some colourful enamelled cookware, glossy brick tiles and factory lighting and you’re good to go.0 Comments
Gin & Tonic Cupcakes
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 5th June 2017
Well, it looks like summer is just starting to think about appearing and what great timing, for Saturday the 10th June is0 Comments and there’s nothing that makes a gin and tonic taste better then a long balmy summer evening.
Hints and tips on how to clean your Rangemaster
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Monday, 10th April 2017
With spring upon us, it’s time to start about spring cleaning your oven ready for all the BBQ (I know I’m being a little optimistic here) and Easter visitors. Cleaning my oven is not one of my favourite jobs I have to say, however with most range cookers being the focal point of the kitchen, spending that little bit of time, properly cleaning your Rangemaster will really prove worthwhile, and completely make your kitchen sparkle. As well as being more hygienic, better for your healthy and prevent the smell of burnt and smoke of burnt on fatty food and grease.0 Comments
Easy Batch-Bake Biscuits
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 20th March 2017
The Rangemaster tall side oven is a wonderful thing - the slight variation in heat from top to bottom is a boon, allowing you to crisp up the roasties at the top while the apple crumble bubbles away below. It’s great for cooking an entire meal but it really comes into its own when you want to batch cook things. Trays full of roasted vegetables, jacket potatoes to feed an army, lasagnes and all sorts of good, wholesome food can be racked up to eat now or to freeze and store later. Yes, all sorts of good, wholesome food…. or cookies. You can whip up an awful lot of cookies in a very short space of time with the tall oven. Even better, you can pre make the dough in all sorts of different flavours and have it stored in the freezer so that you can bring out mounds of freshly baked biscuits in the time it takes for the oven to heat + 10minutes.
Chocolate Tart with Meringue Kisses
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 13th February 2017
Ah valentine’s day, an excuse for all things chocolate, pink and heart shaped. This month I’m making the most of the multifunction oven to make a chocolate tart. The base is wholemeal which gives it a great al-dente chew to it and ensure that it is not too sweet, which in turn sets off the rich chocolate centre and sugary meringues.
Complement your cooker
Posted by Hayley Gilbert Monday, 7th November 2016
Whether you want your Rangemaster cooker to complement or contrast with your kitchen scheme, there are plenty of appliances that will provide the perfect partner. For a fully co-ordinated look, Rangemaster has a fantastic selection of built-in ovens that offer extra cooking space ideal for Christmas and entertaining. There’s also a variety of matching cooker hoods and extractors as well as dishwashers, sinks and taps.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
BUYER’S GUIDE TO POTS AND PANS
Posted by Hayley Gilbert Monday, 25th July 2016
Once you’ve chosen your new Rangemaster range cooker, you’ll want a sleek new set of pans to go with it. As you will be using them every day, for everything from family meals to entertaining friends, it’s important to choose cookware that will last and with such an investment to be made, it’s also essential that your new tools are compatible for your style of cooking. Good quality cookware provides even heat distribution, eliminates hot spots and enables you to cook mouthwatering meals, so we’ve compiled a buyer’s guide to pots and pans to help you choose the best kitchen kit for the job…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