This festive season we may not be able to mix and mingle like we used to, but there are still ways of staying in touch with family, friends and loved ones.
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It couldn’t have come at a better time. As the country reels from its first lockdown and heads towards a winter of uncertainty, what we all need right now is a virtual hug from The Great British Bake Off team. Thank goodness Channel 4 saw a way to make it happen, despite the current circumstances, as the show’s production staff, cast, crew and contestants all lived in a self-contained bubble for six weeks over the summer in order to film safely.
Now that we are heading towards the autumn and winter months, we are going to be spending a lot more time indoors. As the weather turns crisp and chilly, it’s time to start thinking about cooking up hearty, wholesome soups, stews, roasts and casseroles.
This Easter weekend will be spent differently for most of us due to the current difficult times.Here at Rangemaster, we have created this fun recipe sheet to inspire children to get involved and have a go at baking our Easter Chocolate Cupcakes. The recipe sheet can be coloured in along the way and we have also snuck in a few maths questions too!
Firstly we’d like to say that all the team at Rangemaster hope you are safe and well and that we are sending our best wishes to everyone during this time. It is with this in mind that we thought we’d talk about healthy cooking and how important it is to boost your immune system and stay as fit and well as you possibly can. Immune-boosting dishes are packed with vitamins and minerals so think homemade soups and stews, fruity smoothies, spicy stir-fries, grilled meats, steamed fish and vegetables.
Here at Rangemaster, we have created this fun recipe sheet to inspire children to get involved and have a go at baking our signature gooey chocolate brownies through these current difficult times. The recipe sheet can be coloured in along the way and we have also snuck in a few maths questions too!
When it comes to kitting out the kitchen with new appliances, one of the hardest working is the humble hob. If you’re not replacing or renewing a range cooker with hob top, a separate built-in hob is the perfect solution to creating a streamlined look packed with practical features.
As summer fast approaches – and by all accounts it’s set to be a scorcher – it’s time to turn our attention to keeping cool.
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.
For many of us, browsing through interiors magazines, kitchen brochures and online resources such as Pinterest and Houzz is a great way of finding inspiration for everything kitchen related. When you’re on the lookout for appliances, sinks, taps and hoods, there’s no better place than this product-packed Rangemaster website!