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!
Life with Rangemaster
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!
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.
This week is National Vegetarian Week. Whilst their aim is to get you eating veggie for a whole week, this recipe is aimed more at the idea of foregoing meat for just one day a week. There are many arguments in support of one meat-free day a week which cite its environmental benefits and these are no small reason why it’s worth considering but I’m no scientist so I’ll leave you to form your own opinions there. However, I would suggest that an initiative like “Meat Free Monday” is worth a look for a much more mercenary reason - it can be really cheap to cook a vegetarian meal.
Well, it looks like summer is just starting to think about appearing and what great timing, for Saturday the 10th June is World Gin Day and there’s nothing that makes a gin and tonic taste better then a long balmy summer evening.