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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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Rangemaster launches new induction models

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Monday, 6th August 2018

Swiftly becoming the fuel of choice for home cooks and keen chefs alike, induction cooking has really taken off over recent years. The benefits are many – it’s safe, energy efficient and ultra-responsive – so it’s easy to see why so many of us are swapping ceramic and even gas cooktops for the controllability and easy cleaning of induction. Offering everything that the home cook needs for everyday meals as well as entertaining family and friends, Rangemaster has launched a brand new, next-generation induction system on two of its popular range cookers.

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Sort-of Moroccan Sort-of Leftovers Pie

Posted by Gill Bland Thursday, 26th July 2018

When we planned that I would blog a freeze-ahead recipe to highlight the new Rangemaster freezer range, it was the middle of winter and we were having more snow that I’ve seen in a while. It seemed a perfectly reasonable thing to be considering hearty freeze-ahead casseroles, lasagnes, pies etc. 

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KEEPING COOL IN THE KITCHEN

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Tuesday, 10th July 2018

Whilst the recent heatwave has been a welcome change from the usual rainy British summer, it’s become somewhat challenging knowing how best to keep cool. Some have invested in high-tech fans for sounder sleeping during the still nights while others have been stocking up on ice-lollies and cold drinks for the family. The weather has been truly wonderful, which is why Rangemaster’s cool new refrigeration range has come at just the right time!

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ENTERTAINING AT HOME

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Wednesday, 20th June 2018

Whether it’s a few friends over for a quiet supper or a large Sunday roast for the extended family, there’s nothing quite like entertaining at home. To make life simpler, the key is to kit your kitchen out with professional-style, hardworking appliances that will ensure every dish is cooked to perfection. That’s why Rangemaster is the ultimate appliance brand for all your culinary needs. A freestanding range cooker for instance, not only creates an eye-catching statement piece but it can also offer all the features and functions you need to cook up a storm every day, on any occasion.

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CITY KITCHENS – COMPACT SOLUTIONS FOR SMALL SPACES

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Monday, 23rd April 2018

Living in a city has many benefits. There are the amenities to start with - good shops, cinemas, theatres, excellent transport links and schools – as well as being near work and friends. But the challenge often lies with living in less than spacious surroundings. But don’t worry, as there are plenty of design tricks and clever space-saving ideas that can be used to create a perfectly practical kitchen that’s big on style…

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INTRODUCING THE FALCON RANGE BY RANGEMASTER

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Tuesday, 13th March 2018

Keen cooks and home chefs alike will be pleased to know that the AGA Rangemaster group not only offers a fantastic choice of range cooking, built-in appliances, hoods, splashbacks, sinks and taps, but there’s also the Falcon collection, which brings professional features, functions and styling to any kitchen. With a heritage in professional catering equipment, Falcon appliances blend commercial benefits with cool, contemporary design.

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Aunty Viv’s New Mum Magic Fruit Cake

Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 5th March 2018

This year Mothering Sunday will have a new significance in our household. Our little boy, Monty, was born on the 9th Feb.

On our return home from hospital, my Mum stayed with us for a week and I have even more love and respect for her than I already did, both because of the experience of becoming a mum, and also for her patience, help and mad cooking skills during that week. My mum’s stews, soups and other  general awesomeness will continue to feature in future recipes, but for this one I am going to bring you someone else baking prowess.

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KITCHEN TRENDS FOR 2018

Posted by Hayley Gilbert Tuesday, 23rd January 2018

Daniele Brutto, co-founder of bespoke kitchen designers Hub Kitchens (www.hubkitchens.com), reveals which trends lie in store for 2018…

What are your kitchen trend predictions for 2018 and what new products can we expect to see?

Porcelain is going to take off in a big way. The design possibilities are huge and now all the big producers are launching new colours and finishes to really make the market sit up and see what is possible. Porcelain worktops are transitioning from mimicking and traditional popular natural materials such as Carrara Marble and exciting new finishes like Ceralsio’s Ocean Stone and Rio Marron both look like exotic natural stones and are growing in popularity.

Fenix will also be important in 2018. Available in super matt finishes and bold colours, Fenix is easy to maintain and versatile in its use. Clients like being able to match worktop and door material and this can be done by using Fenix. It can also be combined with strong veneers to make a particular area pop as well as creating a zoning effect. 

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Mulled Wine Chocolate Cake

Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 18th December 2017

I know some people get sick of the flavours of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and orange zest at Christmas. I am not one of those people. I am one of those people who sprinkle all-spice into their hot Ribena as soon as the nights get dark in a bid to emulate mulled wine without consuming unhealthy amounts of the ruby-red spiced booze-of-delight. So, when I noticed a recipe for a red wine cake sometime earlier in the year I parked it at the back of my baker’s brain and waited for the festive season to come around so that I could make mulled wine chocolate cake. This recipe makes no apology for throwing all the Christmas flavours at it. You can stick to just mulled wine, you can have cinnamon icing and if you want to really go for it you can make a mulled fig jam to dot through the mixture or to fill the middle of each cupcake. It’s up to you how much you want to gild the Christmas lily (or indeed poinsettia). 

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