A chocolate pudding oozes rich sauce. A golden scotch egg is cut open to reveal a perfectly runny yolk. Cheese melts over a plump juicy burger. You’ve seen the ads; it’s fair to say M&S know what they’re talking about when it comes to food. This is why we’ve turned to them for inspiration on cooking the perfect Christmas dinner.
From delivering last minute spares on Christmas Eve to helping you fix it yourself before the dinner of the year kicks off, we do our best to be there for you! This year, for three lucky winners, Christmas dinner will be on us – because supporting your Christmas is our tradition.
Cooking Christmas dinner is no mean feat. The frenzy of activity that starts with the chopping and doesn’t end until the carving requires culinary prowess of super human proportions.
Is the way you use your appliances absolutely criminal?
Sometimes we’re all just a tiny bit reckless, speeding on with our chores without looking at the appliance manual first. But there are petty offences and then there are appliance owners that are nothing short of delinquent.Read more
The privilege of being allowed on the Christmas dinner plate is one we reserve for few foods. Turkey we’ll allow of course. But then you start getting into roast beef or gammon territory and the question soon arises: is that really part of a traditional Christmas dinner?
Some people prepare their Christmas dinner according to a precise spreadsheet of timings. Others chaotically hurl everything into the oven and hope for the best. (You know which one you are.) One thing’s for sure, the stresses of cooking Christmas dinner mean you need your kitchen appliances to be in tip top shape to support you.
Your hairdryer is good for more than just styling your flowing locks. (We’ve just gone right ahead and assumed that if you’re reading this you have flowing locks.) Hairdryers are in fact very versatile beauty appliances that can help you with all sorts of jobs around your house.
It’s cold. It’s dark. It’s miserable. Yep, it’s definitely winter. But it’s not all doom and gloom. Winter is the season of bonfires, hot chocolate, comfy jumpers and of course Christmas. (It’s November so we’re allowed to mention this particular C-word now, right?) To help you survive, nay, enjoy winter in all its blustery glory you might need a little help from your appliances.