Sometimes in life there are little annoyances that you work around or learn to live with. When cooking, for example, you might find yourself balancing hot pans on your draining board so they don’t burn your worktop or scrubbing for hours at food burnt onto your hob. Frustrating? Yes. Fixable? Indeed!
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Picture the scene, you’ve came down in the morning, gone into your kitchen to make your morning cuppa, only to be greeted by a puddle of water near to your fridge. The puddle may not be the biggest, but there’s certainly enough water to cause concern.Read more
Coffee is without doubt one of the most popular drinks in the UK, with over 70 million cups being drunk each day in the UK and two thirds of these being purchased from coffee shops. But why spend upwards of £252 a year on takeaway coffee, when you can create the perfect cup at home.Read more
Gift list written, decorations down from the loft ready to be put up, Christmas pudding made and mincemeat ready for your mince pies, you’re almost ready for Christmas. But before you can enjoy an eggnog or Christmas spirit make sure your kitchen appliances are ready too.Read more
Whether you see yourself as a wannabe chef or you cook only because you have to, it’s important to make sure your cooker is kept at the top of its game. Key to achieving this is to provide it with a thorough clean, but this doesn’t mean you need to turn to a bucket full of various cleaning products.
Instead, in this post we explain how to clean your cooker for less, by using everyday food items you’re likely to have in your home.
Running a fridge can be expensive, especially when you consider the appliance is constantly left on. How much energy your fridge consumes will depend on how old the appliance is, its make and model.
That said, there are steps you can take to work out how energy efficient your fridge will be – and therefore how much it will cost to run, and how to improve the energy efficiency of the appliance. In this post we explain how you can work out how much your fridge costs you and what you can do to reduce the costs.
What should you do if your fridge developed a fault and no longer cooled your food?
If you answered purchase a new fridge, not necessarily! If you attempt to repair the fault yourself first by checking the six areas below, there may be no need to buy a brand new appliance.
A build up of ice in the freezer may appear a common issue, but it’s one which shouldn’t be ignored. If you have more than a quarter of an inch of ice in your freezer, it’s time to take action.
Cleaning the cooker is a chore we put off for as long as possible. Yet, failing to remove grease or burnt on food from the appliance can increase the risk of faults and unpleasant odours. When talking about cleaning your cooker, we also mean the hob and cooker filter.
Did you know that it wasn’t until 1974 that the first domestic microwave model was sold in the UK?
Over the 40 years since the microwave became available as a cooking appliance within the UK, they have grown significantly in popularity, with over 30 million being sold annually throughout the world.