You’ve most likely heard people say “they don’t make ‘em like they used to” when referring to older appliances! But maybe they have a point…
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One day, long long ago toasters were invented. People rejoiced across the land for now their slightly stale bread could be given a new lease of life and turned into slices of crunchy, golden deliciousness.
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.
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.
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
The refrigerator is an appliance that as homeowners we all trust. It’s one of the only appliances that when we go away on our summer holiday we leave plugged in at the wall, whilst the TV, lamps, etc are turned off – why is this? Perhaps one of the reasons that fridges are seen as a trusted appliance is because despite being in constant use, they rarely gain a fault.
Suitcases packed, currency exchanged, tickets printed, passports checked (re-checked and checked again) – it can only mean one thing, its summer holiday time! But before you depart for the airport, why not ensure that your home is sparkling by giving it a deep clean, with the help of an arsenal of household cleaning products.Read more
For those of you with little ones, helping to keep your home child-safe is of utmost priority. Especially in the kitchen, you’ll want to make sure anything that could cause harm is out of the reach or way. Albeit, some of these things might seem like common sense, it is important to make sure you’ve taken every precaution in order to protect the young’ns. A few tips below will help keep your kitchen safe.
My post the other day about the breadmaker got me thinking. Basically, while having the means to easily make your own bread must certainly be nice, a breadmaker is pretty much a luxury that it wouldn’t be too hard to live without. I mean, you could just buy a loaf of Kingsmill. Or if the urge to bake becomes too much, your regular oven is a perfectly acceptable substitute.