With a striking design in a pearlescent red finish this toaster will be the talking point of any kitchen. Packed with clever features 'Lift & Look' allows you to view your toast's progress without interrupting the cycle and the high-lift facility means no more burnt fingers. Other features include illuminated buttons for easy use and independent two-slice controls.
With its chic black and stainless steel exterior this stylish toaster will brighten up any kitchen. This versatile toaster features a defrost setting while six shades of browning mean you can get perfect toast without the burned bits. Its two deep variable width slots suit a variety of bread types and a handy crumb tray makes emptying the machine easy. Other handy features include a mid-cycle cancel button high-lift facility for easy removal of small items and high-quality 'soft touch' control indic
This great cookery experience promises to be a fantastic day out for you and a friend! Head to scenic Hampshire and improve your cooking techniques in this relaxed and friendly environment. Each class offers a different area of focus, varying from meat to fish, and vegetarian dishes to desserts, so you can choose a class that suits you! At the end of the day you'll sit around the dining table and enjoy the delicious food you've prepared. Location: Hampshire (South East)
Wire whisk, Ideal for whipping egg whites, cream or dips. For use exclusively with the KitchenAid range of mixing machines. KitchenAid has progressed considerably since it launched the first domestic stand mixer, a classic iconic shape of the early 20th century, designed by one of the great American style gurus, Egmont Arens, back in 1937. There is now a complete KitchenAid® Artisan™ Collection that looks equally stylish and is made with the same attention to detail as it always was. The Collection is available in the widest range of colours on the market and includes a host of beautiful, functional appliances including a blender, toaster, espresso maker, burr grinder and food processor, as well as the original mixer. All of the products have the same tactile, 'retro' look, with solid knobs, buttons and smooth curved lines. Every item in the KitchenAid Collection is still assembled by hand from reassuringly solid die-cast metal parts, receiving the individual attention to detail vital to ensuring top performance and quality. KitchenAid® stands for beautiful design, reliability, efficiency and effectiveness - built to look and feel good, but also built for function and hard work. For use exclusively with the KitchenAid range of mixing machines.
Money matters, and today’s tough economic times mean that many of us are watching the pennies and looking for new and inventive ways to budget. And this is especially the case when it comes to
cooking. With money a factor for many of us, we are starting to see a return to the ‘old-fashioned’ but vital cooking skills that seemed to get lost for a while.
Along with this, there is a return to thinking about how to reduce waste and make our purchases stretch further. Spending several pounds on non-nutritious microwave meals or fast food just doesn’t seem like the sensible option for many people anymore.
So, how to cook up a storm in the kitchen without spending a small fortune? Well it’s easier than you might think.
If you have a loaf of Hovis Bread that is starting to go stale, but of course is not mouldy, you can use this to make tasty bread and butter pudding. Although white bread is generally used in bread and butter puddings, you can ring the changes and make your dish that little bit more nutritious by using best of both bread.
Another great use for your bread that needs using up is as the base for a tasty Moroccan dish called Chicken Rfissa Medhoussa. This chicken and lentil dish is truly yummy and is traditionally served on a bed of day old bread.
Day old bread or bread that needs to be used up can also be used to make homemade breadcrumbs, wonderful for the coating on fried calamari, fish and anything else you fancy really!
As well as there being plenty you can do with day old bread, you can use other items in the kitchen once they are past their best but not spoilt. For example, tomatoes that have begun to go slightly soft, but are not off or mouldy, are perfect for making your own soups, passatas or other tomato-based sauces.
You can discover the vibrant, exciting and delicious flavours of Africa with a fun and fascinating cookery class for two. Suitable for cooks of all levels and abilities, this voucher gives you the chance to choose from a variety of classes covering traditional dishes from across Africa – including vegetarian cuisine from East Africa, aromatic Tagines from Morocco and Tunisia and mouth-watering Nigerian food. Whichever course you choose you’ll receive friendly and expert tuition, and you’ll receive recipe cards so that you can carry on cooking at home! Location: London (South East)
The latest series of ads from Fosters beer have struck a chord with the beer drinkers of Britain who have plenty of pressing issues that they want resolved.
Brad & Dan are two Aussies in a shack on a beach in Australia who spend their time answering the big questions in life posed by British boys who require a little guidance. The modern day agony aunts (or uncles) are more than happy to help the struggling Brits with their dilemmas.
Take, for instance, Craig from Leicester. He gives the boys a bell because he wants to know if it’s a good idea to get his girlfriend’s name tattooed on his body. His concern is that her name’s quite long and he won’t be able to fit it anywhere.
The boys want to know her name before they can help him with a decision. When they find out it’s Trudy Holloway, they want to know if she has a nickname. Fortunately she does, which allows Brad & Dan to suggest using that instead. They tell Craig to keep his girlfriend happy by tattooing the nickname and have “I love Peanut” instead of her full name.
And, in case Craig hadn’t considered the possibility of ever splitting up with Trudy, the boys spell it out for him: “That way if, heaven forbid, you and Trudy do split, you just have a tattoo expressing your love for a delicious small salted nut. And we all love peanuts!”
Of course, we all know that these two lager drinkers aren’t real, but the advice they’re more than happy to dish out as and when it’s required is pretty feet-on-the-ground stuff, that might actually be useful to someone watching out there. Nine times out of ten the advice Brad & Dan dispense is always a ‘good call’!
Founded in 1888, Rösle produces high quality 18/10 stainless steel utensils. Hardwearing and hygenic, they are suitable to be used every day in a busy kitchen and will continue to look good year after year. These quirl whisks are the best way to add a lot of volume and air to the mix, perfect for milkshakes, sauces and whipping cream.Made of 18/10 stainless steel.Dishwasher safe.
A Sturdy and Functional Red Whisk to Aid You in The Kitchen. KitchenAid offer a wide selection of utensils including turners, spatulas, pizza wheels, peelers, tongs & servers... The perfect accompaniment to your KitchenAid. The KitchenAid range of tools and utensils are developed with the enthusiastic home cook in mind. If you are passionate about cooking, eating and entertaining at home, you'll achieve professional results every time with KitchenAid. KitchenAid all started in 1919 with the legendary stand mixer. In the 90 years since, KitchenAid have built an entire kitchen of cooking and cleaning products around the same quality of craftmenship, versatile technology and timeless style. Through it all, the secret to KitchenAids success has alwasy been it's loyal customers. So heres to 90 years in the kitchen making meals, memories and milestones.