The start of a new year is the perfect time to make a few resolutions for the 12 months ahead, but it can be difficult to know what to prioritise and what to put at the top of your list. When it comes to the kitchen, you could certainly do a lot worse than to resolve to reduce the amount of food you waste – so if this is something you’re interested in, here are a few top tips to help you get started this January.Read More»
With Christmas upon us, it can be tempting to tuck into the boxes of chocolates and indulge in our favourite treats. But many will be left feeling sluggish come January, with our jeans a little tighter and our energy levels depleted.
It’s time to get out all of your favourite kitchen cookware and learn how to reorganise your kitchen spaces like a professional chef. These tips from the Tasting Table could revolutionise your kitchen’s storage capacity and your cooking life!Read More»
Retro is a popular theme in home decor, and kitchens have so many opportunities to bring back some of the best parts of yesteryear that they’re an obvious place to start.Read More»
Keeping food in good quality kitchen storage containers is the very basic way to preserve food, but there’s a lot more you could be doing in your kitchen to reduce the amount of waste your household produces. Try these tips from ITV News on cutting out the waste and making sure our food lasts longer.Read More»
While you’re probably excited about Christmas Day, and the lead up to it, you may also be worrying about your bank balance and how you’re going to afford presents as well as a good spread for everyone coming for Christmas dinner.Read More»
We know that it’s still a month or so until Christmas Day, but it doesn’t hurt to be prepared and if you’re catering for the whole family or a large group of friends then the last thing you want to be worrying about is how to cook the perfect turkey.
If you always find excuses to avoid cooking for yourself, now could be the time to try and get into better habits.Read More»
Unlike Italian, Indian or even Thai dishes, Japanese food has yet to make into most British homes as an option on the dinner table.