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Pots n’ Pans

By | 19 June 2014

A decent cooking vessel will earn its keep in a busy kitchen. If you purchase wisely and care for it well, it could last you for decades. Many of my […]

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Is it time for a kitchen spruce up?

By | 10 June 2014

Some kitchens look so good that you want to be in them, using the equipment, cooking, serving a meal, all of the time. If you want that same feeling in […]

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The Five Best Oven Buys for Big, Busy Families

By | 5 June 2014

There are so many ovens on the market, it can be hard to know where to start. So we’ve taken a look at five very different types of oven, and […]

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Good Morning

By | 5 June 2014

There are some people who ‘can’t eat breakfast’, preferring to make do with a cup of coffee until mid morning. I am not one of them. I love my breakfast […]

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New Porcelain Tiles from Original Style

By | 8 May 2014

Original Style have just added more than 200 new wall and floor tiles to their porcelain and ceramic tile ranges, many of which include realistic effects such as metal, concrete, wood and stone. Metallic […]

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Don’t Move, Improve. Your Dream Kitchen is on it’s Way

By | 31 March 2014

It probably comes as no surprise that so far 2014 is showing that record numbers of homeowners are choosing to expand their homes rather than move to bigger properties. With […]

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Beetroot Burgers

By | 7 February 2014

These Beetroot Burgers make a regular appearance on our dinner table. Other than my beetroot-shunning daughter (who normally gravitates towards anything pink), everyone I’ve ever cooked one of these for […]

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Put Your Plates on a Pedestal

By | 24 January 2014

Most kitchens force us to hide away our pots, pans and plates behind cupboard doors, but a kitchen can be filled with character when these everyday items are displayed with […]

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The New Craftsmen Pop-Up at The Garage

By | 6 December 2013

Incongruously tucked away in a disused mews garage in the heart of Mayfair is The New Craftsmen pop-up shop.  Founded in 2012, The New Craftsmen is a network of makers […]

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A Scandilicious Beetroot and Ginger Soup

By | 5 December 2013

I’ve long had a passion for everything Scandinavian: from Hans. J. Wegner’s CH24 Wishbone Chair and double-bills of Borgen on a Saturday night to Bjorn Wiinblad ceramics and Scandinavian cooking. […]

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