Saturday, September 1, 2012

Cooking up a storm - what’s going on in your kitchen?

We all have different likes and dislikes. What some people see as a chore, others may see as a joy. Cooking is a superb example of this. For some, throwing a pizza in the oven represents the maximum amount of effort they are prepared to expend. There are others, however, who are never happier than when they are positioned next to a stove, mixing bowl in hand, with five different dishes on the go.

The food revolution

There has definitely been an explosion in the cooking world recently, and we don’t mean of the ‘bang’ variety – although there has probably been a fair few of those too. You can barely turn on a TV today without seeing Jamie, Gordon or Heston doing their thing. The food revolution in the UK has been pretty spectacular, and many of us are now cooking things we wouldn’t even have dreamed of a few years ago – Thai fish cakes anyone?

It has been a remarkable transformation, and all the experimenting has produced some pretty delicious food. But all this cooking might have left our ovens a little worn out. They’ve never been used so much before and, inevitably, some parts will struggle to stand the heat. Hobs will deteriorate, grills will get cracked, and baked-on layers of overspills can be impossible to get rid of. Eventually, your cooker can really start to hold you back, just at the time when you are moving forward with your cooking.

Online and ‘on the hob’

Thankfully, acquiring a new cooker has never been easier. It’s worth reading reviews and asking around to see what cookers are best for your needs. But you’ll probably find the same few names cropping up time and time again. Indesit has been one of the leading manufacturers of kitchen appliances – including ovens – for some years now, and you can find a range of Indesit products online at Littlewoods.com. Simply make a list of the things you need, and determine which model is going to suit them best.

And when your new cooker is successfully installed, you can look forward to years of happy baking, stewing, flambéing and fricasseeing. Bon appétit!

Disclaimer: Article written by Catherine Lavinia of http://www.littlewoods.com/

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