A self-cleaning oven may seem like the best option with its ability to save you from undoubtedly the most hated household chore. However, when you delve deeper into the features of a self-cleaning oven, you will actually find that there are a few safety hazards which you should be aware of.
We can never truly say that barbecue season has arrived, as in the UK we have such unpredictable weather. BUT… in between showers, the weather forecasters are saying that all is not lost.
It’s that exciting time of the year again when the British tennis tournament commences, and the competition is now in full swing. But I think we would all agree that without strawberries and cream in some form, the competition just wouldn’t be the same, right?! Food makes up a big part of the tournament, which is why we’ve chosen a strawberries-and-cream-inspired dish for our recipe of the month – Strawberry and cream muffins! And of course, you can bake these in your oven! These tasty muffins will keep your spirits high during those tense, risky games, even if the results don’t go your way.
Food Safety Awareness (FSA) week is an annual event with the purpose of highlighting the importance of good food hygiene. Having a clean oven is a large part of having better food hygiene, as this is where many of your meals are prepared.
Cleaning the oven is tough, but keeping it spotless is practically impossible. One of the biggest culprits is food drips and crumbs that collect in the bottom of your oven and get baked on.