Whether you are living with friends, family, strangers, heading back to University or starting your first year, it’s pretty much inevitable that there will be disagreements about cleaning. In a shared house, your oven will probably be used a lot, especially if you all cook separately, so it’s vital that you all do as much as possible to keep it clean! But what can you do to avoid arguments about cleaning your oven? Create a rota It may be a good idea to sit down and sort out a schedule with your housemates, so that everyone takes it in turns to clean the oven.
It’s #NationalCupcakeWeek, which gives you an excuse to bake and eat as many cupcakes as you like! Vanilla cup-cakes are so easy to make, yet taste delicious and are perfect for so many occasions. You will need: 100g soft butter/margarine100g caster sugar2 free range eggs2 teaspoons of vanilla extract1 teaspoon of baking powder Method: 1.
Induction cooking is a new cooking phenomenon which has started to generate a lot of interest over the last few years, and it’s not really a surprise with the tempting appeal of an its powerful instant heating, energy efficiency and user-friendliness. There’s one question that people seem to continually ask… How exactly does an induction hob work? We’re going to provide a brief introduction to an induction hob and also give you some tips and advice on how to clean them successfully.
Historically, a kitchen’s function was a practical place where food could be prepared, cooked and served. But overtime kitchens have transformed into far more than just cooking stations – your kitchen is at the heart of your home where family and friends come together and create memories.