If you’re like most people, you probably have heard of the phrase ‘two heads are better than one’. If you haven’t, in a nut shell it means when two people come together to solve a problem, it is usually better than working alone.
That’s why all Liebherr fridge-freezers have DuoCooling – two completely independent cooling circuits systems. Because why just have one, when you can have two, right? When it comes to refrigeration, DuoCooling delivers clear benefits and results compared to traditional cooling methods. And it helps to solve a few of the world’s first problems when it comes to refrigeration and freezing.Read More ›
In 1830 William Flavel invented ‘The Kitchener’. It was the world’s first range cooker which has since influenced Falcon cookers for subsequent generations. Boiling, roasting and warming all from the same heat source (solid fuel) ‘The Kitchener’ was a cooking revolution. For more than five generations Falcon has evolved and just like in the yesteryear, today it is a market leader in upright range cookers. Benefiting from over 187 years of manufacturing experience, every Falcon cooker is made in Royal Leamington Spa Warwickshire, United Kingdom, the same site the very first Kitchener was made. Of course, the manufacturing processes and the technology has changed since then, but Falcon’s commitment to producing exceptionally engineered, largely handmade and beautifully designed upright cookers, has not.Read More ›
With Easter fast approaching – so too does the annual dilemma associated with it – should Easter chocolate be kept in the refrigerator, freezer or at room temperature? For every other day chocolate consumers this question can raise anxiety levels even in the coolest of calm people. For life long chocolate aficionados, Easter chocolate is just another variety to which they continue on whatever practises they already have in place (whether that be to chill, freeze or maintain room temperature for best consumption).Read More ›
When it comes to Easter there are many food traditions and Easter customs practised which may be defined by religious beliefs, cultural upbringing or country of birth. One such custom is the giving of chocolate Easter eggs which come in all shapes and sizes. From the traditional egg shape to rabbits and bilby’s – Easter gifts now take on many forms, with chocolate being the central theme.
So with Easter just around the corner we thought we’d share our gorgeous Chocolate & Hazelnut Torte recipe. And the best bit is, if you don’t get a chance to make it before Easter, it would also be a fantastic way to use up left over Easter chocolate (is there such a thing as left over Easter chocolate)?Read More ›
Without fail each year at Christmas time (or for any other large event for that matter) our family is faced with the dilemma of how we are going to fit everything into the small oven to cook. Everything is timed down to the last minute to ensure we meet our own food demands. We take the opportunity to use just about every cooking apparatus and appliance in the home including BBQs, Webbers and Air Fryers – just to try and accomplish our meal goals.Read More ›