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Christmas Day made easy, with your Rangemaster range cooker
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Tuesday, 28th November 2017
If I was only allowed to pick one day out of the three hundred and sixty five days in a year that I grateful for being a Rangemaster Range Cooker Owner that would definitely have to be Christmas Day. I have quite a large family and being the only foodie in the family, I somehow manage every year to get the job of Christmas lunch. So this year with fifteen for Christmas dinner, yeah that’s right fifteen hunger and often slightly merry mouths to feed, I truly am grateful for my Rangemaster Range Cooker. The Rangemaster Ovens have the largest oven capacities on the market, the main multifunction oven has a 73 litre capacity and the tall ovens in the 90cm and 100cm appliances have a 67 litre and 82 litre capacity respectively, making feeding a large number of people just that little bit easier.0 Comments
Buying, Defrosting, And Cooking Your Christmas Turkey In A Rangemaster Oven, Plus Making The Gravy!
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Thursday, 1st December 2016
If you are cooking a turkey for the first time it can be daunting!
Here are some tips to help you produce the best roast turkey ever!....
Musings on Christmas dinner
Posted by Gill Bland Tuesday, 8th December 2015
Christmas dinner - the most wonderful meal of the year?
I’m going to have come clean on this subject. I have only ever cooked Christmas dinner once. I massively over catered and I over cooked the veg. But, despite the spiced red cabbage mountain left after my attempt I’m not averse to the idea of trying again because you know what? I’m pretty certain that the cook is more critical on themselves than anyone else is of their cooking when it comes to Christmas dinner. In fact how about we don’t call it that? Let’s call it a turkey roast dinner to celebrate Christmas. It’s not your only dinner of the Christmas period after-all and there’s a lot more to Christmas than that one meal.0 Comments
Prepare ahead for Christmas
Posted by Guest Blogger Tuesday, 3rd December 2013
As the song goes "It's the most wonderful time of the year". I don't know about you, but I just HATE it when one of my colleagues announces in September that all of the Christmas shopping has been completed. I consider myself a very organised man, but Christmas, I'm never ready, but I love Christmas. If it's with my family its back to Belfast or if it's with Mother-In-Law it's off to Frankfurt. I'm always back in London after a few days away for New Year to celebrate with friends. In essence, it's a week of dinners...0 Comments