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The country kitchen is one of the most desired designs for anyone looking to invest in a new kitchen for their family home. Whether you have a home that is in the middle of suburbia to a city centre, the idea that a country kitchen design and style in your home is something that you...
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They’re beautiful, they tell a wonderful story and they are now the latest in bragging rights when it comes to your culinary knowledge; cookbooks are your not-so-secret weapon in food and now, your kitchen look and feel. Over the years we have left them however to lie strewn on the side, out of sight and...
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One of the biggest barriers for people on deciding their new kitchen is actually having ideas on a whole variety of things; kitchen colours, to worktops. Will the appliances be integrated or freestanding? Will you opt for extending your kitchen or will you be changing the layout completely. Having clear ideas on what you want...
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August. Whether you’re jetting off for a week or two or enjoying the usual summer fayre that is the August holidays there is one thing that is for sure; August is a time when you start to shell out on barbecue food, shared platters and develop a taste for the “get together” with friends and...
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We’re into the second week of Wimbledon, strawberries and cream have been consumed and the tennis shining bright. Andy Murray is still flying the British flag, Federer is as graceful as a ballerina, Djokovic like Stretch Armstrong and Nadal keeps messing with his hair. Stop it. Obviously we can’t forget Johanna Konta proudly flying the...
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July. The time when school’s break up, the days have that lovely summer hue and you play roulette with the barbecue conundrum; should you or should you not. We love July, it’s the point where the year makes for great food, spending time together with friends, and for the lucky sorts, a getaway or two....
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Finally, we’ve hit May and the sun is beginning to shine, the food is getting brighter and we can enjoy a classic gin and tonic in the garden. But the big May time question is what kind of food menu can we be enjoying? Well there is lots to choose from this month, and we...
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There are many favourite drinks and cocktails around the homes of the UK; from a dry martini to a good glass of red or white, there is very little that this nation hasn’t either adapted, or invented in the drinks department and then exported around the world. In fact the drink culture in the UK...
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If you weren’t sure before, the feel of spring is really here. It’s light until 8pm, the mornings are starting to reclaim their springtime vigour and the sounds of birds chirping, the smells of freshly cut lawns and the the possibility of going for a walk in the day or evening without a torrential thunderstorm...
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We’ve all been there. The panic, the frustration, the false sense of knowing something that you know nothing of, but you can speak fondly of admiring it and thus you now have a label. That’s right, you’re a “wine lover.” And people mix ‘wine lover’ for ‘wine expert.’ The onus is now on you to...
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