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When it comes to the Supper Club there is probably less exciting time than January; or so you think. You see, you will have been bombarded with this notion of “clean eating” a concept so misguided it takes the fun out of food, life and anything resembling fun. Alas, there is no such thing and...
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Christmas has been and gone. You’ve cleaned up, you’re getting your life into some sort of order and then boom, New Year’s plans are right in front of you. From singing a song which you still don’t quite know the words to, to making last minute changes and arrangements, life’s a little complicated in these...
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Hidden appliances. Smart devices. ‘Tuxedo’ panelling. Island integration. They could all feature as the chapter titles to a Ian Fleming or John Le Carre novel, but they are just some of the kitchen design trends that will start to land in 2017, if the trade magazines and shows are anything to go by. Integration therefore...
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Over the Christmas period, the UK sells 370 million mince pies. That’s right, 370 million. The average brit eats 27 mince pieces each and more worryingly, 74 million mince pies get thrown out each year. If you wanted to know what contributed to some of the biggest food waste (and expanding waistlines) here is your...
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If Jona Lewie was to believed, thanks to his 1980 hit, you “could always find him in the kitchen at parties.” Of course, we would naturally say that you should find yourself in the kitchen at parties, after all that’s what we make, kitchens. However with the advent of larger kitchen dining areas, and more...
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Today’s blog post is all about food and music. You may be wondering why, but your kitchen is a creative place, and when you choose your kitchen from Stefano De Blasio Kitchens & Interiors (or somewhere else – we don’t know why) you aren’t just buying a piece of furniture, you’re creating your dream living space. The...
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Chef Antonio Carluccio was adamant, “when you think Italy, you start to put oregano, basil, parsley, garlic, which is not at all [right].” This was not the way to make a Bolognese sauce. Of course, step into any Italian restaurant be it in the UK or across Europe, and the menu will have its own...
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Ever since supper clubs found fame on Channel 4’s, Come Dine With Me, viewers have been treated to a hodgepodge of food mixes, dinner time bickering and bizarre after meal entertainment. Of course, that’s not what supper clubs are or should be about. We are living in the halcyon days of inspired kitchen cooking, and...
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