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By matthewgribbin, Oct 11 2017 06:44PM

The first week of October has been and gone and my initial thoughts are brrr! I don’t know if anyone else is with me on this one but it seems as though closing the door on September has ultimately closed the door on summer and has opened a Pandora’s Box of wind, rain, greyness and chills (except for that one day of sunshine so far!). Despite the cooling temperatures and what appears to be incessant dampness, October, or speaking seasonally, autumn has to be one of my favourites.

For as the clocks go back and the nights draw in and we awake to crisp cold mornings that often bring autumnal mist, we can look forward to breathtaking fiery hues that are put simply, a stunning seasonal delight. The skies will play host to dazzling displays of starling murmuration and will also bear witness to the annual return of millions of birds and ducks that are escaping harsher winters from countries as far afield as the Arctic. For birds such as fieldfares, redwings, geese and swans, food is easier to find in the UK and as autumn is the season of plenty, there will be an abundance of fruits, nuts and seeds for birds and animals to help them build up their fat reserves ready for hibernation, migration or the forthcoming winter.

Speaking of fuel for the cold months ahead, what seasonal foods do we (as humans) have to look forward to? Autumn is about juicy pears, crisp apples and delicious veggies like butternut squash, kale and brussel sprouts that are packed full of vitamin C to help fight off those wretched winter coughs and colds. Seasonal meats and game include goose, duck, venison and rabbit; for those fish and seafood lovers, mackerel, mussels and crab are a must. Don’t forget that foods are sold cheaper when there’s a glut, so take advantage of this season’s foods and whip up some tasty delights.

There are so many scrummy autumn recipes that will boost your immune system whilst keeping you satisfied as the dreaded dark nights descend like cheesy autumn mushrooms, simple squash risotto, tasty Thai pumpkin soup and yummy pear and blackberry crumbles. For those wanting something a little bit special, try Antonio Carluccio’s mouth-watering Mushroom crostini starter, followed by Silvena Rowe’s delighful Pomegranate glazed duck with bulgar, chickpea and pomegranate pilaf, and to finish, Antony Worrall Thompson’s perfect Pumpkin pie; delicious!! Well that’s my next dinner party sorted!!

By matthewgribbin, Jul 31 2016 05:44PM

ALL work carried out on any duel fuel ( electric ovens gas hob ), full gas ( gas ovens and gas hob ) or liquid petroleum gas range cooker should be carried out by gas safe registered engineer. It does not matter if it is electrical work or gas work.

Many people believe it is acceptable for a non gas safe registered engineer to work on an electric oven with gas hob, this is not the case. If the cooker has to be removed from it's position, any hotplates or panels removed a non-gas safe registered engineer does not have the skills or necessary equipment or legal certificate to carry out this repair.

This is not to be alarming or fill a customer full of dread and fear about their range cooker repair engineer, it has been known for insurance companies to refuse payouts for any damage caused by a non gas safe engineer working on a gas appliance. Full gas safe details can be found here and if you do you require a gas safe registered engineer to repair your range cooker then use range cooker care.

By matthewgribbin, May 31 2016 09:24PM

Multifunctions ovens have up to 9 functions for customers to use, but just like your washing machine most people use just one or two. If you were to try and use all functions on the oven, not only does each function cook specific dishes to perfection, you will also prolong the elements and motors inside the oven by spreading the workload across the whole oven. So next time your cooking instead of going straight to the fan oven setting why not try: bottom element only for pizzas; fan assisted grill when grilling; conventional oven setting for baking. If you are unsure of any functions you could always give us a call, we dont charge for advice you know.

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