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It’s Getting Hot in Here!

Here comes the sun and its getting hot in here!    (How many of the 16 summer song titles can you spot in our blog?) The temperatures are rising and whilst the sun is shining in the UK. Too much sun exposure is dangerous, and the heat can be very uncomfortable for us all. Here are a few ways to keep cool this summer in our heatwave. STAY HYDRATED Staying hydrated is essential not just in the summer time but all year round. Being dehydrated can affect our energy levels…

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Montpellier’s guide to buying the right hob

Energy Efficiency Under current legislation, hobs do not require an energy label so do not have an energy rating. The most efficient type of hob currently is an induction hob, as it heats the pan directly, rather than the hob surface. Sizes Standard hobs come with either two, four or five cooking zones. However, the dimensions for each size of hob can differ quite a lot. Always check the dimensions of a new hob before you buy to make sure it will fit in the space on your work surface.…

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Frighteningly Good Halloween Celebrations

Happy Halloween! It’s that time of year when we get to dress up just for the sheer fun of it! But Halloween is not a modern holiday, it dates back over 2000 years ago.  When ancient Celts commemorated the end of the harvest season, between the fall equinox and the winter solstice by lighting bonfires, dancing and wearing masks to ward off spirits – sound familiar?   Over the years this evolved, (10th century) when Christianity adapted this celebration to All Saints Day on the 1st November, and the 2nd of…

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Man Cave & She Shed’s

Man Caves and She Shed’s are perfect for all sorts of reasons like hiding from your kids and having some time out, a place to share with friends and family, to study and work hard on your own, a retreat for mindfulness or a space to do crafting the reasons are endless. These places have been created in garages, lofts, cellars, summer houses and sheds, anywhere there is a space!  A retreat of your very own and a place you can design as your heart desires, as anything goes. A…

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Gingersnaps aren’t just for Christmas, thin, crunchy and full of spice, they are easy to make and ideal for your biscuit treat. July the 1st is National Gingersnap day so it’s only right that this week’s recipe is dedicated to Gingersnaps! The main difference between gingersnaps and gingerbread is that gingersnaps are baked for longer, which is where the crisp “snap” come from. Gingersnaps are also cut into circles rather than all different shapes. Ingredients:  350g plain flour 175g soft brown sugar 100g butter 1 large free range egg 1…

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Time For A Cuppa

Here at EAW in Rotherham Yorkshire we love a good cuppa! Tell us how you like yours? There’s a cuppa for everyone, whether it’s milky, black, strong or sweetened! A cuppa tea for every occasion, solving problems with friends over a chat and a biscuit, which brings a whole other discussion about dunking!  A moments peace and quiet with your favourite cup first thing in the morning or a bedtime routine, or just getting through the day at work, lives revolve around tea! We sell a variety of kettles to…

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Blueberry & Honey Overnight Oats

Blueberry and Honey overnight oats is easy to make (less than 10 minutes in fact!) and a tasty way to start your day. Keeping your tummy fuller for longer they are high in fibre. With added ingredients such a fruit, honey, seeds and milk your breakfast is full of vitamins and minerals too. This recipe serves 1. Ingredients 40g blueberries 60g oats 2 tablespoons honey 60g milk 30g Greek yoghurt or Protein powder 1 tablespoon chia seeds This recipe can all be mixed in one bowl, then poured into your…

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National Frozen Food Day

Thanks to frozen food we never have to cook, food can be kept in the freezer for 3 months or longer. March the 6th is this year’s frozen food day. Why not celebrate with a cooked frozen meal in front of the telly? Frozen food may have been around for decades, but it wasn’t until after the creation of the microwave in the 1940’s that heating frozen foods became much easier. Today you will see aisles of frozen foods in grocery stores from different brands with many dietary habits and…

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Cooker Hoods

Cooker hoods are not normally the first thing you think about when upgrading your kitchen, however they are incredibly usefull. Sitting above your hobs or cookers this appliance prevents your kitchen from collecting dirt and grease a well as removing odours during cooking. Types of Cooker Hoods   A wide range of cooker hoods can be used for extraction or re-circulation. An extraction cooker hood works by extracting the smells and grease by pumping it outside using ducting. This method is more efficient but can be louder as more power…

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Carrot Cake Overnight Oats

Overnight oats are a perfect go-to, make-ahead breakfast ideal for busy mornings.  They are healthy and full of natural filling power. Making oats the night before is like cooking them, by soaking the oats you are breaking down the starch and reducing the natural phytic acid, helping your body utilize the oat’s nutrients more efficiently. Carrot cake overnight oats is easy to make and full of flavour. The preparation time is only 10 minutes and there is no cooking involved. This recipe serves 1 but can easily be altered for…

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