New Delivery Van Fleet for Price Kitchens

Aug
19
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Price Kitchens are proud to announce our newly designed and delivered fleet of delivery vans, with our updated logo for all to see. The new delivery vans are specifically designed for the transport of new kitchen units, so you can be sure of the safety and security of your kitchen renovation. Fast and Friendly Delivery and Installation Service Our new fleet of state-of-the-art delivery vans…
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Families Encouraged to create Healthy Recipes

Jul
14
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Diabetes UK is encouraging families throughout Worcestershire to get creative in the kitchen in a children’s recipe competition. The competition’s aim is to get parents and children working together to create altogether healthier and more nourishing meals in a big to reduce the amount of sugar they ingest daily. There are countless fun and creative recipes that make good use of natural sugars in order…
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Is Your Fridge too Big?

Jun
04
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Sometimes our eyes are bigger than our stomachs and this can be a real set-back, particularly if we are trying to lose weight or eat a little healthier. Part of the problem is the fact that food is always so readily available and you can keep it for far longer than you used to be able. Fridges and freezers are constantly getting bigger in order…
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Four Quick and Easy Cleaning Tips

May
18
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Finding time to clean the kitchen can be difficult, but if you’ve recently treated yourself to a brand new gorgeous kitchen design, here are some handy tips that will help take a little off your plate, so to speak! Broken Glass – Using a single slice of white bread you can gently press and collect broken glass without leaving any tiny shards behind. This is…
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50 Shades of Grey Kitchens

Jan
19
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To celebrate the launch of Valentine’s hit release Fifty Shades of Grey, we thought we’d share own shades of grey with you. From Wakefield to Windsor and Madison to Milbourne – our beautiful kitchen designs could give Christian a run for his money when it comes to working up a sweat in the heat of Valentine’s Day romance… In fact, boasting 69 different shades of…
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Organising your Freezer Part 2

Dec
12
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Once you have bagged all of your loose produce it is time to start portioning off your food for freezing. This way you can find clear, labelled, perfectly sized portions for any meal you might fancy that evening! Freeze in Portions It is always better to portion out your food whenever you have the time, as portions freeze quicker and are also quicker to defrost.…
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Preventing Bad Smells from Pervading your Cupboards

Dec
09
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Even though they are full of condiments and packets of pasta and stock sometimes kitchen cupboards can become musty and start to smell over time. In order to prevent this musty smell from pervading and settling into your nice produce, there are a few things you can do to keep your kitchen cupboards smelling clean and fresh. Give them a rinse By emptying out the…
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Keeping Dairy Tips

Nov
19
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Dairy can be a fiddly thing to get right. While you are busy keeping your kitchen worktops tidy, milk and cream can sour quickly and can mean a nasty mouthful if you don’t realise that the milk or the cream has gone off. As they often accompany another type of food, this not only means you've eaten sour milk or cream; you've also ruined that…
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Lighting and Warming up your Kitchen in the Winter

Nov
04
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  As the cold of the winter starts eagerly settling into our homes and our bones, we often turn to fireplaces and cranking the heating up in order to keep our houses warm and cosy. With fitted kitchens that don’t have a roaring fireplace incorporated into the design or with adaptive kitchens that have no space for a fireplace, it can be hard to keep…
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Keeping Children Safe While Cooking – Part 2

Oct
21
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Part 2 of our ‘cooking with kids’ safety guide will cover choosing the right sort of meals to bake and cook with your kids. It is important to choose a meal that is easy to follow and doesn’t have too many steps as children, particularly young children can get bored and distracted easily. If they get bored then they can often become easily agitated and…
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