3 fun ways to eat your greens

Sep
30
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1st October is World Vegetarian Day, so what better way to celebrate the harvest season than by cooking up some delicious vegetable dishes? Here are 3 recipes that are not only super healthy, but super tasty too. Courgette Pesto If you have a glut of courgettes in your vegetable beds or simply want a tasty change from your regular pesto sauce, here’s how to turn…
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Recycling your used Coffee Grounds

Sep
23
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If you’re a fan of delicious, well blended coffee, how do you end up disposing of the coffee grounds? Do you just chuck them in the bin? Do you sprinkle them over your flowers or mulch them for compost? Coffee grounds have a number of great uses after you’ve made a good cup of coffee and some of them might just surprise you. Compost The…
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Cleaning your Food

Aug
21
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Cleaning Food is incredibly important and it is crucial to remember that a lot of our fruits and vegetables have been sprayed with pesticides, which can be harmful if ingested by humans. When in doubt, make sure to give it a clean! ‘Ready to eat’ and ‘pre-washed’ labelled foods should be fine to cook straight off the bat, however. Cleanse your Mussels! In order to…
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Storing Vegetables

Jul
24
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When it comes to keeping fruit and vegetables fresh and crisp often we are restricted to using the produce within the first few days of buying them. Another alternative is to freeze our fruit and buy frozen vegetables but this can sap some of the flavour and nutrients out of the produce. You can also buy Tupperware pots to keep your fruit and veg fresher,…
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Easy Cutting Fruit and Vegetables

Jul
10
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When you’re working within a time limit, particularly with cooking, there can be times when a little slip up or a misstep can cause an accident or injury. Often the offending injury is nothing more than a cut thumb or a little burn, but still this can be annoying and it does hurt! There are several vegetables which aren’t quite shaped for easy cutting; however…
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Re-using Old Vegetables

Jun
12
Author: PriceK
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Most of us lead busy lives. Work, play, cleaning, cooking, sleeping, it’s a hard life! From time to time we can forget that we’ve bought the ingredients for a certain type of dinner in the fridge or on another night we are simply too tired to cook and just opt for a bowl of soup. So, over time these food items spoil particularly vegetables and…
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Freezing Food

May
06
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Whether your kitchen is large or small, traditional or contemporary, with beautiful designs from Price Kitchens we can help you find the perfect kitchen for you. When it comes to freezing food, it is important to know what is going to freeze well and what you might be better of making into a meal to eat that day, as you really don’t want to fill…
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Neutralising Strong Odours

May
02
Author: PriceK
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When it comes to strong scents, although the bathroom often wins out in terms of bad odours, the kitchen is definitely the gold prize winner of strong odours, be they good or bad or simply a little overpowering. Whether or not you’re a big fan of grilled mushrooms, freshly fried scampi or heavy-on-the-garlic garlic pizza bread, these scents can cling to surfaces and leave a…
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Tips for Frozen Food

Mar
18
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Good organisation is crucial when it comes to having what you need, when you need it. Here at Price Kitchens we understand the importance of good design and good organisation and that is why we have some helpful hints for putting your freezer to good use when it comes to preparing meals. Frozen Herbs Herbs can make a great addition to any dish, so to…
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Making Your Food Last Longer

Mar
13
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At Price Kitchens we are eager to ensure that you make the most out of your perishable foods. Whether it is fresh fruit and vegetables, marmalades and other spreads or fresh meats, there are some great ways to ensure that your food tastes better and lasts longer, by following these simple tips. Crystallised Jams If you love honey or jam, but only as the occasional…
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