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Buying Catering Equipment – How to Find Value for Money

Professional catering requires professional equipment to complete your work to the standard your clients expect. This means using highly professional equipment, designed to withstand the pressures of a busy professional kitchen. At the same time, you don’t want to spend a fortune on your catering equipment, especially if it isn’t going to serve you well. Finding a... Read More

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Is your Oven Suitable for your Needs as a Chef?

Ovens are one of the most fundamental pieces of kitchen equipment out there. A new oven can change the way you cook, and change the experience of the people you cook for. If you feel your oven isn’t meeting your needs, then it may be time to invest in a new one. When you are thinking about buying a new oven, you should: Think carefully about how you actually use your... Read More

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Morning Brew coffee: Tips to help you make a great cup of coffee

Coffee is one of the most loved beverages which also double(s) up as a stimulant. One very common way of brewing it is the French press method. The coffee maker in this case is usually characteristic of a simple pattern comprising of a glass carafe and a alongside it a handle attached. There is a lid which has a plunger fitted into it. It slightly protrudes right through the... Read More

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Major Benefits of Shopping Vintage Placemats Online

Vintage placements have become popular in many homes and restaurants in the U.K. With the increased demand of these placemats, there are many stores that have come up to provide them to customers. Thus, if you are shopping for the first time, it can be a bit tricky to select the best that will serve your needs more effectively. However, things have become easy with the rapid... Read More

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Seventies Style Retro Kitchen Accessories

The 1970s were an interesting time in American interior design. A movement away from the sleek, clean lines and minimalism of the midcentury modern movement that preceded it, seventies decor was warmer and more embellished. Earth tones and natural materials, like wicker and wood, marked a divergence from previous styles, influenced by the “hippie” movement that had now... Read More