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La Cornue, the celebrated specialist range cooker maker has launched its Flamberge Rotisserie, a new built in gas rotisserie for would-be home chefs.
The Flamberge Cabinet can be used indoors or outdoors and will transform the preparation of meat, fish and poultry, with an innovative mixture of air circulation and continuous rotation: The Rotisserie has three adjustable spits that rotate slowly, permitting the meat juices to drip onto vegetables positioned below, therefore cooking two mouth-watering dishes at the same time. The spit is designed to allow for efficient cooking without the flames touching the meat, resulting in perfectly cooked food without scorching. The Flamberge also provides solutions for kitchen storage, with a purpose built cabinet that can easily be adapted to suit the style of any kitchen, including a choice of drawers and baskets, or even a fine-looking butcherâ€™s trolley. The appliance is heated by a 9kW gas burner and made from solid cast iron and can easily be built into a wall or cabinet to save space. It is the just the thing for hosting large groups, for both its large cooking capacity and its striking appearance, making it sure to become a talking point.
The Flamberge is part of the Chateau culinary range from La Cornue, hand made in the companyâ€™s factory near Paris. Priced from Â£8,000.
Latest research from AGA Rangemaster reveals that we are baking more than we did this time last year.
And a huge rise in the sales of bakeware, shows the most popular cake this Christmas is not a traditional cake or pudding, but the mini-muffin.
AGA Rangemasterâ€™s Great British Kitchen survey, reveals that over a third of Britons (36%) are baking more than they did a year ago.
Upgrading the kitchen is currently the most popular home improvement and the organisers of The Kitchen & Bathroom Show, at the Harrogate International Centre from 5th to 7th November, have come up with some great top tips to help you create that dream kitchen.
Also if youâ€™re looking to extend, improve, enhance or even build your own home, then pay a visit to the co-located Homebuilding & Renovating Show with over 200 exhibitors.
Tickets to The Kitchen and Bathroom Show give entry to both Shows.
Create a Personal Storyboard
Start by imagining yourself in the kitchen and think about the way you like to cook, entertain or spend time with friends and family. Cut out pictures of kitchens that inspire you, collect samples and build up a storyboard of styles, appliances, colours and materials. Add an outline plan of your kitchen with dimensions and positions of windows and doors. Now youâ€™re ready to speak to the experts.
Kitchen connoisseur Wolf has introduced the Gas Range, the ultimate all-round cooking appliance for both the at-home cook and celebrity chef alike.
Coveted as the must-have kitchen appliance, the Gas Range combines form and function, to provide unrivalled precision, reliable results and sophisticated design aesthetics.
True to Wolfâ€™s trademark style, the sleek, stainless steel range offers innovative, easy to use features.
Reliability and efficiency have always been at the heart of the Rayburn concept. But now, with the advent of the new 480 CD, these benefits are even more pronounced.
Rayburn understands that a dependable heating system is essential in order to provide comfort and hot water all year round.
The 480 CD has a balanced flue, which means that there is no need for a chimney and it can be conveniently situated against any suitable outside wall.
The government is offering a Â£400 rebate when you replace an existing, working G-rated oil or gas boiler with a modern A-rated boiler.
But with Rayburn’s innovative boiler scrappage incentive, there are no fewer than THREE ways to save:
Rayburn’s 480CD gas condensing central heating boiler is A-rated, so if it is purchased to replace an older G-rated boiler you will qualify for the government’s scrappage rebate of Â£400.*
From September 17th to October 10th, AGA will be celebrating the 300th anniversary of its foundry at Coalbrookdale, with a host of special events in its network of shops around the UK.
Itâ€™s 300 years since famed engineer Abraham Darby first smelted coke with iron ore at the landmark Shropshire foundry, sparking the Industrial Revolution that changed forever how we live.
To mark the anniversary, AGA shops around the country will become true destination venues, as they line up a series of events for all the family, each designed to be informative and fun.
The timetable of events to mark the 300th anniversary of AGAâ€™s Coalbrookdale foundry, coincides with the launch of a programme to transform older AGAs everywhere.
With a simple upgrade, owners of older cookers will be able to take advantage of new technology, offering considerable savings on energy use and running costs.
The nationwide upgrade campaign â€“ called the Authentic AGA Upgrade Programme, offers retro-fit programmable burners to the owners of oil, gas and electric AGA cookers.
If youâ€™re searching for a statement piece for your kitchen this summer, look no further than La Cornueâ€™s new â€˜colours of the momentâ€™, Aqua and Coral!
In the aquamarine stove featured here, the hoods and Flamberge spit, find a new elegance that subtly transforms in changing light – the colour is as sweet as a sugared almond, as light as the sky’s reflection and as cool as a pebble in clear water.
An aquamarine ChÃ¢teau is an irresistible invitation to the at home chef, to cook up the most bewitching flavours.
Gracing every continental catwalk, the energy-injecting coral tone is both bold, beautiful and is set to be a kitchen â€˜must haveâ€™ this summer.
In introducing this passionate pantone, La Cornue is ensuring kitchen accessories are at the forefront of this seasons hottest trends!
This summer AGA is launching a programme to transform older AGAs everywhere; with a simple upgrade, owners of older cookers will be able to take advantage of new technology, offering considerable savings on both energy use and running costs.
More than half of all AGA cookers sold today are fully programmable, enabling owners to enjoy significant savings on running costs; therefore AGA wants as many owners as possible to take advantage of this new technology.
From July 1st, a nationwide upgrade campaign will begin, offering retro-fit programmable burners to the owners of oil, gas and electric AGA cookers; most AGAs in service today are upgradeable.