Inverter technology is a new feature in microwave ovens, bringing microwave cooking to a higher level.
Video demo of the Kenwood as a great British tin can opener with a personal detailed illustrative review and recommendations; also compares other types and models of tin openers, manual and electric.
Review and recommendations for bread makers; illustrated showcase from what we use in our kitchen, with advice, tips and suggestions on choosing the best bread maker for your requirements.
Nutribullet 900 series versus Kenwood Smoothie 2go. Which blender I chose and why. Blending for health. Comparison pictures.
The Magic Food Processor is by far the best money can buy. Guaranteed to last for years and years, you can be sure that your Magimix food processor will slice, chop, liquidize, knead, mix or whatever you need done to your food, with the utmost ease and convenience.
The Hamilton Beach Commercial 12 Cup Coffee Maker brews a perfect cup of coffee. Even better is that it keeps your coffee warm without ruining the flavor. It is designed to be heavy-duty, which it is, but it doesn't have an industrial look, instead it is quite pretty sitting on your kitchen counter.
From personal experience, my review of the cordless Russell Hobbs Jug Kettles with a detailed look at their various features including ergonomic design, viewing window and pouring spout.
Want to make a cup of drip coffee for yourself but don't want to break out the electric coffee maker? Single-serve coffee using coffee drippers (or filter cones, pour-over drip makers, or coffee filter holders) are becoming more and more...
My review for the best deep fat fryers based on my experiences of using these kitchen appliances; to mainly cook chips (French Fries in America). I also look at alternative methods of frying chips.
If you have a KitchenAid Stand Mixer, it makes sense to use the range of mixer attachments available for ice cream, pasta, grinding and shredding!