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Everyone loves an afternoon tea, it's been part of the British aristocracy for years, giving a sense of elegance to those of us who enjoy a simple cup of tea and piece of cake, here's our top tips for producing the perfect afternoon tea.
Moving into a new home is an exciting time for anyone, it gives you a blank canvas in creating the perfect setting for you and your family. Adding to it is always a difficult decsion and sometimes the best ones are made when you fall in love with a particular piece, below are... Read more
We’re very proud of our network of brilliant bloggers, and we especially love seeing how they use our products. Here are some of our favourites to give you kitchen inspiration too!
It’s official, everybody is about to go Olympics mad. I can’t seem to walk down the street without seeing a Union Jack in some shape or form. But hey, why not? It is after all a time to celebrate and, of course an excuse to get baking!
The term ‘celebrity chef’ seems to describe more or less anyone who can wield a saucepan and smile at the camera these days. But who were the pioneering ‘stars’ of the vintage kitchen?