Welcome to my Circulon Infinite Hard Anodised 20 cm French Skillet Frying Pan Review/Overview. I go over some of the best features of the pan and my personal experience with it. I hope you find the video helpful.
Hello all, this is my Review/Overview of the Dualit Jug Kettle, Black / Steel. The capacity is 1.5L which should be secifeinct for any house hold. The 3000W element is slightlit higher than avergae but Im not sure what real world diffr3ence that makes.
Morning all, this Le Creuset Cast Iron Frying Pan 26cm is my favourite frying pan so I just had to make a review/overview of it. While it is a little heavy the quality of the pan by far makes up for that.
The extra lip makes the pan more manageable and with the resin handle there is no need to worry about burning your self on the handle. It is a beautiful pan and fits well in any style of kitchen, I went for the classic "Volcanic Orange" with that colour there is no need to worry about being able to get matching extras as its their orginal colour and will always be in production.
The Alessi Juicy Salif Citrus Juicer is great for lemons and oranges, It is a very simple piece of design and simple to use and maintain. I was designed by Philippe Starck in the 80's and has stood the test of time.
Another great review from Jeremy.
Our good friend at Clean Cut made a great series of taco resturant reviews called Taco Tuesday, it's a fantastic little series so do enjoy.
The Tefal Induction Hob is an all round excellent value for money hob, I found it has a sufficiently large enough surface to cater for any regard domestic pan. The hob heats pans very quickly with it induction field.
If you are a dessert connoisseur then you need to try out one of the trendiest places in Soho, Cutter and Squidgelocated on Brewer street, has drummed in a lot of publicity due to hosting the pop up Hello Kitty café in their basement.
Using a friend’s birthday as a good excuse to try one of the colourful delights offered on the menu here – I indulged in a Vanilla sundae topped with Matcha syrup, rose petal s and raspberries. This costed £6.50. It was light and refreshing and was nice for a treat as the flavours were so different from my usual scoops.
The shop is also famous for their biscuits called ‘biskie’ which come in an assortment of colours and flavours making them the ultimate fashionistas dessert to enjoy. With a light and fluffy inside, you could also buy a box of 8 for £22.95 (Prices vary per flavour).
I feel the Dream Cakes need to be mentioned as they lure people in with their beautiful designs – alongside all the classics such as vanilla, raspberry ripple, chocolate you have a few with twists such as: LYCHEE KISS, PEANUT BANANA CARAMEL, OMG IT'S GREEN (matcha), these are also available in the free from wheat range. You can buy them in slices or whole cakes for celebrations. I highly recommend the ‘Nutella’ cake for that rich chocolate hit.
It is dearer that the usual café or chain cake shop but you are receiving a taste bud tingling experience. Great venue for dates and lingering moments where you just want to savour each bite in tranquillity.