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The KitchenWiz Summer Roadshow

With the pandemic slowing and restrictions easing, we are happy to announce that the KitchenWiz Summer Roadshow is back, offering you the chance to once again see our products in action and purchase your favourites.

We will be visiting cities across the UK over the summer months, including: Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Southampton, Belfast, Cardiff, Norwich and Exeter. A full list of venues, times and dates is available on our website.

Highlights will include the new, futuristic ‘smart range’ of fridges, ovens and appliances, using new and evolving technology to make your life easier. There will also be a demonstration of how the latest AI technology could mean that humans would never need to cook again.

With refreshments on arrival and demonstrations throughout the day, it’s the one event you don’t want to miss.

As usual, the event will be free of charge, but we urge you to book your tickets well in advance as demand for the events will be high.

Please visit our website, www.kitchenwiz.com to find out more and to book your tickets today.

Recipe of the Month – Every Flavour Muffins

Each month, we bring you our most viewed recipe from our website, and this month’s winner are our Every Flavour Muffins.

This very simple recipe can be used with your favourite ingredients, from chocolate chips to fudge pieces. Whatever takes your fancy, you can include it in our special recipe. Just follow these simple steps (with particular emphasis on the last one) and you’ll be eating Every Flavour Muffins in no time at all.

You will need:

2 eggs

200g caster sugar

250ml milk

125ml vegetable oil

400g plain flour

3tsp baking powder

1tsp salt

Icing sugar (optional)

Your favourite filling

Equipment 

Food mixer

Mixing bowls

Silicone mixing spoon

Baking cases

Guidelines

Set oven to 200 or 180 for fan oven

Beat the eggs, then add the oil and milk

Add sugar and whisk using an electronic whisker

Stir in the flour, baking power and salt

Add your favourite filling to the mix

Fill each case until two thirds full.

Cook in the oven for approximately 25 minutes, or until muffins are golden brown and the top is crisp.

Dust with icing sugar if required

Make yourself a cup of tea and enjoy


5 Tips on keeping children interested when cooking – good work.

One of the most challenging aspects of working in the kitchen is when the kids want to bake some tasty treats. Here are five tips to help the experience of cooking with the kids. Good work, this reads well.

Preparation

A bit obvious but ensure you have all the ingredients needed beforehand. The last thing your child wants to do is get dragged out to the shops because you forgot to buy vanilla essence.

Embrace the mess.

Accept it, it’s going to get messy. Weighing out flour may seem like most of it is on the floor than in the mixing bowl, so expect to be cleaning up while you’re waiting for the cookies to come out of the oven.

Expect Weird

Fairy cakes always come with little wings or pictures of unicorns, however, always be prepared for the cakes to be less fairy like and more monsterish. Let the creativity flow.

Patience is a virtue.

Cooking with children can be time-consuming, especially when everything has to be accurate. Be prepared for your little angel taking their time measuring things out.

Can I lick the bowl?

The all-important final stage of baking. This is a rite of passage for every child cooking with their parents. Don’t forget to save some for yourself though.

Note: This was used as part of an assignment on writing newsletters, for which Pete received a grade A.