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“Cooking with gas”

published 27/07/2015

AdvantagesBarbeques are fun!

DisadvantagesDanger of burnt food!

...saying that he thought we should convert to gas. I was flabbergasted! But that?s not a real barbeque I protested! I like sausages masquerading as bits or charcoal (or is the other way around?)! I like the fact that you have to wait for ages until the barbeque is ready for cooking ? that?s valuable drinking time! But, Mr P painstakingly explained, that?s all very well on a beach in the Caribbean...

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“Cooking on gas”

published 13/07/2014

AdvantagesEasy to use, excellent price


...and press the ignition button. In use One of the main reasons why I wanted a gas hob was that I felt I had better control over the temperature that I was cooking something at, for example it is much easier to turn the gas up or down (normally down for me as I tend to cook everything on a high heat and end up burning it, hence why I am not allowed to cook much). I find that all the rings before...

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AdvantagesFive rings, safety gas cut off feature, high-speed cooking, easy to clean

DisadvantagesCould be too long for smaller kitchens, not the cheapest if you're on a budget

...This hob was another of the appliances we had installed when we had our new kitchen fitted a few months ago. Previously we had been using an electric hob, and we decided we would prefer a gas hob as the electric one took forever to get to temperature. This hob was chosen due to the fact it was a 5-pan hob, with a large plate in the centre for woks, which is something we use quite often in our...

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