It may all be a matter of taste, but is there an optimum number of frying and saucepans that you need? Like most students, I had a basic pan set which consisted of a large and small saucepan and a frying pan. This suited me at the time as I wasn’t that interested in spending … Continue reading How many pans do i need?
Knives come in all shapes and sizes, can vary in price massively and all weigh and feel differently in your hands. So how do you know you are buying the right knife for you? Before you buy there are some questions to ask yourself: Do you prefer a lightweight or a heavy knife Is the … Continue reading The Knife Is Right
Entrants must reside in the UK. Employees of ProCook, or anyone professionally associated with the competition are not eligible. Any information disclosed by participants upon competition entry becomes the property of ProCook The prize draw will be made on Friday 27th November 2015. All competition entrants are eligible. The closing date for entries is midnight … Continue reading Christmas Tri-Ply Competition 2015 Terms & Conditions
Combining cooking styles from France, Louisiana and West Africa, this is a true fusion dish which always gets people talking. A great thing about gumbo is that it can be made in a single pot, which means you don’t spend ages cleaning up afterwards! Serve with steamed rice as a centrepiece and make sure you … Continue reading shrimp & chicken gumbo
A rich, thick and delicious stew perfect for the start of autumn. Using a good ale or stout means no need to make your own stock and keeps the dish super-simple to prepare. This recipe can be cooked from start to finish, right onto the table, in a single pot (a cast iron cooking pot … Continue reading Steak & ale casserole