There’s a good chance you like a cup of coffee in the morning, and if you’re anything like me, you like it several times a day, but what if you like it in more than just espresso? KitchenAid will have three solutions.
The idea of the internet fridge was a cute one, but back in 2000, it was unnecessary. It’s seen a few more attempts over the years, though, and it’s about to get another.
You might have missed out on exactly what you wanted, but with this year’s sales roundup, you might be able to brave the crowds and get it after all.
It’s easier than ever to get in the kitchen, and with a home appliance here and there, anyone with a passing interest in making something delicious can help bring out their true calling.
The portable blender world is now in full swing, or full blend, anyway, and the sister company of Breville is keen to show budget brands who’s boss.
The instant espresso market we refer to as “inspresso” is hot at the moment, but most of the machines tend to offer a plastic look that might be premium, but generally isn’t. What if you want something that is truly premium?
Coffee pod makers aren’t always created equal, something our reviews tend to indicate, but Aldi is looking to improving its own system, and has even grabbed a coffee making champion to make it happen.
New appliances and whitegoods tend to attract high price tags, but the latest two from Miele appear to be so new, they’re not only pricey, they also redefine the basics of washing your clothes.
One of the downsides of a juicer is that after the initial two weeks of juicing is over, the appliance generally sits at the back of the cupboard waiting to be used. Fortunately, Panasonic has a remedy: make the juicer into a frozen treat maker.