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Should You Repair Or Replace? Key Questions To Ask When You Have A Faulty Appliance

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You’ve just prepped your dinner. The onions are perfectly diced, the meat marinated and ready for heating, and your vegetables are all cut. You’ve even taken the time to prepare a sauce from scratch.

Now you’re ready to begin the big cook. So you go to preheat the oven, but you notice something’s wrong. A sinking feeling fills your stomach. It can’t be. Your oven has failed you, right at the moment you need it most.

Sounds like a familiar situation? If you’re got a faulty oven or kitchen appliance, here are the top questions you need to ask yourself before you decide whether or not to repair or replace it.

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Easy Meals To Cook In Your Oven

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Cooking meals for yourself or your family everyday can lose its appeal. You run out innovative new ideas and resort to the same types of meals, week in, week out. It can become boring, as you lose inspiration.

That’s why we’ve put together a list of inspiring oven bake recipes. Plus, oven-baked recipes make great, fast and filling dishes – perfect for those that hate washing up!

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Tips for Using Your Oven During Lockdown

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As we enter the seventh week of lockdown here in the UK, many of us have turned to baking and cooking, making use of our cookers and ovens more than any other time.

With frequent and regular oven use during the Coronavirus lockdown comes a whole host of benefits (the smell of fresh bread throughout the house), and possibly some inconvenient oven problems. How can you combat the issues? We have prepared some top tips to keep your oven working the best it can. Continue reading