Press Release: March 02, 2010
Our starter packs are a jewel in the crown of kitchen face lifting. If youre a student and dont have the time or inclination to go the rounds of the high street outlets, our Prestige Essential Student Kitchen Pack will come as a godsend, providing you with the essential pieces of kit youll need to start cooking away from home. Make your grant go further by forgetting about the bistros and takeaways, and choose instead to serve up great cuisine for you and your friends in your digs. The cookware is multi-purpose. You can cook just about anything in the stir-fry pan, and the tools and gadgets for cutting pizzas, opening cans and grating cheese are all included. For the more ambitious, theres a large oven tray for casseroles and the like, and the ubiquitous chip tray. Do your mum proud.
But even if youre moving into a new home and need to get kick-started with a decent selection of kitchen equipment, Kitchenware Express can come to the rescue. The Prestige New Home Started Pack comes with 15 items essential for any self-respecting cook, with five pieces of cookware from saucepans to an egg poaching pan, seven essential tools like a potato masher, fish turner and serving tongs, and three pieces for the oven. With this basic kit the enterprising cook can be serving up great food in no time, making settling in to the new home that much easier, and it can form the nucleus of a more comprehensive collection as time passes.
The 26cm Chef Pan with Free Non-Stick Roaster forms an ideal introduction to the professional Circulon range of kitchen products, which come with a lifetime guarantee, and right now you can get £25 off the RRP.
These starter kits are just a small sample of what Kitchenware Express has to offer, and with savings of up to 50% on everything from kettles and pressure cookers to stockpots and cookware sets, your new or existing kitchen will be crying out for attention and a new lease of life.
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