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    strydesc11 It’s that time of year again when autumn arrives and the kids start the new term after a lengthy summer break. After a change in routine, it’s great to get back into the stride of work and school. To avoid the morning panic, quick, easy and nutritious breakfasts can help ensure that both you and your kids are ready to start the day.

    Here are our favourite go-to breakfasts that are an equal balance of healthy and delicious:

    Homemade Granola

    Use a mix of oats, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, nuts and dried fruit (added/baked last) combine with cooking oil and honey for a sweet and crunchy breakfast. Spread the granola evenly onto a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes at 150C/fan or 130C/gas 2, take the mixture out of the oven and add the dried fruit before baking for a final 10 minutes. Prepare the granola the night before and serve with milk or yogurt in the morning for a tasty boost of energy. Once made, you can store the granola in an airtight container for up to one month.

    Smoothie Bowl

    Create a thicker smoothie using frozen fruits - anything from strawberries and blueberries to mango and kiwi. Including a banana in your smoothie will also help to produce the consistency that you need to enjoy in a bowl and eat with a spoon. This adds an element of difference and fun into breakfast for the kids whilst guaranteeing their daily dose of minerals and vitamins. Top the smoothie with fruit and nuts for a flavoursome finish.

    Banana Pancakes

    Requiring only two ingredients, these are the perfect pancakes to make on a busy school morning. Mash up a large banana and add two whisked eggs before adding spoonfuls of the batter into your pan. Cook for two minutes on each side, making sure that each side is a golden-brown colour before serving to your hungry kids.

    Scrambled Eggs and Soldiers

    For a protein filled breakfast, cook up your scrambled eggs and season with salt and pepper. For smaller kids, use character cutters to make shapes with the toast or cut into simple soldiers with a spread of butter. Quick and simple to make, this is a guaranteed breakfast pleaser.
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    desc11 It’s that time of year again when autumn arrives and the kids start the new term after a lengthy summer break. After a change in routine, it’s great to get back into the stride of work and school. To avoid the morning panic, quick, easy and nutritious breakfasts can help ensure that both you and your kids are ready to start the day.

    Here are our favourite go-to breakfasts that are an equal balance of healthy and delicious:

    Homemade Granola

    Use a mix of oats, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, nuts and dried fruit (added/baked last) combine with cooking oil and honey for a sweet and crunchy breakfast. Spread the granola evenly onto a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes at 150C/fan or 130C/gas 2, take the mixture out of the oven and add the dried fruit before baking for a final 10 minutes. Prepare the granola the night before and serve with milk or yogurt in the morning for a tasty boost of energy. Once made, you can store the granola in an airtight container for up to one month.

    Smoothie Bowl

    Create a thicker smoothie using frozen fruits - anything from strawberries and blueberries to mango and kiwi. Including a banana in your smoothie will also help to produce the consistency that you need to enjoy in a bowl and eat with a spoon. This adds an element of difference and fun into breakfast for the kids whilst guaranteeing their daily dose of minerals and vitamins. Top the smoothie with fruit and nuts for a flavoursome finish.

    Banana Pancakes

    Requiring only two ingredients, these are the perfect pancakes to make on a busy school morning. Mash up a large banana and add two whisked eggs before adding spoonfuls of the batter into your pan. Cook for two minutes on each side, making sure that each side is a golden-brown colour before serving to your hungry kids.

    Scrambled Eggs and Soldiers

    For a protein filled breakfast, cook up your scrambled eggs and season with salt and pepper. For smaller kids, use character cutters to make shapes with the toast or cut into simple soldiers with a spread of butter. Quick and simple to make, this is a guaranteed breakfast pleaser.
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  • Back to School Breakfasts

    It’s that time of year again when autumn arrives and the kids start the new term after a lengthy summer break. After a change in routine, it’s great to get back into the stride of work and school. To avoid the morning panic, quick, easy and nutritious breakfasts can help ensure that both you and your kids are ready to start the day.

    Here are our favourite go-to breakfasts that are an equal balance of healthy and delicious:

    Homemade Granola

    Use a mix of oats, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, nuts and dried fruit (added/baked last) combine with cooking oil and honey for a sweet and crunchy breakfast. Spread the granola evenly onto a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes at 150C/fan or 130C/gas 2, take the mixture out of the oven and add the dried fruit before baking for a final 10 minutes. Prepare the granola the night before and serve with milk or yogurt in the morning for a tasty boost of energy. Once made, you can store the granola in an airtight container for up to one month.

    Smoothie Bowl

    Create a thicker smoothie using frozen fruits - anything from strawberries and blueberries to mango and kiwi. Including a banana in your smoothie will also help to produce the consistency that you need to enjoy in a bowl and eat with a spoon. This adds an element of difference and fun into breakfast for the kids whilst guaranteeing their daily dose of minerals and vitamins. Top the smoothie with fruit and nuts for a flavoursome finish.

    Banana Pancakes

    Requiring only two ingredients, these are the perfect pancakes to make on a busy school morning. Mash up a large banana and add two whisked eggs before adding spoonfuls of the batter into your pan. Cook for two minutes on each side, making sure that each side is a golden-brown colour before serving to your hungry kids.

    Scrambled Eggs and Soldiers

    For a protein filled breakfast, cook up your scrambled eggs and season with salt and pepper. For smaller kids, use character cutters to make shapes with the toast or cut into simple soldiers with a spread of butter. Quick and simple to make, this is a guaranteed breakfast pleaser.

    Back to School Breakfasts
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    strydesc11 Versatile, strong and easy to use, our new cast iron cookware is crafted from cast molten iron and enamelled both inside and out for a stunning finish and classic look. Thanks to its multi-layered construction, cast iron heats up faster and stays hotter for longer, therefore making cast iron cooking simple and taste great. Guaranteed to last a lifetime, the cast iron is a true sign of quality in the kitchen and on the table too.

    In four beautiful shades, our new cast iron corresponds with our popular ranges: Natural Canvas, Halo, Heritage Pavilion and Pomegranate. Whether your home is sophisticated and neutral or bold and colourful, there are many perfect pieces to suit you within the cast iron collection.

    Designed for entertaining, casual family meals and batch cooking, the cast iron is highly adaptable and comes in a wide range of shapes and sizes. From round and shallow casserole dishes to griddle pans, our cast iron is ideal for everyday use. It is also part of our Lifetime Guarantee, giving you the confidence to truly enjoy your new cast iron.

    Use it on the hob, in the oven and on the table, and make cast iron cooking simple. An energy efficient design, our cast iron cooks food evenly at lower temperatures and maintains heat. When it comes to looking after the cast iron, we have made it as simple as possible – safe for use in the dishwasher, it’s easy to clean and there is no need to season it due to its smooth enamel coating.

    Our cast iron is perfect for sauteing vegetables, cooking up a delicious rice dish or pre-preparing soup for tomorrow’s lunch. Also use it for quick thirty minute meals or chop up your ingredients, pour in and leave for an easy one pot dish meal. Spend more time with your family and friends, and let our cast iron look after the cooking. Durable and strong, it looks stunning in the kitchen and is built to suit modern-day life.

    Discover the new cast iron range here.
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    desc11 Versatile, strong and easy to use, our new cast iron cookware is crafted from cast molten iron and enamelled both inside and out for a stunning finish and classic look. Thanks to its multi-layered construction, cast iron heats up faster and stays hotter for longer, therefore making cast iron cooking simple and taste great. Guaranteed to last a lifetime, the cast iron is a true sign of quality in the kitchen and on the table too.

    In four beautiful shades, our new cast iron corresponds with our popular ranges: Natural Canvas, Halo, Heritage Pavilion and Pomegranate. Whether your home is sophisticated and neutral or bold and colourful, there are many perfect pieces to suit you within the cast iron collection.

    Designed for entertaining, casual family meals and batch cooking, the cast iron is highly adaptable and comes in a wide range of shapes and sizes. From round and shallow casserole dishes to griddle pans, our cast iron is ideal for everyday use. It is also part of our Lifetime Guarantee, giving you the confidence to truly enjoy your new cast iron.

    Use it on the hob, in the oven and on the table, and make cast iron cooking simple. An energy efficient design, our cast iron cooks food evenly at lower temperatures and maintains heat. When it comes to looking after the cast iron, we have made it as simple as possible – safe for use in the dishwasher, it’s easy to clean and there is no need to season it due to its smooth enamel coating.

    Our cast iron is perfect for sauteing vegetables, cooking up a delicious rice dish or pre-preparing soup for tomorrow’s lunch. Also use it for quick thirty minute meals or chop up your ingredients, pour in and leave for an easy one pot dish meal. Spend more time with your family and friends, and let our cast iron look after the cooking. Durable and strong, it looks stunning in the kitchen and is built to suit modern-day life.

    Discover the new cast iron range here.
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  • Our Latest Cast Iron Collection

    Versatile, strong and easy to use, our new cast iron cookware is crafted from cast molten iron and enamelled both inside and out for a stunning finish and classic look. Thanks to its multi-layered construction, cast iron heats up faster and stays hotter for longer, therefore making cast iron cooking simple and taste great. Guaranteed to last a lifetime, the cast iron is a true sign of quality in the kitchen and on the table too.

    In four beautiful shades, our new cast iron corresponds with our popular ranges: Natural Canvas, Halo, Heritage Pavilion and Pomegranate. Whether your home is sophisticated and neutral or bold and colourful, there are many perfect pieces to suit you within the cast iron collection.

    Designed for entertaining, casual family meals and batch cooking, the cast iron is highly adaptable and comes in a wide range of shapes and sizes. From round and shallow casserole dishes to griddle pans, our cast iron is ideal for everyday use. It is also part of our Lifetime Guarantee, giving you the confidence to truly enjoy your new cast iron.

    Use it on the hob, in the oven and on the table, and make cast iron cooking simple. An energy efficient design, our cast iron cooks food evenly at lower temperatures and maintains heat. When it comes to looking after the cast iron, we have made it as simple as possible – safe for use in the dishwasher, it’s easy to clean and there is no need to season it due to its smooth enamel coating.

    Our cast iron is perfect for sauteing vegetables, cooking up a delicious rice dish or pre-preparing soup for tomorrow’s lunch. Also use it for quick thirty minute meals or chop up your ingredients, pour in and leave for an easy one pot dish meal. Spend more time with your family and friends, and let our cast iron look after the cooking. Durable and strong, it looks stunning in the kitchen and is built to suit modern-day life.

    Discover the new cast iron range here.

    Our Latest Cast Iron Collection
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    strydesc11 At the heart of every house is the kitchen. Big or small, it’s a welcoming space to meet morning or night to relax or busily prepare food and entertain your family and friends. The latest home trends show that the lounge is no longer the centre of the home, and instead people are opting to enjoy being at home in the kitchen. No longer simply used for cooking, the kitchen is now capable of housing anything from morning coffee with friends, to a weekend dinner party.

    Moving away from being a utilitarian space, the kitchen is now a focus for design and allows you to showcase your style and personality. Most recently, kitchens are widely styled as living rooms, with tables and chairs to relax and dine. This desire for living kitchens has seen the introduction of larger kitchens, giving more opportunity to create this appealing area. As modern-day life continues to get faster, casual cooking and eating dominate and this style of kitchen gives us the choice to dine both formally and informally.

    Kitchens are now divided into three areas: the cooking area, the dining area and the sitting area. Despite this room changing its traditional role within the house, the emphasis on cooking doesn’t show any signs of waning. Making sure that there are enough counters on which to prepare, hold and store food is imperative. Electricals and utilities all have their places, making the kitchen a practical and beautiful place to be.

    The kitchen forms part of your lifestyle, whether that involves preparing tea for the kids after school, batch preparing meals on a Sunday night or pouring drinks for friends to enjoy at a party. It’s where children watch and learn their first cooking tips, friends catch-up over food and drink and families spend much-loved time together. As the kitchen space continues to develop, it’s clear that this room is one to be treasured, whatever its size.
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    desc11 At the heart of every house is the kitchen. Big or small, it’s a welcoming space to meet morning or night to relax or busily prepare food and entertain your family and friends. The latest home trends show that the lounge is no longer the centre of the home, and instead people are opting to enjoy being at home in the kitchen. No longer simply used for cooking, the kitchen is now capable of housing anything from morning coffee with friends, to a weekend dinner party.

    Moving away from being a utilitarian space, the kitchen is now a focus for design and allows you to showcase your style and personality. Most recently, kitchens are widely styled as living rooms, with tables and chairs to relax and dine. This desire for living kitchens has seen the introduction of larger kitchens, giving more opportunity to create this appealing area. As modern-day life continues to get faster, casual cooking and eating dominate and this style of kitchen gives us the choice to dine both formally and informally.

    Kitchens are now divided into three areas: the cooking area, the dining area and the sitting area. Despite this room changing its traditional role within the house, the emphasis on cooking doesn’t show any signs of waning. Making sure that there are enough counters on which to prepare, hold and store food is imperative. Electricals and utilities all have their places, making the kitchen a practical and beautiful place to be.

    The kitchen forms part of your lifestyle, whether that involves preparing tea for the kids after school, batch preparing meals on a Sunday night or pouring drinks for friends to enjoy at a party. It’s where children watch and learn their first cooking tips, friends catch-up over food and drink and families spend much-loved time together. As the kitchen space continues to develop, it’s clear that this room is one to be treasured, whatever its size.
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  • At the heart of every house is the kitchen. Big or small, it’s a welcoming space to meet morning or night to relax or busily prepare food and entertain your family and friends. The latest home trends show that the lounge is no longer the centre of the home, and instead people are opting to enjoy being at home in the kitchen. No longer simply used for cooking, the kitchen is now capable of housing anything from morning coffee with friends, to a weekend dinner party.

    Moving away from being a utilitarian space, the kitchen is now a focus for design and allows you to showcase your style and personality. Most recently, kitchens are widely styled as living rooms, with tables and chairs to relax and dine. This desire for living kitchens has seen the introduction of larger kitchens, giving more opportunity to create this appealing area. As modern-day life continues to get faster, casual cooking and eating dominate and this style of kitchen gives us the choice to dine both formally and informally.

    Kitchens are now divided into three areas: the cooking area, the dining area and the sitting area. Despite this room changing its traditional role within the house, the emphasis on cooking doesn’t show any signs of waning. Making sure that there are enough counters on which to prepare, hold and store food is imperative. Electricals and utilities all have their places, making the kitchen a practical and beautiful place to be.

    The kitchen forms part of your lifestyle, whether that involves preparing tea for the kids after school, batch preparing meals on a Sunday night or pouring drinks for friends to enjoy at a party. It’s where children watch and learn their first cooking tips, friends catch-up over food and drink and families spend much-loved time together. As the kitchen space continues to develop, it’s clear that this room is one to be treasured, whatever its size.

    Why the Kitchen is the Most Important Room in the House
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    strydesc11 Last month, fashion and interiors blogger Erica Davies, held a beautiful tea party using our Monsoon by Denby Kyoto tableware collection. The party was an oriental array of pattern and colour with the tables filled with fresh flowers, cake stands, glistening glasses and finger foods.

    Erica has shared with us her top tips and tricks for holding your very own tea party:

    1: Use as many flowers and as much greenery as you can steal from your garden for decoration. We used smaller blooms in Moroccan tea glasses for the centre of the table, with taller sprigs in the teapots.

    2: Mix up your sweet food with your savouries – there are no rules when it comes to eating at a tea party and it’s the one time you can eat cake before sandwiches! So I put the sarnies next to cakes on the Kyoto cake stands. I made my own sandwiches (mainly because I was too late for M&S to do it for me!), but bought the cakes. You could always embellish with edible flowers to add your own touch.

    3: Offer guests a mix of drinks – fizz, non-alcoholic and good old tea. For the non-alcoholics (aka the drivers) I had lovely Elderflower and Rose cordials, or lashings of Ginger Ale (for all you Enid Blyton readers out there). I pimped up ice cubes by adding edible flowers into the trays before freezing which looked so pretty when decanted into the glasses.

    4: Try and think outside the box when it comes to your theme. Vintage teas are always a winner, but because the Denby set was inspired by Japan, I mixed the two together for a quirky take on an afternoon tea.

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    desc11 Last month, fashion and interiors blogger Erica Davies, held a beautiful tea party using our Monsoon by Denby Kyoto tableware collection. The party was an oriental array of pattern and colour with the tables filled with fresh flowers, cake stands, glistening glasses and finger foods.

    Erica has shared with us her top tips and tricks for holding your very own tea party:

    1: Use as many flowers and as much greenery as you can steal from your garden for decoration. We used smaller blooms in Moroccan tea glasses for the centre of the table, with taller sprigs in the teapots.

    2: Mix up your sweet food with your savouries – there are no rules when it comes to eating at a tea party and it’s the one time you can eat cake before sandwiches! So I put the sarnies next to cakes on the Kyoto cake stands. I made my own sandwiches (mainly because I was too late for M&S to do it for me!), but bought the cakes. You could always embellish with edible flowers to add your own touch.

    3: Offer guests a mix of drinks – fizz, non-alcoholic and good old tea. For the non-alcoholics (aka the drivers) I had lovely Elderflower and Rose cordials, or lashings of Ginger Ale (for all you Enid Blyton readers out there). I pimped up ice cubes by adding edible flowers into the trays before freezing which looked so pretty when decanted into the glasses.

    4: Try and think outside the box when it comes to your theme. Vintage teas are always a winner, but because the Denby set was inspired by Japan, I mixed the two together for a quirky take on an afternoon tea.

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  • Last month, fashion and interiors blogger Erica Davies, held a beautiful tea party using our Monsoon by Denby Kyoto tableware collection. The party was an oriental array of pattern and colour with the tables filled with fresh flowers, cake stands, glistening glasses and finger foods.

    Erica has shared with us her top tips and tricks for holding your very own tea party:

    1: Use as many flowers and as much greenery as you can steal from your garden for decoration. We used smaller blooms in Moroccan tea glasses for the centre of the table, with taller sprigs in the teapots.

    2: Mix up your sweet food with your savouries – there are no rules when it comes to eating at a tea party and it’s the one time you can eat cake before sandwiches! So I put the sarnies next to cakes on the Kyoto cake stands. I made my own sandwiches (mainly because I was too late for M&S to do it for me!), but bought the cakes. You could always embellish with edible flowers to add your own touch.

    3: Offer guests a mix of drinks – fizz, non-alcoholic and good old tea. For the non-alcoholics (aka the drivers) I had lovely Elderflower and Rose cordials, or lashings of Ginger Ale (for all you Enid Blyton readers out there). I pimped up ice cubes by adding edible flowers into the trays before freezing which looked so pretty when decanted into the glasses.

    4: Try and think outside the box when it comes to your theme. Vintage teas are always a winner, but because the Denby set was inspired by Japan, I mixed the two together for a quirky take on an afternoon tea.

    Top Tips for Hosting a Tea Party by Erica Davies
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    strydesc11 The Great British Bake Off is back, and with it brings new baking challenges, recipes and ingredients. Every year, we find ourselves inspired by the variety of breads, cakes and desserts created by the team of GBBO bakers. They push culinary boundaries to produce the most eye-catching and flavoursome bakes, and as we witness their successes and mistakes, are motivated to head into the kitchen to mix up our own creations.

    The first week of GBBO is ‘Cake Week’, so we can expect to see everything from your classic Victoria sponge to chocolate filled and fruit layered cakes. In order to start recreating the featured recipes, and take the opportunity to develop our bakes, we’ve devised a checklist to make sure that you have everything that you need to bake with ease and style:

    Mixing/Serving Bowls – choose a bowl in a stunning hue to combine your ingredients.

    Dessert Bowl – use this versatile bowl for holding ingredients, and serving and eating.

    From Whisks to Wooden Spoons - your utensils are key.

    Springform Cake Tins – these are ideal for ensuring a perfect bake. The spring feature will quickly and easily release cakes, preventing any splitting.

    Cupcake Tins – split your mixture evenly in these cupcake tins to create small and delicious cakes and muffins.

    Baking Sheets – great for baking scones, cookies and eclairs on.

    Loaf Tins – bake up your favourite banana bread or fruit loaf in these tins.

    Platters – display your sweet treats, and create a table centrepiece with our handcrafted range of food platters.

    Cake Stands – arrange your fresh cakes on an elegantly patterned cake stand, and enjoy in the style of afternoon tea.
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    The first week of GBBO is ‘Cake Week’, so we can expect to see everything from your classic Victoria sponge to chocolate filled and fruit layered cakes. In order to start recreating the featured recipes, and take the opportunity to develop our bakes, we’ve devised a checklist to make sure that you have everything that you need to bake with ease and style:

    Mixing/Serving Bowls – choose a bowl in a stunning hue to combine your ingredients.

    Dessert Bowl – use this versatile bowl for holding ingredients, and serving and eating.

    From Whisks to Wooden Spoons - your utensils are key.

    Springform Cake Tins – these are ideal for ensuring a perfect bake. The spring feature will quickly and easily release cakes, preventing any splitting.

    Cupcake Tins – split your mixture evenly in these cupcake tins to create small and delicious cakes and muffins.

    Baking Sheets – great for baking scones, cookies and eclairs on.

    Loaf Tins – bake up your favourite banana bread or fruit loaf in these tins.

    Platters – display your sweet treats, and create a table centrepiece with our handcrafted range of food platters.

    Cake Stands – arrange your fresh cakes on an elegantly patterned cake stand, and enjoy in the style of afternoon tea.
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  • Beautiful Baking

    The Great British Bake Off is back, and with it brings new baking challenges, recipes and ingredients. Every year, we find ourselves inspired by the variety of breads, cakes and desserts created by the team of GBBO bakers. They push culinary boundaries to produce the most eye-catching and flavoursome bakes, and as we witness their successes and mistakes, are motivated to head into the kitchen to mix up our own creations.

    The first week of GBBO is ‘Cake Week’, so we can expect to see everything from your classic Victoria sponge to chocolate filled and fruit layered cakes. In order to start recreating the featured recipes, and take the opportunity to develop our bakes, we’ve devised a checklist to make sure that you have everything that you need to bake with ease and style:

    Mixing/Serving Bowls – choose a bowl in a stunning hue to combine your ingredients.

    Dessert Bowl – use this versatile bowl for holding ingredients, and serving and eating.

    From Whisks to Wooden Spoons - your utensils are key.

    Springform Cake Tins – these are ideal for ensuring a perfect bake. The spring feature will quickly and easily release cakes, preventing any splitting.

    Cupcake Tins – split your mixture evenly in these cupcake tins to create small and delicious cakes and muffins.

    Baking Sheets – great for baking scones, cookies and eclairs on.

    Loaf Tins – bake up your favourite banana bread or fruit loaf in these tins.

    Platters – display your sweet treats, and create a table centrepiece with our handcrafted range of food platters.

    Cake Stands – arrange your fresh cakes on an elegantly patterned cake stand, and enjoy in the style of afternoon tea.

    Beautiful Baking
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    strydesc11 New for summer 2016, our Always Entertaining Tapas collection is a range of casual bowls, plates and platters ideal for informal dining.

    In a terracotta hue, Tapas looks wonderfully eye-catching when laid out on the table and with the versatility of each piece, can be used for small get-togethers and family occasions. Conjuring up a Spanish ambiance with the colour and smooth shape of Tapas, this collection is perfect for enjoying global cuisine. Use the spacious platters for presenting breads, meats and vegetables and embrace the recent bowl trend by eating anything from rice and pasta to salads and Spanish omelettes from the bowls.

    Crafted in our Derbyshire factory using skills and craftsmanship built up over 200 years, our Always Entertaining Tapas range has been made from the finest quality clay which promises longevity. Hardwearing and stunningly textured, our glazes make every piece strong and unique. Take the dishes from the oven to the table with the confidence that they are both oven and microwave safe - they are also dishwasher and freezer proof. Beautifully boxed, this Tapas tableware collection also makes a great gift which is easily wrapped. All under £50, mix and match contrastive pieces to enliven your cupboards and table.

    Present your favourite dishes in style with this summer inspired collection. The Tapas range can be packed up for a picnic, or casually arranged for a cosy evening in. The rich and inviting tones will ensure that your food takes centre stage.

    Discover the full Always Entertaining Tapas range here.
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    desc11 New for summer 2016, our Always Entertaining Tapas collection is a range of casual bowls, plates and platters ideal for informal dining.

    In a terracotta hue, Tapas looks wonderfully eye-catching when laid out on the table and with the versatility of each piece, can be used for small get-togethers and family occasions. Conjuring up a Spanish ambiance with the colour and smooth shape of Tapas, this collection is perfect for enjoying global cuisine. Use the spacious platters for presenting breads, meats and vegetables and embrace the recent bowl trend by eating anything from rice and pasta to salads and Spanish omelettes from the bowls.

    Crafted in our Derbyshire factory using skills and craftsmanship built up over 200 years, our Always Entertaining Tapas range has been made from the finest quality clay which promises longevity. Hardwearing and stunningly textured, our glazes make every piece strong and unique. Take the dishes from the oven to the table with the confidence that they are both oven and microwave safe - they are also dishwasher and freezer proof. Beautifully boxed, this Tapas tableware collection also makes a great gift which is easily wrapped. All under £50, mix and match contrastive pieces to enliven your cupboards and table.

    Present your favourite dishes in style with this summer inspired collection. The Tapas range can be packed up for a picnic, or casually arranged for a cosy evening in. The rich and inviting tones will ensure that your food takes centre stage.

    Discover the full Always Entertaining Tapas range here.
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  • Always Entertaining: Tapas

    New for summer 2016, our Always Entertaining Tapas collection is a range of casual bowls, plates and platters ideal for informal dining.

    In a terracotta hue, Tapas looks wonderfully eye-catching when laid out on the table and with the versatility of each piece, can be used for small get-togethers and family occasions. Conjuring up a Spanish ambiance with the colour and smooth shape of Tapas, this collection is perfect for enjoying global cuisine. Use the spacious platters for presenting breads, meats and vegetables and embrace the recent bowl trend by eating anything from rice and pasta to salads and Spanish omelettes from the bowls.

    Crafted in our Derbyshire factory using skills and craftsmanship built up over 200 years, our Always Entertaining Tapas range has been made from the finest quality clay which promises longevity. Hardwearing and stunningly textured, our glazes make every piece strong and unique. Take the dishes from the oven to the table with the confidence that they are both oven and microwave safe - they are also dishwasher and freezer proof. Beautifully boxed, this Tapas tableware collection also makes a great gift which is easily wrapped. All under £50, mix and match contrastive pieces to enliven your cupboards and table.

    Present your favourite dishes in style with this summer inspired collection. The Tapas range can be packed up for a picnic, or casually arranged for a cosy evening in. The rich and inviting tones will ensure that your food takes centre stage.

    Discover the full Always Entertaining Tapas range here.

    Always Entertaining: Tapas