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Morphy Richards Soup Maker – Top Tips

Morphy Richards Soup Maker – Top Tips

Posted by Philip Morris and Son on 16th Jan 2016

Top Soup-Maker TipsTry to prepare your ingredients in advance as much as possible. Most recipes are simply ‘chop & plop’ so it’s pretty straightforward. If you’re in a real rush you could alway … read more
Slow Cooked Lamb Stew

Slow Cooked Lamb Stew

Posted by Philip Morris and Son on 16th Jan 2016

Slow Cooked Lamb Stew in five easy steps. With snow possibly with us in the middle of January and temperatures dropping by a few degrees each week, I think it’s safe to say that it’s definitely n … read more
Farewell Pheasant Season!

Farewell Pheasant Season!

Posted by Meg | Philip Morris and Son on 15th Dec 2015

I’m sure for many of you this is quite a sad time as we say goodbye to the Pheasant shooting season. Here at Philip Morris & Son we’re looking back on our season as beaters for a few local shoots. … read more
Black Friday Fever!

Black Friday Fever!

Posted by Philip Morris and Son on 25th Nov 2015

#Black Friday Fever The countdown has begun across the nation!Visit Philip Morris & Son's Black Friday Page This year Black Friday has returned once more to the UK. Black Friday, originally … read more
Top 10 Reasons To Buy Musto

Top 10 Reasons To Buy Musto

Posted by John Jones | Philip Morris and Son on 24th Aug 2015

#Reasons To Buy Musto1. Musto I could for the Number 1 reason just write the word Musto and leave it at that, but that wouldn’t make for a very exciting read would it? The exceptional British b … read more
The Ultimate Festival Survival Kit!

The Ultimate Festival Survival Kit!

Posted by Philip Morris and Son on 4th Aug 2015

#Ultimate Festival Survival Kit So when summer is here, it can only mean one thing to the music lover, Festival Season! The evenings are meant to be spent outside listening to sweet tunes, indulging … read more
Banish Those Winter Blues!

Banish Those Winter Blues!

Posted by Philip Morris and Son on 12th Feb 2015

Top five ways to banish those Winter BluesSummer is nothing but a distant memory and a faraway dream, it’s getting colder and colder by the day, Christmas is over, we’ve already broken our New Year re … read more
Sweet Potato and Red Pepper Soup in a Soup Maker

Sweet Potato and Red Pepper Soup in a Soup Maker

Posted by Philip Morris and Son on 22nd Jan 2015

So I made this delicious soup using the Morphy Richards Soup Maker with Serrator Blade. It has two separate parts, a main ‘kettle’ like jug and a lid with an attached Serrator blade – the Serrato … read more
10 Reasons You Should Buy A Soup Maker

10 Reasons You Should Buy A Soup Maker

Posted by Philip Morris and Son on 20th Jan 2015

Top 10 reasons you NEED a Soup Maker in your life!I have to admit, that when I was asked to try out the new Morphy Richards Soup Maker, I was a little sceptical at the point. Soup is so incredibly eas … read more
Review of the Galway boot from Dubarry of Ireland

Review of the Galway boot from Dubarry of Ireland

Posted by John Jones | Philip Morris and Son on 8th Jul 2014

#Galway Review Dubarry of Ireland began life in 1937 as makers of high quality leather shoes, so it is unsurprising that one of their best loved products is the iconic Galway boot. A classic un … read more
Barbour Tartan Guide

Barbour Tartan Guide

Posted by John on 20th Jun 2014

#Barbour Tartan Guide Barbour is renowned for their iconic Tartan linings, it often adds to the authenticity of a real Barbour classic. For me, Barbour’s Tartan represents continuing pride in their … read more
How to wear R.M. Williams Boots

How to wear R.M. Williams Boots

Posted by John on 16th Jun 2014

#How to wear RM Williams Boots When you buy a pair of RM Williams boots such as the Craftsman or Stockman, you know you’ll be receiving a pair of beautiful (and not forgetting extremely comfortabl … read more
Setting the Perfect Christmas Dinner Table

Setting the Perfect Christmas Dinner Table

Posted by Michelle on 30th Nov 2013

#SettingThePerfectTable A beautiful table is just as important for a magical Christmas dinner as the delicious food, festive cheer and bad jumpers. Laying the table correctly for a formal dinner c … read more
Choosing The Right Placemats and Coasters

Choosing The Right Placemats and Coasters

Posted by Michelle on 15th Nov 2013

#PlacematsAndCoasters Placemats and coasters are a valuable addition to the home, offering a great combination of practicality and decoration. Placemats and coasters will protect your furniture from … read more
Emma Bridgewater - Feels Like Home

Emma Bridgewater - Feels Like Home

Posted by Michelle on 4th Oct 2013

Emma Bridgewater hand-decorated pottery is made in Stoke-on-Trent and the range includes a great selection of kitchenware and bakeware. The charming Polka Dot range features a colourful pattern that w … read more
Denby White

Denby White

Posted by Michelle on 5th Sep 2013

We love a Denby offer and this month Denby White is now on sale with 50% off both instore and online. This is a simple, clean and classic looking range which will suit any home well. More and more wit … read more
Le Creuset

Le Creuset

Posted by Karen on 24th Apr 2013

Founded in 1925 in France, Le Creuset history is steeped in their cast iron heritage, for which they are most well-known. Combining the expertise of the Industrialist founders, Le Creuset was born. … read more
The Anatomy of a KitchenAid

The Anatomy of a KitchenAid

Posted by Karen on 11th Apr 2013

#KitchenAidAnatomy You’ve been thinking about buying a KitchenAid but you’re just not sure. Here we will take a look at what really makes a KitchenAid a kitchen aid. Firstly KitchenAid Stan … read more