A festive Innovators Round-up

By Tom Craik | 16/01/2013 | Posted in Product Reviews

‘Tis the season! Christmas is now less than a month away (scary,we know), so this month we have sent our Innovators some products that would make ideal presents for loved ones.

 

 

The Gingerbread House, Utterly Scrummy, Cafe Bebe and The Five Fs Blog all received the Morphy Richards Sear and Stew Slow Cooker – please click the links to read their reviews.

Utterly Scrummy seemed chuffed, saying that it was “easy to use” and that the partitioned pot allowed for “less faff” in cooking – something that is especially useful in the hustle and bustle of Christmas. Big slow cooker advocate Kate at the Five Fs blog even dubbed it “slow cooking made better.” High praise indeed!

 

 

With the price of a loaf of bread continually rising, breadmakers are being seen in the kitchen more and more. We sent out one of our new Premium Plus Breadmakers to Lavender & Lovage as well as London Unattached. Again, please click the links to read their brilliant reviews.  

Karen at Lavender & Lovage was “impressed with the range of programmes”, and said that it helped her to produce a “nice loaf with a good crumb”. London Unattached was also impressed, and judging by the great pictures on the blog she seemed to make some splendid loaves!

This month we are also running a competition with both the Foodies 100 and Tots 100, where one lucky winner will win Christmas come early courtesy of Morphy Richards.  All bloggers have to do is pick three Morphy Richards products that they would love to receive for Christmas, and we will choose a winner at random to receive their top three Morphy gifts. Simple, eh? 

Also, please visit the Morphy Richards Facebook page, where we have our fantastic, new ‘Smart Ideas for Christmas’ application. On here, you can create the perfect wish list for Christmas, as well as win the opportunity to have a full kitchen makeover. Click here to visit the page.

2 Comments / A festive Innovators Round-up

  1. Mr. G. George says:

    21/01/2013 at 3:44 pm

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  2. Mr. G. George says:

    21/01/2013 at 3:44 pm

    I am trying to purchase a double sized electric over blanket as advertised. Unfortunately I have forgotten my password. I have been trying to contact you over the weekend without success. Pease contact me. Why do I need a password to purchase something?

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