Your kitchen is likely to be the most energy intensive room in your house. Heating food, cooling food, washing dishes, it all amounts to a significant portion of your electricity bill at the end of the year. Most people find it difficult to know how much energy they’re actually using, so it’s good to know how to keep consumption to a minimum. In this article we give you 5 top tips on how to use less energy in your kitchen.
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Whether or not you’re a football fan, Euro 2016 is a great opportunity to invite a few friends round for food and drinks. Everyone enjoys the build up to a big game, and with a little thought and effort you can create a party atmosphere and enjoy the tournament as much as you would if you were in the stadium itself.