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What to do in your garden - October 2019

Here we are in early autumn, with the days getting shorter and the prospect of cooler temperatures. But it’s a lovely time to enjoy the remnants of summer colour, and plan ahead for spring by planting bulbs and winter bedding, amongst other tasks.…
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Nominate Your Child's School & Win The Staff 'Thank You' Goodies!

As the end of another school year approaches, we are offering you the chance to win all the hard working staff at your child's school £100 worth of stunning orchids and a Bramble Foods bundle worth £50! Find out how on our blog.…
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What to do in your garden - February 2019

This is the time of year when we start gearing up for spring, and you can get ahead of the game by stocking up on all your gardening needs from Longacres, where we everything you need to spruce up your garden for spring – both in store and online!…
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20 Fun Facts About Plants

Plants are fascinating things and there is loads to learn about them. Here is a list of 20 fun facts that we thought you might enjoy!…
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What to do in your garden - March 2018

Now spring is finally here (although it didn’t feel like it with the snow at the beginning of the month!) we can look forward to getting out in the garden and preparing for a colourful season. We are fully stocked with trees, shrubs, perennial and bedding plants all ready for planting now – come and see for yourself!…
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What to do in your garden - February 2018

Now that spring is just around the corner and we’ve had some sunshine, our garden centres are beginning to stock up on a great range of plants. We have so many inspiring plants that will give colour and interest in the upcoming months – come and look at Longacres!…
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What to do in your garden - October 2017

October is the ideal time for planting; your garden soil will be warm, and we’ve had some decent rainfall - these growing conditions mean that plant roots can have a head start on getting established and your garden will be ready to spring into action next year!…
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What to do in your garden - April 2017

There’s so much to do in the garden in April – it’s hard to know where to start! Now is the peak time to plant perennials and shrubs, and our plant centres are fully stocked with some fabulous plants to make your garden look amazing this season.…
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More Than Meat: Cheese Grilling ¦ Longacres

Most people will agree that cheese is great, but not all cheeses are good for everything. There will be some cheeses that excel with certain foods where others fail, and it is in the best interest of any cook to find which cheese works best for what. In this case, we will look at the cheeses that taste the best with food cooking on the grill. Dairy Heat This is actually a difficult subject to discuss since cheese does not normally do well in high temperatures, the variety best suited to the grill should be able to taste good as it melts. Fortunately, there are cheeses that do exactly that, though it may take a bit of exploring beyond the local store to find them. Just to be clear, any kind of cheese will work well on a grill as long as it is melting on top of something. Bread is the best mattress for normal cheese to lie on when grilling, since it transfers heat easily without burning to a blackened husk. Meat is also acceptable in this regard, but the griller/chef should pay close attention to the food and ensure nothing goes black under the yellow and white. Hot Cheese The cheeses discussed here are the ones grillers will have no fear of placing directly on top of the fire for a unique culinary experience. The first of these cheeses is the Haloumi, a salt-brined goat and sheep cheese variety from Cyprus whose curds are heated before processing. This cheese tastes best when lightly grilled and brushed with olive oil, and then served as an appetizer with tomatoes, ripe onions, and cucumbers. Another goat and sheep cheese variety that does not mind taking the heat is the Grecian Kefalotyri. The same recipes of the Haloumi can apply to this cheese; the only notable difference is that the Kefalotyri becomes firmer as it ages. This may change the rate it cooks on the grill, but it should not greatly affect the taste of the final product. We should all remember that the art of the barbecue and grill is not exclusive to cooking and serving meat. There are other ways to grill a special meal, just as long as there is enough imagination and knowledge to do so. If you are looking for quality equipment that can cook a wide variety of food, contact us today. You can also browse through the rest of our website for other products and services that we have on offer.…
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BakerStone: Bringing Homemade Pizzas To Your Outdoor Barbecue

There’s no denying that we all love an outdoor barbecue: skewers, potato salad, burgers, fried onions, paper plates, hotdogs – all the good stuff that we picture on a typical BBQ table spread. What certainly doesn’t come to mind are pizzas, cookies and breads; and those are exactly what the BakerStone Pizza Oven Box brings to the patio table! [embed]http://youtu.be/K1lBy2apN2Q[/embed] We absolutely love this innovative pizza oven box and we want to share with you the reasons why: It’s ideal for parties and gatherings What better way to host an alternative party than with a ‘create-your-own’ pizza night? Buy in the pizza dough, tomato sauce and a selection of toppings (go as crazy as you like – anchovies, pineapple, spinach, olives, bananas?!) and leave everyone to their own pizza creating devices. It creates a fantastic way to interact with your guests, children and adults alike, whilst having great fun. With each pizza taking less than 5 minutes to cook, you will have a steady flow of pizzas being churned out of the oven box ready to devour. Quick and easy to use Not only is the Oven Box easy to assemble in the first instance, it then doesn't require any cables, plugging in, batteries or charging in order to be used. You just pop it straight on top your grill, switch on the grill and monitor the temperature range indicator until it’s at the desired temperature. Cleaning the product after cooking is also easy – keep the burners on for an extra fifteen minutes, the residue will burn off and can be pushed to the back of the oven – simple! Comes complete with added recipes From a classic Margherita to Banana and Nutella Dessert Pizza, BakerStone comes with added inspiration for your cooking – ideal for homemade pizza novices or for changing the perception of regular pizza makers! It doesn’t just have to be pizzas… Despite its name, the pizza oven box is perfect for cooking fish, vegetables, breads, and casseroles – in fact, virtually anything you’d normally put in an oven, but wouldn’t necessarily think to cook outside. Cue the techy part… Want to know how all this is made possible? The Pizza Oven Box design boosts the temperature of outdoor grills to that of a real wood burning pizza oven. Creating a unique air flow system which enhances the convective, conductive and radiant heat in and around the cooking chamber is achieved by the combination of the stone baking chamber with the enamelled steel housing, all of which amounts to incomparable cooking performance. We have absolutely no doubt that you will love the BakerStone Pizza oven Box just as much as we do. The BakerStone Pizza Oven Box is at a fantastic price of £129.99, and would make a perfect gift for virtually any occasion - especially for dads this Christmas!…
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