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Logik Chimney Cooker Hood Stainless Steel £29.99 using code /  Smeg KI52E Canopy Cooker Hood £32 (more in post) @ Currys
Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
A number of low cost cooker hoods using code BI40 at checkout which discounts by £40. Seems to work on most that I tested. Individual links below, get deal link goes to all cooke… Read more

I think the penny has dropped, they're losing money on this deal, someone's gonna get a rollicking at currys.


Thanks for the advice. They eventually told me to buy it at full price and they will refund the difference. I got the call today saying I should have the money in my account within next 5 working days so happy days I guess


The Same thing happen to me . I rang yesterday and I was told that my order has been canceled without any reason!! they said they will return my money back and sorry!! WTH that is not my answer! I complained and they said they will issue a £40 voucher so I can go and get one from a local store . Do not give up mate ! (strong)


You should get them to substitute for one of the other hoods which is what I did.


Wow, that's pathetic!

3.5L Crock-pot slow cooker reduced to £10 in-store @ Tesco
LocalLocalFound 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Seen in monifieth Tesco. Has been £20 then £16, now £10
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I would have snapped it up if it was. Already got a crock pot so didn't bother buying but thought it was a decent price


Only if it was the crockpot pressure cooker /multicooker


Looks like a croc-of-s**t to me (embarrassed)


Banger of a deal? (skeptical)

Tower 6L Pressure Cooker £29.99 Robert Dyas  - free c&c
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Boasting a generous 6-litre cooking and 22-centimetres diameter, this Tower stainless steel pressure cooker provides plenty of space for cooking delicious, healthy meals. Features… Read more

Just ordered one. Used @batista 's code HL19DD and effectively got delivery free + another quid or so off the price. 😁😁😁


It's horses for courses really GalaxySeven. However, if you register the Tower it's guaranteed for 10 years. Also re a post (see other post) use a code and get even more off.


use HL19DD , get another £5 off and get it for £24.99


What are you cooking in a pressure cooker that takes long enough to cook that you care about pressure levels? I have an electric pressure cooker that can turn casserole beef into a tender stew in 20 mins. I can't think doing it in 10 mins would be life altering. Manually depressurising the thing and that sudden worry of whether it's going to blow the hood off your cooker are things of the past my friend.


Got this one @ Dunhelm last time on offer for similar price. Not as good as my old Fissler (which was 3-times the price). I prefer a stove top model because you can brown a roast before cooking (electric cookers aren't hot enough). BTW, the reduced pressure in newish pressure cookers is for safety reasons. Too many of the old high pressure cookers blew up because people do not pay enough attention during the cooking process, i.e. turn temperatur down in time.

Wilko Multi Cooker with Deep Fryer 5.6L £20 @ Wilkos
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
5.6 litre capacity Removable pot for easy cleaning Use as a steamer, slow cooker, deep fryer and more Our versatile 5.6 litre Multi Cooker will steam, stew, roast, sear, slow co… Read more

There's one review that makes no sense, one that is overwhelmingly positive and a question submitted as a review. I bought one and have been impressed.


mine works well


Not very good reviews at all, I was tempted until I read them!

Half Price Wilko Multi Cooker 5L - £20 + Free C&C @ Wilko
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Serve up a feast with our Electric Multi Cooker. Take the hassle out of home-cooked meals with our 5 litre multi cooker that has 12 automatic cooking options. With an easy to… Read more

6L deal £25 @ Wilko here


Why only wait 20 minutes when you could have put them in a slow cooker and waited 5 hours ;)


That's the one to get. Got a pressure cooker for Christmas and it's amazing. Best rice I've ever made. Beautiful tender chicken legs in twenty minutes.


I have an Ambiano one (from Aldi) which is also billed as a "Multi-Cooker". Unlike this one it is a pressure cooker. At least this one doesn't seem to have the pressure feature. Just to say that I am a convert to cooking with pressure. Especially for things like soups, curries, stews etc it is brilliant. Just throw everything in, give it a stir and press the buttons. Cooks so fast and the dishes have that texture and flavour as if they had been slow-cooked for hours. I haven't used it for things like rice, because we have a dedicated rice cooker. If the pressure version of this was available for a tenner or so more, I would go with that.


Or for £5 more their pressure cooker that appears to do most/ all of the above and then some.

Daewoo 5.5L Digital Slow Cooker Stainless Steel £19.99 (Free C&C) @ Robert Dyas
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Good bit of kit at a decent price. Free C&C or otherwise £3.50 for delivery. There is also the code JAN19DM which takes £5 off a spend of £25 if you clubbed with something e… Read more
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I didn't fry the meat first, but I know with certain meats it is recommended to do so. I cooked the pasta separately once the slow cooker had finished cooking.


Did you not need to fry some ingredients for the bolognese sauce before puttin in the slow cooker? as well as having to coo the pasta separately?



So this will just end up in the garage not being used?


My sister bought me this slow cooker for Christmas as I've always thought of having one. Used it for the first time last weekend to make a spag bol. It's brilliant, it got really hot on the high setting so next time I'll set to low and go slow. It's quite large so I'm not sure how suitable it would be just to make one meal in it at a time, but it will undoubtedly still be more energy efficient than using the oven. With the Spag bol, I made a big batch and decanted the rest and froze them. The timer is a great feature and after the set time has expired the cooker turns itself on a automatic warm up mode. I never experienced any evaporation (as previously mentioned) however I did leave the glass lid on throughout cooking and never took it off as this is apparently a big no, no for slow cooking. Thus far I would highly recommend this cooker (y) 🏻

Half Price Wilko 6L Pressure Cooker with 2 year guarantee - £25 + Free C&C @ Wilko
Refreshed 23rd JanRefreshed 23rd Jan
Serve up a feast with our versatile 6 Litre Electric Pressure Cooker. It cooks quickly to lock in flavour and goodness and has 10 automatic programmes making it perfect for cooking… Read more
KrispiiDuck Pinch of Nom have some pressure cooker recipes and also


What? There are pressure cooking groups? Please, please share.


Bargain! These things are fab.


Cheers, I shall check and be disappointed! However bit was cheap (lol) I will look out for a cheap Bella in the future 😝


it will be lower, a good stove top runs around 15psi, the better electric ones around 11psi but the cheaper ones like the pressure king range only run at 7.2psi Electric pressure cookers will have the “valve release pressure” written in very small text on the underside of the pressure release valve either on the plastic housing, or the metal part of the valve i was tempted with this wilko one but i just picked up an unused bella 6qt multicooker and looking at it's valve then it is 90kpa which is around 13psi and to make the deal sweeter i only paid £15 for it :D

Daewoo 1.5L Manual Slow Cooker - Stainless Steel - £8.99 + Free C&C @ Robert Dyas
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Prepare a meal for up to 2 people using the 1.5L slow cooker from Daewoo. You can switch it on in the morning, head to work or simply get on with chores while your meal cooks away.… Read more

Plenty in stock at Chancery Lane branch - in basement turn left down the stairs. Don’t forget 15% off this weekend (with voucher or just show the email for those subscribing to RD)


Why didn't you post it on here


Great discount


Some people dont have gas though. To have something hot for when you get in and slow cooked does make meat more tender as well, not as good as a pressure cooker though. Have you ever tried cooking a chicken in a pressure cooker?


I wont buy any cookworks stuff after trying to return one of their kettles, very very very slow to switch off, was boiling for 45 seconds. and they went and boiled it in the back. I didnt get a refund , if it was another brand not owned by Argos i would have been able to return it. One of the staff thought it wasnt an Argos brand so was going to refund me. Another staff member said no as its their own brand, weird rule. I tried arguing the point and that its a kettle, all that someone needs to do is boil it to sterilize it again. One of them had a severely bad attitude as well. Make sure you know what you need to know before buying a cookworks itemi, id open the box and check it there as well. esp if its for food related.

3L Stainless steel Slow Cooker £10 @ Asda instore.
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Also online but OOS at the moment.
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I have a tefal electronic slow cooker which I use mainly for rice, extremely easy to clean just like the pot in your cookworks one. Would defo upgrade to pressure cooker style of slow cooker. Makes me want to dig out my 50 year old pressure cooker which you just stick in the hob.


I have a Jamie Oliver branded machine made by Tefal that i picked up for £15 in a charity shop and a cookworks one, of the two it is usually the cookworks one that is used as it has more programs for rice, slow cooker +++


Fair enough, id consider getting a pressure cooker but only when my slow cooker pops its clogs - my kitchen is tiny and space is a premium. What model of pressure cooker do you have?


no hassle as such but the gravy always reduces a fair amount in a slow cooker while the pressure cooker you would not see much if any difference as it is a sealed unit and only releases a small bit of steam before it closes the valve.


looks like you have memories of your grans old pressure cooker :) the newer breed of electric ones you would not even notice they are on

Instant pot Duo v2 £70 off! 7 in 1 cooker - poss energy saving £100 Sold by Instant Pot UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
Ive heard so much about this pot and I was going to buy this two days ago for £140 but for some reason waited went to get it today and its another £40 off. If you use the amazon sm… Read more
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You only need a plug shape adaptor to use in India. They use 220v 50hz, UK items will work without issue. The advise above is incorrect.


I purchased one for £79 on black Friday from Amazon. I also tried the Pressure King Pro and there are lots of cheaper ones. However the IP is really well made, specifically the inner stainless steel pot which can be put on a hotplate with the lid on. I have a second inner pot so I can then cook more things for the same meal and of course you can get inner stackable pans as another accessory to cook multiple things at the same time. I haven't stopped using it every day since then and my wife loves that I now do most of the cooking :)


May be you are right and I dnt want to sound like an advocate for IP but I have boiled 6 eggs today in IP in 5-7mins and have made porridge in the past (with no stirring or baby sitting) in 10mins.


Also I got all my accessories online either from amazon or ebay but some here and some in USA.


The price isn't too bad if I'm honest.. And about cooking foods that need same cooking times.. You will get more confident as you use it more and understand how to find a happy medium. For example if I cook dal in one box rice in other and dry veg curry in third, I know dal needs more time so I will either soak it for few mins bef cooking or use hot water from kettle to make the cooking faster. All three things cook in 15 mins and no clean up at all other than the 3 boxes. Happy days!

Cookworks Pressure Cooker - £19.99 @ Argos (Free C&C)
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Cookworks pressure cooker back in stock at Argos price is now £19.99 but still a bargain

Maybe it means the sauté setting?


Bought one of these yesterday website says Keep warm mode.Delay timer.I cannot find switch, recipe book says on several recipes reduce heat to medium? no such switch misleading again from argos, junk


Normally over an hour with lentils


How long does a veggy soup take you normally? :/


I managed to get one of these for £15 honestly I’d definitely have paid more it’s excellent. I used it last night I made homemade vegetable soup and it took all of 15 minutes :o

Wilko Multi Cooker 5L Now £25  was £40 @ Wilko
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Serve up a feast with our Electric Multi Cooker. Take the hassle out of home-cooked meals with our 5 litre multi cooker that has 12 automatic cooking options. With an easy to use p… Read more

Is this a pressure cooker? It doesn't state but it looks like one.


Looked at this yesterday but ended up buying the 6ltr pressure cooker, OK only has 10 functions but some functions will do other things as you can add or subtract the cooking time of each function. Does all this can do plus 1ltr bigger and a pressure cooker to boot for same price ;)

Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - Black £14.99 Argos
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT Enjoy precisely cooked rice every time with the Cookworks rice cooker. Say goodbye to standing over the hob checking your rice isn’t burning and the water isn’t… Read more

Showing as £22.99 now? :/ bummer. Just about to click and collect


Don't understand why it's cold. :/ Price wise stays the same(1l=£10, 1.5l=£15). And good reviews, most of them just recently.


Asda one is 1l this is 1.5l so basicly the same price only different brand. ;)


Asda one is only £10

Cookworks Pressure cooker at Argos for £19.99 -Back in stock
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
There was a deal for this last week at 14.99 but i missed it due to out of stock, it is now showing as in stock for collection in 4 days in all my local branches so fought it might… Read more

I also bought one last week for £14.99. Wanted one for a while but I’m far too tight but couldn’t resist at that price. I’m disappointed in myself for waiting so long. It’s great to use, saves so much time and the pot cleans really easily. Definitely reco


and over the course of lunchtime they've all sold out!


Missed it last time when it was posted... This time also I almost missed, I reserved the last one of my nearest store. Thanks OP


My mum bought a pressure cooker when I was a child over 35 years ago now. Not sure about the ones of today, but when I was a child they were pretty noisy and scary and when the food was cooked I'd quickly make an exit from the kitchen - I honestly thought that the thing was going to blow up. After experiencing that one, I've never actually bought one myself, though I should imagine that the ones of today are a lot safer.


I have it . Voted hot

Rice cooker £10 Asda - free c&c
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Create the perfect rice dish using this hassle-free and stylish rice cooker. With two settings, cook or warm, the compact rice cooker couldn't be simpler to use and comes with a no… Read more

This could literally be my story. I find cooking it in a pan this way actually makes better rice too.


Thanks but been posted before



OK so many moons ago I bought a Cookworks rice cooker from Argos and thougt it was the dogs danglies for cooking rice. Probably cost the same back then. Since the paint, non stick layer, came off it was eventually consigned to the "give to son when he moves out box". I now use a small Scoville neverstick pan and cook 1 portion of rice to 2 of boiling water for 20 minutes on lowest heat with lid on then allow 10 minutes rest without removing lid then fluff up afterwards and get same resulting perfectly cooked rice.... Obviously depends on the type of rice youre cooking but easy cook and basmati cook fine, some of the starchier rice might need lots more rinsing prior to cooking...


yeah i really should stop listening to the likes of the FDA, the UK FSA and even the EU FSA which each advise that this is a real problem and take steps to monitor it. not sure why you are against a little salt in the cooking water, it raises the boiling pint giving you a few seconds to react before it flows all over the stove and will be mostly washed away as you rinse the rice so can't see any health risk unless of course you are using one of these and the salt will spoil the taste of your extra arsenic :D

Wilko Slow Cooker 3.5L Was £12.00 now £9.00 @ Wilko free C&C 2 Year Guarantee
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Price issue now resolved .Originally £16.00 then £12.00 now £9.00 Our 3.5 Litre Slow Cooker is ideal for cooking stews, curries and casseroles. The glass cover lets you see what's … Read more
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Hmmmmmmm (mad)


It will warm you up but very slowly.


How many portions would this be able to hold?


Thanks ordered one last wk for my daughter. Will ask her if theres a timer or not. X


Great deal, just a shame no timer on it that I can tell.

Pressure King Pro 3 Litre Pressure Cooker £34 @ Amazon
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Lowest ever price on Amazon for the 3 litre size in Chrome. This pressure cooker is well reviewed and was recommended to me by a friend, a great deal at this price for anyone looki… Read more

Best not go into a pro kitchen then. XD


I have this model from Amazon and it's got the sauté option. Its called 'Browning' and is on the same button as 'meat'. You just have to keep the lid off to use the function. I got mine from Amazon a few months ago when it was £25 so this should be the same model. ;)


aluminium was a popular material during the 60's and 70's.... today, Alzheimer’s is as popular as aluminium cooking pots were then.


Difference from pushing a couple of buttons and walking away then automatically switching to keep warm if needed versus fanning around getting correct continuous pressure on cooker. It can also be used as a slow cooker and for sautee


It doesn’t have the sauté option if anyone is bothered.

Cooks Professional Cast Iron 8 piece pots and pans set, £117.89 with code @ Groupon
Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
The price for the 8 piece set is £130.99. The code 'TRIPLE' works for new accounts to bring the cost down to £117.89 (use a different/new email address). You should also be able … Read more

I've received these. Very happy with the '5 piece's grouping but the handles on the saucepans seem a bit ropey. Also it's (maybe) being delivered by Hermes (annoyed)


Already tracked @ £23.58 so if it confirms I've paid £107.41. There's always a chance Quidco won't play ball if you use a code anyway so I'm happy regardless. Maybe the TRIPLE code has expired perhaps now we're into 2019?


There are usually loads of Groupon codes kicking about but fingers crossed for your cashback!


Cheers OP. Couldn't get the code to work, even with a new account, but a possible 18% Quidco softens the blow. Have some heat like these pans will when they get here ;)


Delivery is 'expedited' so they're going to work off some extra turkey!

Rangemaster Kitchener 90 £899.99 @ Currys
Found 31st Dec 2018Found 31st Dec 2018
Thought this is very good deal if anyone is looking for a new oven. Next price is £300 more. Extra 10% off £999.99

How big will this get if you don't mind me asking?


Every single manufacturer does it, they all have products out there with their name on it but not made by them, this was a particularly bad move by Rangemaster as it can put people off of their in house made cookers that are actually made really well.


It was indeed the Rangemaster 60cm cooker. Such a rubbish and misleading thing to do and put their brand on it then?


Do ovens come exclusively as gas or are they all electric now?


Are both ovens electric on this cooker?

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