(PRWEB UK) 30 March 2013
Rayburn, the respected manufacturer of top-quality range cooking and heating appliances, is delighted to announce that it has signed up leading TV presenter, and Celebrity Masterchef finalist Dick Strawbridge to promote its products.
Strawbridge, a self-confessed long-term fan of Rayburn range cookers, has collaborated with the company on the production of a range of videos for Rayburn owners, which showcase some of the many adventurous recipes which can be created to the highest standards using the full range of capabilities of the Rayburn range cooker.
Dick's love of fine cooking is demonstrated to perfection on a range of delicious seasonal dishes. Nigel Morrison, Marketing Manager of Rayburn says his relaxed and easy presenting style makes the videos an ideal introduction to range cooking for anyone considering buying one of these ultimate kitchen appliances.
"The wide range of capabilities of one of our cookers make it the perfect cooking appliance to help cooks of any ability produce great-tasting dishes with minimum effort," said Nigel.
"We felt that Dick's relaxed presenting style would strike a chord with people who love the idea of using a traditional range cooker to produce great-tasting dishes, but doing so with the minimum of effort."
As well as the recipes, Dick has collaborated on an easy-to-follow introductory guide to the Rayburn which amply shows off the capabilities of a cast iron range cooker, and also helps seasoned Rayburn owners pick up a few tips to help them get the most from their Rayburn cooker.
Rayburn's multi-fuel boiler cookers are much loved by many cooks for their versatility and ability to produce fantastic-quality results, using a range of different power sources, while keeping in the natural goodness of the ingredients used.
Notes to editor:
Dick Strawbridge is an engineer-inventor, sustainability expert and TV presenter. He is perhaps best known for Scrapheap Challenge or his popular BBC2 series, It’s Not Easy Being Green and ITV’s Hungry Sailors where he sails around the south coast with his son James meeting local food producers and cooking their produce. Dick’s latest show, Beat the Ancestors, was recently shown on Channel 5 with more episodes to come in May.
Rayburn cookers come in a number of sizes and there are cooker-only models, those that also provide hot water and even models which can heat an entire house, in the form of solid fuel central heating systems. There are Rayburns that run on solid fuel, natural gas, LPG, oil and electricity. Rayburns use radiant heat to gently cook food, ensuring all the flavour and goodness is locked in. Rayburn cookers come in eight gorgeous colours. To find the Rayburn Cooker that suits you visit http://www.rayburn-web.co.uk/products/product-selector.aspx.