Cooking with gas
With Christmas only a matter of weeks away, it’s the perfect time to show off your
culinary skills with fancy, festive feasts
The festive season is upon us, so you are probably gearing up for dinner parties, drinks events and opening up your home to family and friends. If you live in a rural area out of reach of mains gas, you may feel that you’re a little restricted when choosing a fuel for things such as heating, hot water and cooking.
Traditionally, oil has been the default option for rural homeowners; however this can leave you with an unsightly tank, taking up space in your garden. Easy to spot tanks can also put you at risk of fuel theft – not to mention the dangers an oil leak can pose to the environment and potential clean-up costs. But there is a solution that let’s you have all the convenience of gas – liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
LPG from Calor, for example, gives you all the comfort and convenience of a mains gas fuel supply. When it comes to cooking the all-important Christmas dinner, with LPG you’ll be able to rely on your most important appliance in the kitchen – the cooker. LPG means you have the controllability of a real flame on the hob, something that top
chefs will tell you is essential for improving the precision of your cooking so that you can rustle up that perfect supper.
There is also a wide range of LPG cookers available to fit in with the style and décor of your kitchen, whether you’re after an AGA for a rustic country feel, or a modern range cooker for a contemporary design, there are options to suit every home.
Alongside being versatile, LPG is the cleanest and greenest of all off-grid fossil fuels and is also really efficient, with modern condensing LPG boilers achieving efficiencies of 90 per cent and more. What’s more BIOLPG, a more renewable and sustainable form of LPG from Calor, means you can reduce your carbon footprint further – so you can make guests feel better about themselves as they tuck into your masterpieces this Christmas.