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Your kitchen must haves

It’s common knowledge that behind every good cook is a great kitchen. Sharp knives, a powerful oven, and the elusive (but oh-so-crucial) non-stick frypan will be your secret weapons when it comes to impressing your dinner party guests.

But maintaining a top-of-the-line kitchen can be expensive: so why don’t you look to hire the kitchen basics? You can enjoy consistently new equipment, with the opportunity to upgrade whenever you like!

We run through our favourite four kitchen essentials that will make your turn as a chef just that little bit easier.

The Belling Double Oven

This is every chef’s dream: the Rolls Royce of ovens, the Belling 90cm stainless steel double oven. Whether you’re feeding a tribe of children or a dinner party for 12, the Belling can have your roast pork crackling above, whilst the apple crumble bubbles below. It has a staggering 39L top cavity and 69L area below, 2 oven shelves, 5 shelf positions, and 9 different oven functions for your cooking needs.

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The Breville Coffee Machine

If your day doesn’t truly begin until you’ve had your coffee fix – and let’s face it, that’s most of us – the best investment you can make is a premium coffee machine. The Breville Café Venezia Espresso Coffee Machine features a slick stainless steel design, temperate control, and dual wall filters for a rich, thick crema.

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The Phillips Food Processor

Pesto. Soup. Cauliflower rice. Gelato. All of those complicated menu items you always thought were out of your league are now at the tips of your fingers thanks to the Philips Viva Food Processor. The powerful 750w motor and over 30 different functionalities lends itself to preparing just about anything: it includes a kneading tool for batter, a chopping knife for meat and vegetables, various metal discs to hand medium to fine shredding, break-resistant blender, an emulsifying disc for whipping, and a chopper mill for grains or coffee beans.

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The Sunbeam Grill

Forget wiping down greasy, sausage-soaked BBQs – opt for the slick new Sunbeam Reversa BBQ Grill. You can use the ribbed side for the perfect steak or grilled vegetables, and then simply flip it over for an even flat fry on the plate side. Compact at only 45cm x 27cm, you can bring the summer BBQ inside, without the mess.

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If you can plug it in, you can FlexiRent it. More details here.

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