Cooking on gas

Cooking on gas


Posted 8th Jun 2015

There’s nothing quite like a gathering of family and friends for a bit of alfresco dining to put us in the summer spirit. With barbecue season now in full swing, many of us are enjoying chargrilled food in the garden to celebrate the sun.

As well as enjoying mouth-watering outdoor meals, you can also enjoy all the benefits of cooking on gas indoors – even if you’re not connected to mains gas.

Calor explains how you can make indoor cooking with LPG just as spontaneous as firing up one of its gas barbecues…

If you live in rural area without access to mains gas, you may feel like you don’t have many options when it comes to cooking. You probably know the frustration of using an electric hob that takes forever to heat up, and is lacking in heat control!

Have no fear, electricity isn’t your only option. Using Calor gas means that you can have all the convenience and controllability of cooking on gas – it’s ideal for rustling up meals in your kitchen any time of the year, whether it’s a quick snack, or dinner party feast.

Top chefs will tell you that you get the best results with a gas flame. By cooking with Calor gas you can make each dish perfect every time with speed, controllability and precision, making dinnertime delicious.

Looking for a gas cooker? There are a range of LPG cookers available from Calor, from basic single oven cookers to range cookers, free-standing and fixed. There is also a range of LPG hobs and electric hoods.

Plus, if you want a traditional rustic look that’s in keeping with a country kitchen, Calor offers a selection of Rangemaster cookers, and they can also install a gas cooker point if you have not previously had access to gas in your kitchen.

Calor gas is not just a fabulous fuel for cooking, it’s also ideal for heating off-grid homes, and can also be used to power gas fires and even tumble dryers!

What’s more, there is a fantastic range of ‘A’-rated, high efficiency LPG boilers on the market. Modern high efficiency gas boilers will certainly reduce the amount of energy you use for your heating and hot water, and if replacing an oil boiler, you’ll usually find they are cheaper to buy than a new oil boiler.

Many people choose to store their gas in a tank, using it for their heating, hot water and cooking. However if you’re not yet ready to make a full conversion to LPG, cylinders can provide you with an on-tap gas supply just for cooking – ideal if you’re extending or upgrading your kitchen and want to make the switch to cooking on gas.

Switching to gas in your home couldn’t be easier, it’s simple and hassle-free, and if you sign up with Calor before the end of 2015 for your home heating, they’ll install an above ground tank and connect you to gas for free*.

Please visit www.calor.co.uk or call 0800 085 5023 for more information.

* Terms and conditions for the free gas connection offer apply.






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