New World cookers

New World is a proudly British appliance company, and their cookers are made to the highest of standards (as are their refrigerators, dishwashers, et cetera). Still, if it was possible to make a completely infallible cooker, we wouldn’t be here, and even New World appliances – with their outstanding quality and stiff upper lip – can break down on occasion.

If your New World cooker isn’t working properly, our sprawling collection of New World spares almost certainly contains the part that you’re missing. We sell spare parts for all types of New World cookers, including freestanding ovens like the New World ES50S and built-in appliances like the NW90G. Even the largest of New World cookers, such as the 55HLG, can be repaired with the help of Cooker Spare Parts.

If you can’t find the part you’re looking for, or if we don’t seem to have your New World model on our list, give us a call on 02920 451 222 and we’ll do our best to find a part that will do the job.

Today is a very special day for many English people, it being National Picnic Day and all! Though wait a minute, what about St. George? Well we are quite confident that even the patron saint of England enjoyed a good outdoor feast from time to time, and what is more English than a leisurely picnic?

To celebrate this glorious day we thought we would share a few tips with you on how to have the perfect picnic!

Take Finger Food

Take as much finger food as you possibly can so you needn’t worry about plates, cutlery, and anything else that is going to be a nuisance to carry. Some good finger food includes fruits, crackers and cheeses, tortillas and dips etc.

Sensible Selection

Assuming the weather is going to be nice – which we always optimistically do, being British and all – you want to pick foods that aren’t going to be so affected by heat. For example if you’re taking cheese then opt for something like Brie or Camembert which pleasingly melts in the heat, as opposed to cheddar which’ll just get greasy. Also, avoid any desserts that are going to melt like ice cream, or foods containing mayonnaise that can quickly turn.

Ice, Ice Baby

A bit of ice can go a long way in helping your picnic stay fresher for longer so think about including some. We realise that the inclusion of ice-packs is going to increase the weight of your picnic so be smart –  kill two birds with one stone and use frozen bottles of water or juice instead, that way you get a chilled, refreshing drink at the end of it too.

Use a Tablecloth

We love designating our own little plot of picnic perfection with a blanket, but it actually makes more sense to use a tablecloth! They essentially serve the same purpose but a tablecloth is going to be easier to wash and a lot lighter to carry – and trust us, you’ll be grateful of a lightened load when you’re lugging your stuff back to the car.

Entertainment

We’re sure you can keep eachother amused but it always helps to have a few little pastimes for when you’re done snacking. A ball of any sorts, a pack of cards, or a Frisbee are all excellent choices as they can entertain any number of people and take up very little space to transport.

A couple of months ago, we revealed five surprisingly interesting facts about the Zanussi company. You might think that learning about the history of an appliance manufacturer would be boring, but on the contrary, that blog post proved that these things can be deceptively engrossing!

Still, we appreciate that you’re unlikely to care about Zanussi’s ties to record-breaking ocean liners and silent film festivals when your cooker has broken down and you desperately need a new element. Don’t worry, though – just because we enjoy digging up miscellanea on our manufacturers doesn’t mean that we can’t help to fix their appliances too!

We’ve got a large collection of spare parts for Zanussi cookers, and they’re available to buy right here on our website. No matter what model you use, we’ve got the parts for you – it could be a compact oven like the Zanussi ZBF360X or something bigger like the Zanussi ZOU330X, but either way, we’re pretty sure that we’ll be able to help.

And if your model number isn’t showing up in our Zanussi section, it’s always worth giving us a bell before you look elsewhere. Call 02920 451 222 and one of our brilliant cooker boffins will find out whether or not we’ve got anything to offer you – it’s very rare that we don’t!

Easter has been and gone and we all had lovely long bank holiday weekends filled with lie-ins, rubbish television and copious amounts of chocolate. If you're anything like us, you had eyes bigger than your belly and have ended up with more chocolate than you could possibly scoff your way through in a weekend, even if you ate chocolate for every meal of the day!

We're all back on the summer diets, but we've all vowed to start once all the chocolate is gone, right? Well we've gathered some recipes that will use up your leftover chocolate in fun and interesting ways, and once all these yummy treats are done and dusted, THEN we can start the healthy eating...Monday...next Monday...a Monday in the future. Perhaps. 

1. Chocolate Fondue 

This one is simple but effective and makes a delicious and fun dessert! Prepare some of your favourite sweet treats - marshmallows, sweets, chunks of fruit, nuts. Melt all the chocolate in a big bowl and dunk your sweet of choice in the delicious warm and gooey chocolate. This can get incredibly messy, but that makes it even more fun right? It's extremely fun, especially if you've got little ones. You can add cocktail sticks to make the process a little easier if you're opting for this dessert choice at a dinner party. 

2. Chocolate Rice Crispy Cakes

This is an absolute classic. One of the most simple cake recipes you learn when you're little that never loses its magic. Melt all your chocolate and grab some Rice Krispies or Cornflakes, or really any cereal you have leftover. Stir the cereal into the melted chocolate, make sure all the pieces are nice and covered. Spoon the mixture into cake cases on a baking tray, pop in the oven for 15-20 mins until the mixture sticks. Leave to cool for a yummy snack!

3. Chocolate Brownies

There are two ways you can incorporate your leftover chocolate into brownies - you can buy a brownie mix and whack your melted chocolate into the mix before popping them in the oven, or you can mix things up a little when making brownies from scratch. To make quick and easy brownies you need 400g of caster sugar, 225g melted butter, 60g cocoa powder, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, 4 eggs, 225g plain flour, 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon of salt and then in this instance, loads of delicious melted leftover chocolate! Mix all the ingredients in one big bowl in the order listed above and then bake at 180 degrees or on gas mark 4 for 15-20 minutes until the mixture is crunchy on the outside but still soft and gooey in the middle. Cool before cutting and then serve! 

4. Chilli Chocolate Lollipops 

Melt your chocolate, sprinkle in some chilli powder. Spoon the chocolate into large circular dollops on greaseproof paper and add in lollipop sticks. Leave to set somewhere cool and dry before peeling your chocolate pops off the paper for a sweet and spicy after dinner treat! 

5. Chocolate Pots 

To make delicious and creamy chocolate pots which are the perfect accompaniment to a post-dinner coffee, you need 50ml of milk, 100g of your leftover chocolate and 100ml double cream. Heat the milk in a pan until it simmers, leave it cool ever so slightly before adding your chocolate. Stir and melt in the chocolate, then allow to cool slightly before gently stirring in the cream and mixing thoroughly. Pour into pots and allow to cool for several hours before serving a smooth and tasty treat.

With such a humongous variety of cookers on the market, the single most important thing about running a spare parts business is diversity. We do our best to provide spares for as many different models as possible - after all, the more cookers we cater to, the more people we can potentially help!

You're probably aware that we stock parts for many different brands, but do you realise just how many different appliances each different company has put its name to? There are almost a thousand unique models listed in our Stoves section alone, and we've got replacement parts to suit every single one of 'em.

This is great news for you, the customer, because it means that no matter what you've got in your kitchen, we can probably be of some use to you. Whether your freestanding Stoves 600G oven needs a new door seal or your Stoves 900E range cooker is down a control knob, we can help. The Cooker Spare Parts collection even includes spares for discontinued models like the 900DFA, so you should never assume that your faithful old appliance is beyond repair!