Sunday, 13 August 2017

Lobster Apron Review and Giveaway.



There is one place in my house where I spend the most time and that is in the Kitchen. I am always trying out new recipes for the blog, but more cooking means more cleaning and one thing I find I always get wrong is that I get stains on my cloths from splatters or just touching my hands on my clothes and marking them. Indian spices such as turmeric are very healthy but the colour stains terribly. Keeping this in mind, I make sure I always wear an apron whilst cooking. I go through so many aprons each year that I have to keep replacing them frequently. I hate to wear discoloured aprons so always keep clean fresh ones in the drawer. When Lobster Homeware asked me if I would like to receive one of their new Lobster Aprons I jumped at the chance. You can never have too many aprons in the home.

My Lobster Apron arrived in a lovely white fabric bag. When I opened it, I found the cutest apron ever, white heavy duty cotton with red  lobster pattern all over it. It has a button adjustment on the neck strap so that it can fit anyone and it also has sturdy ties for the waist. However the best thing about this apron is that it is no ordinary apron. Integrated into it, is a pocket on the bib for holding a mobile phone. No more losing the mobile phone when you need it for that quick photo whilst cooking.



There are two detachable oven gloves attached to the apron, so that you always have gloves at hand when you need to lift something hot. The gloves can also be used as heat mats.This is brilliant innovation as I can never find gloves nearby when I need them and often use a tea towel which is not really safe. The apron has two loops on the waist line for holding tea towels so I am less likely to wipe my hands on the apron itself!! The apron also has two large pockets, I love this as it allows me to have a pen and pad ready at hand when I am developing recipes to jot down.





The apron is well thought out and perfect for a foodie like me as I have everything I need at hand within the apron. The apron retails at £ 35.00 and you can purchase it from Lobster Homeware. It may sound pricey but it is fantastic quality, and has so many more extras incorporated in it that it's worth it.

The aprons are also available in different designs. Lobster Homeware also support the ssafa-The armed forces charity. For every camouflage barbecue apron, they will make a small donation to the charity. That is so noble of the company, don't you think???

*** I was sent an apron to test out in my kitchen, all views and opinions shared are my own as are the photos.

As always I love my readers to try out products I use in my kitchen. Lobster Homeware have been very generous and have offered to send one simplyfood reader an apron.


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71 comments:

  1. I used to, but my partner managed to set it on fire!!

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  2. No, only cos I don't have one lol x

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  3. yes always because I am such a messy cook!

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  4. Not nearly as often as I should!

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  5. Only for stuff that splatters.

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  6. use one when I`m baking and doing roasts but not other times

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  7. Not always, but usually when making something from scratch x

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  8. yes, im quite a messy cook, so its either wear an apron or change my whole outfit!

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  9. no but i should do because i make a mess when im cooking

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  10. No, and then I complain that I've got something down me!

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  11. Katerina Economides13 August 2017 at 19:25

    I wear one if I'm cooking something that's going to splash or spit. x

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  12. I always always always wear an apron I couldn't prepAre food without one on!

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  13. Yes,because I am a very messy cook!

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  14. Sometimes! If I I'm doing a big batch of cooking or baking tend to remember to wear one.

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  15. Need to use an apron

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  16. Yes I do, Something will always splash up, also useful for drying hands on.

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  17. It depends on how messy the recipe is - if there's something involving flour/icing sugar I usually wear one.

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  18. It depends on what I'm making and how messy it might be.

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  19. Only sometimes but I should always wear one as I'm such a messy cook

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  20. I wear one when i'm baking or doing a new recipe

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  21. I never wear an apron but I should ..

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  22. I tend to wear an apron more when I am baking.

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  23. I'm really bad at remembering to put on an apron. It's not til I have spilled stuff all over me that I remember an apron may have been a good idea!

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  24. Yes, when baking cakes, scones, chilli con carne etc - who wants to be splashed (Accidentally) and have to change once you have finished cooking?!

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  25. Yes always and for doing housework

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  26. I try to remember but often end up relying on teatowels instead

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  27. Must admit I am lazy they are there but seldom used could do with a new one

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  28. this pinny is actually really groovy xx

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  29. I usually wear an apron, it prevents my clothes from getting dirty

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  30. Yes though my husband does most of the cooking. I need to wear one when I am eating however as I am so messy.

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  31. If I am doing a lot of cooking I do

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  32. Yes, it is very useful.

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  33. I do when i am making cakes, but for everyday cooking not usually.

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  34. Sometimes when cokking messy things

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  35. Yes always. I use an apron who goes around the waist.

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  36. Well yes, but..........my apron is fairly horrid, its a mans and drowns me, and very very old so a little grubby, so i have not been wearing it to my downfall, tumeric splashed all over my white t shirt the other day! Not good lol...x

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  37. Not normally, I set the last one on fire!!

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  38. no, but i try not to get stuff on my clothes! I do need an apron though!!

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  39. I never wear an apron, I definitely should though!

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  40. I use an apron if i am baking and using eggs and flour

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  41. After decades of not using one and ruining my clothes, I have found wisdom in old age and usually put one on.

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  42. Yes, but only when I'm baking! I get cake mixture everywhere!

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  43. No but I make a lot of mess & should!

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  44. No but defo need one, I literally have to change into old clothes as soon as start cooking. Messy lady

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  45. only when I am baking or making something complicated! I try and keep things tidy

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  46. this is just amazing. I use an apron when I fry up

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  47. Sometimes I do, like cooking stir frys

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  48. Only for baking, I seem to get flour everywhere

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  49. I always do because I'm a painfully messy cook!

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  50. When baking I always do but sometimes I forget when I am cooking tea.

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  51. I use an apron when I'm entertaining and want to keep my clothes clean. Otherwise for everyday cooking I just wear old clothes :)

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  52. O dont habe one but would love one for making dinner

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  53. I love aprons when cooking! My nan always wore an apron when baking cakes and pastries.

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  54. I always wear an apron when I'm cooking a roast, or if I'm dressed up because I'm entertaining. I also have a novelty chefs hat that comes out at Christmas!

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  55. Most of the time, especially when icing sugar is involved or frying anything

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