Posted 1st Dec 2015

Quooker holds John Torode masterclass for dealers

By KBBDaily on 1st December 2015 - 15:27pm
Kitchens

Quooker held a cooking masterclass with celebrity chef John Torode – pictured left alongside Quooker UK managing director Stephen Johnson – last week as a treat for its dealers across the UK and Ireland.

The masterclass – which took place at the Good Housekeeping Institute Cookery School in Soho, London – saw Torode show how to prepare several recipes, including a hot bacon and gruyère cheese breakfast bread, roast chicken and a chocolate ice cream amoretti dessert.

According to the company, the dealers were “particularly pleased that John demonstrated recipes that could be replicated at home using supermarket ingredients”. Quooker gave the food made in the masterclass to local Samaritans charity volunteers.

“We’re keen to acknowledge our dealers as they are vital to our business and a key route to market for us,” said Johnson. “Our entire Nordic range, which includes the Fusion and Twin Taps, is exclusive to our showroom dealers and we value the strong partnerships that we have been able to develop with them. It was a really fun day and our way of saying thank you.”


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