Posted 17th April

KitchenAid launches new cookery school

By KBBDaily on 17th April 2019 - 10:30am
Kitchen, Cookery, KitchenAid, Culinary

KitchenAid has introduced cookery classes at its London Experience store on Wigmore Street, consumers can join chef Lisa Marley to experience the appliances and learn a variety of cooking techniques.

Classes are scheduled over the coming months, including plant-based recipes class, a chocolate making workshop, and a pasta and pizza masterclass – which will be held on 15th May. The aim is to give consumers a chance to get hands-on with the KitchenAid Twelix Artisan oven, which offers features including 11 professional functions for bakery and pastry items. Some classes will also give consumers the chance to cook using the sous-vide method with the KitchenAid Chef Touch.

KitchenAid channel controller Lee Collett said: “The KitchenAid Cookery School gives consumers a unique opportunity to get to know KitchenAid appliances. The KitchenAid consumer is passionate about cooking and our new cookery classes allow attendees to learn the best techniques from a professional chef, to take their expertise and creativity in the kitchen to the next level.”

For more information on the KitchenAid Cookery School and to learn about any specific classes, visit the website at:

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