Posted 25th Sep 2019

TV chef chooses Novy appliances for new cookery school

25th September 2019 - 15:10pm
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Masterchef 2014 winner Ping Coombes, pictured, has opened her new Ping’s Masak Club in Wiltshire, and has chosen Novy as the appliance partner for the new cookery school.

The school teaches Malaysian cookery courses to groups of up to six people, with all dishes created using surface-based appliances and an emphasis on wok cooking.

According to Novy, Ping chose its appliances for their “advanced induction and extraction”. The school uses Novy Maxi Pureline 150cm ceiling hood, Novy Induction Pro 38cm modular induction hob, and 38cm induction wok.

“Not only do the induction hobs look fantastic, they are fast, safe and easy to clean plus they have lots of useful functions,” Ping said. “Novy is world-renowned for making the quietest and most effective extraction appliances, so it was an easy decision to choose Novy for my new cookery school.”

Novy country manager Owain Harrison added: “It is an absolute pleasure for me and all of us at Novy to be associated with Ping Coombes and the launch of the Masak Club. Ping’s flair for cookery was obvious when she entered Masterchef in 2014: her skills on the show were outstanding as she mastered every task from modern European cookery to her signature Malaysian-inspired dishes that eventually and deservedly won the competition that year.

“Her passion for the tastes that she grew up with is inspirational, and she is certainly flying the flag for delicious Malaysian cuisine here in the UK. I am so pleased that Ping specified Novy induction and extraction appliances for her cookery school and she is already a wonderful advocate for the brand.”

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