In the new Kenwood Lab at Farm 65 you will find 24 kitchen-stations with Kenwood equipment within the Milanese culinary hub, and many initiatives and training courses for enthusiasts and aspiring chefs are planned.
Kenwood, world leader in food preparation products, chooses Culinary Hub Farm 65 in Milan for its cooking laboratory. It will be a meeting point of Kenwood taste and gastronomic culture where anyone, passionate and aspiring chefs, can follow courses held by great Chefs with the equipment of the well-known English manufacturer as a special ally. 24 kitchen-stations where you can participate in courses for all levels up to the professional ones, with the planetary mixer with top cooking function di gamma Kenwood Cooking Chef XL supplied on each station; the ease of use and great versatility make this new Kenwood machine the ideal tool to guide and help the kitchen experience of Farm 65 users.
KENWOOD LAB: all Kenwood technology available to everyone
Thanks to the new patented induction cooking system, Kenwood Cooking Chef XL allows you to knead, cook, fry, melt and sauté ranging from 20 to 180 degrees. With the innovative and convenient integrated scale EasyWeigh Scales You can save time and space by weighing ingredients directly into the bowl or by placing them on top of the machine. From the integrated touchscreen display, easy to use, you can interact with the interface CookAssist, the Kenwood digital assistance system with which to control the preparation of dishes even from a distance, via the app for smartphones or tablets. Among the initiatives scheduled at Farm 65 in the coming months there will be a space reserved for the very young with the Junior Chef Camp, there will be appointments focused on wellness and days dedicated to women who want to take care of themselves, as well as wine tastings with bottles prized that will tell each other and propose combinations with food.
The Farm65 project is part of the redevelopment process of the Navaglio Pavese urban district and is presented as a multifunctional space and aggregator of skills, where to cultivate ideas, talent and passion. For Kenwood it will be the location where to host territorial promotion events and face-to-face training courses that will be held in complete safety thanks to the large spaces available. Daniele Siciliano, Marketing Director Italy of the De’Longhi Group, declares:
This space represents a real culinary laboratory we have married this project because it represents a model of positive relaunch and supports the extraordinary heritage of Italian cuisine. Within Farm 65, Kenwood products will help enhance and inspire creativity in the kitchen, in a space that will also be dedicated to the training of aspiring chefs.
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