Do you want to cook at home, like in a restaurant? Or maybe you are already a professional chef, but are you missing something? It seems that we have found out that you can use the technology does not stand still, so a good cook always tries to "keep a hand on the pulse." In search of treasure for the kitchen, we went to the showroom in the shopping center "Vegas". If you have not been to the network of these salons, we recommend you to go in - a cultural shock is guaranteed. First, there are fantastically beautiful interiors, and secondly, there are really cult brands. If porcelain is French Fradkoff, if the kitchen appliances are SubZero and KitchenAid, if the kitchens are Eggersmann, with facades made of real stone. It is said that the owner of the network of salons (and there are already four in Moscow and one in St. Petersburg) is a connoisseur of cult brands, and those things that are represented in stores are his personal choice. In general, the "Chateau de Vessel" knows all about what should be a status modern kitchen and what should be on it. Related articles Chef Sign from KitchenAid, salons "Chateau de Vessel"About the technique SubZero / Wolf, we have already talked in detail, so now we decided to find out more about the products of the brand KitchenAid, which almost 100 years makes household appliances and already today knows what chefs will need tomorrow. Several years ago, only professional cooks knew about KitchenAid in Moscow. And to get acquainted with production of this brand it was possible only on culinary master classes. News about the magic technique quickly flew fans to cook, and now the ingenious inventions of the cult brand can be found in Moscow salons. Let's preface the story of the KitchenAid technique with a story. The first mention of professional chefs appeared even thousands of years before our era. And already at that time one of the main kitchen questions was sharply raised: how long to store food and not let it spoil? In ancient Greece and Egypt, products were flooded with oil, coated with honey and fat or dried, and already in the Middle Ages there were many ways of pickling, pickling and smoking products. Especially the meat got! Milk fermented and turned into cheese, from fruit made wine and tinctures. In short, the diet turned out to be monotonous and not too healthy, so only a chef knew more delicious food. Therefore, it is difficult to overestimate the importance of a good refrigerator, and KitchenAid has an excellent novelty. Iconic from KitchenAid, Salons Chef Sign fromKitchenAid, Salons "Chateau de Vassel" Nowadays no bacteria should get to the food! By the way, modern cooks do not even use potholders for hygiene reasons - only with freshly washed towels. So KitchenIid Iconic fridge could be appreciated not only by medieval culinary specialists, but also chefs of modern restaurants, and lovers of a feast at home. The unit has a dynamic cooling system and antibacterial filter, which maintains a constant temperature level, and the products last longer retain their freshness and taste. In addition, Iconic boasts a total capacity of 221 liters and virtually noiseless operation (only 39 dBa). The refrigerator will become a bright accent of the interior in the kitchen, attracting attention with an outstanding design. It is perfectly combined with other small and large kitchen appliances KitchenAid, which can be found in the salons "Château de Vessel". And Iconic can be made in three different colors, our favorite is "caramel apple". Iconic from KitchenAid, salons "Château de Vessel"By the way, the kitchen in the sense in which we know it now, has become so recently. Previously, it was a separate room, which was not much different from the rest in the house. The same closets, tables, chairs, and the only difference is the oven. Needless to say, such a kitchen was too big and not ergonomic, but in the old days such rooms could in principle only be in very large houses. And at the beginning of the 20th century, when the world began to change rapidly, it became clear that the kitchen occupies almost half the area in the house, and families actually live on it, using as a bedroom, bathroom and study. The solution was found in 1926: German architect Margaret Schütte-Lichocki developed the world's first kitchen set. It was a breakthrough: cheap, compact, convenient and the materials needed are the simplest ones. Chef Touch from KitchenAid, salons "Château deVessel "Of course, not only the furniture had to become compact, but also a technique. After all, in order to feed a family of two or three people, do not need a huge oven and large pans. Kitchen appliances that take up little space or perform several functions at once are a topic that does not lose its relevance today. One such device was Chef Touch from KitchenAid. This miracle of technology consists of three instruments: a vacuum for long-term preservation of freshness of products, an oven with steam cooking function and a cabinet for shock freezing of products. You can pack the next supper in a vacuum bag, seal it and send it to a vacuum, and then immediately freeze it in a cabinet for shock freezing. Or, first prepare the contents of the bag in the oven for one minute and then freeze to warm it up one day. In any case, the food will not lose its taste and useful substances, and there will be very little time left for processing and preparation. Chef Touch from KitchenAid, salons "Château deVessel "Another reason for the appearance of kitchen sets and the reduction of the area of the kitchen is that in most houses there were no more servants. Nourish it was necessary not two or three people, and sometimes several dozen! And it turned out that it was necessary to simultaneously fry, cook, bake and cook for a couple. And what about a modern cook or a good housewife who wants to cook dinner for a big company, but there is neither the opportunity nor the desire to run from one kitchen appliance to another? Chef Sign from KitchenAid, salons "Chateau de Vessel"Again, the situation is saved by the professional KitchenAid technology and the induction modular system Chef Sign. Cooks of past centuries and never dreamed that such a compact device can replace a whole team of kitchen assistants. Chef Sign from KitchenAid is the only induction modular system that offers five different ways of cooking. The induction module can be easily integrated into any kitchen set, and deep containers allow to prepare large portions of dishes. Two induction heating zones up to 1 400 Watt each are designed for the ideal processing of ingredients and the preparation of delicious dishes and can work both simultaneously and separately. At the same time Chef Sign prepares quickly and consumes a minimum amount of electricity. Related articles Chef Sign from KitchenAid, salons "Chateau de Vessel"By the way, the first kitchen sets were not only compact and practical, but also inexpensive materials that anyone could afford. Then the plastic countertops became popular! However, in time it became clear that they do not live long and quickly break down. What can we say about professional chefs who needed a solid and reliable working surface! The worktop made of stainless steel Made to Measure from KitchenAid is just like that! It is made to order and can be of any size and shape, and the list of additional options is impressive. Supports for boards and knives, a dish dryer, various kitchen modules, hobs and much more - as a result you will get a unique and functional workspace. Afraid to get confused? Feel free to contact the specialists of the Chateau de Vassel for help! Made to Measure from KitchenAid, Salons "Chateau de Vessel" All KitchenAid products can be purchased in salons. "