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Kitchen appliances: what professionals choose

Do you want to cook at home like in a restaurant?Or maybe you are already a professional chef, but you are missing something? It seems that we have learned what may be useful to you Technologies do not stand still, so a good chef always tries to "keep his finger on the pulse." In search of kitchen treasures, we went to the salon in the Vegas shopping center. If you have not been to the chain of these salons yet, we recommend that you stop by - culture shock is guaranteed. Firstly, there are fantastically beautiful interiors, and secondly, truly iconic brands are collected here. If porcelain - then French Fradkoff, if kitchen appliances - then SubZero and KitchenAid, if kitchens - then Eggersmann, with facades made of real stone. They say that the owner of a chain of salons (there are already four of them in Moscow and one in St. Petersburg) is himself a connoisseur of cult brands, and those things that are presented in stores are his personal choice. In general, in "Chateau de Vassel" they know everything about what a high-status modern cuisine should be and what should be on it. Related Articles Chef Sign by KitchenAid, Château de Wessel showroomsWe have already talked about SubZero / Wolf appliances in detail, so now we decided to find out better about the products of the KitchenAid brand, which has been producing household appliances for almost a hundred years and already knows what chefs will need tomorrow. Several years ago, only professional chefs knew about KitchenAid in Moscow. And one could get acquainted with the products of this brand only at culinary master classes. The news about the magic technique quickly spread across the cooking enthusiasts, and now the ingenious inventions of the cult brand can be found in Moscow salons. Let's preface the story about KitchenAid appliances with an excursion into history. The first mentions of professional chefs appeared thousands of years before our era. And already at that time, one of the main kitchen questions arose sharply: how to keep food longer and not let it go bad? In Ancient Greece and Egypt, products were poured with oil, coated with honey and fat, or dried, and already in the Middle Ages, many methods of salting, pickling and smoking products appeared. Especially the meat got it! Milk fermented and turned into cheese, wine and liqueurs were made from fruits. In a word, the diet turned out to be monotonous and not too healthy, so only those whose chef knew more tricks were able to eat deliciously. Therefore, it is difficult to overestimate the importance of a good refrigerator, and KitchenAid just has a great novelty. Iconic by KitchenAid, Chef Sign salons byKitchenAid, Château de Wessel salons No bacteria should ever get to food these days! By the way, modern chefs do not even use oven mitts for reasons of hygiene - only freshly washed towels. So the Iconic refrigerator from KitchenAid could be appreciated not only by medieval chefs, but also by chefs of modern restaurants and lovers of having a feast at home. The unit has a dynamic cooling system and an antibacterial filter, with the help of which a constant temperature level is maintained, and the products retain their freshness and taste longer. In addition, Iconic boasts a total volume of 221 liters and virtually silent operation (only 39 dBa). The refrigerator will become a bright accent in the kitchen interior, attracting attention with its outstanding design. It works well with other KitchenAid small and large appliances available from Château de Wesselles. Also Iconic can be made in three different colors, our favorite is “caramel apple”. Iconic by KitchenAid, Château de Wessel showroomsBy the way, the kitchen, in the sense in which we know it now, has become so quite recently. Previously, it was a separate room, which was not much different from the others in the house. The same cabinets, tables, chairs, and the only difference is the oven. Of course, such a kitchen was too large and unergonomic, but in the old days, such rooms, in principle, could 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 takes up almost half of the area in the house, and families actually live on it, using it as a bedroom, bathroom and study. The solution was found in 1926: the German architect Margarete Schütte-Lichocki designed the world's first kitchen set. It was a breakthrough: cheap, compact, convenient and the simplest materials are needed. Chef Touch by KitchenAid, Chateau deWassel ”Of course, not only the furniture had to become compact, but also the appliances. Indeed, in order to feed a family of two or three people, you do not need a huge stove and large pots. Kitchen appliances that take up little space or perform several functions at once are a topic that does not lose relevance today. One such appliance is the KitchenAid Chef Touch. This miracle of technology consists of three devices: a vacuum device for long-term preservation of the freshness of food, an oven with a steam cooking function and a cabinet for shock freezing of food. You can vacuum-pack your future dinner, seal it and send it to a vacuum sealer, and then instantly freeze it in a blast chiller. Or, first cook the contents of the bag in the oven for one minute and then freeze to reheat sometime. In any case, the food will not lose its taste and nutrients, and very little time will be spent on processing and cooking. Chef Touch by KitchenAid, Chateau deWessel ”Another reason for the appearance of kitchen sets and the reduction in kitchen space is that most of the houses no longer had servants. It was necessary to feed not two or three people, but sometimes several dozen! And so it turned out that it was necessary to fry, boil, bake and steam at the same time. But what about a modern chef or a good housewife who wants to cook dinner for a large company, but there is neither the ability nor the desire to run from one kitchen appliance to another? Chef Sign by KitchenAid, Château de Wessel showroomsOnce again, KitchenAid professional appliances and the Chef Sign induction modular system save the day. The cooks of the past centuries never dreamed that such a compact device could replace a whole team of kitchen assistants. KitchenAid's Chef Sign is the only modular induction system that offers five different cooking methods. The induction module can be easily integrated into any kitchen set, and deep containers will allow you to prepare large portions of food. Two induction heating zones with a power of up to 1,400 watts each are designed for the perfect processing of ingredients and the preparation of gourmet meals, and can be operated simultaneously or separately. At the same time, Chef Sign cooks quickly and uses a minimum amount of electricity. Related Articles Chef Sign by KitchenAid, Château de Wessel showroomsBy the way, the first kitchen sets were distinguished not only by their compactness and practicality, but also by inexpensive materials that everyone could afford. Then plastic countertops gained popularity! True, over time it turned out that they do not live long and quickly break down. What can we say about professional chefs who needed a solid and reliable work surface! KitchenAid's Made to Measure stainless steel worktop is just that! It is made to order and can be of any size and shape, and the list of additional options is impressive. Coasters for boards and knives, a dish drainer, various kitchen modules, hobs and much more - the result is a unique and functional workspace. Afraid to get confused? Feel free to ask for help from the specialists of the Chateau de Vessel! Made to Measure by KitchenAid, Chateau de Wassel Showrooms All KitchenAid products are available in showrooms.

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