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Kenwood Cooking Chef in Departures

Departures

Your Personal Sous Chef
The idea of a do-it all kitchen gadget immediately calls to mind late-night infomercials and wedding registries, but the Kenwood Cooking Chef might actually be the one appliance to permanently set on the counter. The machine combines the capabilities of a stand mixer, food processor and blender, plus it has an induction heating element that warms the all purpose bowl up to 284 degrees Fahrenheit to allow cooking while stirring. If ever there were a time to attempt risotto or polenta, this is it.

 


 

Kenwood Cooking Chef Hello Magazine

HELLO Magazine

Gourmet Goddess
May 13, 2013 - Not just a mixer, this all-in-one companion cooks with a built-in induction cooking element. Chops, blends, whisks and more all with the flick of a switch.


 

Cooking Chef in Robb Report

Robb Report Home & Style

Cooking With Class
May/June 2013 - Now available Stateside, Britain's Kenwood Cooking Chef does just about everything - cook, mix, blend, process - but clean up the kitchen. 


 

Kenwood in Cooking Light

CookingLight

The Most Amazing Stand Mixer I Have Ever Seen
April 30, 2013 - Lots of tools and gadgets have come through the Cooking Light Test Kitchen. Recently I have tested a 15-pound solid steel baking stone (which was awesome), a less-than-impressive slow cooker, and some worthless microwave potato chip makers. Our most recent toy was the most amazing $2000 stand mixer you have ever seen.  Read the full article >>

 


 

WSJArticle

The Wall Street Journal

At Last, Your Very Own Sous-Chef
April 6, 2013 - IN ENGLAND, Kenwood is like Xerox on this side of the pond: a brand name so ingrained in the cultural consciousness that it has become interchangeable with the product it represents. A Brit doesn't have a stand mixer; he has a Kenwood. Read the full article >>


 

Kenwood Yum Sugar

YumSugar.com

Check Out Our Must Haves For April
April 1, 2013 - UK appliance brand Kenwood just launched in the United States with the splashy debut of a hot new appliance, the Cooking Chef ($2,000). The multipurpose machine is a blender, food processor, grater, juicer, meat grinder, and more, all in one unit. What's more, it has induction heating, which allows home cooks to sous vide, smoke, sauté, stir-fry . . . the list goes on. The only thing it doesn't include is an oven. Read the full article >>

 


 

Kenwood in Daily Beast

The Daily Beast

You Just Have To Have It!
March 19, 2013 - The Kenwood Cooking Chef looks sort of like a cross between a stand mixer and a movie robot. It can chop, slice, shred, mix, and even cook your food—a gadget surprisingly close to one of those household helpers the Jetsons schooled us all to expect in the future.  Read the full article >>


 

Cooking Chef La Cucina Italiana

La Cucina Italiana

La Dolce Vita
March/April 2013 - If streamlining is your thing, you can turn to this maximizer, which combines blender, food procesor, mixer and a heating element for cooking. Additional attachments for rolling pasta, grinding meat and pressing fruit are also available.


 

Cooking Chef House Beautiful

House Beautiful

the BEST! for the kitchen
March 2013 - It looks like a mixer, but that's not the half of it! It's actually four appliances in one: mixer, blender, food processor - and induction cooker.


 

Cooking Chef Toronto Star

Toronto Star

The gifts you wish you'd got
January 4, 2013 - Blimey, owning this machine is like having Gordon Ramsay tucked away in your cupboards when you need him the most. Read the full article >>


 

Huff Post Taste Kenwood Cooking Chef

HuffPost Taste

The Kenwood Cooking Chef Is A Mixer, Blender, Food Processor And Induction Burner
December 14, 2012 - The Kenwood Cooking Chef is a four-in-one kitchen appliance that combines a blender, mixer, food processor and induction burner. We have to be honest with you buys, it is kind of freaking us out. We feel one step closer to the singularity. Read the full article >>


 

Kenwood Cooking Chef Epicurious

Epicurious

Kenwood's Cooking Chef Arrives
In their modern cartoon kitchen, the futuristic Jetson family simply pressed a button and seconds later the pot roast was served. We're not quite there, but it seems we may be getting closer. Kenwood, a British home appliance company that's been in business since 1947, recently launched its first stateside product, the Kenwood Cooking Chef, and it's a high-tech culinary tool that could change the way people cook and eat. Read the full article >>