You are in for a treat this year at the Kenwood stand with not only an amazing programme of food demonstrations and cooking tips by a multitude of chefs. As well as many new products recently launched and not seen before at the Good Food Show.
As well as our iconic Chef and Cooking Chef, you will be able to see and buy our brand new White TitaniumChef, our Classic Chefs with three retro colour accents, and new Chefette.
After watching a demonstration, if anyone decides to purchase any of our 9 selected chefs will be eligible to receive a free glass bowl worth £59.99, redeemable by post.
Kenwood have once again devised a great programme for the show, with food demonstrations by Kenwood's very own Development Chef Martin Johns, and also:-
- 2 Michelin stars Chef Martin Blunos who appears on BBC1's Saturday Kitchen
- Ben Ebbrell, the Chef behind the internet based food venture SORTED who have not only become a YouTube phenomenon but has also published 3 books: A Rookie Guide to Crackin' Cooking, A recipe for Student Survival and Beginners Get Sorted. Ben is also co presenter on CITV The Munch Box.
- Edd Kimber, winner of the 2010 Great British Bake Off, Edd has now published two cookery books
- James Morton, 2012 Great British Bake Off finalist, and author of 'Brilliant Bread'
- Paul Rankin, Scottish born but living in Northern Ireland where he opened 'Roscoff', the restaurant that was to become the first to win a Michelin Star in the country, he is also a regular on Saturday Kitchen.
- Cyrus Todiwala, born and brought up in Mumbai, India, Cyrus is the owner of the Café Spice Namasté restuarant in London where he developed his trademark style of blending traditional Indian techniques and flavours with unexpected ingredients.
- Nathan Outlaw, an English-born professional chef who has worked previously with television chef Rick Stein. He now runs his self-titled two Michelin star restaurant, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, in Rock, Cornwall
- Andy Bates, aka Pie Man, is known for his hearty, traditional British street food which he sells on his stall at Whitecross Street market. He explores the world of street food to find the stories behind the recipes and the people.
- Anjali Pathak, food writer, chef & cookery teacher..spice lover, Anjali is a member of the family that founded Indian food dynasty Pataks 54 years ago.
- Dhruv Baker, 2010 Masterchef winner will host the Kenwood demonstration theatre this year. Since his Masterchef win he has been working with Michel Roux Jr at Le Gavroche, at De Librije in Holland and also cooking for private events. Dhruv presents on Waitrose TV and writes for Waitrose Kitchen, Waitrose Weekend and Delicious magazine. The next big project is opening his own restaurant.
Do not miss any of this!
Make sure you stop by the Kenwood stand, R80 Hall 20!