Chef's kitchen

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Designed for cooking demonstrations, this Miele kitchen is ideal for showcasing the preparation of superb food
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A view of a kitchen will stainless steel benchtops by Steelfort Engineering.

You don't have to be a chef to cook good food. However, if you want to excel in the kitchen, a couple of tips from a master can go a long way.

One thing most chefs agree on is that you can't prepare great food with sub par equipment. For this reason Neat Meat, one of New Zealand's leading meat suppliers and winner of the 2006 Steak of the Year Award, chose Miele appliances for its new demonstration kitchen.


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A view of a stainless kitchen by Steelfort Engineering.

"This kitchen allows chefs to use the latest Miele technology to show how best to cook fine cuts of meat," says Melanie McOviney, business development manager for Steelfort, the New Zealand distributor of Miele appliances who also custom made the kitchen's stainless steel benches.

Miele appliances are renowned for blending the latest technology with impeccable craftsmanship. To make cooking simpler and give greater control over programming, Miele has introduced Navitronic controls on its ovens.

A view of a stainless kitchen by Steelfort electronics, product, black
A view of a stainless kitchen by Steelfort Engineering.

This kitchen also features a steam oven, ideal for vegetables, fish and chicken; a five-burner cooktop; a Miele coffee machine that can produce five coffee varieties; and a dishwasher and rangehood. Miele's latest range allows different appliances to be combined into stylish settings.

For more details, visit the Steelfort showroom, 20L Sylvia Park Road, Mt Wellington, Auckland, phone (09) 573 1269, or visit: www.neatmeat.com.

Jul 29, 2006
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