Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Automatic Cookers Rule The Roast


De Dietrich DOP895X

Home cooked food, but without too much hassle. I wanted to find labour saving devices that would help you (and me) to serve up home-cooked food with as little effort as possible. It's not that I'm lazy, it's just that my servants are!

Before you start you need to get shopping. These days you can get all your food online, either from leading supermarkets or for rare treats like caviare and truffles, why not try a specialist retailer like London Fine Foods.

When your food arrives at the door, you need to keep it fresh. Where better than the fantastic Liebherr USA style fridge-freezer with its enormous 22 cubic feet storage capacity?

You can't do much in the kitchen without slicing, mixing and whisking so you really need a good food processor. The versatile Magimix Cuisine 5200 will be your obedient sous-chef.

Why bother with cookery instructions when the equipment knows what to do? With the De Dietrich DOP895X cooker you can simply select one of the 16 automatic cooking programme and forget it. After cooking your meal,  keep it warm in the Hostess Connoisseur Heated Trolley. Then wheel it to the table and serve up.

After you've enjoyed your meal, you'll probably have to load the dishwasher yourself, unless you can get a volunteer. The Siemens SN26M290GB can handle up to 14 place settings and runs at a pretty quiet 46dB.

While you're loading the dishwasher you can be pre-heating the Delonghi EC71 Espresso Coffee Machine which will brew up to a litre of delicious coffee, which you can serve up with some of the fine chocolates from the Chocolate Trading Company.

If all of that seems too difficult, you really do need servants, or maybe just the nearest takeaway. To find the nearest takeaway simply reach for your satnav ..... (but maybe we'll leave that for another day).

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