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The catering equipment supplier Phoeniks is making a demonstration of a new cooking technique!

The Australian famous catering equipment supplier will be in Advantage Commercial Kitchens 27, 28, and 29 November to introduce to you a cooking technique that is more and more used in catering industries of Australia.

 
PRLog - Nov. 11, 2012 - The participants will be able to see new catering equipment Melbourne: http://www.phoeniks.com.au/ ! Phoeniks will bring an innovative piece of catering equipment for this demonstration: Flexichef. The latter is a state-of-the art piece of catering equipment that has been designed and manufactured by MKN in order to fill in various functions in commercial kitchens.

Bringing new catering equipment to Melbourne and Sydney

This new commercial kitchen appliance will be distributed in January 2013 in Melbourne and, more generally, in Australia. Indeed, as the catering equipment supplier Phoeniks is already very active in Sydney, they decided to broadcast this piece of catering equipment Sydney (http://www.phoeniks.com.au/catering-equipment.html). This will be a great opportunity for restaurants, great caf├ęs, hotels and other catering sites located in Sydney to discover innovative catering equipment. You will be able to see those new pieces of catering equipment either if you take part in the demonstration organized by Phoeniks or if you come to the next trade show involving catering industries: Foodservice Australia 2013. This will take place at the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Sydney on September 2013. Many catering professionals and chefs will be there to introduce their company and proudly expose new catering equipment.

The cook-chill system technique: safe cooking method for catering industries

As mentioned just below Phoeniks will introduce to us the cook-chill-system.

But what is it exactly?

Actually, the cook-chill technique is a professional cooking technique used in commercial kitchens, hospitals, canteens, restaurants and other catering sites that welcome lots of customers. Combined with efficient catering equipment this enables to get safer food.

How does it work? Food is prepared and cooked in batches, then fast chilled before being stored. Thanks to cook-chill system, you can store large quantities of food during a long time until you need it. The cook chill technique enables catering businesses to preserve vitamins and nutrients of the foods. In a nutshell this does not damage the food and you can store large quantities of food. Usually catering professionals have to use reliable catering equipment to make sure that this cooking technique works.

Innovative catering equipment

If you want to get more information on such innovative catering equipment, you can contact the catering equipment supplier Phoeniks: they deliver only high quality catering equipment for great restaurants and hospitality businesses that are seeking to achieve faster results. Phoeniks catering equipment includes a wide range of products such as combi oven (http://www.phoeniks.com.au/mkn-combi-ovens.html), ventilated ceiling, vegetable cutting machine, pressure bratt pans etc. If you need more information on the Australian catering equipment supplier Phoeniks, you can visit their site http://www.phoeniks.com.au/ or send an email to contact@phoeniks.com.au

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Source:Phoeniks
Phone:(+61) 1300 405 404
Zip:3126
City/Town:Melbourne - Victoria - Australia
Industry:Catering Equipment
Tags:catering equipment, hospitality equipment, commercial kitchen equipment, restaurant equipment
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