AEG and Daylesford ‘cook up a storm’ with steam and induction

In Industry News On

On Saturday November 15, AEG hosted a range of cooking demonstrations along with partner cookery school Daylesford Organic, showcasing the latest in AEG steam and induction technology at RDO’s new showroom in Reigate.


The cooking demonstrations took place throughout the day as Daylesford’s head cookery school tutor Steve Brown illustrated to visitors the benefits of steam and induction technology and how to cook an array of tasty meals and treats using the latest AEG appliances.

The day was a success as visitors learnt about the benefits of cooking with steam from hands on experience, according to AEG. Following the day, Daylesford ran a competition for one lucky person to win two tickets to their cookery school for a day, with any purchase of an AEG appliance until November 22 to be automatically entered into a draw.

Showroom manager Tracy Milton said: “The feedback about today has been amazing. We always enjoy hosting cooking events like these and we never have any food left over. We’re already getting requests from customers asking when we’re hosting our next event.”

You may also read!

Hotpoint launches GentlePower washing machine

Hotpoint has launched a premium range of washing machines, which includes a 9kg, ‘A’ energy rated, GentlePower washing machine


Fisher & Paykel’s first induction hob with integrated ventilation

The newest addition to the Fisher & Paykel appliance range is the brand’s first induction hob with integrated ventilation.


Caple debuts its new induction downdraft extractor

Caple’s new induction downdraft extractor (DD810BK) features an integrated motor, which is located just below the hob. When using the


Mobile Sliding Menu

©2021 Innovative Electrical Retailing. Datateam Business Media Limited. All rights reserved.
Registered in England No: 1771113. VAT No: 834 8567 90.
Registered Office: 15a London Road, Maidstone, Kent ME16 8LY