Appliance brand Hotpoint has announced that it has continued its partnership with BBC Good Food and TV chef Lisa Faulkner for a second year, to share with consumers a variety of #HotHacks – ‘cooking shortcuts that don’t compromise on taste’.
Hotpoint’s brand ambassador Lisa Faulkner, best known as an actress and winner of Celebrity Master Chef, will be sharing recipes and tricks of the trade across all BBC Good Food channels just in time for cooking up something special for the entertaining season. The collaboration between Hotpoint and BBC Good Food showcases Hotpoint’s credentials as a cooking brand, with its range of built-in appliances ‘that offer superior performance to help make life easier’, Hotpoint says.
Lisa Faulkner’s HotHacks help give consumers time to express themselves in the kitchen with a collection of cooking shortcuts. Readers will see recipes and tips in the BBC Good Food magazine and website throughout September to February. Featured recipes include the classic Toffee Apple Layer Cake and Chucky Chilli-Con-Carne Casserole with Corn Bread Dumplings in the Hotpoint all-in-one steam blender.
Lisa (pictured) commented: “Hotpoint has the whole kitchen covered when it comes to appliances, with something to suit every need and taste. HotHacks help consumers take shortcuts in the kitchen, without compromising on flavour or results, such as using the milling attachment on the Hotpoint hand blender to chop nuts and herbs in much less time. Hotpoint’s range of appliances help to make light work of cooking and never fail to deliver perfect results you can be proud of.”
Brand communications director Ian Moverley added: “At Hotpoint, we make it our job to understand the demands of the modern home, especially the kitchen, and our range of cooking appliances combine innovative technology with unbeatable performance for the very best results at home. Our partnership with BBC Good Food allows us to engage with consumers and Lisa’s HotHacks help to make cooking easy, so everyone can achieve the perfect bake.”