Although cooking is not my forte, the passion behind it and the end product (glorious food). But in the forever progressive world we live in precision, passion and perfection matters always, within in every part of our daily lives.
Miele pride themselves on their philosophy of three things; precision, passion, perfection. If you know the brand as well as we do, you will know that there is generally very little to say bad about the incredible product they have made over the years. And through an evening of wondering through their Miele experience centre in London, were we able to discover the exciting new ways in which those very three pillars of Miele have been injected into the very essence of their perfection series.
Miele present to us their new perfection series, a clear example of how precision can be delivered in your daily cooking, through the brilliance of steam appliances. That’s right steam cooking is very much the thing, in the world of excellent and efficient cooking.
Through the impressive technology of Miele along with the superb culinary skills of the incredible Chef Skye Gyngell, you will all get to see the way in which the perfection series can change the way you cook at home.
Skye Gyngell if you haven’t heard of her already, was born in Australia but now the head chef at London Spring restaurant (which if you haven’t been to yet, we recommend go indubitably). Her distinctive style of elegant cooking makes the steam technology of the Miele perfection series, a perfect companion in creating the exquisite dishes we got to sample ourselves.
The delightful meals of Sky Gyngell included:
Starter: Steamed asparagus with hollandaise and bottarga & mixed leaf, very simple salad.
Main: Steamed cod with seaweed, cucumber and beurre blanc.
Desert: Farro tart with gariguette strawberries and espresso.
The surprisingly impressive Miele DG6010 was the steam oven of choice, in the inventory of Skye Gyngell’s cooking arsenal. The steam oven excellence can be used to deliver the wonderful dishes of the evening. With such a machine at your disposal the preparation of meat, fish, rice, vegetables or eggs, are easily accomplished with temperatures ranging from 40°- 100°C degrees.
If you’re growing tired of the conventional oven chic, but not completely ready to pack it all in, there is the super alternative available from Miele, in the form of the DGC6660XXL. Their steam combination oven is the best of both worlds, for those of us still slightly accustom to the conventional oven life.
Team Maketh is already making their order for one of Miele’s impressive steam oven appliances and should you all be enticed by the experiences of our evening, we have an special gift for you.
Head over to the Miele website for £200 off their DG6010 steam oven (RRP £799) with our unique code – CRQ9955826. Not a bad start to the new kitchen upgrade, you’ve been planning to do.
Have you ever been in need of some new kitchen inspiration, along with new recipes to test out in your new cooking realms? Head over to Miele’s Der Kern for more fun filled recipes to try out, as well as ultimate kitchen goals to get your design juices flowing.