Fisher & Paykel new gas cooktops at Sydney Seafood School

April 17th, 2012

Appliance News Cooktops

The new Fisher & Paykel Gas on Glass cooktops will be getting a workout at the renowned Sydney Seafood School.

The Seafood School sees over 13,000 people drawn in each year by well known guest presenters such as Mathew Moran, Christine Manfield and Guillaume Brahimi, who teach food lovers how to prepare seafood dishes from around the world.

Presented most weekdays, nights and weekends, the classes range from Asian to European, with this years’ most popular Thai class starting in the shops of Chinatown in the quest for authentic ingredients.

The school was established in 1989 as a way of educating people how to cook with what was then considered by-catch, mussles, octopus, crabs and squid. Twenty years later it received a massive designer refurbishment, including custom-made stainless steel cooking islands fitted with the latest Fisher & Paykel appliances, such as gas GookSurfaces, ovens, fridges and extraction systems.

This month, the new Gas on Glass cooktops have been included, integrating seamlessly with the stainless steel and glass look of the school.

The new gas cooktops feature stainless steel controls and steel trim, on easy to clean, Eco-frienldy ceramic black glass.

The cooker offers a variety of burner set-ups and sizes, to match different kitchens and lifestyles.

Having taken out the Silver NZ Best Design Award for 2011, they will now be put to the test at the Seafood School.

April’s classes include Spanish Tapas, Alessandro Pavoni from Ormeggio at The Spit and Spiedo, Seafood BBQ, Salt and Pepper Prawns and Chilli Salt Squid, Paella, Sushi and Sahimi Workshop of Hideo Dekura, Quick ‘n’ Delicious, and Dan Hong from Ms.G’s.

Stay tuned as Appliances Online Blog attends a cooking class to test out the new cooktops!

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