Cooking With De’Longhi.

Hi guys!!

Hope everyone had a fabulous weekend! I know I did. It involved a seriously delicious brunch on Saturday which I will share on the blog with you guys soon. 

So, this post is for all you serious cooks out there! I attended an amazzzing event hosted by the folks at De’Longhi, and I cannot even begin to tell you how well-planned and informative this event was. Firstly, being an event planner myself, I was in awe of all the little details that the coordinators thought of. Right from the car service that was provided, to the little snacks that were passed around, and the unlimited wine (and other drinks) that were available. Great job ladies!

So, let me tell you guys what the event was all about. It was basically a bunch of amazing people who love to cook, or are aspiring cooks (like myself), and wanted to test out some fabulous De’Longhi products. Essentially a culinary class. The event was hosted at The GE Monogram Design Centre & Cooking Studio in Toronto. If you haven’t checked out this space, DO IT. It’s absolutely stunning. Think huge-ass kitchens, modern decor, ample counter space, and steel appliances. So gorg right?

Let’s talk about the menu shall we? Butternut Squash Soup with Crème Fraiche and Toasted Pumpkin Seeds, Moroccan Chicken with Prunes and Almonds, Moroccan Vegatarian Couscous, Olive and Goat Cheese Crostini, and Pea and Pecorino Crostini. 

I know…HEAVEN!

These amazing pear stuffed puffs were passed around while mingling before all the cooking started. Ugh so, SO good!

Chef Esther, along with a few other chefs guided us through our culinary journey. 

Getting apron-ed up before getting messy with cooking!

Pea and Pecorino Crostini

I’m not a huge fan of peas, however, this pea and pecorini crostini was delish!! The topper was mint leaves. Mmm!

Getting ready to make the olive and goat cheese crostini!
Olive and Goat Cheese crostini.

De’Longhi’s Multi Fry.

De’Longhi’s multi-fry is an innovative cooking appliance combining a low-oil fryer and a multicooker to enjoy your favorite foods without sacrificing taste. Easily prepare a wide variety of recipes on your counter-top – from crispy french fries to sauces, from steaks to salmon. Multifry even allows you to bake pizzas, cakes and pies.

SCS (Surround Cooking System), the exclusive technology by De’Longhi delivers exceptional performance by surrounding the food with heat to cook it evenly: the upper heating element and fan deliver uniform heat from the top; the lower heating element delivers heat from the bottom; and the mixing paddle takes care of stirring the food automatically.

You can learn more here

Moroccan chicken cooking amazingly well in this Multi-fry!

Getting ready for our sit down meal!

Butternut Squash Soup.

This meal was seriously amazing! I can’t wait to try this at home. If any of you are looking for the recipes to any of these, send me an email through my contact page, and I’ll send over the full recipe! However, as I start making these dishes at home, I’m sure there will be a blog post on it 😉 So, stay tuned! 
Ok guys, I want to know if any of you have used De’Longhi products. Leave a message in the comments or shoot me an email. Because, I was SUPER impressed with the milti-fry! I mean, you can bake a full on cake in that thing!! It’s amazing! 
Happy Monday! Enjoy the week. xx

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