Induced Energy has signed up acclaimed pastry chef Thomas Leatherbarrow as a brand ambassador and he will be demonstrating the company’s latest induction equipment at the forthcoming Hotelympia show.
Leatherbarrow, who runs specialist menu development and dining firm Pastry Development, will carry out demos on both the Tuesday and Wednesday of the show at 2pm on stand 2970. He will be putting Induced Energy’s latest range of induction kit through its paces and outlining the benefits that its products bring to his kitchen and pastries.
One of the main highlights for the British manufacturer is its ‘Invisible Cooking Suite’, which allows chefs to prepare, cook and hot hold food, both front and back of house, on one surface.
“As there is no heat transference from the induction hob to the lava stone, it is possible to touch the top with an unprotected hand,” explains sales director Nic Banner. “This allows the operator to cook front-of-house with the knowledge that if their guests touch the cooking surface it is not possible for them to sustain any form of injury.”
The bespoke cooking medium is available in single, twin and 4-zone units and only uses 3Kw per zone, meaning it is suitable for installation in any kitchen.
Induced Energy will also introduce the iPlate ‘Keep Hot System’, a large 2 x 1/1 gastronome which offers operator plenty of space to display hot food. The range includes both visible and invisible models with the option of either a lava stone or Ceran glass finish.