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Star chef puts Frima at the heart of his most modern kitchen yet

Star chef puts Frima at the heart of his most modern kitchen yet

A Michelin-starred British chef and MBE has placed Frima centre stage in his kitchen following a new catering fit-out in preparation for new business venture. Michael Caines, who previously garnered two Michelin stars as head chef of Gidleigh Park, is readying for the launch of his newest kitchen at Lympstone Manor. The chef, who is looking

Caffè Culture opens its doors to equipment buyers

After its explosion a few years ago, the market for coffee shops is still expanding and consumers show no sign of shaking their caffeine obsession. Operators need to continually be on the hunt for the best equipment for grinding, roasting and pouring the ultimate cup of Joe to stay on top in an unforgivably competitive

Frima brings in new software to beef up cooking processes

Frima has unveiled updated software for VarioCooking Center that gives chefs extra functionality – and confirmed that it can be retrofitted to older units.   The latest software, which is automatically built into its newest models, includes new cooking processes, advanced HACCP logging and a control panel display that’s more intuitive than before. The upgrade

Frima to put on a show with live cooking demonstration

Frima is to showcase its latest hi-tech multifunctional cooking technology at the Commercial Kitchen Show with a live demonstration of its VarioCooking Center. On stand F2 the supplier will aim to spotlight the equipment’s ability to boil, fry, deep fry and confit, replacing griddles, kettles, bratt pans, large pots and fryers. Alongside all its cooking

Multifunctional equipment key to delivering prime banquet catering

Banquet catering remains one of the most demanding service parts due to the logistical challenges involved with preparing food for hundreds of people in one sitting. But the latest catering equipment is making these occasions far less stressful for caterers. FEJ looks at two examples of operators that have strengthened their banqueting offering through investment