Demonstrations on Thermomix TM6
Thermomix demonstrations… You need to see the Thermomix to believe it, the best way to do this is to watch a demonstration. I do most of my demos on zoom, this seems to suit my busy clients as you can even watch in your lunch break.
I hold virtual demonstrations at a time that suits you and I show a variety of recipes – please get in touch to book in.
I also do some in person classes at locations in the New Forest in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Kingston & Caterham in Surrey, all around Hampshire, Dorset and SW London.
If you’re not too far away (I’m based in Hampshire) and have a group of friends who want to come, I may be able to do one for you in your own home too.
If you bring 2-3 friends (online or in person) you’ll also get a free thank you present, a ‘host gift’ and I have some great gifts to give out!
I have a selection of dates in the coming months, please get in touch to book – email@example.com
There’s never any obligation to buy and it’s a fun, social – and yummy – experience!
There are also free Thermomix cooking classes that happen in branches all over the country (the UK & Ireland are broken down in to branches – we are allowed to sell all over the UK & Ireland, it’s just for training as an advisor that your branch area matters) and I have regular virtual classes that I run myself.
Some of the Thermomix cooking classes are set classes ie the ‘First Class with Thermomix’ will have the same recipes, no matter where you attend. ‘Let’s Mix Again’ is another and then there are new ones which may vary branch to branch.
I’ve been doing live Thermomix cooking classes since lockdown – the beauty is that you can watch from anywhere in the World! The virtual world works really well for customer cooking classes and although many of my customers have only met on a screen, a really lovely community has developed.
I do love doing shows and if you have a fair or event you would like me to come to, please message me.
You’ll often see chefs using Thermomix, some celebrity chefs who have been seen with with them on tv and in their restaurants include Heston Blumental, James Martin, Le Manoir, Harrods chocolate hall, Antonio Bachour
Head Chef Gary Foulkes of London’s two Michelin Star restaurant The Square is a big fan of the Thermomix, Gary says, “Great cooking is all about consistency and the Thermomix offers precision and consistency every time.”
Bake Magazine asked Antonio: How can bakers and pastry chefs best the Thermomix to craft desserts and pastries?
Antonio Bachour: Bakers and pastry chefs can use the Thermomix to do almost 100% of the preparation for both desserts and bread – including all creme anglaise, curds, sable, mousse, glazes, breads, and dough, etc. As you can see, I use the Thermomix to do nearly everything. It gives you the perfect texture, allows for 70% less in preparation time, and above all, delivers on precision and consistency for each and every recipe.
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