To me, the holiday season is the best time to showcase your home-cooked meal expertise. Filipinos spend time preparing their Noche Buena and Media Noche to show their loved ones only the best that they deserve.
We can rely on the many food delivery services, but there's nothing like a dish that you cooked with love. Aside from using the freshest ingredients, having proper appliances make cooking easier and even better.
Recently, Rinnai, Japan's no. 1 appliance brand since 1920, was launched at the SM Megamall Atrium. Guests experienced Japanese technology and precision with its tabletop stoves, hobs, cooking ranges, and range hoods.
“Rinnai Philippines is proud to introduce a whole new range of kitchen appliances that will prove to be essential in the Filipino household,” shared Mitsui Industria Corporation’s General Manager John Chuakaw. “All our products come with a slew of exciting features designed to bring ease, comfort, and convenience to the Filipino’s cooking practice.”
Rinnai's cooking appliances is for Filipinos looking to invest on full kitchen set-up, even professional chefs and bakers approve Rinnai!
“Rinnai’s innovation has me fully-equipped to serve my kids the meals they deserve,” said Celebrity Chef Rosebud Benitez, who treated everyone at the launch with a cooking demo. “The technology really makes the difference. Not only does it elevate my craft, it’s precision engineering makes working in the kitchen a breeze.”
Award-winning pâtissier Chef Miko Aspiras attested to the kind of craftsmanship the Rinnai brand brings to the table. “Dessert-making is very visual. You delight people with the textures, the colors, even before they can respond to the taste,” Chef Miko explained. “Coming up with the exact plating requires measure and precision. Rinnai’s appliances help me do just that.”
“With Rinnai, all you need is creativity for your craft. As for the precision, we’ve got you covered,” John ended.