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23rd February 2018
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Michelin-star chef Josh Eggleton joins Caple at Show
KBB Birmingham 2012: Hall K94, stand K100
Michelin-star chef Josh Eggleton is delighted to be joining appliance and kitchen supplier Caple at this year's show. Josh, who runs The Pony & Trap country restaurant in Chew Magna, near Bristol where Caple is based, will demonstrate his outstanding ability to produce simple, yet superb, food, with the help of a number of high-quality cooking appliances supplied by Caple at this year's show.
You cannot fail to miss Josh on Caple's stand this year as Caple is occupying two stands, which take up an impressive 200sq m. This space will include a high-quality kitchen display where Josh will be demonstrating his culinary expertise, designated meeting areas and a dedicated Caple library containing a selection of informative product brochures. That's not all as Caple is also showcasing more than 130 new products, which provide a fantastic cross-section of Caple's extensive portfolio. These include a whole host of intelligent appliances, such as a multifunctional oven, free-standing, large capacity refrigeration, built-in wine cabinets, stylish sinks, such as glass and steel versions, plus ultra-chic black and steel taps.
Sales Director at Caple, Danny Lay, says: "We can't wait to work with Josh at this year's KBB show. I believe there is nothing better than to have a Michelin-Star chef on hand to demonstrate what you can achieve in the kitchen with our top-quality appliances, which can help the consumer save time, cooking meals to perfection and ultimately make their lives easier."
Josh began his culinary career at the age of 15 in his local chippy. Some years later, he won the Gordon Ramsey College Scholar competition, which helped secure him a bright future in the industry. This has since included him working with the best chefs in some of the world's finest restaurants including Sicily's il Mukinazzo and the 3 star Michelin French Laundry of California before he settled at the tender age of 22 when he took over The Pony & Trap, which has gone from strength to strength with a Michelin star.
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17th February 2012