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Atag appliances installed in new luxury cookery school

* Cookery-School.jpgAtag, the Dutch company famous for its technologically advanced exclusive built-in kitchen appliances exclusively available to the kitchen specialist, has supplied a selection of its premium products to a brand new cookery school that has recently opened at the luxury hotel Lucknam Park.

Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa, located near Bath, has just opened a new cookery school, headed up by Chef Hrishikesh Desai, under the guidance of Lucknam Park's Michelin starred Executive Chef Hywel Jones. The Lucknam Park Cookery School offers 24 unique cookery courses, including The Street Food of India and Seasonal Brasserie Dishes, perfect for anyone who enjoys cooking and wants to master new techniques.

Working in partnership with a local kitchen retailer, Stephen Graver, Atag has exclusively provided all the cooking appliances on use in the school, including eight built-in single ovens, eight induction hobs and five recessed ceiling extractors. These will allow the cookery school's attendees to create professional quality food using the latest technology, while also providing a stylish, seamless appearance that flows beautifully across the room.

Bill Miller, Atag's Sales & Marketing Director, says:

"ATAG's appliances are designed for those who are passionate about cooking, and love to experiment and try new flavours, styles and recipes, making them the perfect fit for this magnificent new cookery school. This collaboration with Lucknam Park will also give more consumers the opportunity to test our superb appliances first-hand, and raise awareness of the ATAG brand."

T: 0208 247 3993
W: www.atag.co.uk / www.lucknampark.co.uk

25th January 2013




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