Interior designer Linda Engler uses her 36-inch dual-fuel Pro Range and Steam-Combi oven in her home kitchen during the debut episode of the new Signature Kitchen Suite culinary series.
By Alan Wolf, YSN
LG Electronics has debuted a new culinary content series on YouTube in support of its ultra-premium Signature Kitchen Suite line.
The program, called Cooking in Your True to Food Kitchen, is an extension of the luxury brand’s True to Food video series featuring acclaimed food writer Mark Bittman and culinary artisans from around the country, who explore how consumers “can get the best” out of everything they cook.
For the new show, Bittman is joined by Nick Ritchie, Executive Chef from Signature Kitchen Suite’s award-winning Experience & Design Center in Napa, Calif. Together they teach some of the country’s finest interior designers how to cook signature recipes from Bittman’s iconic cookbook, “How to Cook Everything.” Ritchie assists by offering tips and advice while showcasing the pro-level features of the Signature Kitchen Suite.
First up is Linda Engler of Engler Studio Interior Design, to be followed by designer guests Emily Brannelly of Emily Brannelly Design Co.; Erica Bryen of Erica Bryen Design; Anna-Marie Claassen of Anthology Interiors; and Dorothy Macik of Dorothy Macik Design.
It is unclear whether production of the series has been impacted by the recent Northern California wildfires.
According to Zach Elkin, General Manager of Signature Kitchen Suite, the series supports the movement toward a more authentic and respectful relationship with food. “Good food has a particular journey to the plate,” he said. “The soil and the sea, the plant and the animal, the farmer, the fisherman, the butcher and the baker have all played their part … We believe the last portion of the path to your table calls for the same consideration.”
The luxury brand is aimed at a new generation of what LG calls “Technicurean cooks,” who combine their passion for food with their appreciation for innovation. This summer the brand is broadening its built-in assortment with pro-rangetops and wall ovens, all featuring sous vide technology, the company said.