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Kenwood KM070 Cooking Chef
If your idea of a kitchen gadget is a blunt knife sharpener or rusty can opener, the Kenwood Cooking Chef probably looks like a prop from a sci-fi edition of Saturday Kitchen, not something you'd actually cook things with.
It's shiny. And expensive (£995). The kind of device that could eat a Jamie Oliver flavour shaker for breakfast. It's also very nifty too, according to celebrity chef Marcus Wareing, who launched the machine at John Lewis in 2009. He said: "As an experienced chef I've always been taught to cook in certain ways, many of which require a lot of time, effort and attention. For example I've always made my meringues by hand. I never thought I would be able to leave a machine to make them perfectly and in less time." He forgot to add that it won't lick the spoon either.
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