FEM has announced the first London dates in its ‘Vector Live at a Taste of Alto-Shaam’ programme. Westminster Kingsway College will host the cooking demonstrations.
Kicking off next week, the first four London dates are 6, 7, 20 and 21 November.
FEM’s development chef, Alan Evans, will lead the events, focusing on the Vector four-in-one multi-cook oven, which is manufactured in the USA by Alto-Shaam. “The only way to get a real appreciation of the radical design of the Vector – and its huge potential – is to see it in action,” he said.
FEM already runs Vector Live events around the UK and has been searching for a suitable London venue. Evans believes: “The College is fantastic. The kitchen is ideal for this type of demonstration, with plenty of room for people to see what’s happening.”
The Vector offers up to four separate oven chambers in one compact unit, and its special Structured Air technology is designed to deliver faster, more even cooking than conventional appliances. Its ventless operation, and the fact that it needs no water connection, should mean it can be placed anywhere.
Evans continued: “The Vector is a truly versatile cooking appliance that can increase production, improve quality and save time.
“While the benefits it delivers are crystal clear, it’s also a brand new concept, in a category all of its own – which is why these Live events are so useful.”
During the Vector Live, Evans will prepare a variety of different products and menus, showing the new technology’s capabilities. Vector Live events are free to attend but space is limited.