I am proud to have worked with Thermomix as an advisor for over three years. Now I can do virtual demonstrations at times to suit you via zoom and Microsoft Teams. My demonstrations include Vegan and plant-based dishes, Healthy and nutritious, Fakeaway plus traditional favourites. Book me for a free personal demonstration to find out more.
For the chef at home and work
Many Professional kitchens are lucky enough to have a Thermomix. However not many chefs have one at home too.It is seen as a luxury kitchen gadget and used as a high powered blender to produce the most silkiest smooth purees. When purchasing a Thermomix all sales include the offer of a personal demonstration by a Thermomix advisor, it’s part of the package so that the buyer understands each of the 12 functions and the benefits to the buyer. Most chefs decline this demonstration so don’t fully understand the potential of this high precision German engineered machine.
Thermomix is part of the German company Vorwerk which is still today a family enterprise. Vorwerk was founded in 1883 manufacturing high quality carpets and expanded to produce other quality household products including the Kobald vacuum cleaner. Much later in 1960’s Thermomix was designed and developed. In 1970 the Managing Director of Vorwerk in France saw a trend in thickened, pureed soups, so came up with the idea of a machine that could simultaneously cook and blend. In 1971 the TMVM 200 was launched, first in France then Spain and Italy. Over time we have seen the Thermomix develop with better performance, new and improved functions as well as slick designs. The latest TM6 has 20 functions and 13 pre-set functions connecting and updating using WIFI with access in many languages, accessing thousands of Worldwide recipes.
In the UK most keen cooks would have seen a Thermomix on television on programmes such as Great British Menu, Master Chef and Saturday Kitchen.