Thermomix demonstrator Lauren McKinnon puts a Thermomix to the test at a presentation at the field days. Picture: PAUL CARRACHERWIMMERA FARMER
A TRENDY cooking appliance made quick work of a traditionally tricky dish at the Wimmera Machinery Field Days this week.
Thermomix demonstrator Lauren McKinnon showed the crowd how easy it was to make a mushroom risotto with the multi-skilled device.
“It’s so hard to make but the Thermomix makes it so simple,” she said.
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Mrs McKinnon said the aim of the demonstration was to show people how versatile and handy the appliance was.
“People judge the Thermomix on the price tag,” she said.
A Thermomix costs about $2000.
Mrs McKinnon said one of the best features about the appliance was the recipe chip feature which displayed instructions on the Thermomix screen.
She said the interactive session was well received by the crowd.
“A lot of people were interested to see it,” she said.
More than 50 people attended the presentation.
Mrs McKinnon will hostThermomix presentations in the auditorium of the Country Gourmet Pavilion every day.
The final show is at 11.30am onThursday.
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