The facts & favourites in foodprep

August 2002
Housewares;Aug2002, Issue 168, p30
Presents a selection of new kitchen gadgets available in Great Britain as of August 2002. Endorsement of the Essence range of kitchen products from Philips by celebrity chef Tony Tobin; Juicelady juice extractor from Russell Hobbs; Food processor attachment to the Waring Kitchen Classics SmartPower Blender.


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