Everything you will ever need in a Kitchen in one mall – Mall of Kitchens.
My Tummy is Full had the privilege to tour the newly renovated Mall of Kitchens located at 9703 Kamagong St.,Corner Lawaan St., San Antonio Village, Makati City last week. Mall of Kitchens is the first one-stop for everything Kitchen here in the Philippines. From quality kitchen equipment, utensils, food service furnishings, laundry equipment and everything kitchen you can think of.
Mall of Kitchens (MOK) was recently renovated to serve its customers better. Unlike before where everything was like in that of regular warehouse shopping place, the face lift comes with it modules for different business formats.
Set ups for different business models
Upon entrance inside the Mall of Kitchens, showcased on its right side is the warehouse department where different kitchen equipment are on display classified accordingly. From the middle towards the left portion of MoK are setups for different models: Cafe/Bar, Bakery, Hot Kitchen, Gelateria, Wine Room and Show Kitchen as it displays a well-ventilated vibe coupled with its stylish and modern interiors. Continue reading “Mall of Kitchens: Your One-Stop Kitchen Shop #MoK”
The juice bar has turned into a kind of modern apothecary. These colorful array of bottles that you see about town have become the new vitamin supplements. “Drinking” your vitamins are certainly more delicious alternative than just popping a pill in the morning. Juices also hold the promise of a faster delivery system into your bloodstream.
We all know that we could never have enough fruits and vegetables in our system. Fruits and vegetables are abundant with vitamins, minerals, fiber, phytonutrients, and enzymes. A 13-year study by University College London only confirms what we have been long told. Eating a daily average of more than seven servings of fruits and vegetables could drastically reduce the risk of all causes of mortality, but eating seven plates of nutrition is easier said than done. Juicing is an excellent way to complement your daily recommended allowance of fruits and vegetables, and taking them in juice form even quadruples their nutrient absorption rate. But not all juicers are created equal.
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As a homemaker, I’m always on the lookout for innovations that will make my life easier as I juggle things at home. Amongst the rooms in the house, the kitchen is the one place I spend time the most, exactly why I gravitate towards top-notch kitchen products. I attended an event last week and was introduced to a whole line of impressive ones by Midea. It’s my first time to encounter this brand and I’m curious how good it will fare in my kitchen.
During the event, Chef Rob Pengson prepared and cooked 9 different dishes in 45 minutes. Now, if that’s not impressive, I don’t know what is. The cooking demo surely made me more curious about the product. Chef Rob made use of Midea microwave oven, induction cooker, digital multi-cooker and electric kettle in whipping up all those 9 dishes!
Here’s more on Midea kitchen appliances:
Studies show that the use of microwave ovens in the Philippines is very low. This is mainly because of the common misconception that a microwave oven uses up a lot of electricity but a Midea Microwave Oven uses power efficiently that you only spend P1 in electricity per three-minute cooking time.
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