Hannah's equipment favorites
Hello fellow equipment lover!
If you have landed here there is a big chance that you are interested in what type of equipment that I use. I will update the list with my latest favorites and new stuff if i add new things to the collection.
Whenever i cook on morning TV or for an event, I bring my own machines, because I HATE EQUIPMENT THAT DOESN*T WORK!!! And yes, believe it or not - the equipment does not work in kitchen most places, where there are many different chefs using the stuff (read morning TV kitchen) Absurd - I know.
My basic electric appliances:
I've had them forever, but honestly they work so well and are f such good quality there is no need to change them for new ones.
The Food processor.
It's one of the most used items in my kitchen - I LOVE IT!!!!
I've had mine since 2016 and it's still going strong. Its a cuisinart ELITE Collection - this is a newer model in the link, but it's the same ish.
Why is this great?
You see it comes with slicers, shredders and has some serious watts, so it can pull whatever i put in it. It's great for making all of my root vegetable cakes from The Cake Cookbook.
The Mini Chopper
I have the mini version of the above foodprocessor as a mini chopper, I replaced it in 2019 after my dear family members had tried making about 1 million datebars in it and basically burnt it out, instead of using the big food processor.... Oh well - this is the new model, I have an older version.
I have a Blendtec designer 625, it's a BEAST!!! I've also had it since 2016, where I did a danish Tour de France TV show, cooking a new dish EVERY day for the whole Tour.
The amazing thing about this blender is that it blends dry stuff into powder in no time and it also has a small blender glass with little arms that is extremely useful for all of my date icings and pastes.
The pressure cooker
It might be the ugliest device I have in my house, but OMG it's sooo amazing!!
The Steba pressure cooker makes stock, osso buco or any braised dish in under an hour - which means I can have the most amazing dinners ready in no time.
Because I have a pressure cooker, I make stocks at home - because I can just fill it up and set the timer and then I have the most amazing stock 1 hour later without me having to do anything. I honestly really love it - but it takes up a full big drawer, since there is no way I'm letting it stand on my kitchen counter permanently.