Health on the boil

HOW IT’S DONE: Harvey Norman In Style Cooking Demonstrations chef Jan Woods at the Ipswich Harvey Norman store.
HOW IT’S DONE: Harvey Norman In Style Cooking Demonstrations chef Jan Woods at the Ipswich Harvey Norman store. Sarah Harvey

HOME cooks can learn how to get the most out of new kitchen technologies at Harvey Norman Ipswich.

From pyrolytic ovens to induction cook tops and steam ovens, chef Jan Woods reveals the secrets to healthy cooking during weekly classes at the store.

Harvey Norman franchisee Paul Hellmund said the classes were great for customers and prospective buyers.

"Jan shows people all the different things you can cook with the ovens and cook tops," Mr Hellmund said.

"We host classes every Wednesday and every second Saturday. It takes the worry out of buying a new product and having to figure out if it's right for you and how to use it to its full advantage."

Mr Hellmund said Ms Woods was a qualified chef who had been trained in the correct use of all the products she used.

"There are pyrolytic ovens, which are self-cleaning, and induction cook tops, which are great for families with young children because they don't heat up unless you have a pan on them," he said.

"Steam ovens are also great. They cook with steam and retain a lot of the flavours and minerals."

Bookings for the classes are essential and can be made by phoning 3280 7400.

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