Welbilt announces 2022 line-up of masterclasses

19 January 2022 by
Welbilt announces 2022 line-up of masterclasses

Equipment supplier Welbilt has announced a list of dates for its 2022 masterclasses, kicking off at the Newcastle Falcons Rugby club on 22 February, 23 March, 27 April, 25 May and the 29 June with more dates to follow.

Welbilt chefs Paul Patel and Paul Burrows will welcome participants to the sessions to learn more about industry trends and how to optimise cooking processes, as well as experiencing a range of Welbilt equipment in action.

Steve Hemsil, sales director UK and Ireland, said: "Our masterclasses have always been really popular and they're such a great way for chefs to experience our equipment in action and understand how to leverage all that Welbilt can offer. Just being able to save a few seconds of time or cook something in a different way can have a huge impact on a kitchen and on cost savings, so our masterclasses can really help an operator to streamline and optimise cooking processes. We also talk about trends and how to accommodate them, plus attendees get to network with peers and talk through their challenges with Welbilt experts.

"Whatever type of business you run, we have a Convotherm or Merrychef that will help. Our masterclasses will update you on the new trends, how to optimise cooking processes, recipe development and you'll get to experience our award-winning equipment in action."

To book a masterclass at the other sites in Guildford, Sheffield and Cannock – First Choice, click here

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