Philips showcases a smarter kitchen with the help of Nancy Lumen

For Filipinos, the kitchen is the heart of a home.

Family cooks often spend countless hours inside it, preparing meals for friends and loved ones—a task that is both immense and intensive.

In line with this, homemakers will be glad to learn that Philips has a full range of kitchen appliances that make rustling up their favorite dishes much easier.

“With the Philips kitchen collection, I can invite my friends for parties and get-togethers without having to worry about preparations,” said celebrity foodie Nancy Lumen during the Philips Kulinarya cooking demonstration. “I can do all the things I would typically ask from a caterer and, at the same time, I have the time and leisure to enjoy my own party.”

At the event, the renowned television chef prepared a series of palate-tickling dishes complete with appetizers, main courses, and desserts—like Coleslaw, Hainanese Chicken, Lechon Kawali, and Anise Cookie Cut-Ups.

In preparing the scrumptious meal, Mrs. Lumen used the flagship kitchen appliances of Philips:  the Philips Food Processor, the Philips Airfryer, the Sensor Touch Rice Cooker, and the Philips Slow Juicer.

According to Lumen, the Philips kitchen line lets you get into the core of nutrients, adding that the appliances are “friendly to anything healthy, and everything fresh, green, and colorful.”

Pia Umayam, Business Development Manager for Philips Consumer Lifestyle, highlighted the importance of offering multiple functions for each appliance.

She explained: “Our products work for you in many ways to simplify the kitchen experience. The Philips Sensor Touch Rice Cooker, for instance, is not only for rice. Our family chefs may also use it to make soup, bake, or even stew.”

Better energy savings

Among consumers, there is a growing misconception that associates higher wattage with higher electricity costs. Umayam was quick to point out, however, that this is not necessarily the case.

She remarked: “If you cook faster (which you can do with higher wattage kitchen appliances), you spend less time and energy in preparing meals. This is something homemakers need to consider when they are picking kitchen appliances.”

Based on a Meralco lab test, the Philips Airfryer operates at P16 per hour while its induction cooker operates at P19 per hour.

Umayam concluded: “Our kitchen tools are designed to work for you, and they are ready for any recipe when you are. They can be easily cleaned, and are elegant and durable. These are appliances that every chef needs in their cabinet.”

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