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'The Social Kitchen' sums up Fisher & Paykel's design philosophy. The kitchen is about people. And when you think about people - their habits, the ways they live and interact - you get a richness of experience that traditional kitchen planning and appliances often ignore. The Social Kitchen is where food meets design to create food experiences that flip assumptions and start new conversations. In 2011, Fisher & Paykel launched the first of a series of events that embraced the concept of the Social Kitchen.
The kitchen is the humble engine room in which we choose to live - where we create, socialize and enjoy the best life has to offer. Cooking is a social activity. We generally place the key appliances in what we consider to be logical places: the work triangle of cooktop, sink and refrigerator. But we no longer cook in straight lines. We don't cook on conveyor belts. Sometimes we assemble, sometimes we bake, sometimes we stir-fry and sometimes we boil. The work triangle limits our creativity. It's not just about efficiency; sometimes it's about fun. Too many cooks may spoil the broth or they may create a wonderful social and enjoyable meal. Let's reclaim the kitchen. Let's live outside the triangle.
We cook to create. It's an art as well as a science and as much about feel as it is about control. Fisher & Paykel's cooktop family is designed to deliver choice and control. Whether your preference is gas, induction or electric, there is a full range of configurations and sizes to suit any cooking style. Each product has been designed to deliver complete control - high heat, low heat and easy clean-ability
A revolution in cooking. Combining the superior performance of gas cooking and the convenience of a ceramic glass surface with retractable burners and pan supports.
Gas on Steel Cooktops
With five burners, including simmer, rapid and up to a 20,000BTU wok burner, the gas on steel cooktop provides great cooking flexibility. Coupling the attractiveness of sleek stainless steel with the durability of cast iron trivets; the Gas on Steel supports the most avid chef.
Traditionally we cook by generating heat from one source, such as a flame, and conducting it to another. The Fisher & Paykel Induction Cooktops work on a different principle. The cooktop itself produces electromagnetic vibrations, which induce the pot or pan to generate its own heat. The results are shorter heat-up times, greater precision and a safer cooking surface.
Their Electric Cooktop has a number of built-in features that make cooking easier while giving you greater control.