Kitchen appliances of desire for the pandemic home cook

Ritz-Carlton, Millenia’s executive chef Massamo Pasquarelli using the Anaori Kakugama. PHOTO: ANAORI
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SINGAPORE - With many spending time at home polishing their culinary skills during this long-drawn pandemic, kitchen appliances have become the latest objects of desire.

Not only do they make light work of kitchen tasks, but they often multitask too - whether it is making the perfect toast or baking a cake on the stove - while looking good on kitchen counters with their minimalist designs and stylish colours.

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