CEM holds free “Electric Cooking Class”. Seats are limited. Join Now!
Macau, 13 September 2017
Electricity plays an increasingly important role in our daily lives, bringing many improvements. For example, different types of electrical home appliances have brought a lot of fun and convenience for those who cook. To allow the public to experience the fun of electric cooking, CEM held four different “Electric Baking Class” in August and September. During the classes, professional instructor taught participants how to make eight different kinds of pastries, cakes and breads by using various electric appliances including oven, halogen cooking pot and bread maker. The classes were free of charge and received enthusiastic response, with all 80 seats reserved on the first day. The “Electric Baking Class” has all successfully concluded now.
Most of the participants in the “Electric Baking Class” baked desserts on their own for the first time. They were able to make delicious baked food under the patient guidance of the instructor. A participant said that baking was a positive leisure activity as people can relax and focus on the process, and are able to enjoy baked foods like chocolate lava cake and pizza which they can usually only eat at restaurants. Moreover, the activity can build self-confidence.
CEM will launch another four “Electric Cooking Class” free of charge every Saturday afternoon from October 14 to November 4. Experienced instructor will teach participants how to prepare different kinds of Italian and Thai cuisine using induction cooker and electric oven, including dishes like Lasagne, Tiramisu, Vinegar Baked Chicken, Penna Cotta, Green Papaya Salad, Chicken Rice, pickled Glass Noodle Salad and Green Curry.
An increasing number of families have begun to use induction cookers in recent years, as they are safe, efficient, convenient, easy to use, and very suitable for household use. Induction cooker makes use of electro-magnetic induction to heat the bottom of a cookware directly, boasting heat efficiency of 85% and one-third shorter cooking time than flame cooking, which contribute to an energy reduction of 30% to 45%, thus saving time and money. Moreover, induction cooker can solve the problem of heat diffusion, thus lowering the kitchen temperature by 4-5oC and producing less cooking noise and smoke. People can be at ease and enjoy the pleasure of cooking in a kitchen that is comfortable.
Citizens can visit CEM website www.cem-macau.com or CEM Facebook page www.facebook.com/CEMMacao to learn about details for registration of "Electric Cooking Class". The registration will kick off at 10:00am on September 15. Seats are limited and enrollment is done on a first-come-first-served basis.