FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January, 2007
IMPRESS YOUR GUESTS WITH CUISINART
Toronto, ON Cuisinart, an icon in the culinary arts for over 30 years, introduces fresh new products for the Spring 2007 Canadian Gift and Tableware Association (CGTA) taking place Sunday, January 28th through to Thursday, February 1st, 2007 at the Toronto International Centre and the Toronto Congress Centre.
The Cuisinart Pressure Cooker ($149.99) is safe, easy to use and cooks up to 70% faster than conventional methods. The large 6-quart capacity, as well as push button control for a variety of cooking options such as: low & high pressure, browning, simmer, sauté and automatic ‘keep warm’ make this a dream appliance for all home chefs. Other features include a 99-Minute timer and LED countdown display, cool-touch side handles and a non-stick cooking pot, trivet included. Dishwasher safe. Available in April 2007.
Need a gift for the home chef who has every appliance? Deliver restaurant quality cooking with the Cuisinart Brick Oven ($279.99) which features 0.9 cubic feet of baking space with convection feature, two brick inserts, two wire racks for multi level baking, a baking stone to retain heat for optimal baking performance, plus a fully functional toaster oven broiler for baking, broiling and toasting. A non-convection unit is also available ($249). Available May 2007.
Need a new coffee maker for entertaining guests? The classically designed Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker ($89.99) is fully automatic, has 24-hour programmability and easy to use 1-4 cup setting for when you don’t need a full pot. The Brew Pause™ feature lets you pour a cup before brewing is complete, while the gold tone coffee filter and charcoal water filter ensure fresh, delicious coffee with every cup. Innovative styling meets top technology with Cuisinart’s Brew Central Thermal™ 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker ($149.99). Brew up to 12 cups of coffee into a double-wall stainless steel thermal carafe with a unique lid that locks out air and keeps coffee hot for hours allowing the hostess to relax after dinner. This coffeemaker is fully automatic with 24-hour programmability, a self-clean function and 1 to 4-cup setting. Both available May 2007.
In July 2007, Cuisinart, the original creator of the food processor, will launch an innovative new PrepExpress Handheld Food Processor ($99.99) which allows users to pick it up by its ultra comfortable handle and grate, slice or shred ingredients directly into a bowl! Its powerful 220-watt motor, removable cord and single button activation on the handle make it a dream for quick food processor jobs in the kitchen. Includes slicing, shredding and grating/fine shredding drums, as well as a stainless steel cutting drums (3” in diameter). Food chamber, pusher and drums are easily removable and dishwasher-safe. Nothing else like it!
Also, in July 2007, Cuisinart’s Pizza Oven ($129.99) cooks up to 12” fresh or frozen pizza and comes with a 12” pizza stone, 12” pizza mesh and pizza peel. The clever top of the unit functions as a plate warmer and the 30-minute timer with an audible ready signal allows for pizza perfection, or other yummy treats like apple tarts or fruit crumbles. A super alternative to delivery! Removable crumb tray makes for easy clean up. Recipe book included.
About Cuisinart Canada
A leader in culinary appliances, professional quality cookware, and kitchen accessories, Cuisinart is best known for introducing the food processor to Canada in 1975. In an effort to help customers Savour the Good Life, the company manufactures a full range of products including cookware, cutlery, blenders, hand mixers, coffeemakers, grills, rice cookers, toaster ovens as well as food processors electric kettles and scales. For more information on Cuisinart products visit www.cuisinart.ca. Cuisinart is available at all national retailers and gourmet stores across Canada.