I am an authorized dealer for Bosch, Nutrimill, and Ankarsrum appliances. I use all of these appliances in my everyday cooking and I show you how to use them in my classes and demonstrations.
I believe that anyone who bakes with any frequency should have a quality mixer. It wasn’t until I discovered the Bosch Universal a few years ago that I realized that not all mixers are made the same. The Universal can handle up to 15 pounds of whole wheat dough without blinking an eye – it is a real workhorse in my kitchen. Nutrimill’s new Artiste Mixer is an affordable mixer that does almost everything that the larger Bosch mixer can do – making a quality mixer accessible for more households. The Ankarsrum Assistant offers everything the Universal does, in addition to being a little quieter and sleek. I love showing people what these mixers can do. And while they are large capacity mixers, they skillfully handle small tasks just like they do larger tasks. I promise that they will change what you can do in your kitchen.
I began milling my own flour in 2013. Freshly milled flour was a total game changer for me and my baking. Before I started milling whole wheat flour, I would add a small amount of store bought whole wheat flour into my breads because I thought it was healthier – but I hated it because it changed the textures of my dough and made it difficult to get good rise. This is not the case with fresh flour. I love the two mills that I carry and I love to teach people how great whole wheat flour can taste. And don’t get me started on how much healthier fresh whole grain flours are for your family.
Click on the links below for more information on my favorite equipment. If you are interested in purchasing any of these items, please contact me directly for more information. I would also love to welcome you into my kitchen to learn how to make any of these products work for you.
Kitchen Machines – besides being a mixer, these machines can do so much more. Ask me about attachments including blender, meat grinder, citrus juicer, pasta press, and berry press.