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Written by Jo Hombsch
We’re all turning to find comfort in each other more than ever before, so it’s fitting for KitchenAid to announce the brands 2021 colour of the year as, Honey.
It’s so much more than a gorgeous golden-orange hue, honey is warmth, it’s inviting, and it’s a colour that radiates positivity, happiness and connectedness—the sort of vibes we’re all asking that 2021 will bring.
We’ll take one of both, please!
In the spirit of community and bringing people together, KitchenAid has announced a series of cooking master classes to celebrate the release of the iconic and golden coloured range with all class ticket sales donated to OzHarvest.
The masterclasses kick off on February 24th with baking queen Katherine Sabbath, where you’ll be treated to sweet themed class making desserts with the iconic and nostalgic Arnott’s Tim Tam and Choc Ripple biscuits.
The following day, you’ll be in the healthy hands of Belinda Gazzard, the in-house guru at KitchenAid, whipping up some savoury dishes.
On February 26th you will join siblings Amanda Cordony of Cordony Kitchen and renowned Interior Stylist Steve Cordony, where you’ll be crafting a dinner party meal whilst taking styling guidance so you can impress your guests at your next dinner soiree.
Tickets and additional information is available here.
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