"Some of Australia's top chefs, including Adriano Zumbo, Tetsuya Wakuda and Adrian Gilmore, have given the thumbs up to the German engineered Thermomix appliance taking off in home and professional kitchens." Click here to access the article.
The Sunday Telegraph, 9 June 2013
Louise Fulton Keats shares a recipe from 'Thermomix Cooking for your Baby and Toddler'. Click here to watch this segment on The Morning Show.
The Morning Show, Channel 7, 1 May 2013
"It cooks, chops, mixes, kneads, stirs, steams, emulsifies... basically anything you can do, it can do better - and faster."
Shop 4 Kids, Autumn 2013
In a review by Choice Magazine, Thermomix came out tops against its competitors. Click here to access the article.
Choice Magazine, November 2012
"It's fun! We could go on and on about this versatile kitchen helper, but those two words sum up one of the big reasons why we love this little guy."
Good Taste Magazine, October 2012
"There are at least 20 kitchen jobs you can do with this machine, from obvious things like making baby food, to making sorbets by grinding ice super fine in no time at all."
Sydney Morning Herald, 8 August 2012
"Google the word Thermomix and you'll see we're not the only ones who think this kitchen multi-tasker is the cleverest invention since dried shampoo."
Shop til you drop Magazine, July 2012
"Hailing from 1960s Germany, the Thermomix - a food processor that also weighs and cooks so it can make anything from custard to risotto, cakes, soups, sauces and jams, as well as mincing, kneading, juicing and whipping - didn't arrive in Australia until 2000. A precision time-saver, it rapidly became a must-have for professional chefs, as well as finding its way into well-heeled home kitchens, gaining a cult following rivalled only by Apple."
Qantas Magazine, February 2012