Hey Appliance Fans,
If you’re just tuning in, I’ve devoted the entire month of November to Miele and I’m calling it “Mielevember”. Similar to Movember, when guys get all grisly with their facial hair to raise awareness about men’s health issues, Mielevember is designed to raise awareness about Miele’s awesome line up of appliances. I’ll let you be the judge on what’s more important, raising awareness about men’s health or Miele appliances, but I’ll give you a hint: appliances are not as important as your health. But since this blog is about appliances and not a knock off of WebMd, I should get back to the subject at hand.
If you’re like me, you’ve never met a baked good that you didn’t like. I don’t discriminate. Brownies, chocolate chip cookies, extra-large chocolate chip cooks, extra-large brownies, cake, extra-large cake; you get the picture. I want it all. I’ve been told that baking is a lot like chemistry when in fact it’s not like chemistry, it is chemistry. Too much egg here or too little flour there and all off of a sudden your blueberry muffins are more like baseballs. And there’s nothing worse than eating a baseball unless of course you’re a Phillies fan and watched the trash they put out on the field this season.
If you want to hone your baking skills, you don’t have to look any farther than Miele. There are a couple of reasons why they have such an impressive North American Headquarters. One, they want to show off all of their products. Two, they want to have events that demonstrate how well Miele appliances perform. The second reason is why you should be excited.
The Baking Bible Event At Miele’s HQ
Miele is hosting the “Diva of Desserts,” Rose Levy Beranbaum, on Wednesday December 10th at 6:30pm. Each attendee will receive a copy of Rose’s much anticipated book, The Baking Bible. You’ll have access to pick Rose’s brain on the best baking techniques during her Q & A session plus she’ll be signing copies of her book. The evening also features a live baking demonstration with Miele appliances while you enjoy a Champagne Dessert Buffet with recipes hand-picked by Rose.
Tickets are only 45 dollars and space is limited. Reserve your tickets now by contacting Miele at 1.800.843.7231 ext. 1511 or you can email Miele at email@example.com.
Mielevember continues next week when I share news from Miele that is over a decade in the making. Until next time, America!
The Baking Bible Event At A Glance
When: Wednesday December 10th at 6:30pm
Where: The Miele Center at Princeton
9 Independence Way
Princeton, NJ 08540
Tickets: $45 per person. To register, contact Miele at 1.800.843.7231 ext. 1511. Or via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.