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Troy Wheeler of Meatsmith, invites CIBI into the kitchen to share an autumn favourite cooked in Nambu Tekki saucepan

Troy Wheeler of Meatsmith, invites CIBI into the kitchen to share an autumn favourite cooked in Nambu Tekki saucepan

“the perfect design” - Troy Wheeler, Meatsmith.

CIBI neighbour and friend, Troy Wheeler of Meatsmith, invites CIBI into the kitchen to share an autumn favourite, cooked in Sori Yanagi designed Nambu Tekki cast iron saucepan.  Meatsmith’s “ethically and sustainably farmed meats that deserve to be savoured and celebrated” find the perfect home in Sori Yanagi Design.  CIBI proud and a little bit excited to see what Troy brings to the table.

 

Sori Yanagi Cast Iron Pan

 

Q&A with Troy Wheeler of Meatsmith

 

Q : What did you cook with the pan? 

A : An autumn favourite, braised Gippsland rabbit with paprika and pancetta.  Seasonal change feels like an invitation to revisit recipes, a good excuse.

Gippsland Rabbit

Q : What other dishes you think you like to cook with this pan? 

A: The pan is very universal, you could pan fry a steak or slow roast a lamb shoulder.  Simplicity in the kitchen is great, we all have busy days, busy schedules so a pan that lives many lives, makes sense. 

Home cooking with Troy Wheeler of Meatsmith

Q : What did you like the most when you are using the pan?

A : The pan has a very good weight, has great even heat distribution and the perfect design makes it easy to move around on the stove or transferring in and out of the oven.  Cast iron is easy to look after when used often, so versatility is always important.

Sori Yanagi Design Cast Iron Pan

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CIBI Design Month

March 4 - 27

8am - 4pm daily at CIBI

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