21st Century Induction Cooking At 18th Century Beer House
22 July 2010
With spiralling, high LPG gas costs, owners of an original 18th Century licensed beer and cider house, turned to induction cooking to save energy costs.The popular Twitcher's haunt The Tudor Arms, located at The Patch next to the Wild Fowl And Wetlands Trust in Slimbridge, was experiencing spiralling hig LPG gas costs and as a result looked at changing to induction cooking and energy efficient kitchen equipment.
Together with Target Catering Equipment's 4 Zone Commercial Induction Cooking Station, which incorporated energy saving Adande refrigerated drawers, this equipment would improve the layout of the kitchen, deliver quality food day and night at this oasis, and at the same time save money on energy costs.
Dating back to the 18th Century, The Tudor Arms was originally a licensed beer and cider house for the Irish Navigator Soldiers who built the Gloucester to Sharpness Canal by hand.
The Tudor Arms is now at the forefront of change to energy efficient cooking techniques, but it still retains its old world charm and traditional fare, the making of which has only been made easier by the introduction of the Commercial Cooking Station and energy saving catering kitchen equipment supplied by Target Catering Equipment.
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