MINNEAPOLIS – August 16, 2018 – ThermalRite, an Everidge brand and a manufacturer of walk-in coolers and freezers and other refrigerated solutions, will host a culinary seminar series focusing on the strategic use of its vacuum sealers. Executive chef Mariano A. Taboada Alarcon will be leading the seminars.
Peruvian Chef Alarcon has been recognized around the world for his cutting-edge culinary techniques over his 15-year career. His culinary presentations will be dynamic, informative and engaging — demonstrating how vacuum sealers tie together with other kitchen equipment such as sous vide, combi ovens and blast chillers.
“I’m excited to kick off this inaugural culinary seminar series with ThermalRite,” said Chef Alarcon. “Vacuum sealers can revolutionize a chef’s daily kitchen operations, and attendees will learn how they can use them to be more strategic.”
The dates and locations for the culinary seminar series are as follows:
September 5, 2018 in Boston, MA
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at CR Peterson + Associates
September 6, 2018 in Grapevine, TX
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at Forbes, Hever & Wallace, Inc.
To reserve a space at one of the seminars or for more information, please contact Steve Gill by calling 713.412.7493 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about ThermalRite vacuum sealers, visit https://www.everidge.com/products/vacuum-sealers/.
Everidge is the nation’s premier commercial refrigerated services provider, representing an unmatched, combined strength with brands CrownTonka, ThermalRite, ICS and LoTemp Doors. Everidge indoor or outdoor walk-in coolers and freezers, blast chillers, prep tables, vacuum sealers and other refrigeration components are customized for any application, yet at an affordable price to ensure food is kept safe and fresh. With short lead times, low freight charges and fast delivery, Everidge brands promise responsive, turn-key support every step of the way — from the point of sale through installation. For more information, please visit www.everidge.com.
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