Lock & Lock the product that we’ve known as storage for food and liquid container, bet you didn’t remember that it was first introduced in 1999, they came out with the concept of air tight and liquid tight containers. Lock & Lock is not just storage for foods and drinks, today, the brand with revolutionary four locking mechanism launched its own cookware and glassware lines to address the different food-related needs of people aside from storage. Lock & Lock introduces CookPlus and Lock & Lock Glass line for safer, convenient, and healthier way to prepare and present food from kitchen to the table.
The new product lines were introduced to us during the Lock & Lock Speed Cook demonstration held at Kabila dining of M Cafe in Ayala, Makati. Through a cooking demo led by Chef Kalel Chan, we were able to appreciate the fine and great ways of cooking through CookPlus the fastest and convenient way and storing food to the Lock & Lock Glass line that is non-exploding with non-scattering features.
More than being made from high quality materials, the cookware and glassware lines were made with user in mind, with each product ensuring the health, safety, and convenience of Filipinos.
The CookPlus line is perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) free, which are man-made chemical and most-non-stick cookware have this for better cooking. However, as PFOA is transferred from the cookware to the food, puts people’s health at risk. We always rememeber our elders reminded us not to scratch too much the surface of the non-stick pans we have at homes when cooing food. Maybe, they really know the risk of PFOA but we kept on using them.
It’s a good thing that Lock & Lock is PFOA free, which is also made of high quality ceramic which makes it easier for the product to conduct heat while cooking. Chef Kalel demonstrated to us how easy it was to cook Pad Thai, stir-fried noodles popular among the dishes in Thailand. Back in our travel to Phuket, we remember how in every streets, you will find Pad Thai selling lie hotcakes, And to tell you, the ones selling in the street are much flavorful than what we’ve eaten in some of the hotels in Phuket.
And because bloggers are known for first-hand experience, two female participants namely Ruth de la Cruz and Lou Ventigan, bloggers in their own rights and are both professionals to their work, took the cooking challenge of cooking eggs, pancakes, and bacon! It was like watching a cooking battle right in front of your face while the two ladies hit the cooking table. The cooking lasted for about 30 minutes or so, with both ladies earning cooking commendations from Chef Kalel and the cheering crowd. Ruth emerged as the winner of the cooking challenge, well actually, both the ladies are winners when Lock & Lock executives handed them over their new Lock & Lock Glass line products as prizes for participating the challenge.
“Lock & Lock’s movement to go beyond containers and offering quality cookware and glassware is our response in recognizing the other food-related needs of Filipinos. Through our products, we not just offer products that are of high quality, but products that can make the cooking and eating experience a more convenient, healthy, and safe event for the Filipino family,” shared Rafael Chua, President, Lock & Lock Philippines.
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