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BORA Magazine 01|2023 – English

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“The Tepan stainless

“The Tepan stainless steel grill has completely changed our relationship with cooking and eating.” FINN BEALES Above: The kitchen island is made of a single piece of oak as you can see from the perfect waterfall edge. Incidentally, the wood was regionally sourced. Below: Natural materials and centuries-old walls create a cosy atmosphere. Together, the old and new-build areas span 200 square metres. A bright and airy, open-plan room with large, east and westfacing windows that flood the cottage with soft, golden light in the evening. A place where Beales can relax as he cooks with his family but that he can also use for food and lifestyle shoots for his job. “I didn’t want an extractor hood over the kitchen island as it would have totally ruined the look of the room, the atmosphere and all my photos”, explains Beales. While researching alternatives, he came across the BORA Professional 3.0 and chose a combination of two induction cooktops and a Tepan stainless steel grill. “The effect of steam defying the laws of physics and disappearing into the cooktop is an instant crowdpleaser when we’ve got guests round like a magic show that impresses time and again.” The family loves getting together here to cook. “The Tepan stainless steel grill has completely changed our relationship with cooking and eating it’s astonishing”, enthuses Beales. In the evenings, they head out into the garden with friends and pick fresh, home-grown vegetables before grilling them in the kitchen. All visitors love the vegetable garden, where the couple grows beans, carrots, tomatoes, chillies, cucumbers, cabbages, aubergines and more. Broccoli with crushed garlic, red chilli flakes and a splash of red wine vinegar is a favourite snack. Whether vegetables, omelettes or pancakes,

HOME STORY EXPERIENCE Above: Clare Beales relaxes by the fire pit, which can be directly accessed from the kitchen just before the beautiful perennial garden. Right: Finn and Clare with their children Seren and Harlan plus the family dog Otto. A bench is integrated into the wall of the house. thanks to the large stainless steel Tepan grill, everyone can eat at the same time and there’s no need to wait for different items to be prepared in multiple pans. Beales values this mindful life in the countryside: spending time outdoors, feeling connected to nature and cooking home-grown and harvested food with loved ones. “Gardening and cooking ground me, in the truest sense of the word”, Finn Beales states in summary. “I stand with my feet firmly planted on the ground and love coming home after my travels for work.” Further inspirational stories about homes like Finn’s can be found on Instagram at Left: Old meets new. The extension may well be modern but it still blends perfectly into the landscape and with the original farmhouse. @boracookingsystems BORA MAGAZINE 69


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