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A mile­stone, such as Smeg’s 70th birth­day, de­serves to be marked in style. Be­ing an Ital­ian­based home-ap­pli­ance com­pany, it’s only fit­ting that Smeg does this by launch­ing the Portofino line of ad­vanced, free­stand­ing dual-fuel and in­duc­tion cook­ers, avail­able in a va­ri­ety of colours, in­clud­ing those from a pal­ette in­spired by the vil­lage of Portofino. The line doesn’t just have good looks, it also in­cludes fea­tures a home cook dreams about. Think 16 cook­ing modes with 20 au­to­matic pre-set recipes, an en­ergy-ef­fi­cient 126-litre-ca­pac­ity oven, and su­per-fast pre-heat­ing times, which means it takes just six min­utes to reach 200ºC. And, once you’ve cre­ated a gourmet mas­ter­piece, clean­ing up isn’t a chore as the cooker has py­rolytic self­clean­ing tech­nol­ogy, a re­mov­able in­ner-glass door and durable Ever Clean enamel in­te­rior. It’s never been sim­pler to give your kitchen a shot of glam­our. • Visit:

TOP: Portofino, on the Ital­ian Riviera, is the in­spi­ra­tion for the stun­ning shades in the range. ABOVE: Portofino cook­ers are also avail­able in four clas­sic shades. Whip up a typ­i­cal Ital­ian dish, such as spaghetti alle von­gole, with the stylish, fea­ture-packed Smeg Portofino cooker.

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