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‘Lady Remoska’ to attend Exclusively

Lady Milena Grenfell-Baines, the most famous promoter of Remoska, the mini electric cooking and baking pan from Czech Republic, will be attending Exclusively Housewares (June 11-12 The Business Design Centre, London) with Remoska on June 11. Milena has also invited the wives of the Czech and Slovak ambassadors to visit the show to see the unveiling of brand new Remoska cooking pans, including the Remoska Prima. The Prima has a detachable cable on its lid with its heated element, and a modern design with pan that doubles as a serving bowl.

Above: The new Remoska Prima will be launched at Exclusively Housewares.
Above: The new Remoska Prima will be launched at Exclusively Housewares.

Lady Milena was born in Prague in 1929 and came to the UK in 1939 on the last Winton kinder transport train. Her career has included opening cookery schools in France.

On discovering Remoska, she introduced the pan to Lakeland, where it has been a stalwart favourite with UK consumers for numerous years. Milena notes that, “While Remoska was invited in the 1950s, it meets today’s demands for ‘green’ products due to its very low consumption of energy.”  She has written two recipes books to accompany the cooker.

Proud owners of Remoska cookers include Prince Charles’ household at Highgrove, after Lady Milena met the Prince in 2014.


Top: Lady Milena Grenfell-Baines, who was keen to bring Remoska cooking pans to the UK on discovering their versatility.

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