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Bosch home appliances

April 19, 2011 09:10 ET

Bosch Launches Blog Providing Easy Recipes to Make at Home

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA--(Marketwire - Apr 19, 2011) - To inspire home cooks to make delicious, easy recipes at home, Bosch home appliances has launched a new blog, Amy's Kitchen Table.

With a passion for finding pure ingredients that can put a fresh twist on classic recipes, Amy's Kitchen Table provides tips for preparing easy recipes that home cooks can proudly serve to their families and guests.

"Cooking for my family, and oftentimes our friends, is my way of showing them how much I love them," said Amy Winklemann, the blogger behind Amy's Kitchen Table. "My goal is to share this passion with others and hopefully inspire them to prepare delicious meals consisting of easy recipes that will delight their family and friends."

With recipes for satisfying both kids and adults to recipes for quick and healthy desserts and holiday entertaining, Amy's Kitchen Table encourages home cooks to get back into the kitchen. Amy will prepare the easy recipes in her Bosch kitchen and will offer Bosch customers tips on how to get the most out of their Bosch appliances.

To learn some of Amy's tips for preparing delicious meals and entertaining guests, please visit

About Bosch
Bosch home appliances is part of BSH, Bosch and Siemens Home Appliance Group, the third largest appliance manufacturer in the world. Known worldwide for raising standards in appliance efficiency and quietness, Bosch is a recipient of the ENERGY STAR Sustained Excellence Award. In fact, Bosch is the only US appliance manufacturer with entire product lines of ENERGY STAR qualified dishwashers, washers and refrigeration. With US headquarters in Huntington Beach, California, the company operates an appliance park in New Bern, North Carolina comprised of state-of-the-art factories for dishwashers, ranges, ovens and cooktops.

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