Sub-Zero Wolf has become a favourite choice for leading chefs and celebrities throughout the years because of the industrial and robust feel. Each appliance deliver’s delicious results every time and has the performance to create a professional kitchen in your very own home.
It was in 1943 where Westye F. Bakke built the first freestanding freezer in his basement in Madison, W1. The brand since then has been going strong for 70 years and is still an industry leader. Sub- Zero and Wolf were joined together in the year 2000 to offer state of the art kitchen innovation.
A few chefs’ who share the same passion for Sub-Zero Wolf appliances
James Martin has become a popular chef, and made a huge impact in the world of cooking, when he first appeared on British television 22 years ago in 1996.
He first appeared on Ready Steady Cook and The Big Breakfast, and then later went on to present BBC’s Saturday Kitchen and more recently Saturday Morning with James Martin, James Martin’s French Adventure and James Martin’s American Adventure.
His career started in 1994 when he was just 22, starting out as the Head Chef and helping set up the Hotel and Bistro du vin in Winchester.
James is a loyal fan and owner of Sub-Zero Wolf, not only putting them to good use on his shows but in his previous and current homes too.
In his own words…
“For the kind of reliability and quality that is integral to storing superior food I depend on Sub-Zero every time.”
“I have always found the Wolf brand first class, dependable and so easy to use, which is essential when cooking in a fast-pace environment like a busy restaurant kitchen.”
Gordon Ramsay first appeared on television in the late 1990s after starting his cooking career in the early 1980s. He also holds an OBE and his restaurants have been awarded 16 Michelin stars in total. He has become one of the best known chefs in British popular culture, and influenced viewers to become more culinarily adventurous.
Gordon is known for his fiery temper and presenting television programmes such as the British series of Hell’s Kitchen, The F Word, and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, along with the American versions of Hell’s Kitchens and Kitchen Nightmares.
Along with James Martin he is steadfast to Sub-Zero and has two Sub-Zero ICBBI36R’s (larder fridges) in his home.
Jamie Oliver holds an MBE and started out as a pastry chef at Antonio Carluccio’s Neal street restaurant, and then was noticed by the BBC in 1997 while serving as a sous chef at The River Café. He has also set out a campaign to introduce schoolchildren to healthier foods, and improve poor cooking habits in the UK and USA. In 1999 he opened his first television show, The Naked Chef which saw many viewers tune in.
Jamie also shares a passion for Wolf appliances like James Martin and chooses Wolf Dual Fuel ranges in his London and Essex homes as well as his London studio.