Debut for a new cooking star at Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli

A revolutionary new, made-in-Wales, cooking appliance will be making its ‘debut’ at Parc y Scarlets rugby stadium in Llanelli.
The wraps are due to come off the LoCooker – a new concept in cooking.
Three members of the Clyne Energy Ltd team behind the project are huge Scarlets rugby fans.
“West is best, is what we all like to say at Parc y Scarlets,” said Clyne Energy chairman Professor Ken Board.
“We think we’ve got a product that lines up there as a world-beating idea, so what better place to showcase our new invention than Parc y Scarlets?
“The LoCooker is something we are very proud to call a ‘made-in-Wales’ idea. It was invented here in Wales and it is being built here in Llanelli.
“Llanelli has been synonymous with great achievements in rugby. Now we want Llanelli to build a similar reputation for invention and manufacturing excellence.”
The LoCooker brings a new approach to cooking a wide range of food. It operates by a unique combination of water spray, water vapour and convection, delivering heat energy into food in a highly efficient way.
It runs using a 13amp plug. It requires no plumbing, and no extraction. It is portable. The food prepared by the LoCooker has improved vitamin retention and provides extra freedom for chefs at all levels.
The LoCooker launch will be happening at the Phil Bennett Lounge at Parc y Scarlets rugby stadium from 2pm on Thursday, May 23.
The launch will feature cooking demonstrations by celebrity chef Colin Pressdee.
Professor Board added: “The launch is an ‘invite-only’ chance to see a remarkable new concept in cooking. It will be of great interest to chefs, hospitals, restaurants, hotels, schools and other educational establishments, caterers of all sizes and other sections of the food industry.”
If you are interested in attending the LoCooker launch, then please email

Picture: Three members of the Clyne Energy Ltd team: Ken Board, Peter Lane and Alun Board.



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