Smeg’s new Galileo range is heralding a bold new era of cooking at home

It makes sense that historic Italian appliance brand Smeg (creating some of the world’s most lauded appliances since 1948) is the name ushering us into a new era of at-home cooking. After all, isn’t Italy the birthplace of the culinary arts?

In a move that rings true to the kind of superior quality and bold, forward-thinking we’ve come to expect from the brand, Smeg has recently unveiled its impressive new Galileo range. Built around groundbreaking multi-cooking technology, it’s destined to make your dinner-party recipes taste like something prepared by a Michelin-star chef.

Smeg Galileo (its name fittingly inspired by the father of modern science) is the culmination of years of meticulous research, and presents as a unique combination of premium Italian design, manufacturing excellence and unparalleled technological innovation. The Galileo range comprises a new generation of ovens, developed around a redesigned cavity that marries traditional, steam and microwave cooking methods and can offer the power of up to seven cooking technologies in one appliance.

Basically, for the at-home cook, this results in a lot less time spent prepping, cooking and cleaning up (around 70 percent less time, in fact), and a far more accurate, reliable and consistent outcome, no matter what is going in the oven. This is thanks to Smeg’s clever use of professional algorithms, alongside handy tools like Multistep — a set-and-forget function to ensure the perfect cook every time — and Sametime — an essential timing assistant for when trying to prepare multiple dishes at once.

Ultimately, Smeg’s Galileo range proves why this brand is increasingly favoured as the appliance of choice for design-led private homes. Made to fit seamlessly into any kitchen and offering functionality at a level that is on par with a professional set up, this new range is nothing less than a culinary revolution, and will take your favourite recipes to bold new heights. 


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