"Galton Blackiston loves the CT36G five burner gas cooktop from Wolf."
Galton Blackiston is an English chef and restauranteur. His restaurant, Morston Hall, is highly acclaimed. Galton has also made television appearances and published books on cookery.
As a 17 year old Galton started selling homemade sweets and preserves from a market stall, which became popularly known as ‘Galton’s Goodies.’ Galton quickly realised cooking was his calling and continued to pursue his passions at home and abroad.
Galton has garnered experience working in New York, Canada, South Africa and London. In 1992 he established his own restaurant, the celebrated Morston Hall, in his hometown in Norfolk.
A winner of three AA rosettes and the highly coveted Michelin Star, Morston Hall is an intimate 17th century country house hotel renowned for its daily updated menu, sourced from fresh and local ingredients.
Galton represented the Midlands and East of England in the BBC's Great British Menu, reaching the final. He has since worked on other culinary TV and publishing projects.
Galton uses the ever-reliable range of Wolf appliances in his kitchens and chooses Sub-Zero wine storage to hold his fine wine and champagne collection at home and at Morston Hall.
Galton on Wolf :
“My favourite appliance is the CT36G five burner gas cooktop from Wolf because it is uncomplicated and easy to use. It is really simple to fire up and offers the most precise temperature control due to dual stacked, sealed burners which allow you to alternate between different temperatures.”