If Kitchenaid's colour of the year is anything to go by, 2021 is going to be sweet and busy as a bee.
The year's chosen hue is honey: warm and rich with orange undertones. It's meant to invoke warmth and positivity – the same feelings you get after a delicious meal.
The appliance powerhouse has unveiled its iconic stand mixer and blender in the golden shade, and to celebrate the new release it's hosting three cooking classes for the benefit of Oz Harvest.
On February 24, cake queen Katherine Sabbath is putting a spin on two nostalgic Arnott's bickies: Tim Tams and Choc Ripple.
On February 25, Belinda Gazzard from Kitchenaid Australia is presenting easy and nourishing savoury dishes that celebrate local, seasonal produce for Harris Farm.
And on February 26, learn to cook a group meal and style your next dinner party with the sibling duo of caterer Amanda Cordony and interior designer Steve Cordony.
100 per cent of proceeds from the masterclasses will be donated to Australian charity and food rescue operation OzHarvest; every pair of tickets sold means 262 meals distributed to those in need.
There are two sessions each on the three days: one at 2pm and another at 6pm. All classes run for two hours. Tickets are only available in pairs.