Do chefs prefer gas or induction?
What is a separate cooktop and oven?
What’s so great about a Dutch oven?
Why is a slide in range more expensive?
What can you cook in a double oven?
Do all my kitchen appliances need to be the same brand?
Can you have an electric oven and gas cooktop?
How much ventilation does a built in oven need?
Chefs love induction cooking because of the extremely fast heating and precise heat control provided through a high-performance glass-ceramic surface. Also, induction technology warms the pan and not the surface or surrounding area, so very little heat escapes into the room.
A wall oven is its own cooking appliance that can be built into your wall space and placed separately from your cooktop. Wall ovens are easier to install and most wall ovens are placed around eye-level, cutting back on bending, kneeling, or crouching to place food into the oven.
An enameled cast-iron Dutch oven is perfect for braises because of its heft, which helps with heat retention and distribution. It’s ideal for searing meat over high heat on the stovetop and then transferring it to the oven for low-and-slow cooking. That’s versatility.
Slide-in ranges are made to fit in a space between cabinets in kitchens for a built-in, high-end look. They usually have higher prices due to their built-in design.
Double oven range: The smaller top oven fits one baking sheet or a small chicken or roast. The bottom oven provides less space than a traditional single oven but can accommodate a roast or turkey and multiple baking sheets.
One common question we often get asked when our customers are looking to buy new appliances is, “Do I have to get all the same brand? The answer is simple, No. It is completely up to the customer. But, sometimes it does make it an easier process to purchase all of the same brand of appliances.
There are many perks that you will find when it comes to a gas range with an electric oven. Commonly referred to as a dual fuel range, these types of appliances bring together the best of both worlds. You have everything that comes with owning a gas stove combined with all the benefits of an electric oven.
Built In Oven Ventilation Requirements You need at least 5mm of space along the sides of the built in oven. If the top of the oven is flush with the worktop, this is fine.