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A range with a view

by The Review CrewSeptember 4, 2010

While cooking up a storm in the kitchen is a fun and rewarding experience, wrestling with the equipment isn’t anybody’s idea of a good time. When it comes to the range, slow-responding burners or elements can be a hindrance, as well as ovens that don’t heat consistently throughout. While cooks everywhere work around the quirks present in any particular appliance, sometimes it can be hard to ignore what else is out there.

With a convection oven and an induction cooktop, the Kenmore Elite Stainless Steel 30-Inch Freestanding Induction Range offers consistency and efficiency in one package. The large, 6.1-cubic-foot convection oven circulates air throughout the interior making it easy to get uniformly-cooked results, while the induction cooktop incorporates four different-size elements (10-inch, 8-inch, 7-inch and 6-inch) for convenient flexibility.

Featuring a large viewing window and two interior halogen lights, meals can be easily monitored without the need to open the oven door. While increased visibility is nice, a temperature probe is also integrated allowing for hands-off cooking. Familiarity in the kitchen makes for efficient cooking, but it doesn’t have to take years of experience to build that comfort–a few modern touches can help anyone navigate the kitchen.

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