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KitchenAid Architect Series II KDRS505XSS Review

by The Review CrewOctober 17, 2010

Sharing has always been important in how it relates to food. Survival of the species has certainly relied on such considerations as sharing time, resources, and effort, and today it is no different. A reflection of this reality can be found in our very own homes–or at least in the kitchen. Though nobody is going to go extinct if you grab the last slice of pizza, it doesn’t hurt to have something else in the oven just in case.

Featuring the ability to cook a pizza up on top and a roast (or anything else really) down below, the KitchenAid Architect Series II KDRS505XSS is a dual fuel double oven range that is made for multitasking. With a total 6.7 cubic feet of capacity, the double oven offers a large cooking space, providing ample room for most any recipe. Up top, five burners complete the cooking space, with one specially designed oval burner providing heat for an included cast-iron griddle.

The ability to cook multiple items multiple ways is a great way to economize usable space. This distribution of resources creates an easy way to make meal-planning come together with minimal effort. Convenient features round out the range, including roll-out racks that extend on ball-bearing rollers, an easy-to-read digital display with touch-panel controls, and multiple cooking modes that provide everything from slow cooking to convection broiling. The modern family lives in a busy environment, and faced with hectic choices every day, the ability to streamline kitchen activities may not exactly ensure survival of the species, but it will definitely help to make it through dinnertime.

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