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Affordable Gas Convection Ranges (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Tam Nguyen

There are a lot of choices when you’re shopping for affordable gas ranges. A few years ago, features like convection, continuous grates, fifth center burner, and self-clean required an upgrade in price but now they are standard in most ranges.

In fact, the whole process of looking for a range has changed over the last 5 years.

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Topics: Gas Cooking, Convection, Ranges

Differences Between Single, Twin, European and VertiCross Convection Ovens

by Nicole Parmenter

If you’ve started considering a new oven purchase, chances are you will be faced with a choice to make; whether to go with a thermal oven or convection oven.

Thermal ovens offer the standard oven modes like bake, broil, and roast.

Convection is fan forced heat. However you have brands with fan assist, True or European convection and dual convection. Now, Wolf has invented the VertiCross convection employing blowers instead of fans.

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Topics: Wall Ovens, Convection

Best Convection Wall Ovens (Reviews/Ratings)

by Nicole Parmenter

In the market for a new wall oven? By now, if you’ve done your research, I bet you’ve seen countless articles peppered with the word “convection.”

As if shopping for an oven or range weren’t difficult enough (lots of bells and whistles to consider), now most wall ovens and ranges are equipped with very different convection systems.

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Topics: Convection

The Differences Between Convection Cycles

by Jonathan Beresford

If you find yourself in the market for a range or wall oven, there is a pretty good chance that you will be considering models with some sort of convection system in the oven cavity.

If you are unfamiliar with convection cooking, here it is in a nutshell.

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Topics: Wolf, Wall Ovens, Convection

Steam Convection vs. Speed Convection Ovens: Which Should You Buy?

by Jessica Petrino

You are in the beginning stages of your kitchen remodeling project. At this stage you have likely met with a few contractors, cabinet makers, and designers and are in the process of conceptualizing your ideal kitchen renovation.

Many design professionals request that you look at appliances early on so that they can begin to map out your renovation. Choosing appliances for your design can be a daunting task. In recent years consumers are bombarded with an abundance of information, models, brands, reviews etc.

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Topics: Steam Ovens, Convection, Speed Ovens

Convection, European Convection and Dual Convection Cooking (Ratings/Reviews)

by Eddie Jacob

Convection is a fan forced heat, which maintains a more even heat in the oven. Consequently, you bake and brown more evenly. Of course, there are a number of different types of convection.

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Topics: Wolf, Jenn-Air, Bosch, Frigidaire, Convection, Cooking

The Guide To Convection Cooking

by Steve Sheinkopf

Convection cooking has been around since the 1970s. Interestingly enough, Jenn-Air was the first manufacturer to market it in the US. When I started selling appliances in 1983, the big names were AEG, Miele, Gaggenau, as well as Thermador and Jenn-Air.

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Topics: Convection, Cooking

Convection Ranges

by Steve Sheinkopf

Let's take the mystery of convection.

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Topics: Frigidaire, Convection, Ranges

The Difference Between Wolf Professional Ranges (Reviews/Ratings)

by Steve Sheinkopf

About a dozen years ago, Sub-Zero bought Wolf and completely retooled the ranges. Wolf is now one of the top professional cooking lines in the industry. They have 30", 36" and 48" products with two different versions.

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Topics: Wolf, Professional Ranges, Convection, Dual Fuel Ranges

A Question of Samsung

by Steve Sheinkopf

Samsung is currently one of the most popular brands of appliances. It is highly rated, stylish and has niche products.
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Topics: Refrigerators, Convection, Laundry, Samsung

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