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Built-In Ovens

Bosch built-in oven

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This 90cm wide Bosch built-in oven, the HBX53R50 is aesthetically quite pleasing with the combination of stainless steel and glass, giving a professional look to your kitchen. Unobtrusively designed operating controls and display elements are easy to use. The 71 litre multifunction Bosch built-in oven offers 8 cooking modes, including conventional heat, hot air, pizza setting, bottom heat, hot air grilling, full width variable grill, half width variable grill and defrost. For your safety, the window is designed in such a way that glass temperature does not exceed 50°C.

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Posted January 8, 2012 9:07 PM

V-ZUG combi-steam XSL oven comes to UK

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The stylish and high performance V-ZUG steam ovens are coming to the UK. The Swiss based V-ZUG, which is the world leader in steam technology, set to launch a raft of new products in January 2012. Many will be launched in the UK soon after as well. At the heart of this will be a number of new appliances, which use the power of steam to deliver outstanding results for consumers.

V-ZUG introduced their first combination steam oven in Switzerland in 2000. Today, the V-ZUG Futureline collection includes a range of steam oven options, including the Combi-Steam XSL, the world most advanced domestic combination steam oven.

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Posted January 2, 2012 2:02 PM

Fulgor hidden oven

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This built-in oven from Fulgor does not go in the wall, instead it hides in the kitchen countertop. From there, you can raise it up, thanks to the unique Fulgor Lift System, with the simple touch of a button, just like a hidden exhaust hood. The multifunction oven has touch controls and offers 12 cooking functions including Upper and Lower Heat, Upper Heat, Lower Heat, Salamander, Full Grill, Grill and Fan, Upper and Lower Heat with Fan, Fan with Heat, Pizza and Bread, Lower Heat with Grill, Boost and Defrosting.

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Posted December 31, 2011 4:22 PM

Miele Speed oven review

The 24" wide Miele Speed oven will help you entertain with ease. Well engineered both inside and out, the convection speed oven eliminates the need for multiple appliances by combining microwave and convection technologies into quite a remarkable oven. With 3 individual cooking levels, 9 cooking functions and Miele MasterChef food driven menu, the Speed oven delivers the ultimate in flexibility and performance.

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Miele H 4084 BM Classic MasterChef stainless steel speed oven

The Speed oven 1.0 kW microwave quickly defrosts beef tenderloin, steams green beans and reheats holiday leftovers. Then, at the touch of a button, the convection mode kicks in to roast the tenderloin, bake popovers and broil seasonal fruit for a delicious dessert.

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Posted December 28, 2011 11:05 PM

Thermador convection oven with steam cooking

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Thermador Steam & Convection Oven gives culinary enthusiasts all the benefits of steam cooking combined with traditional true convection in the same appliance. Designed to make cooking more convenient, flavorful and healthier, the Thermador oven is unique appliance that combines 3 distinct cooking options - steam, true convection and a combination of the two. This oven also has 40 automatic food programs, 9 advanced cooking modes and a series of advanced features intended for the true cooking enthusiasts.

Ideal for any occasion, the Thermador convection oven comes with 1.4 cu. ft capacity, large enough for a 14-pound turkey, which takes only 90 minutes to cook in Combination mode. And it will be the best turkey you've ever had - a succulent, moist inside with a perfect crust outside. Steam cooking not only preserves the vitamins, minerals and nutrients typically lost through traditional cooking methods, but also eliminates the need for butter or fat, resulting in a tastier and healthier holiday meal.

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Posted December 2, 2011 11:15 AM

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