Cooking 101: Ovens


Cooking 101: Ovens

March 23, 2016 l Topics:Blogs l By KN Staff

If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, your effectiveness is not based solely on your talent but also on the appliances at your disposal.   This includes both the brands you purchase and the types of appliances you purchase.  This blog will discuss the options available for the most important appliance in your kitchen: the oven.

Bosch-Detail-in-Design-Wall-OvensYou can never go wrong with Bosch.  The company offers premium features including Genuine European Convection.  The benefit of convection ovens is that even baking occurs.  With that in mind, it is important to know that convection ovens are not ideal for dishes that need to be cooked slowly.  This includes brisket (a Texas classic!) and pot roast.  Another possibility is a steam oven.  Steam ovens prepare dishes that are moist on the inside and crisp on the outside.

Viking is another great option.  Click here for a list of Viking's offerings.  To give you a good variety, we also recommend GE Appliances.  GE's convection ovens offer incredibly even roasting and baking.  True European Convection with Direct Air bakes evenly as warm air blows from the top of the oven in and around bakeware.  The oven is the device by which your culinary creations come to life.  It is important that you pick the right oven to fit your culinary needs.  If you would like to browse our collection of ovens or learn more about the intricacies surrounding different types of ovens, feel free to stop by our showroom.  Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Houzz to stay up-to-date on all the happenings at K&N Sales!