Do You Need a New Kitchen Range Cooker in 2013?

Do You Need a New Kitchen Range Cooker in 2013?

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Indulge in a new range cooker for your kitchen this year.

Slicing, dicing and juggling pots and pans without breaking a sweat – celebrity chefs make it look so easy.

As we approach Christmas, you may be stressing out already – you don’t want burnt bread sauce or charred chipolatas!

The answer, my culinary chums, is having the right tools to do the job. From the right utensils to the right appliances, you need to make sure your kitchen is kitted out!

One of the best things you can buy is a range cooker – why? Well read on….

Power

When buying a range cooker you have the choice of choosing the power source which is most suited to your home and cooking style.

A gas cooker, for example, often makes it harder to achieve a stable cooking temperature. No one wants too hot or too cold! Everyone wants just right.

But gas cookers do have benefits – particularly for bakers – as they help with moisture. Electric range cookers though – now that evenly distributes heat and is ideal for when you want to cook different dishes at the same time. It makes it easy by giving different cooking options. There is also the option for a dual-fuel range. This style will provide you with a gas hob and an electric oven. This gives you both flexibility and stability.

Cooking made easy – functionality 

Ranger cookers have a least two large ovens – so no more waiting and watching the clock for one dish to cook before starting the next!

Range cookers also gives you flexibility to enjoy cooking while playing host, so whether you’re entertaining large groups or just a small gathering of family or friends it will reduce the worry and stress of strict time management to avoid burning food. Programmable timers will help you to manage your time without any worries and will leave you time to enjoy hosting your party.

Ah, but every cooked one dish that ended up smelling and tasting a little like what you’d cooked in the oven just before? Those of you who love to cook will also enjoy being able to avoid cross contamination of the smells caused by cooking.

Then there’s those fussy eaters. Every family has one.

A range cooker gives the flexibility to cater for those who don’t want to tuck into turkey and all the trimmings.

Design and style

Your kitchen is the heart of the home, and with a range cooker you can enhance this feeling. Having a stylish focal point in your kitchen will not only be a talking point for your party guests, through in the fantastic food you whip up and you will be the talk of all your friends!

There is a misconception that you need to have a large country kitchen to benefit from having a range cooker. This is not the case. They come in many styles, shapes and sizes and can help you to make the most of the space you have.

Lifetime investment

Finally, a range cooker is a lifetime investment. If you decide to move house in the future you will be able to take your range cooker with you as it is free-standing. This means that it doesn’t need to be built into the kitchen.

Another benefit is that a cooker which lasts a lifetime is a green purchase too. Why? Because it will put less pressure on landfill sites – this means it will benefit to the environment in the long run.

To sum up, a range cooker isn’t just for Christmas. It’s a lifetime investment for those who love to cook and entertain friends all year round!

About the author: Liam Tarry is a digital editor, marketer, freelance writer, and all-around good guy.

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  • http://scarymarythehamsterlady.blogspot.com/ Mary Kirkland

    Too bad my apartment managers wouldn’t start getting these for the apartments.

  • http://www.biculturalmama.com Bicultural Mama

    I’ve been keeping my eye out on new stoves/ovens…ours will probably give out in the next few years. I’d love to have a double oven but it may be too pricey or impractical.