Tag: temperature probe

Miele Appliances at KBIS/IBS 2015

Miele Appliances at KBIS/IBS 2015

[ 0 ] February 10, 2015 |

New Miele Range a Winner in Las Vegas Miele Appliances shown at KBIS/IBS 2015 It's hard to come away a winner when you go to Las Vegas. But, the new Miele range was a good bet at the 2015 Design and Construction Week (*KBIS/IBS) show in January. Miele partnered up with some top kitchen brands […]

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UAKC: Headquarters for Hi Tech Appliances

UAKC: Headquarters for Hi Tech Appliances

[ 0 ] July 8, 2014 |

Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Connections for Cooking Technology has been in the kitchen for a long time. Today, wireless capability has become a practical feature in operating modern appliances. Here are three appliance companies who have recently introduced wi-fi or bluetooth enabled ranges and/or wall ovens. All three rely on proprietary apps that control range or […]

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Big Oven for a Big Space, Wolf 36″ SO36U/S

Big Oven for a Big Space, Wolf 36″ SO36U/S

[ 0 ] July 6, 2013 |

Wolf L Series 36″ Built-In Single Oven Today's Feature at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center A perfect choice to fit under a 36″ cooktop or in a big 36″ wall cabinet, the Wolf L series 36″ built-in oven model SO36U/S has an unframed door design that gives the SO36U/S oven model L series 36″ a […]

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New Wolf 30″ Wall Ovens

New Wolf 30″ Wall Ovens

[ 0 ] July 2, 2013 |

Wolf Wall Ovens – America's Premier Brand Featured at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center Wolf L Series 30″ Single Wall Ovens SO30F/S and SO30U/S These Wolf ovens feature a unique dual convection system that offers user flexibility and control which is unbeatable. The intuitive controls are easily accessible from the exclusive Wolf rotating control panel. […]

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Cooking and drinking tips for the holiday

Cooking and drinking tips for the holiday

[ 0 ] December 24, 2012 |

Holiday Reminders for Cooking and Drinking Cooking Find your meat probe for roasting. If your oven has a feature allowing you to roast by temperature rather than time, you should use it. It is much more accurate. If you don't use this feature often, chances are that the temperature probe is hidden away with your […]

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