Your oven bakes. Perhaps it convection bakes, too. But now ovens do more: they steam. That’s right: Now steam ovens are the new thing, and they’re hot in more ways than one. Most offer the traditional baking option (and sometimes convection, as well) along with steam, but the steaming function is the star of the show. It’s a healthy way to cook because it keeps more moisture in with less butter and oil, and it offers a lot of flexibility for cooks. If you’re looking for a splurge to really heat up your cooking, steam ovens are gaining quickly in popularity and availability.
Steam ovens cook food much faster than conventional ovens do and help food retain its nutrients and flavor. This Wolf oven combines steam and convection modes with a series of pre-set programmed recipes so that all you have to do is put the food in — the oven does the work of figuring out which modes to apply to get the best results. You can even tell the oven what time you want your dish to be ready, and it will turn on and adjust the cooking process as necessary to finish at exactly the right moment.
A pro-style fuel range with griddle and convection oven offers the precision of gas with the consistent heat of electric. Six different convection modes including bake, broil and roast make it easy to whip up gourmet-quality meals at home.
A stainless steel, pro-style convection oven is one of the top-notch appliances in this kitchen made for preparing chef-inspired meals at home. Three drawers below and a cabinet above the oven offer easy-access storage for cookie sheets and baking pans.
The amenities in this kitchen make the space perfect for the homeowners and their growing family. A large kitchen island adds storage, counter space and additional seating, while state of the art appliances such as an oven, convection oven, microwave and gas stove make meal prep easy.
Here's a kitchen with a bonus -- an outdoor eating area just adjacent! The floor-to-ceiling windows bring an amazing light into the space, which boasts stainless steel microwave, convection oven, refrigerator and wine refrigerator. The simple style of the cabinets echo a classic, modern look.
Not only does this large kitchen island help give the family more counter space, it also adds plenty of storage. Plenty of drawers and small cabinets make sure that frequently used items, like silverware and corkscrews, are easily accessible. The island also houses a convection oven, convenient for easy, even baking, and a deep prep sink for easy cleanup.
If your existing appliances work well, forgo new, costly replacements. "Consider putting a new panel over your current refrigerator door," Costa suggests. But don't squander the potential to increase the kitchen's functionality for the sake of cost, she adds. If a new dishwasher or a convection oven will make life easier, take the plunge and invest in that new appliance.
To replace the kitchen without a stove or oven, this modern marvel has state of the art appliances that make cooking a breeze. With a standard oven and a convection oven as well as a gas range, this kitchen adds plenty of cooking options, and with plenty of counter space and a large kitchen island, this kitchen is the perfect place to concoct culinary craftsmanship.
This open-plan kitchen faces a wall of windows, allowing for plenty of natural light. The cool blue-gray of the kitchen island, topped with white marble contrasts the dark hardwood floor and by vintage-inspired hanging light fixtures with warmly colored glass shades. A stainless steel oven and convection oven are built into the white and frosted glass cabinetry, with adjacent open shelving. Through the arched doorway, a bay window is visible.
A cedar tree is the focal point of this kitchen, with lighting fixtures hanging between the upper branches near the ceiling. But even more impressive are the things you don't see. Electrical outlets and an exhaust panel are hidden within the granite and pop up at the push of a button. A built-in cutting board, wine storage area, Wolf double-stacked convection ovens and an incredible lake view add to the state-of-the-art kitchen.
The kitchen’s 30-inch, built-in combination convection microwave/convection wall oven offers a convection microwave on top that circulates heat for high-quality results, with a self-clean with steam clean option on the lower oven for cooking versatility.
The designer specified a combo/speed oven that’s large enough for a convection bake and also serves as a microwave. The built-in washer/dryer behind the doors enables a more integrated feel with a continuous toe kick.
The luxurious kitchen features Thermador stainless steel appliances, including a refrigerator, a freezer, a wine cooler, a convection microwave, an oven, a warming drawer and a six-burner gas cooktop. Rich walnut cabinetry provides warmth against the stainless appliances, and sleek, linear cabinet hardware pulls the look together.
The fully equipped kitchen includes a 36-inch six-burner stainless range with electric self-cleaning oven with nine functions, including convection, baking, roasting and warming. A stainless microwave drawer right next door makes it easy to warm up soups or a quick morning bowl of oatmeal.