A chimney wall-mount hood sits above the kitchen's 36" stainless steel gas cooktop. The kitchen includes a Bluetooth Smart enabled cooking thermometer specifically designed for indoor use, and a Bluetooth Smart connected grilling thermometer that allows the cook to monitor up to four temperatures from an app.
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.
Having counters on each side of the pro-style range helps keep the cooking zone safe and efficient. On the counter to the left of the range sits a vintage-inspired onyx-black artisan standing mixer with 5-quart stainless steel bowl, 10 speeds and modern features, so you can whip up your favorite meals and treats for family and friends.
The spacious cooking area with 36-inch built-in stainless gas cooktop with heavy-cast, edge-to-edge grates includes a large custom hood above with powerful fan inside and lots of handy counterspace on each side.
The cooking center is at the heart of the kitchen with an induction cooktop and pop-out hood-vent above. Recessed lighting was added throughout the space and task areas were enhanced with under cabinet lights.
Not only does each Getaway camper come equipped with a mini-kitchen including sink, fridge, stovetop and cooking utensils, pots and pans, a decent selection of items like pasta and oatmeal will keep you and your crew from getting hangry if you forgot your vittles.
Induction cooking, which heats via electromagnetic field instead of through radiant heat, is all the rage because it’s speedy and allows you masterful control over simmering. And now smartphone-inspired touch-and-swipe controls make the connection between you and your cooktop element even more intuitive — just drag your finger around the arc to adjust the heat for each zone as you cook. Shown is a GE Monogram® induction cooktop.
When the mercury climbs and the sweat is never-ending, we’ve all heard someone remark that it’s “hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk.” But with solar cookers, you don't need a scorching hot summer day to harness the sun to cook your food. You don’t even need summer … or above-freezing temperatures. You just need the sun’s rays and the right equipment. In as few as 20 minutes, solar grills like the GoSun Sport (pictured) will reach temperatures of 550°F / 290°C, cooking your meal through the power of the sun.
Ceramic tile mimics the look of weathered wood, creating a backsplash that perfectly complements this modern kitchen’s rustic-industrial vibe. Hot-rolled steel panels form the cabinetry that surrounds the cooktop, and a custom hood is made from live-edge walnut, warming up the space.