When it comes to your range, there are two options – gas or electric. But how do you know which one is right for you? There are many pros and cons to each, so it’s time to go over the beneficial and worthless factors of each choice.
Induction ranges gets cooking done and leaves the cooking surface cool by using an electromagnetic field to heat up pots/pans without heating up your kitchen. This electromagnetic field excites iron molecules into the pan to make it hot enough to cook food in. An induction range cooks food efficiently and rapidly while only heating up the pot and food inside. There are several advantages to induction ranges rather than gas or electric ranges.
The holidays are almost here and before you know it, your guests will be knocking on your door. With so much to do in addition to your regular day-to-day, it can get a little stressful. We thought we’d help you out with a quick list of tips and to do’s for those last few days before the main event.
This week we’ll be talking about Drip Pans or Drip Bowls, the (sometimes neglected) protectors of your range. Whether it be spills, boil overs, splatters, or burnt on food, the Drip Pans on your range are ready for just about anything you can cook up.
If the Coil Surface Burner Element on an electric stove sparks, you’ll know it. The experience can range from a single spark powerful enough to put a hole in the bottom of a pot, to a shower of sparks until the coil burns out, to a few small pops. But what causes this?
If you’ve ever tried to search for answers online, you probably didn’t come up with very much. A sparking electric stove is a bit of a rare occurrence, but when it does happen it’s usually because of one of a few common causes. Today we’ll be sharing with you 5 Common Causes of a Sparking Electric Range.
Is your electric stove cooktop stained or damaged in some way? It may be time for a replacement, not to worry, we can help you out! Before you begin your replacement, be sure your oven is completely turned off and disconnected. The only tool you will need to complete this repair is a Phillips head screw driver. Be sure to follow the steps below to replace your cooktop smoothly.
A Glass Top Electric or Induction Stove is often viewed as the epitome of smooth, sleek, and modern looking appliances. With the heating elements below the glass surface, cleaning out drip pans, scrubbing coils, and balancing wobbly pots are all troubles of the past. And with that flat surface, clean up is a breeze…or is it?
Truth is, glass cook-tops are notorious for scorch marks and burnt on stains. If you don’t know how to care for them, they can seem like a cleaning nightmare. But, with the right tools and cleaners you can skip the elbow grease and keep your Glass Cook-top shining like new.