Samsung's New Cooking Solutions

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This Summer Samsung will start offering the T9000 FlexDuo Range NE58F9710SR with first ever 30″ multifunction oven.

Samsung’s FlexDuo technology will allow you to divide the oven into two compartments for cooking two dishes at once making meal time more efficient and more convenient than ever before.

You can choose between using the range’s full size  5.8 cu. ft. capacity oven for larger dishes like roasted turkeys, or you can use the Smart Divider to divide the oven into 2.4 cu. ft. and 3.3 cu. ft. top and bottom compartments for smaller items like dinner and a dessert.

 Samsung FlexDuo Range | KitchAnn Style

The Samsung NE597N0PBSR Induction Range  is the first-ever 30″ freestanding electric range to feature the FlexCook Zone and Samsung Boil Alert, as well as SteamQuick technology.

The Flexcook zone acts as a full-length bridge element, letting customers cook large pots and pans across one large induction element without having to worry about incomplete heat distribution. When the bridge element is not in use, it can be used as two separate 9-inch elements.

Samsung’s Boil Alert technology senses small vibrations as water begins to heat up. When the vibrations reach a certain level, the range provides less heat and also sounds a series of beeps.

SteamQuick technology is Samsung’s new cleaning innovation which requires less time, power and effort. 10 pounces of water is all that is needed to clean your oven in just 20 minutes.

The NE58F9710SR FlexDuo Range should be available for $2,399.99 MSRP and the  NE597N0PBSR Induction Range should be available for $1,999.99 MSRP.

Pair one of these ranges with Samsung’s ME179KFETSR OTR Speed Oven if you have limited space and need more convection cooking. This microwave is touted as having best-in-class LED lighting.  $649 MSRP.

Induction range

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DivaVery soon Diva de Provencewill be making it’s new Diva 365 induction range available . The 36-inch stainless steel professional range is an industry first, combining an all-electric convection self-cleaning oven with a five burner induction cooktop.The five burner Diva Induction cooktop utilizes electromagnetic energy that heats only the cookware. The onyx vitroceramic glass surface remains cool to the touch providing easy clean up of spilled food that would typically burn on the surface of a regular cooktop.  Also, Diva Induction Cooktops heat food faster, boiling water in half the time of the most powerful gas or electric burner, while the kitchen stays cool. This rapid heating process saves time and energy.Not all pots and pans will work for induction cooking. For your cookware to work on induction it requires a ferrous metal base or layer. This ferrous metal is necessary as it is the layer that will get hot when placed in the electromagnetic field. Generally speaking, most stainless steel cookware and cast iron cookware will work on induction cooktops. Copper, glass and aluminum cookware will not work on induction. To test your cookware to see if it will work on induction, try to stick a magnet to the base. If it sticks it will work.