The great advantage of à la carte modular cooking systems is that you can customize your cooktop to what suits you best.
Fortunately for those in the market for a new or upgraded cooking system, Wolf has introduced new transitional frames from sleek stainless for their modular cooktops. Continue reading “Modular Transitional Cooktops”
Many people like the experience of cooking and eating together. That’s why teppanyaki grills and fondue pots are popular. If you enjoyed my earlier post about social cooking featuring a table concept shown at IMM Cologne then this latest find will surely not be disappointing. Continue reading “Discalsa Silke Tech”
Cooking is a great way to entertain. Restaurants put special equipment in full view of patrons to bring flair to food preparation. The Japanese method of cooking on a solid plate is referred to as Teppanyaki-style grilling. Many Americans know this by the name hibachi.
While flat cooking surfaces have been offered for years on high-end ranges. New free-standing varieties bring the restaurant flair to your home.
Cook-N-Dine offers a various shaped cooking surfaces that can be built into any surface. If you do not have the space to install a cooktop one of their free-standing tables allows you to place your cooktop anywhere- indoors or out. As a safety feature the center surface bends to form a shallow pit when the unit is hot. The outer rim of the tables always stays cool.
Another indoor/outdoor option comes from Evo, Inc. They offer the Affinity Built-in cooking appliance in both a residential and professional models. Both styles feature selectable inner and outer cooking zones. Dual circular gas burners underneath ceramic coated steel work to produce temperatures up to 670°F.
If you don’t need a large cooking surface and want a bit more style the Tepan Grill Table from Troy Adams Design is an ideal choice. These tables use charcoal and gas. A downdraft system built into the table helps to keep smoke under control.