Induction cooktops have been around for some time now, but they really grew in popularity in the mid-2000's. Several brands offer many different models of induction ranges and induction cooktops. What is induction, you ask? Induction ranges look a lot like glass-top electric ranges, however, they transfer heat through electromagnetism into conductive cookware with virtually no trace of heat on the induction element itself. Because of this cooking technology, it is one of the fastest cooking methods. Since, induction heats up only the pan and the food in it, the area around the pan stays cooler to the touch, allowing you to clean up sills and splatters while you cook. No need to wait for the stove to cool down and for food particles to get hard or crusty.
French door refrigerators have been on trend for years, but now, it seems like you may be in luck if you still have your side-by-side fridge! Builders have reported growing demand for the traditional side-by-side look.
Cafe's new Modern Glass Collection adds a contemporary and minimalist design to their catalog. Glass is layered on top of stainless steel to give it a distinct appeal, allowing consumers to match their style and taste perfectly. The appliances reflect light in smooth ways, complementing all different color palettes.
At Plessers, we are always looking for the most ground breaking and innovative products for our customers. With the new Cafe UVH13012MSS, the GE Kitchen Hub is a new piece in the movement towards refining microwaving forever. This 27-inch touchscreen microwave could be exactly what you're looking for to revitalize your kitchen. The GE Kitchen… Continue reading Cafe Touchscreen Microwave