Latest Gas stove Stories

2012-09-03 23:01:35

Editors from 10Rate highlight gas ranges that bring new life to cooking on the stove-top Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 03, 2012 Expert 10rate editors have chosen the Best Gas Range picks for this year in their latest Top 10 list in the large appliance arena. The best gas ranges include burners with a varying range of BTUs for different cooking styles. Another important quality is adequate oven capacities for holding multiple dishes. They've chosen their favorites based on the following...

2009-11-04 08:00:00

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., Nov. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- LG Electronics has expanded its kitchen portfolio with its first line of gas cooktops for the U.S. market. LG's 30- and 36-inch gas cooktops, which blend high-performance with innovative design, are available at retailers nationwide - just in time for the holiday entertaining season. The new LG cooktops provide consumers with the utmost in flexibility and cooking options. And, with a stainless steel, professional-looking design and blue LED...

2008-07-07 15:00:38

Bertazzoni, the leading Italian manufacturer of precision-engineered cooking systems, announced today it is expanding its product line with the addition of the company's first self-cleaning 36-inch Dual Fuel range. The Dual Fuel range offers the versatility of an electric oven and a gas range with optional natural or LP gas installation. Additional features include five- or six-burners and the option to choose from either a stainless steel or vibrantly colored version available in...

Latest Gas stove Reference Libraries

2010-09-24 16:20:41

A gas stove is a cooking device which uses natural gas, propane, butane, Liquefied petroleum gas or other flammable gas as a fuel source. Since the gas pipe network was slow to develop, the success of the gas stove on a commercial level took some time to happen. Gas stoves were invented as early as the 1820's as isolated experiments but it was not until the 1880's that manufactured stoves were sold commercially. The first stoves were large and bulky, but over time they were reduced to fit...

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