Gourmet cooks come in all forms. Some envision whipping up tasty concoctions in a hurry, while others aspire to turn out bake-shop-worthy treats that take time and patience. Still others need to produce a nightly small feast that utilizes many different features of their range. Different home chefs define their ideal range based on their specific needs. Below are a few recommendations from our experts.
For The Budding Home Cook
Wolf’s 30-inch induction range proves that limited space doesn’t have to mean limited performance. Its compact size works well in smaller spaces and urban settings, making it a popular choice for young professionals. An induction cooktop offers fast speed, anticipating high heat on-demand (maintaining the most delicate of lows is no problem, either). A four-zone induction power-boost achieves faster boils and sears. In short, this range makes tantalizing meals in less time.
For the Baker
Mastering the art of sourdough? Are baked confections a specialty? Wolf’s 36-inch dual-fuel range delivers what every baker wants: predictable results. By controlling heat and airflow, the dual convection creates just the right baking environment. To maximize oven performance and ensure consistency, Wolf’s team of professional chefs developed its ten cooking modes: Bake, Broil, Convection, Convection Roast, Dehydrate, Gourmet, Proof, Roast, Stone, and Warm.
For the (Family) Chef
Wolf’s 48-inch gas range caters to the prolific cook. It combines a large-capacity gas convection oven with an additional 18-inch oven, so there is plenty of room to accommodate multiple dishes at once. In addition to the four gas burners atop, it offers a griddle for Saturday morning pancakes and a charbroiler for date-night-at-home steaks. Built for endurance, this range offers a professional-level culinary experience at home.
Let our experts help you find the range ideally suited to your culinary style.