Accomodating for electric ovens

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The cooktop has a 20,000 BTU power burner, and all the burners go down to 300 BTU for simmering, plus it has dual convection in the oven.You get the same style, design, reliability, and service as with the other Wolf ranges in this guide.It won’t necessarily improve your cooking skills—that’s on you—but it will add power and versatility to your craft, and it will improve the look of your kitchen in the process.Whereas the average freestanding or slide-in range features four cooktop burners at a 30-inch width, pro-style ranges typically fit into 36- or 48-inch spaces and have at least six burners.Our research showed that most people designing a luxury kitchen want a 36-inch pro-style range with dual fuel—namely, a gas cooktop and an electric oven.The Wolf Dual Fuel Range (DF366) combines one of the most spacious ovens in the category with one of the most versatile cooktops; it has a 20,000 BTU power burner, the lowest simmer output we’ve seen (300 BTU), and more convection options than other ranges its size.

The Miele Dual Fuel Range (HR 1934 G) is another strong choice for 36-inch spaces, but its digital controls and cooktop look slightly less impressive compared with the Wolf Dual Fuel.Like the smaller version of this range, it has a 20,000 BTU power burner, a low output of 300 BTU on all the burners, a timeless style, and Wolf’s record of reliable customer service.For smaller kitchens, we recommend Wolf’s 30″ Dual Fuel Range (DF304).All this adds up to a cooking device that is comparable to ranges in most professional kitchens, offering slightly faster boil times, more responsive burners, more consistent oven temperatures, more space for pots and pans, and more options for grilling and griddling.These machines are for serious cooks and bakers with serious budgets. But as far as practical considerations go, that’s about it.

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