WOLF DUAL FUEL RANGE with The Conversational Chef
Crisp crusted pizza or perfectly done chocolate chips – this range defines delicious.
THE SECRET OF BAKESTONE PIZZA
If only you could get that stone oven pizzeria flavor in your own kitchen. Well now you can, with the help of Chef Coleman and the bake stone accessory for the Wolf dual fuel range. Watch as he and Wolf owner Missy whip up two of the most delicious pizzas you’ve ever seen.
DUAL-STACKED BURNERS LET YOU SEAR AND SIMMER LIKE A PRO
High Btus are easy. It’s the low end where most gas burners let you down. But the dual-stacked burners found on every Wolf dual fuel and gas range deliver at both the high and low end, as Chef Coleman demonstrates in “Absolute Control from Simmer to Sear.”
BEYOND BREAKFAST WITH THE RANGETOP GRIDDLE
Certainly, you can fix eggs and pancakes on the griddle of the Wolf dual fuel range. But how about lamb sliders and other dinner delicacies? Chef Coleman shows Wolf owners Holly and Carly how to use the griddle like it’s the most useful pan ever.
Chocolate Chip Nirvana
Three trays of perfectly browned chocolate chip cookies, baked in one easy batch. That’s just one of the culinary feats you can master with the dual convection system in Wolf dual fuel ranges, and our Chef Coleman shows you how it’s done.
Heat, airflow, exactitude
We believe that 375° should be 375° everywhere. Most ovens can't deliver; they have hot and cool spots that can make cooking or baking a hit-or-miss proposition. Wolf E series ovens and dual fuel ranges are dramatically different, with their advanced dual convection system. Two fans and multiple heating elements control heat and airflow more precisely than less sophisticated single-convection systems. More uniform heat throughout the oven and across all racks, and the efficiency of circulating air around the food, produce faster, more consistent, more predictably delicious results for your baking, roasting, and broiling.
Power plus finesse improves results
Look closely at the gas burners on a Wolf dual fuel range or gas range, rangetop or cooktop. They're called dual-stacked, sealed burners. See the two tiers of flame ports on each burner, one above the other? One delivers higher heat; the other comes on for lower heat settings. Turn it way up for high-Btu searing heat. Twist the knob the other way and you can instantly have the merest breath of flame for simmering without boiling and melting without scorching.
And the continuum of control you have in between– it's like nothing you've ever cooked with before.
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