|By PR Newswire||
|March 20, 2014 02:05 PM EDT||
READING, Pa., March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BlueStar®, recognized for restaurant-quality, customizable cooking equipment, is raising the standard once again for ultra-premium kitchens with the introduction of the first-ever BlueStar® Electric Wall Oven, bringing its iconic brand of true professional performance to electric cooking.
READING, Pa., March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BlueStar®, recognized for restaurant-quality, customizable cooking equipment, is raising the standard once again for ultra-premium kitchens with the introduction of the first-ever BlueStar® Electric Wall Oven, bringing its iconic brand of true professional performance to electric cooking."BlueStar recognized a need for a true professional option in residential electric ovens, and our new oven is the closest you can get to a professional experience in electric cooking," says BlueStar President Michael Trapp. "BlueStar is known for true high-performance cooking equipment, so the evolution to a top-tier BlueStar electric oven was a natural one. Our engineers have paid meticulous attention to every element of the new design from both a function and aesthetic standpoint."
Innovative features of the new electric wall oven include a built-in, temperature-controlled artisan baking stone, and the eco-friendly Continu Clean™ technology which permits oven cleaning without chemicals or extreme temperatures. The unit also features professional-grade heating elements, 12 individual cooking modes, a precise convection cooking system and an integrated temperature probe. Like all BlueStar products, the electric wall oven offers unmatched capacity and near limitless customization features such as the choice of 750+ colors and finishes.
"These top-of-the-line wall ovens supply home chefs with 'more-is-more' convenience – interiors are large; temperatures are more precisely controlled and 12 cooking modes provide everything from pizza-baking to convection bake functions," says Trapp.
Professional Performance with Unmatched Capacity
Like all BlueStar® cooking products, the new wall oven offers unsurpassed power and performance, making this oven the perfect addition to any chef's home kitchen. The powerful 2,500 watt bake element and the intense 5,000 watt Infrared broiler provide restaurant-quality results every time. The 800 watt heat assist element in the back of the cavity means faster preheating and less time waiting. A precision temperature probe offers the ideal way to obtain the perfect temperature for any meat.
BlueStar's 12 different cooking modes including Bake, Convection Bake, Roast, Convection Roast, Broil, StoneBake™, Proof and Sabbath provide numerous cooking options for unmatched versatility. The optional convection fan can be used in most modes to provide optimal heat circulation and faster results.
The professional-quality, integrated artisan baking stone is equipped with a precise temperature probe to help create perfectly crisp breads and pizzas. The stone mimics the conditions in brick ovens by absorbing heat from the oven to bake bread – and practically anything else – directly on top of the heat source. The built-in temperature probe on the baking stone helps insure perfect results every time.
The exclusive, eco-friendly Continu Clean™ helps keep the oven cleaner without extreme temperatures or harsh cleaning chemicals. Continu Clean™ works every time the oven is on, saving the hassle of a dedicated cleaning cycle. Or, if preferred, the available Self Clean mode can be used so that the oven is cleaned automatically by a special high-temperature setting.
The BlueStar® Electric Wall Oven offers unmatched capacity for the home chef. The extra-large cooking cavity is perfect for roasting, baking and broiling for a crowd. The professional grade, extra large oven can accommodate a full-size 18" x 26" commercial-size baking sheet.
Unparalleled Customization with an Intuitive Design
Like all BlueStar products, the BlueStar electric wall oven can be tailored to suit any individual style or cooking preference. The ovens are available in either French doors or drop down doors, are stackable for double oven configuration or can be installed side-by-side. Customize any BlueStar® Electric Wall Oven with over 750 color and finishes. Even the knobs are available in 190 colors, and both knobs and trims are offered in designer metals.
Constructed of superior-quality, commercial-grade stainless steel, BlueStar® electric wall oven is designed to withstand the rigors of the busiest home kitchens. Features like the five-position rack guide, including (1) full extension slide rack and powerful dual halogen lights make pulling together delicious meals that much easier.
Since 1880, Prizer-Painter Stoveworks, the manufacturer and owner of BlueStar®, has built top-quality cooking equipment for the home chef at its factories in Reading, PA. Each BlueStar® product is handcrafted by skilled American workers, continuing a 133 year heritage of American craftsmanship. For more information, visit www.bluestarcooking.com.
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