Got enough iron in your kitchen?

BlueStar's cooking ranges will be featured on season two of The Next Iron Chef.

A whole lotta range. BlueStar Cooking

Want to give your cooking some street cred? Spice up your kitchen with the 48-inch Residential Nova Burner (RNB) stove from BlueStar Cooking Equipment. Available in red (and 190 other colors) BlueStar's 22,000 BTUs of cooking power is the highest powered open burner on the residential market.

Not enough to impress your crew? Maybe they'll reconsider when they hear it's being used on season two of The Next Iron Chef, starting this Sunday on the Food Network.

For lighter cooking, the home chef will appreciate the 130-degree simmer burner, perfect for ensuring your delicate sauces don't burn and your soups cook evenly. The oversize capacity oven lets you cook turkey for the masses at holiday time. And if 48 inches of range is too hot for your kitchen to handle, you could choose a 24-, 30-, or 36-inch model. Or, if you believe that bigger is better, go all out with the 60-inch range.

BlueStar ranges are handcrafted in my hometown, Reading, PA, so you know they're cool. Or hot.

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