Stylish Dacor range offers more than just good looks

The Dacor Distinctive 30-inch Dual-Fuel Range allows for precision cooking with a variety of cooking modes.

Good looks for cooks. Dacor

Distinctive appliances in the kitchen lend a stylish appeal to the entire house. However, it is not only the amount of time we spend in and about our kitchens that make them a reflection of the whole home. "You are what you eat," they say, and by extension it could be said that how you prepare your meals shows who you are. (At least when it comes to personal style.)

Distinctive in name as well as in description, Dacor offers a brand-new entry into its lineup. The Dacor Distinctive 30-inch Dual-Fuel Range fits nicely into the Millennia line, offering a sleek stainless-steel kitchen centerpiece sure to make an impression.

More than just a pretty face, the new range is packed with features. With six different cooking modes--Convection Bake, Convection Broil, Convection Roast, Pure Convection, Bake, and Broil--the range offers the versatility to take full control over your cooking. Up top, four burners provide three different heat levels ranging from 9,500 BTU to 18.500 BTU, and the continuous platform grates make it an ease to dance pots and pans about the stovetop.

With Dacor's distinctive (there's that word again) flame-blue Illumina indicator lighting, and modern 10-key control panel, the dual fuel range offers versatility and performance in a stylish package that would look great in any modern kitchen. Even if you don't intend to make a fashion statement, the kitchen always welcomes a quality means to cook.

About the author

    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.

     

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