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Daniel Boulud signs on with Samsung

Tim Baxter takes the stage

​Boo-Keun Yoon brings Boulud into the fold

Samsung's premium washers, dryers and fridges

Meet the new Samsung chefs

Cooks with gas and style

Lots of room to bake

Five burners to choose from

Use the touchscreen

Burner controls on the left

Burner controls on the right

Daniel Boulud officialy joins Samsung's home appliance marketing efforts.

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Tim Baxter, president of Samsung Electronics America talking up Samsung's new home appliances in New York.

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Boo-Keun Yoon, President and CEO of Samsung's home appliances division spoke at the company's June 2014 event in New York.

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Samsung touts its line up of pricey washers, dryers, and refridgerators.

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Say hello to the  Samsung Chef De Club chefs; Christopher Kostow of The Meadowhead in Napa Valley, Calif.; Eric Trochon of Semilla in Paris; and Michel Troisgros of Maison Troisgros in Roanne, France. Recent additions include Eric Frechon of the restaurant Épicure at the Hôtel Le Bristol in Paris, Davide Oldani, the owner and chef of the restaurant D.O. in Milan, and of course Daniel Boulud, of New York's Daniel and Bar Boulud.

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Samsung's new Chef Collection Slide In Gas range looks stylish yet has plenty for demanding home cooks.

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Inside the new Chef Collection gas stove is an oven with lots of room to work with.

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The cooktop offers five gas burners to use, four standard and one oval burner to heat the cast-iron grill pan. One of the four burners provides 18,000 BTU of heating energy.

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On the front is a touchscreen display to control oven functions.

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One the left of the stove face are three knobs to control two burners and the heating pan.

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The right side of the stove houses three more controls for the gas burners.

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