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Dacor's cooking with gas

Dacor has added a gas range to its elegant Epicure line. The Epicure range has all the details you would expect from Dacor.

Dacor has built its Epicure line of kitchen appliance as a high-quality line with great attention to detail. Its new 30-inch gas range fits in with the style of the line. The range is available as both a freestanding model or for installation in an island design. Dacor included a whole list of bells and whistles with the range: its SimmerSear burners can deliver professional-level accuracy for cooking temperatures. Whether you're simmering, searing or sauteing, you can get your temperature just right. The burners are configured to allow you to prepare different foods at different BTUS at the same time--you can even use a variety of pot sizes with no problem. If you're worried about oversized pots, Dacor has added two 14-inch grates that create enough room for even the largest of pots on the cook top. It also makes moving around your pots and juggling a large meal much easier. For a 30-inch range, Dacor's new Epicure is amazingly spacious. The range has four different cooking modes: Convection Bake, Convection Broil, Bake, and Broil. It relies on Dacor's Three-Part Convection System to guarantee precise oven temperature control and heat distribution. The system also eliminates flavor transference. The new Dacor range will be available at the end of this month.

The Epicure 30-inch gas range Dacor