If you're looking for a larger, smarter oven and don't need fancy meal kits, I'd recommend the June Intelligent Oven.
This range is a solid choice if the appearance of your appliance is important in your buying decisions. But there are plenty of gas ranges that provide similar features at a better value.
The Electrolux EW30IS80RS's fast cook times and useful add-ons make this range a worthwhile investment.
This LG range handles basic cooking tasks with ease, which makes it a strong contender for a place in your kitchen. Just don't rely on all of its speedy, specialized cooking modes to make you a better home cook.
WLabs offered this oven in a limited release, and that makes sense because it doesn't feel quite ready for retail. Still, the design is great and there are handy features like Live Look-in and a good Whirlpool app.
Skip the LG LDG4315ST and its ineffective upgrades. Consider a simple gas model like the Kenmore 74343 or KitchenAid KGRS306BSS.
If induction cooking, sturdy and attractive stainless steel construction, not to mention almost having two ovens in one is high on your wish list, the compact Samsung Slide-In Induction Chef Collection Range will satisfy. Otherwise you're better off with a less exorbitant induction or gas range.
With the KDRS407, KitchenAid maintains its reputation for making beautiful ranges that cook food well. Consider this range when looking at dual-fuel models.
Get this gas KitchenAid range for its uncomplicated oven interface and regularly above-average performance results.
The Samsung NE59J7630SB has a few kinks, but the overall performance and the $949 price make this range a good pick for the home cook.
The oven uses electromagnetic waves along with traditional radiant heat to cook your food.
$800 is a lot to pay for a non-convection oven. There's better value to be found if you shop around.
The new Weber SmokeFire smart pellet smoker is built to take on Traeger.
While we love the idea of greater connectivity with our kitchen appliances, this LG oven doesn't deliver enough in cooking prowess or connectivity to merit a strong recommendation.
Dacor's recently introduced induction range uses a magnetic field to save energy and cook your food faster than ever.
LG's LSRG309ST leads in terms of accoutrements like extra racks, a broiler pan and a cast iron griddle, but you can find cheaper ranges with comparable -- or better -- looks, cooking modes and performance results.
GE infuses its new induction ranges with a dash of gourmet sous vide ability.
You use the appliance manufacturer's app to scan the bar code on your favorite frozen food.