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    • Ovens

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    • Air fryer

    • An air fryer is a kitchen appliance that cooks by circulating hot air around the food. A mechanical fan circulates the hot air around the food at high speed, cooking the food and producing a crispy layer via the Maillard effect. By circulating air up to 200 Celsius or 392 degrees fahrenheit this appliance fries foods l ... Read »


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    • Auto reignition

    • Auto reignition is a process used in gas burners to control ignition devices based on whether a burner flame is lit. This information can be used to stop an ignition device from sparking, which is no longer necessary after the flame is lit. It can also be used to start the sparking device again if the flame goes out wh ... Read »


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    • Bachelor griller

    • A bachelor griller, mini oven or mini kitchen is a countertop kitchen appliance about the size of a microwave oven but instead can grill, bake, broil or roast food. It generally incorporates one or two heating elements at the top and bottom of the appliance, has one or two hobs (American English: burners) on the cookto ... Read »


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    • Barbecue

    • Barbecue (informally barbeque, BBQ or barby/barbies) is both a cooking method and an apparatus. The generally accepted differences between barbecuing and grilling are cooking durations and the types of heat used. Grilling is generally done quickly over moderate-to-high direct heat that produces little smoke, while barb ... Read »


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    • Barbecue grill

    • A barbecue grill is a device that cooks food by applying heat from below. There are several varieties of grills, with most falling into one of two categories: gas-fueled or charcoal. There is debate over which method yields superior results. Grilling has existed in the Americas since pre-Colonial times. The Arawak ... Read »


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    • Big Green Egg

    • The Big Green Egg (or EGG) is the brand name of a kamado-style ceramic charcoal barbecue cooker. The Big Green Egg is commonly referred to as a kamado because of the origins of the basic design that lie in southern Japan. The word "mushikamado" means "steam cooker" (from "mushi" meaning "to steam", and "kamado" m ... Read »


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    • Brasero (heater)

    • A brasero is a heater commonly used in Spain. It is placed under a table covered with a cloth that extends to the floor to provide heat for people sitting at the table. This arrangement is similar to the Japanese kotatsu or Iranian korsi. Modern braseros are electric, but in the past they have been coal fired. The bra ... Read »


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    • Brazier

    • A brazier /ˈbreɪʒər/ is a container for hot coals, generally taking the form of an upright standing or hanging metal bowl or box. Used for burning solid fuel, usually charcoal, braziers principally provide heat, but may also be used for cooking and cultural rituals. Braziers have been recovered from many ea ... Read »


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    • Bread machine

    • A bread making machine or bread maker is a home appliance for baking bread. It consists of a bread pan (or "tin"), at the bottom of which are one or more built-in paddles, mounted in the center of a small special-purpose oven. This small oven is usually controlled by a simple built-in computer using settings input via ... Read »


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    • Broaster Company

    • Broaster Company is an American food equipment manufacturing company. Broaster Company is known for manufacturing pressure fryers, licensing Genuine Broaster Chicken and operating a branded food program, Broaster Express. The company is headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin and was founded in 1954 by inventor and business ... Read »


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    • Brown Bobby

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      A Brown Bobby is a triangular shaped doughnut. It is baked in a Brown Bobby machine, which resembles and is operated similarly to a waffle iron. These machines were created by the Food Display Machine Corporation in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., around the 1920s and possibly later. The Food Display Machine Corporation ... Read »


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    • Burjiko

    • A Burjiko (also Burjico, Burjik and Burjic) is a Somali-style cooker or charcoal burning stove. It is used to prepare a variety of foods. The burjiko is made from sepiolite mined from Somalia's central district of El Buur. The cooking instrument itself parallels in function those found in the Western world. Due t ... Read »


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    • Butane torch

    • A butane torch is a tool which creates an intensely hot flame using butane, a flammable gas. Consumer air butane torches are often claimed to develop flame temperatures up to approximately 1,430 °C (2,610 °F). This temperature is high enough to melt many common metals, such as aluminum and copper, and hot ... Read »


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    • Charbroiler

    • A charbroiler (also referred to as a chargrill, char-broiler or simply broiler) is a commonly used cooking device consisting of a series of grates or ribs that can be heated using a variety of means, and is used in both residential and commercial applications for a variety of cooking operations. The heat source is almo ... Read »


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    • Cheesemelter

    • A cheesemelter is a cooking device used primarily in commercial restaurant kitchens. Powered by direct flame or electricity, these long, toaster-like appliances allow cooks to put finishing touches on dishes, especially those topped with shredded cheese. It is closely related to the Salamander broiler though it offers ... Read »


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    • Chocolatera

    • Chocolatera is a type of metal pitcher used by Colombians for the preparation of hot chocolate drinks. It is used in combination with a molinillo paddle to froth the chocolate. ... Read »


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    • Coffee percolator

    • A coffee percolator is a type of pot used for complex brewing of coffee by continually cycling the boiling or nearly boiling brew through the grounds using gravity until the required strength is reached. Coffee percolators once enjoyed great popularity but were supplanted in the early 1970s by automatic drip coffee ma ... Read »


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    • Coffeemaker

    • Coffeemakers or coffee machines are cooking appliances used to brew coffee. While there are many different types of coffeemakers using a number of different brewing principles, in the most common devices, coffee grounds are placed in a paper or metal filter inside a funnel, which is set over a glass or ceramic coffee p ... Read »


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    • Comal (cookware)

    • A comal is a smooth, flat griddle typically used in Mexico and Central America to cook tortillas, toast spices, sear meat, and generally prepare food. Similar cookware is called a budare in South America. Some comals are concave and made of "barro" (clay). These are still made and used by the indigenous peoples of Mexi ... Read »


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    • Combi steamer

    • Combi steamers (also called combi-steamers, hot-air steamers, combination steam-convection ovens, or simply combi ovens) are cooking appliances typically used in professional catering or food service operations. Combi steamers can produce both dry (convection) and moist (steam) heat, and are capable of shifting between ... Read »


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    • Convection microwave

    • A convection microwave is a combination of a standard microwave oven and a convection oven which can heat the outside of food to higher temperatures than a conventional microwave. Food cooked in the convection microwave can be cooked quickly, as in an ordinary microwave oven, yet come out browned or crisped as in a co ... Read »


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    • Cooker

    • Cooker may refer to several types of cooking appliances and devices used for cooking foods. A gas stove A wood burning iron kitchen stove A pressure cooker An slow cooker with button controls and a digital timer ... Read »


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    • List of cooking appliances

    • This is a list of cooking appliances that are used for cooking foods. ... Read »


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    • Corn roaster

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      A corn roaster is a large grill for cooking large batches of ears of corn at the same time. The term "corn roaster" can also refer to a person who roasts corn. Corn roaster machines have existed in the United States since at least 1900. Corn roasters are used by concession vendors at festivals, fairs, events, parties a ... Read »


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    • Crepe maker

    • A crepe maker is a cooking device used to make crepes, galettes, pancakes, blinis or tortillas. It should not be mistaken for a regular pan or a crepe pan. Crepe makers were originally large cast-iron plates set over the fire to cook cereal-based batters. The machines have since evolved and the cast-iron plates we ... Read »


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    • Deep fryer

    • A deep fryer (also known as a frier, deep fat fryer or fryolator) is a kitchen appliance used for deep frying. While commonly used in commercial kitchens, household models are available and have become common. Modern fryers feature a basket to raise food clear of the oil when cooking is finished. Fryers often com ... Read »


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    • Electric cooker

    • An electric cooker is an electric powered cooking device for heating and cooking of food. An electric cooker often has four stoves and one or two ovens. There will be knobs to determine the temperature of the ovens and stoves. Unlike gas stoves that are powered by gas, it is powered by electricity. Usually they have fo ... Read »


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    • Field kitchen

    • A field kitchen is a mobile kitchen, mobile canteens or food truck used primarily by military services to provide warm food to the troops near the frontline or in temporary encampments. The first field kitchens were carried in four-wheeled wagons by military units on campaign throughout history. Indeed, this metho ... Read »


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    • Fire pot

    • A fire pot is a container, usually earthenware, for carrying fire. Fire pots have been used since prehistoric times to transport fire from one place to another, for warmth while on the move, for cooking, in religious ceremonies and even as weapons of war. Fire pots were vital to the development of civilization. On ... Read »


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    • Flattop grill

    • A flattop grill is a cooking appliance that resembles a griddle but performs differently because the heating element is circular rather than straight (side to side). This heating technology creates an extremely hot and even cooking surface, as heat spreads in a radial fashion over the surface. Flattop grills have been ... Read »


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    • Food steamer

    • A food steamer or steam cooker is a small kitchen appliance used to cook or prepare various foods with steam heat by means of holding the food in a sealed vessel that limits the escape of air or liquids below a preset pressure. This manner of cooking is called steaming. Food steamers have been used for centuries. ... Read »


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    • Footman (furniture)

    • The footman is a British term for a metal stand, usually of polished steel or brass, and either oblong or oval in shape, for keeping plates and dishes hot before a dining room fire. A footman was useful prior to the early 20th century, before hot water was easily obtained, and when open fires were common. Although it i ... Read »


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    • Fufu Machine

    • Fufu is a popular staple food in West and Central Africa made out of cassava, plantains or yams. The fine dough-like paste in its final form is achieved only after meticulous pounding of the ingredients, for at least 30 minutes, done with the use of the traditional pestle and mortar. Most African families seek the help ... Read »


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    • Haybox

    • A hay box, straw box, fireless cooker, insulation cooker, wonder oven or retained-heat cooker is a cooker that utilizes the heat of the food being cooked to complete the cooking process. Food items to be cooked are heated to boiling point, and then insulated. Over a period of time, the food items cook by the heat captu ... Read »


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    • Horno

    • Horno (/ˈɔːrnoʊ/ AWR-noh; Spanish: [ˈoɾno]) is a mud adobe-built outdoor oven used by Native Americans and early settlers of North America. Originally introduced to the Iberian Peninsula by the Moors, it was quickly adopted and carried to all Spanish-occupied lands. The horno has a beehive shape an ... Read »


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    • Hot box (appliance)

    • A hot box is an improvised appliance to heat up food, usually with at least two normal incandescent light bulbs as the heat source, that is frequently found in break rooms on construction sites. The enclosure can be made of wood, metal, or any available material that can enclose the heat. It's especially useful for hea ... Read »


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    • Hot plate

    • A hot plate is a portable self-contained tabletop small appliance that features one, two or more electric heating elements or gas burners. A hot plate can be used as a stand-alone appliance, but is often used as a substitute for one of the burners from an oven range or a kitchen stove. Hot plates are often used for foo ... Read »


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    • Induction cooking

    • Induction cooking heats a cooking vessel by magnetic induction, instead of by thermal conduction from a flame, or an electrical heating element. Because inductive heating directly heats the vessel, very rapid increases in temperature can be achieved. In an induction cooktop ("induction hob" or "induction stove"), a co ... Read »


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    • Kamado

    • A kamado (竈) is a traditional Japanese wood or charcoal fueled cook stove. The name kamado is, in fact, the Japanese word for “stove” or “cooking range”. Literally, it means “place for the cauldron”. A movable kamado called "mushikamado" came to the attention of Americans after the Se ... Read »


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    • Kettle

    • A kettle, sometimes called a tea kettle or teakettle is a type of pot, typically metal, specialized for boiling water, with a lid, spout and handle, or a small kitchen appliance of similar shape that functions in a self-contained manner. Kettles can be heated either by placing on a stove, or by their own internal elect ... Read »


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    • Kitchener range

    • The Kitchener Range (c. 1802) is a closed-top range patented by George Bodley, a Devon iron-founder. It had a cast-iron hotplate over the fire with removable boiling rings. An image is available at. The second image is more common that the final one, having an oven only to one side. The term Kitchener appears to be ap ... Read »


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    • Krampouz

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      Krampouz is a manufacturing company based in Brittany, France and developing a full range of made in France commercial and residential cooking equipment. Main product lines : crepe makers, waffle makers, panini grill, planchas,... Krampouz means Crêpe in breton. Shortly after manufacturing for a friend, a f ... Read »


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    • Kujiejun

    • Kujiejun "苦節君 kujiejun" (other spellings koojiejun/kojiejun) this is a type of bamboo stove and is also a special term for "chazao茶灶" tea stove. Popular during Song Dynasty, the bamboo windscreen stove frame would fit on top of a brazier. This is special name for a windscreen stove. This type ... Read »


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    • Kyoto box

    • The Kyoto Box is a solar cooker constructed from polypropylene with acryl glass cover. The oven would trap the suns rays, creating enough heat to cook or boil water. It was invented by Jon Bohmer, a Norwegian born inventor based in Kenya. It was marketed as part of the Kyoto Energy product range. Two cardboard box ... Read »


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    • Mess kit

    • A mess kit is a collection of silverware and cookware used during camping and backpacking, as well as extended military campaigns. There are many varieties of mess kits available to consumers, and militaries commonly provide and have historically provided them to their troops. A civilian mess kit, which may serve ... Read »


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    • Oven

    • An oven is a thermally insulated chamber used for the heating, baking or drying of a substance, and most commonly used for cooking. Kilns and furnaces are special-purpose ovens, used in pottery and metalworking, respectively. (Persian and Arabic فُرن،Turkish فِرین) The earliest ovens ... Read »


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    • Pancake machine

    • A pancake machine is an electrically-powered machine that automatically produces cooked pancakes. It is believed that the earliest known pancake machine was invented in the United States in 1928. Several types of pancake machines exist that perform in various manners, for both commercial and home use. Some are fully au ... Read »


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    • Pie iron

    • A pie iron, pudgy pie iron, sandwich toaster, jaffle iron, or Toastie iron, is a cooking appliance that consists of two hinged concave, round or square, metal plates on long handles. The appliance is used to heat, toast and seal a sandwich of two slices of bread and a filling. The most common type in most countrie ... Read »


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    • Popcorn maker

    • A popcorn maker (also called a popcorn popper) is a machine used to pop popcorn. Since ancient times, popcorn has been a popular snack food, produced through the explosive expansion of kernels of heated corn (maize). Commercial large scale popcorn machines were invented by Charles Cretors in the late 19th century. Many ... Read »


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    • Pressure cooking

    • Pressure cooking is the process of cooking food, using water or other cooking liquid, in a sealed vessel, known as a pressure cooker. As pressure cooking cooks food faster than conventional cooking methods, it saves energy. Pressure is created by boiling a liquid, such as water or broth, inside the closed pressure cook ... Read »


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    • Pressure frying

    • In cooking, pressure frying is a variation on pressure cooking where meat and cooking oil are brought to high temperatures while pressure is held high enough to cook the food more quickly. This leaves the meat very hot and juicy. A receptacle used in pressure frying is known as a pressure fryer. The process is most no ... Read »


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    • Remoska

    • A Remoska is an electric mini-oven with the cooking element housed in the lid. It consists of a Teflon lined pan and a stand in addition to the lid mounted heating element. It originated in the Czechoslovakia. The Remoska has no graded heat control and it cooks in a similar manner to an oven and is stated to be very ec ... Read »


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    • Rice cooker

    • A rice cooker or rice steamer is an automated kitchen appliance designed to boil or steam rice. It consists of a heat source, a cooking bowl, and a thermostat. The thermostat measures the temperature of the cooking bowl and controls the heat. Complex rice cookers may have many more sensors and other components, and may ... Read »


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    • Rice polisher

    • A rice polisher is a machine for buffing (or "polishing") kernels of rice to change their appearance, taste, and texture. Rice polishers are abrasive machines that use talc or some other very fine dust to buff the outer surface of rice kernels. In Japanese farming communities there is often a shared rice polishing mac ... Read »


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    • Roasting jack

    • A roasting jack is a machine which rotates meat roasting on a spit. It can also be called a spit jack, a spit engine or a turnspit, although this name can also refer to a human turning the spit, or a turnspit dog. Cooking meat on a spit dates back at least to the 1st century BC, but at first spits were turned by human ... Read »


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    • Rocket mass heater

    • A rocket stove mass heater or rocket mass heater, is a space heating system developed from the rocket stove, a type of efficient wood-burning stove, and the masonry heater. Its fundamental characteristics are an insulated combustion chamber where fuel (generally wood) is burned with high efficiency at extremely high te ... Read »


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    • Rollie Eggmaster

    • Rollie Eggmaster is a kitchen appliance manufactured by Florida-based company Kalorik. It is described as a "vertical grill" that cooks eggs into a sausage-shaped omelette. The appliance creates tube-shaped cooked eggs. The user of the appliance adds a mixture of two eggs into its cylindrical cooking tube and a cylin ... Read »


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    • Rotisserie

    • Rotisserie is a style of roasting where meat is skewered on a spit – a long solid rod used to hold food while it is being cooked over a fire in a fireplace or over a campfire, or roasted in an oven. This method is generally used for cooking large joints of meat or entire animals, such as pigs or turkeys. The rotat ... Read »


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    • Sabbath mode

    • Sabbath mode, also known as Shabbos mode (Ashkenazi pronunciation) or Shabbat mode, is a feature in many modern home appliances, including ovens and refrigerators, which is intended to allow the appliances to be used (subject to various constraints) by Shabbat-observant Jews on the Shabbat and Jewish holidays. The mode ... Read »


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    • Salamander broiler

    • Grilling is a form of cooking that involves dry heat applied to the surface of food, commonly from above or below. Grilling usually involves a significant amount of direct, radiant heat, and tends to be used for cooking meat quickly. Food to be grilled is cooked on a grill (an open wire grid such as a gridiron with a h ... Read »


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    • Samovar

    • A samovar (Russian: самовар, IPA: [səmɐˈvar]; literally "self-boiler", Azerbaijani: samovar, Turkish: semaver) is a heated metal container traditionally used to heat and boil water in and around Russia as well as in other countries: Central Europe, South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, ... Read »


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    • Shichirin

    • The shichirin ( pronunciation of "shichirin"; Japanese: 七輪, literally "seven wheels") is a small charcoal grill. The shichirin is a lightweight, compact, and easy-to-move cooking stove. Charcoal is chiefly used for the fuel of shichirin. It has had prototypes since ancient times, and it is said that s ... Read »


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    • Siru

    • Siru

      Siru (시루) is an earthenware steamer used to steam grain or grain flour dishes such as tteok (rice cakes). A Bronze Age siru ... Read »


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    • Slow cooker

    • A slow cooker, also known as a Crock-Pot (a trademark sometimes used generically in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States), is a countertop electrical cooking appliance used to simmer at a lower temperature than other cooking methods, such as baking, boiling, and frying). This facili ... Read »


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    • Solar cooker

    • A solar cooker is a device which uses the energy of direct sunlight to heat, cook or pasteurise drink. Many solar cookers currently in use are relatively inexpensive, low-tech devices, although some are as powerful or as expensive as traditional stoves, and advanced, large-scale solar cookers can cook for hundreds of p ... Read »


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    • SolSource

    • SolSource is the brand name of a high temperature parabolic solar cooker made by One Earth Designs. SolSource is fully powered by solar energy and is a fuel-free alternative to cooking with charcoal, gas, or wood. SolSource heats up in seconds and can cook a meal in 10 minutes in direct sunlight. SolSource is a powerfu ... Read »


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    • Soy milk maker

    • A soy milk maker is a small kitchen appliance which automatically cooks soy milk, a non-dairy beverage made from soy beans. Soy milk makers work similarly to a combination between a home blender and an automatic coffee maker. Some soy milk makers can also be programmed to make almond milk, rice milk and other vegetable ... Read »


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    • Stove

    • A stove is an enclosed space in which fuel is burned to provide heating, either to heat the space in which the stove is situated, or to heat the stove itself and items placed on it. This article is principally concerned with enclosed stoves burning solid fuels for room heating. A kitchen stove is used to cook food. A w ... Read »


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    • Susceptor

    • A susceptor is a material used for its ability to absorb electromagnetic energy and convert it to heat (which is sometimes designed to be re-emitted as infrared thermal radiation). This energy is typically radiofrequency or microwave radiation used in industrial heating processes, and also occasionally in microwave coo ... Read »


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    • Tandoor

    • The term tandoor /tɑːnˈdʊər/ refers to a variety of ovens, the most commonly known is a cylindrical clay or metal oven used in cooking and baking. The tandoor is used for cooking in Southern, Central and Western Asia, as well as in the Caucasus. The heat for a tandoor was traditionally generated by a ch ... Read »


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    • Tangia

    • Tangia is an urn-shaped terra cotta cooking vessel. It is also the name of the stew cooked in the pot. It is common in Marrakech, Morocco. ... Read »


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    • Thermal immersion circulator

    • A thermal immersion circulator is an electrically powered device that circulates and heats a warm fluid kept at an accurate and stable temperature. It is used in process, environmental, microbiological, hazardous waste, and other laboratories. Since the late twentieth century, they have also been used for sous-vide foo ... Read »


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    • Thermomix

    • Thermomix

      The Thermomix is a kitchen appliance made by the Corporate Group Vorwerk. The word “Thermomix” comes from the combination of “thermo” (heating) and “mix” (mixing). The current Thermomix provides three basic functions: A heating element, a motor for fast or slow blending and stirring, and ... Read »


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    • Toaster

    • A toaster, or a toast maker, is an electric small appliance designed to brown sliced bread by exposing it to radiant heat, thus converting it into toast. Toasters can toast multiple types of sliced bread products. Invented in Scotland in 1893, it was developed over the years, with the introduction of an automatic mecha ... Read »


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    • Trojan Room coffee pot

    • The Trojan Room coffee pot was a coffee machine located next to the so-called Trojan Room, in the old Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, England, which in 1991 provided the inspiration for the world's first webcam. To save people working in the building the disappointment of finding the coffee machine ... Read »


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    • Turkey fryer

    • A turkey fryer is an apparatus for deep-frying a turkey. Fried turkey has been a longtime favorite in the Southern United States, and has recently become popular in other parts of the country because of the reduced time needed to cook a turkey in a deep fryer, versus other conventional methods such as an oven or a roti ... Read »


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    • Vacuum fryer

    • A vacuum fryer is a deep-frying device housed inside a vacuum chamber. It was originally developed for potato chip production. Vacuum fryers are fit to process low-quality potatoes that contain higher sugar levels than normal, as they frequently have to be processed in spring and early summer before the potatoes from ... Read »


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    • Waffle iron

    • A waffle iron is a utensil or appliance used to cook waffles. It usually consists of two hinged metal plates, molded to create the honeycomb pattern found on waffles. The iron is heated and either batter is poured or dough is placed between the plates, which are then closed to bake the waffle. Traditional waffle i ... Read »


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    • Wet grinder

    • A wet grinder can refer to either a tool for abrasive cutting of hard materials, or a food preparation appliance used especially in Indian cuisine for grinding food grains to produce a paste or batter. A wet grinder for abrasive cutting uses fluid for lubrication or cooling, whereas one for food preparation uses water ... Read »


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    • Wet grinder (food)

    • A Wet grinder is a food preparation appliance used especially in Indian cuisine for grinding food grains to produce a paste or batter. Wet grinding is rare in western cuisine but common in Indian cuisine. Wet grinders are used to make pastes from grains and lentils and is used extensively in South Indian cuisine for pr ... Read »


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    • Whistling kettle

    • A whistling kettle, or tea kettle is a kettle fitted with a device that emits an audible whistle when the water in the kettle starts to boil. The action of steam passing through the device causes vibration, in turn creating the sound, known in physics as a hole tone. The exact mechanism by which this occurs was not fu ... Read »


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