Archive for the ‘Ovens’ Category

Westinghouse launches new 90cm freestanding oven

November 20th, 2012 by

Nothing says the silly season like cooking up a feast at home. But with all of the juggling of wire racks and shuffling around of dishes in the oven, it can be hard to get everything cooked correctly and on time. Westinghouse has launched a new 90cm Freestanding Cooker just in time for Christmas, and it's guaranteed to help households with all of their entertaining plans. With a ... Read more

Designing modern and classic kitchens with Falcon ovens

October 16th, 2012 by

Kitchens aren’t solely food storage and preparation zones - they're also spaces in our homes where we socialise and entertain family and friends.  Thus, it's important for our kitchens to have some personality, so they can be attractive as well as functional. Some of us prefer to give our kitchens an ultra-modern look, with stainless steel appliances covered in electronic controls, though others may find this all a bit cold and soulless. Some of us prefer ... Read more

Left-handed appliances for your home

June 14th, 2012 by

We're going to talk about appliances for Lefties.  By "Lefties", I'm not talking about anyone's political leanings, but rather something far more sinister... Left-handed people. Geddit? "Sinister"?  Latin for "left"? *crickets chirp* Ahem. Studies show that as human beings tend to be naturally co-operative creatures (outside of politics), most of us use our right hands in an unconscious effort to fit in and support our fellow homo sapiens.  It is ... Read more

Cooking with kids

June 7th, 2012 by

There’s been a lot of debate in the news recently about childcare and government’s role in supporting it.  While it's a complex issue, there’s one point that everyone can agree on - kids can be a real handful, and require a great deal of attention and care. One method some stay at home mums (and dads!) use to look after their kids and manage their housework at ... Read more

Experiencing ILVE’s innovations

May 31st, 2012 by

We can now confidently say that ILVE’s range of prestige appliances are great for entertaining, having sampled their delicious results firsthand and learned all about their innovative special features, such as induction teppanyaki and 2-minute pizza. To celebrate ILVE’s appliances becoming available on Appliances Online for the first time, a group of Appliances Online staff were fortunate enough to visit the ILVE showroom and head office in ... Read more

New oven can ‘talk’ via SMS and web

May 29th, 2012 by

A UK company has developed an oven in conjunction with the nation's biggest telco, Orange, to create an appliance people can 'talk' to via text messages. The AGA iTotal Control oven uses a SIM card so that its users can control the oven's actions remotely. Say, for example, sending a text for the oven to start pre-heating while one drives home from work. Simple commands such as "baking ... Read more

V-Zug takes centre stage at designEx

May 15th, 2012 by

If the way into a person's heart is through their stomach then V-Zug is doing a swell job of enamouring Australians at this year's designEx in Sydney. Positioned squarely in the middle of the design show is a fully functional kitchen feeding bystanders with ridiculously delicious canapes: port infused figs wrapped in prawn and prosciutto, medium-rare scallops on filo pastries with home-made aioli, and that's just for starters. The premium Swiss appliance brand ... Read more

Emilia gas oven giveaway!

April 10th, 2012 by

Appliances Online has teamed up with classy Italian appliance maker, Emila, to give away an Emilia gas oven. Entering the competition is as easy as cooking with gas. The Facebook entry asks what you would cook with such a snazzy oven and hey presto, you're in to win. The 60-centimetre Gas Fan Oven (EMF61MVI) is a little beauty, too. Made in Italy, this oven usually retails for $1,299, although ... Read more

Advantages of gas ovens, explained by the experts

March 21st, 2012 by

Switching from an electric oven to gas is a bold move, but one that you won't regret, says David Gilmore from Emilia Glem, the biggest selling cooker brand in Italy. Gilmore deals here in Australia with both electric and gas ovens and he breaks the differences between them into costs, the environment and cooking results. The cost of gas ovens Perhaps one of the most convincing arguments for buying ... Read more

Perfect beef wellington in a gas oven: Emilia Glem cooks us dinner

February 29th, 2012 by

Last Tuesday the team from Appliances Online and Winning Appliances enjoyed an exclusive evening with Emilia Glem, who were showcasing their new range of inbuilt gas ovens. Held at Victor Churchill Butchery in Woollahra, the lucky guests were treated to a live cooking demonstration. On the menu was beef wellington, cooked to perfection in a state-of-the-art Glem gas oven.   [caption id="attachment_7673" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Our General Manager Peter ... Read more

Samsung smart oven cooks, cleans and counts your calories

February 24th, 2012 by

The Samsung Zipel smart oven uses a smartphone app and WiFi connectivity to order the oven to cook. Using the app the oven can be remotely programmed to cook 160 different dishes and then clean itself. It will even tell you the calorific content of the meal you have (virtually) prepared, and it's weight. [caption id="attachment_7114" align="alignright" width="210" caption="The 'appy oven"][/caption] This website understands that because the oven uses ... Read more

Kitchen appliances used to sell homes

February 13th, 2012 by

A Smeg oven and Caessarstone kitchen benches have been highlighted as key selling points for Rob Jahrling's (Sydney Olympics 2000 Men's eights rowing Silver medalist) $1.3 million property at Balgowlah, Sydney. A kitchen and it's appliances may not make or break a sale, but they are definitely a "tick in the right box", according to Sue O'Brien from Raine and Horne Manly. O'Brien, who is managing the the Balgowlah sale, told Appliances Online that the latest ... Read more

Three new hot ovens on offer at Appliances Online

January 19th, 2012 by

Appliances Online has this week introduced three new ovens from different suppliers offering consumers a choice between a freestanding, wall, or a pyrolytic and induction cooktop combination. Varying from 60 litres to 80 litres and with a wide range of unique functions (such as an automatic spillage stop!), if you're in the market for a new oven you'll want to read on. Beginning in alphabetical order is ... Read more