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Kitchens 2001: What’s Cookin’?

By on January 3, 2014

These days many people seem to have more money than they have time

What’s new in kitchen appliances? These days many people seem to have more money than they have time. Manufacturers are responding with new kitchen technology that saves time and cooks food that tastes good — with space-age bells and whistles, too.

There are combinations of magnetic induction, microwaves, convection heating and halogen light cooking – sometimes all in one unit. They cut cooking times from 25 percent to 75 percent. And, without sacrificing taste, they cook better. They cost a bit more but their efficiency saves both time and, in the long run, money.

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