It is definitely not easy being a parent or a cook. There are times when you are asked to cook up a feast to feed hungry mouths of a whole community – well, that is just an exaggeration. Whenever you are given the responsibility of cooking for big occasions, the most important factor is usually the space which you can work with to cook the dishes. For this, it is important to consider the different types of gas stoves (assuming that you are using gas cook stove for cooking).
Traditionally, gas stoves are limited only to big, medium, and small sizes. The only purpose that these different types of stoves have in common is to cook food (or maybe boil water as well). However, the types of gas stoves have increased in number over the years and it seems that with improvements in engineering, design, and technology in general, this increase in the types of gas cook stove will not be stopping anytime soon.
Just to give you an idea, here are three basic types of gas cook stoves:
Standard Gas Stove
A standard stove holds true to its name: there is no fancywork, no extra compartment, just a good old gas cooking stove with probably four basic furnace spots where you can cook.
Gas Stove with Oven
This kind of gas cook stove is probably the most multipurpose of all types of gas ranges since aside from having the regular furnace spots, it also comes with a gas oven underneath where you can bake your own cake, chicken, and so on.
Junior Gas Stove
If you have seen stoves that stand considerably shorter than a standard gas stove, then that is in a junior gas range. Nothing special about this except for the smaller space it consumes. A typical junior gas cook stove would have at least two furnace spots. Some junior gas cook stoves are now made portable so you can take them to outdoor trips.
Noria A. has been in the kitchen since the era of wood cooking stove through the era of gas appliances. She is now becoming a big fan of modern kitchen with her growing collection of electrical appliances.
However, delicious meals are always cooked out of a gas cook stove.
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