Plan to locate your freezer in the garage, outbuilding or utility room? If yes, then you need to keep in mind that not all freezers are designed to be kept in the garage, outbuilding, utility room or anywhere where the temperatures may drop too low.
The Roper Range is a great vintage stove and collectors’ piece. Models range from old wood-burning stoves from the 1870s to luxurious 1940s Town and Country models.
Waffles are a longstanding staple for breakfasts around the world. They’re also one of the oldest desserts in history and can be traced all the way back to Ancient Greece.
This combo unit from Midea is both a refrigerator and a freezer. The freezer compartment is the smaller of the two and is on top. The makers thoughtfully added several useful features to the design of this little unit. Compact as it is, it still offers some excellent storage space, even in the freezer.
The Danby Silhouette Select is a built-in “party center”. It is a refrigerator only and has no freezer compartment. It does, however, come with a built-in ice maker. Made to be compact, it holds 4.2 cubic feet inside its horizontal double doors.
Imagine light and fluffy waffles right at your fingertips, topped with strawberries, blueberries, and whipped cream—breakfast time is a pleasure rather than a chore.
Cooktops with range hoods have been around for as long as I can remember but it’s time they moved over because the 30” gas cooktop with downdraft has entered the chat, er, rather the market.
Who doesn’t love a good homemade waffle for breakfast in the morning? It is one of those foods that make any morning a tasty one. You can make just about any type of waffle you can dream up!
The EdgeStar IB120SS is an ice maker, just an ice maker. There is no refrigerator compartment included. However, it has a freezer section that will keep your drinks thoroughly cold. If you want to pop an ice-cold beer, the EdgeStar IB120SS will give you one.
Have you ever seen Sabbath mode on a stove and wondered what the purpose of the mode was? Recently, when I was looking for a new stove, I ran across a few models that had this mode, and the sales rep could not tell me what it did other than informing me that it was a mode intended for Jewish individuals to use on the Sabbath.