What's Cooking in Your Six in One Oven

Our Guest Blogger, Ian Palmer, is a full-time freelance writer with
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Based in Toronto, Ontario, Ian wanted to share with InvestorSpot.com readers some of the coolest appliances around.

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If you've ever wanted the sort of oven that could expertly roast lamb chops, broil chicken and bake cake—all while keeping their unique flavors from merging–you are now in luck.

The Renaissance Wall Oven, which functions like six individual ovens, is actually an innovative take on the trusty wall oven. Available courtesy of California-based luxury kitchen appliance maker Dacor, this six-in-one oven will allow you to don your chef hat, put on your apron and pull out your favorite recipe book as you take advantage of cooking options that include Broil, Convection Roast, Bake, Convection Bake, Convection Broil and Pure Convection.

Dacor insists says that the special filter included in the Renaissance Wall Oven, which comes in various widths and which features a stylish electronic control panel, will keep flavors from one food item in the oven from affixing itself to other food items inside the oven. So if you're cooking lamb, chicken and cake, you won't end up, say, with chocolate cake that end up tasting like its been in a delicatessen. The oven also features Dacor’s Pure Convection technology to ensure uniform temperatures throughout.

Armed with the Renaissance Wall Oven, you'll find that preparing anything you can fit in the unit is, well, a piece of cake.

Source: Dacor

Ian Palmer
Guest Blogger