Northshore Home

Fall 2015

Northshore Home magazine highlights the best in architectural design, new construction and renovations, interiors, and landscape design.

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160 FALL 2015 APPLIANCE AFICIONADOS KEEP CURRENT WITH CUTTING-EDGE ACCOUTREMENTS FOR THE KITCHEN. By Charlotte Roth T HE APPLIANCE INDUSTRY CHANGES RAPIDLY, WITH constant updates, improvements, and innova- tions to make the consumer's life simpler. Despite the fast-paced nature of the business, Woburn's Boston Appliance has topped its game for years, bring- ing cutting-edge products and new technologies to the greater Boston area since 1950. President Christian PHOTOGRAPH BY DARREN PELLEGRI NO Clockwise from top, wine refrigeration system, drawer- style microwave, Christian Jason smart house Jason and the showroom's knowledgeable staff know exactly how to help cooking pros and technology buffs bring their kitchens to the next level. Appliances that streamline the cooking experience are more advanced than ever. "Wall ovens especially have advanced very quickly this year," Jason explains. "We have new WiFi-enabled ovens with iPad and tab- let interfaces. The tablet can be used as a control panel for the oven—being able to read your recipes and control your oven from one device really streamlines meal prep." Jason recommends the Dacor Discovery IQ Wall Oven for those interested in connecting their oven with to WiFi-operated devices. Convection steam ovens by Subzero-Wolf also top the list, offering chefs a choice between convection only, steam only, or a combination of the two. The oven promises faster results and even allows food to retain natural vitamins that may be lost during other

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