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The humble oven hasn’t always looked how it does now. What we now easily recognise as a compact domestic oven used to be much larger and more dangerous to use. First officially recorded in France in 1490. This brick and mortar affair used wood as its fuel and set the scene for the 500 years of development in oven technology that would be to come. While humans – and even maybe animals – have been trying to heat food for centuries, this 15th century French oven is the starting point for the technological advancement in wholesale kitchen equipment such as the gas flat top with below ovens that we see today.
A gas griddle flat top and electric oven combination utilises the best of both types of these new cooking technologies. A flat hotplate style griddle stove top employs the full surface of the countertop stove for use in cooking. The heavy duty stainless steel heating elements on a flat top griddle are encased below the cast iron grill. This means the flat surface countertop for the griddle hotplate can be utilised to cook foods such as pancakes or eggs directly, as well as for heating pots and pans also. Inbuilt grease pans and removal drip trays make it easy to keep your flat top free of excess grime, without losing the converted seasoning effect that makes flat tops long lasting and practically non-stick over time.
The oven below creates plenty of opportunity to bake or roast dishes as needed. The combination flat top and oven mean you can concoct a range of food items all day long, for breakfast, lunch and dinner.