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Do You Have a Heavy Duty Stock Pot Gas Range?

Much to the chagrin of the folks down south, winter has finally arrived.  They’re seeing their first bouts of snow and rushing the stores for their milk and bread while folks up north have a good laugh. A better idea is to make a knock-down, drag-out, called from the heavens soup to last through the snowpocalypse. And it better be in a big pot.

But a big pot requires a big burner. The Heavy Duty Stock Pot Gas Range can accommodate the largest pots that you’ve got in your kitchen.  It has an 18”x24” cooking surface, and grates that can fit the biggest stock pots. It also has adjustable burner rings so you don’t have to worry about uneven cooking (even when you’re firing up your clam chowder or mushroom bisque).

What makes this prospect even better?  Since it’s a gas range, there’s a good chance that it will stay on if the power goes out in the inclement weather, unlike your electric range. And with snow on the ground and people who can’t drive, there’s sure to be one yahoo who decides to merge his front bumper with a power pole.

Spend some time merging delicious flavors with your gas range. Make some more soup and cook it on a stove that was specially made for the giant stock pot.  Let it sit for a day or two and see how your family, or your customers, love it.



2015-02-26 00:00:00
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