There's a whole new alternative to gas in a high-performance range and you can explore it at Clarke, your Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen in South Norwalk. The new Wolf Induction Range (which will be available in Clarke's authorized dealers later this fall) gives you a cooktop with incredible speed, control and energy efficiency. It boils water faster than gas (really - with almost instantaneous temperature response!) It gives you precise high end to low end control. Imagine control steady enough to simmer sauces and melt chocolate without scorching. A Wolf Induction Cooktop also means you'll never have to worry about children burning themselves on a flame or about forgetting to turn off the cooktop (when you remove the pot or pan all you're left with is a cool surface.)
Down below, you have a Wolf E Series Dual Convection Oven that bakes and roasts with reliably even heat throughout the entire oven. This will save you time, as you feel can confident in baking multiple racks of cookies to perfection or placing sides in the oven with the entrée. In addition to even heat, this oven offers 10 automatic cooking modes to master any dish.
Clarke's Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen in South Norwalk and Boston are the first two showrooms in the country to have a Wolf Induction Range on display.
Wolf's Induction Range is available in 30" and 36" sizes in either Professional or Transitional styles. You can choose from Wolf's signature red knobs, or perhaps black or stainless will complement your kitchen design more beautifully. The exciting choice is yours.
Magic? No. Magnets.
While induction cooking has been growing in popularity for the past several years, it is still a mystery to many cooks. How can it be better than gas? How does it work? At Clarke's Sub-Zero & Wolf Showrooms and Test Kitchens in South Norwalk, CT, Milford, MA and, now, 7 Tide in Boston Seaport, they are asked these questions more than any other. The most popular Test Drive each day is to boil water on Wolf's Induction Cooktops...and people are amazed. In induction cooking, the electricity flows through a coil to generate a magnetic field under the glass ceramic surface. When an induction-compatible pan is placed on the cooktop, currents are induced IN THE PAN and instant heat is generated. When you take the pan off the cooktop, the heat instantly ceases.
When you marry the power, control and energy efficiency of induction cooking with the celebrated performance of Wolf's dual convection oven features, there is simply no other appliance on the market like this.
Clarke's showroom consultants are very excited to share this game-changing option with you. If you'd like to see and Test Drive the power of induction cooking and control of Wolf E series convection ovens, you can visit Clarke in South Norwalk.