Six browning options and a warm-up setting
Vitreous china bowl / External composting unit / Vacuum-assisted flush /
Induction technology heats the pot with magnetic energy rather than firing up a cooking surface. It is impressive, but we’re not entirely sure it’s worth the cost. That said, a report from the U.S. Department of Energy Codes and Standards lists a 15 percent reduction in electricity usage, so the argument could be made that they pay for themselves over time. Viking's easy-to-read knob settings come in handy when there’s no flame to look at.
- In the following pages, we toast American ingenuity by highlighting furniture and accessories designed and fabricated across four regions of the continental United States.
- Chipotle’s recent approach to restaurant design aims to transform the traditionally tasteless experience of eating fast food into something more refined.
- Here are six more of our favorite furniture and accessory designs (read Part One here) from the four-part coast Made in America series (Midwest, Northeast, South, and West Coast) in our July/August…
- Not quite at home on the range? No need to boast the most roast? For boiling, frying, searing, and simmering, the drop-in cooktop is king.
In our American Modern issue out now, we feature 20 new designs manufactured stateside. Last year, we also rounded up classic and contemporary US-made products ranging from lighting to tableware to furniture to building materials. If you missed that issue, find select stories online here and see the 30 items below.