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Microwaves provide convenience and efficiency in the kitchen
From defrosting meat to boiling water cooking frozen dinners, microwaves can do it all. If you're not sure whether to buy a countertop or built-in unit, or a convection versus coventional microwave, you'll find what you're looking for here in the huge microwave selection at Sears. Here you'll find a full line of top brand microwaves in all configurations, colors and functions.
Not all cooking can be done with just the microwave. Whether you're an advanced home cook or just starting out, the majority of your cooking will be done on your kitchen range. You also have the option of dual-fuel ranges, which use electricity to heat the oven and gas to ignite the burners. Electric ranges use less energy, and you can choose from coil and flat-surface cooktops. Gas ranges have their advantages, such as providing immense heating temperatures and boiling water in less time. Depending on your kitchen, you have stainless steel, black and white ranges that complement your color scheme.
Small kitchen appliances come in handy when you need to mix batter or chop vegetables. Although you can complete most dishes with just a microwave and a range, small appliances fill the void and improve your prep and cooking times. Deep fryers fry chicken more quickly when compared to cooking with a pan on the stovetop. Kenmore breadmakers bake bread in just one hour, and you can bake pizza and prepare toast in a Hamilton Beach countertop oven. Cook tender meats in a slow cooker, and chop vegetables for homemade salsas with a KitchenAid food processor.
Stand-alone ranges work well for most kitchens, but you can increase your workspace with electric or gas wall ovens. Position the wall oven conveniently between the kitchen cabinets so that you never have to bend down to insert or remove the food. Select from single and double wall ovens with self-cleaning and additional features. You can also choose a Kenmore electric wall oven with a combination microwave on top. Installing a dual unit saves even more space in the kitchen, providing additional countertop area for small appliances.
When it comes to the choice of countertop versus over the range microwaves, the best choice for you will depend on your kitchen space. Some wall ovens come with complementary built-in microwaves, so you have more countertop and walking space in the kitchen. Increase your productivity with small kitchen appliances, and decide whether a gas or an electric range works best for you. Choose Sears when you need name brand appliances that improve your efficiency in the kitchen.