Universal Turns Up The Heat With Wolf’s “Turn Up The Savings” Rebates: Get Up To $500 Rebate On Select Ranges & Wall Ovens

For nearly 20 years, Wolf has remained at the forefront of the cooking appliance industry, manufacturing premium products for the modern home. This Fall, you can bring the power of Wolf’s cooking appliances to the comfort of your home for a truly exceptional value.

Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center is proud to offer a special “Turn Up The Savings” rebate offer on select Wolf appliances. This special rebate is valid on select Wolf ranges and wall ovens purchased from an authorized dealer from October 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017, and offers you an exceptional rebate of $250 to $500. Now is the perfect time to invest in a Wolf oven or range, and Universal is here to help you discover the ideal choice for your kitchen.

 

As one of the top authorized dealers of Wolf appliances in Southern California, the team at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center is expertly equipped to help you find the perfect Wolf cooking range or oven for your home.

You can take advantage of a $250 rebate offer on select 30-inch ranges or 24 to 30 inch E Series single ovens. These ranges and ovens include:

For even more savings, you can claim a $500 rebate on select 36-inch ranges or 30-inch E Series double ovens. These Wolf ovens and ranges include:

Download this Wolf Range & Wall Oven Rebate Form for additional details and for a mail-in rebate form. You can also visit subzerowolfpromotions.com to claim your rebate online.

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Free Appliances with Purchase at UAKC

GE-Free

Is it too good to be true? The copycat effect is here in the form of free dishwashers and other great appliances. For years, Thermador has been promoting a free dishwasher with the purchase of other select Thermador appliances. Why?

Brands are often famous for a single product category. Thermador, is famous for its cooking products. Now a part of BSH, one of Thermador’s sister companies is Bosch, a brand that is known for its dishwashers. So, it only makes sense that Thermador dishwashers are manufactured by Bosch. Yet Thermador customers would consistently purchase a Thermador oven, and a Thermador cooktop, and then choose a different brand dishwasher, perhaps a Miele, an Asko, or yes even a dishwasher from their sister company, Bosch. But Thermador wants their customers to buy a kitchen full of Thermador appliances. Voilà, give customers a free dishwasher when they buy other Thermador appliances, too. This package might include not just cooking products, but also Thermador refrigerators, vent hoods, etc.

Well, it turned out to be such a good idea that other brands now offer free dishwashers or other appliances, when you select their brands. Right now, if you make a qualifying purchase at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center, you can get a free dishwasher or more from the following brands:

GE Free Dishwasher Rebate

Purchase 3 or more qualifying GE Cafe Appliances and recieve a GE Cafe dishwasher valued up to $1000

Thermador 1-2-FREE Promotion

Ignite your imagination. Personalize your dream kitchen and save up to $8,346.

Purchase Sub Zero or Wolf

Earn $1,000 Towards A Wolf Range Or Oven/Cooktop Combo

Earn $1,000 VISA cash card OR 3 points towards Wolf Gourmet for qualifying package (Full Size Sub-Zero plus Wolf Range or Oven/Cooktop) Earn up to six (6) additional points towards Wolf Gourmet for each add-on item.

Bertazzoni Free Ventilation Promotion

Receive FREE Ventilation or 50% off select upgrades with purchase of Cooking!

Monogram $3,798 IN FREE APPLIANCES

Get your choice of two free Monogram appliances with your qualifying purchase.*

Ovens that Cook Fast

There has been a lot of development in ovens that cook quickly. Thanks to convection cooking, there’s no more waiting all day for the turkey to cook. With microwave ovens many foods can be reheated in just a couple of minutes. With the advanced technology included in GE’s Advantium and Viking’s TurboChef, the disadvantages of traditional microwave cooking go away, but the food is still cooking at a lightning fast speed. Steam cooking has begun to make a big mark in speed cooking not just because of its speed, but because it preserves foods nutrients, flavor, and color.

Let’s review a few of the ovens that will cook your food faster.

Thermador Steam Oven

Thermador Steam OVen

Thermador Steam Oven

Thermador is a pioneer in this category, while many others have joined in with a variety of steam options. Thermador remains a standout. Here’s a quick look at the Thermador steam/convection oven.

Features:

  • 1.4 Cu Ft Steam/Convection Oven
  • 40 Easy Cook Programs
  • Steam Clean Function
  • Blue Graphic Display
  • Cook Control Temperature Probe

GE Advantium

GE’s Advantium system combines convection heat, microwave, and halogen heat for blazing quick cooking.

GE Advantium

GE Advantium

Advantium Cooking Modes

  • Broil
  • Convection
  • Microwave
  • Proof
  • Speedcook
  • Warm

Click below for quick video demo:

Viking TurboChef

Viking has taken some proven commercial speed cooking technology (air impingement) and created this combo oven, with separate conventional oven and speed cook turbo oven.

Viking TurboChef

Viking TurboChef

Patented Airspeed Technology™

Top oven cooks food 15 times faster than conventional cooking methods, retaining moisture and locking in flavor for superior quality. Proven technology in over 130,000 commercial kitchens worldwide.

7 High-Performance Speed Cook Modes – Top Oven

Bake, Roast, Broil, Air-Crisp, Toast, Dehydrate, and Favorites functions deliver fast a versatile performance

30” Jenn-Air Single Wall Oven

V2™ Vertical Dual-Fan Convection System

Jenn-Air Convection Oven

Jenn-Air Convection Oven

This new Jenn-Air® single wall oven offers:

5.0 cubic feet of oven capacity and advanced cooking capabilities with the next-generation Wi-Fi Connected Jenn-Air® Culinary Center and 7-inch touch-anywhere digital display. Using two vertically-stacked convection fans, the V2™ vertical dual-fan convection system distributes 6,800 watts of convection cooking power to achieve exceptional results.

Refrigerators with Cameras and See Through Doors

One of the most recent trends in refrigerators is adding cameras inside to let you know what is inside your refrigerator. Some manufacturers also have the low-tech solution of having a window on the door. We’ll take a look (joke intended) below. The low tech window solution means that you have to be standing in front of your fridge to see what is inside, while the camera solution lets you check the refrigerator contents while you’re in the grocery store or elsewhere:

Window in the door refrigerators

Sub Zero

Sub Zero Grand Pro

Sub Zero has at least two versions of full-sized refrigerators with windows in the door which offer a view of what is inside. The Grand Pro 48 Refrigerator and the 36″ Single Door Refrigerator with window. Both refrigerators are leaders in their class.

The Grand Pro is a unique refrigerator which has the appearance of a refrigerator that you might find in the back of a restaurant. As you can see, it’s a large 48″ wide refrigerator, and one of the upper doors has a see through window so you can view what’s inside. The 36″ built-in glass door all refrigerator, BI-36RG has a full length window giving you view of the entire contents.

Neither of these refrigerators have built-in cameras, but you can look at the contents to your heart’s content as long as you are standing in the kitchen.

Frigidaire

The new Frigidaire Professional refrigerator with a glass door is opaque, until you stand in front of it. Motion detectors magically sense your presence and activate the interior lights that let you see the refrigerators contents. Again, no cameras, so you’ll need to take our own photos with your own camera if you want to archive the fridge’s contents.

LG

LG has a smart refrigerator sporting some of the high-tech features you’ll find on the Samsung below. My research did not reveal that this product has internal cameras that let you check the contents remotely. What it does have is an opaque front that turns into a see through window when you knock twice on the door.

Cameras Inside Refrigerators

The following refrigerators have cameras inside so that you can see what is inside by using a compatible smart phone.

Samsung 

This high-tech beauty has multiple cameras that can be accessed by your smartphone when you go shopping. There’s even a feature that lets you mark your products expiration dates for retrieval so you can check experation dates while at the grocery store. Clever.

Dacor

Recently purchased by Samsung, is it any wonder that Dacor’s new column refrigerators also have cameras built-in?

Dacor Column Refrigerators

All of the above products are available at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center. Call UAKC today for the best prices and availabiltiy on major appliances and decorative plumbing fixtures.

Terrific Commander’s Palace Souffle’ Recipe from Jenn-Air

Commander’s Palace in New Orleans opened in 1880. It soon became a New Orleans institution and then an American one.

In almost a century and a half, the generations of staff at Commander’s have developed, honed, and perfected many recipes. Want the best Bloody Mary in America? Go to Commander’s where you can enjoy that beverage in their gracious restaurant setting.

 

Bread Pudding Dessert

After your meal, surely you must sample the best of their desserts, this magnificent bread pudding. Actually, you don’t have to go to New Orleans. You can make this opulent treat right at home.

The preparation requires a double-dip in your oven: first baking a bread pudding, then combining it with meringue for a second quick but definitive round of heat.

But what kind of heat? The perfect meringues you see were baked in our Jenn-Air® Steam and Convection Oven. For this dessert, you don’t want the steam feature for the meringue, but you do want that convection heat, driven by a powerful fan system, generating a grand meringue finale. A Parisian pastry chef could do no better. The combination of this recipe and the Jenn-Air® oven, with its powerful flow of uniform heat, is deliciously formidable.

Grand Meringue

The recipe title and the recipe shown below mention a whiskey sauce. This dessert is rich enough that you can skip the sauce which is quite whiskey intense. A trait of New Orleans, I suppose. You can reduce the amount of whiskey called for in the recipe or substitute, say, a crème anglaise.

You will never think of bread pudding as “merely” bread pudding again.

Maintain Your Refrigerator in the Summer

The kids are home from school. It’s hot outside, and they’re in and out of the refrigerator all day long. Why? The refrigerator has the same contents now that it did fifteen minutes ago. Then they keep the door open while they stare inside. What are they doing – taking inventory? When they finally close the door, teenagers seem to think they need to be especially forceful in slamming appliance doors shut.

What does this mean for your refrigerator?

  • Every time your refrigerator door is opened cold air goes out, and the interior temperature of the refrigerator goes up.
  • Your refrigerator must run longer to reach and maintain the proper temperature.
  • Repeated opening and closing of refrigerator doors, causes wear on the hinges and of course, the latch itself.

It all adds up to more energy usage, more wear and tear, and shorter refrigerator life.

What can you do?

  • Set a good example yourself.
  • Make rules. Set times that the kids aren’t allowed in the kitchen, or at least not allowed in the fridge.
  • Set out some fruit and snacks so they don’t need to open the refrigerator.

Here are some tips to maintaining your refrigerator in the summer:

  1. If your refrigerator has coils that need cleaning, be sure to keep them clean by brushing the dust off the coils. You may need a special brush to reach the coils. If so, visit your local appliance parts company, or order online from the refrigerator manufacturer.

  2. Many refrigerators have a vacation mode. Engage the vacation mode before your leave on vacation. Don’t forget to go back to normal operation when you return.

  3. If you are going on a long vacation, consider saving up empty gallon or half gallon containers. Fill them with water and put them in the refrigerator before leaving. When the containers get cool they’ll help keep the refrigerator cool and it will not need to work as hard.

  4. Turn off your ice maker while you are on vacation.

Remember, when it’s time to replace your refrigerator call or visit the experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center.

Great Lamb Recipe

Jenn-Air Oven Microwave Combo

I ran across this terrific recipe online. The author was kind enough to let me reproduce it here. Even though Easter has passed, it’s still a great time for spring lamb. Also, this recipe shows how versatile the Jenn-Air oven really is. Of course, I’m biased. I had this same Jenn-Air oven in my last home. I loved it, and in full disclosure I previously worked for Jenn-Air. Here is the article/recipe in its entirety:


Easter is the first great culinary weekend of the year. And it brings up that basic question: ham or lamb. This year it was lamb and it will be lamb next year, too. And, during the rest of the year, when we want a spectacular feast, lamb will be on our list. The lamb spent five hours in our Jenn-Air® Microwave/Wall Oven with V2™ Vertical Dual-Fan Convection System. This oven has all the space needed to hold a leg of lamb, in this case a very big 12-pound leg of lamb. With the space and circulation of the Jenn-Air® dual-fan convection system, our roast achieved a perfectly uniform heat treatment. After five hours, the meat was done, no pink, but still moist. That strong, consistent, uniform heat is the secret to success of this recipe.

The recipe is titled Five Hour Lamb with Potato Gratin. Usually, “gratin” denotes adding cream and cheese to produce some rich, succulent potato extravaganza. Not here. No dairy at all. Just the lamb. Those potato slices in the bottom picture become candy in the top in the top picture. The juices and fat from the lamb drip down into the potatoes, first cooking them to tenderness, then beginning to actually crisp and caramelize them.

The lamb is wonderful, flavored with a coating of anchovies, garlic and mint sauce. But the potatoes? Oh, you have never in your life experienced potatoes like these. But you can. You need a grand oven with perfect heat. And you might want a bottle of wine as you watch the transformation. The aromas begin by Hour 3. You’ll have two hours to develop patience. I suggest a bold red.

This recipe comes from the new book Perfect Plates in 5 Ingredients by John Waite, the winner in 2012 of The Great British Baking Show. He’s a young chef and writer of exceptional talent. This recipe, his take on Greek ideas, is certainly a perfect plate and an elegant one as well.

The marinade here has proportions for a 4 ½ pound leg of lamb. Ours was 12 pounds, so we scaled the marinade proportionately. Feel free to dabble with proportions and taste test before using. The recipe comes Great Britain so it refers to mint sauce. We used mint jelly which is much easier to find here in the United States. Or, you can Google and find and make your own mint sauce if you are obsessive about authenticity. That’s a fine obsession to have.

The leftovers are wonderful. If there are any.


Five-Hour Lamb with Potato Grain

Yield: serves 6-8, assuming 4-5 pound leg of lamb

Ingredients:

  • 3 ½ ounces jarred anchovies in olive oil
  • 8 garlic cloves
  • 1 tablespoon mint sauce
  • 4 ½ pound leg of lamb
  • 6 medium russet or Yukon gold potatoes
  • Sea salt flakes
  • Coarse black pepperPreparation:

For the marinade, blitz the anchovies and the oil they came in, with the peeled garlic cloves and the mint sauce to a smooth paste in a food processor. If you don’t have a food processor, you could make the paste using a sharp knife and bold ambition. Stir in 1 teaspoon each of salt and pepper.

With a sharp knife, stab the lamb leg repeatedly all over— you need as many deep cuts as possible, without completely massacring the meat. Spread the paste over the entire surface of the meat, working it well into the cuts. Refrigerate for an hour, or until required.

Preheat the oven to 325°F. Remove the lamb from the fridge 1 hour before it goes into the oven, to bring it up to room temperature.

Slice the unpeeled potatoes as finely as possible—I use a mandoline—and arrange them in layers in a deep-sided roasting dish, seasoning with a very small pinch of salt and pepper every couple of layers. Place the lamb on top of the potato slices. Cover with a couple of sheets of foil, ensuring you seal it extremely well. Roast for 4!4 hours.

Remove the dish from the oven, and increase the heat to 425°F. Remove the foil, and baste the lamb with some of the juices from the roasting dish. Put everything back into the oven for an additional 30 minutes. Remove the lamb from the oven, transfer it to a plate, cover it with foil and leave to rest. Return the potatoes to the oven for a final 25 to 30 minutes, until slightly crispy around the edges.

Source: Perfect Plates in 5 Ingredients by John Whaite [Kyle, 2017]