Above, an example of the Island range, a style popular in Europe for more than a century. This style of back-to-back, banked ranges has begun to see more use in the U.S. Here, it is a good fit to match the production flow required by a room service program at Sloan-Kettering Memorial Hospital in New York City. Ranges are the backbone of today's kitchen production equipment. While these workhorses have changed little in the past generation, they are an invaluable item in almost every ...
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