A Combo Sink for the Most Dangerous Room in the House

January 16, 2008 by Lisa 

Kohler Combo SinkCooking in the kitchen can be dangerous…at least for me it is. But now, no more worries about those dangerous and sometimes disasterous boiling water transfers from stove to sink.Cooking at home – for the everyday cook to the gourmet chef – will never be the same again with Kohler’s new PRO CookCenters and PRO CookSinks,  revolutionary designs offered within its new Professional Kitchen collection. Kohler, a global leader in kitchen and bath design, was the first manufacturer to meld stovetop cooking with the kitchen sink, to create a high-performance, multi-task unit that eliminates the boundaries of traditional kitchen task areas. The result is an enhanced kitchen sink that provides an efficient, compact space in which to clean, cut, steam, boil, poach and braise food – improving the overall efficiency of food preparation and cooking, while insuring a professional level of cooking quality.

In simple terms, PRO CookCenters feature a cooking vessel in conjunction with a kitchen sink, while PRO CookSinks feature a standalone vessel ideally positioned near a stovetop. The 8-quart cylindrical, 18-gauge stainless steel cooking vessel resides beneath the counter with its opening flush to counter level. A 240-volt power circuit and a standard base cabinet are the only requirements for easy installation, while counter top temperature and drainage controls promote ease of use.

With effortless, push-of-a-button drainage of cooking water – improved kitchen workspace – healthy, water-based cooking – stack cooking to increase cooking efficiency – the functional versatility of Kohler’s PRO CookCenters and PRO CookSinks will change the way residential kitchens are designed while evolving the traditional role of the kitchen sink.

Adding to the unique nature of this collection are the accessories and cookware included with its purchase. Kohler, in conjunction with a major cookware manufacturer, have produced exclusively designed stack cookware to maximize product versatility and satisfaction, including a stainless steel 8-quart colander, 4-quart steamer and 4-quart double boiler with glass lid. The quality cookware was designed specifically for use with the PRO Cook line, but can also be used separately as an addition to your everyday collection.

Now, that’s what’s I’m talking about! That would tempt me to cook more! USA, LLC


One Response to “A Combo Sink for the Most Dangerous Room in the House”

  1. Welcome to Your Smart Home : Smart Home Gadgets on January 17th, 2008 6:03 pm

    [...] those heavy pots of water from the sink to the stove, then you’ll be a big fan of the all-in-one-sink. Integrating the stove top into the sink unit, provides extra convenience, especially when doing [...]

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