What fuels your family?
When it comes to managing mealtime, you want to get food to the table fast — just the way the family likes it. But does it make a difference whether your range (also known as a stove or oven) is fueled by electric or gas?
Both fuel types have their own advantages, depending on what you cook and how you cook it. So which one’s right for your home? Learn more about the differences between cooking with gas and cooking with electric.
Gas vs. electric ranges: what to consider
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Whirlpool® smart ovens
The Smart Slide-In Range lets you cut down on routine steps to get food to the table fast. Learn how you can rush a little less and do a little more.
Convection oven vs. regular oven
What, exactly, is a convection oven? Learn more to determine if you should stick with convention — or cook with convection.
What is Sabbath mode on a stove?
During Sabbath and religious holidays in Judaism, there may be restrictions on certain activities that can extend to the use of appliances.