Cooking

In a survey of 100 professional chefs, 96 percent said they preferred cooking with gas heat over electric, which makes it a popular choice for homeowners as well. Propane-powered ovens and ranges deliver precise temperature control and heat distribution, and propane ovens help retain more moisture in food than electric units.

Propane cooktops have instant flame turnoff capabilities, which provides a safety feature not found in electric cooktops that can remain dangerously hot for a few minutes after they've been turned off.

Homeowners have many choices when it comes to propane cooking equipment, such as attractive, space-saving stainless steel gas ranges that combine a cooktop and oven. Commercial-grade ranges, indoor grills and cooktops, in-wall double ovens, and other propane cooking applications are ideal for luxurious custom kitchens.

Propane cooking is also better for the environment. Based on typical cooking usage levels and the emissions which electricity generation creates, propane cooking has roughly 30 percent fewer CO2 emissions. Visit buildwithpropane.com for more information.

Visit the Propane Product Directory to view available propane-powered kitchen products.