BlueStar cooking appliances have been selected for the third time to be featured on Food Network's popular show The Next Iron Chef: Redemption. The reality series features several professional chefs competing to out-cook one another and earn the Iron Chef title.
"These outstanding chefs are accustomed to cooking on the finest commercial cooking equipment, and BlueStar restaurant-quality appliances for the home deliver the same top level of performance," said Michael Trapp, president, Prizer Painter Stove Works, Inc., the maker of BlueStar. "Viewers have the opportunity to see that they can get the same level of professional cooking performance in their own homes."
The chefs will complete some of their challenges on one of five high-performance, ruby red BlueStar 48-inch ranges. Each of the ranges has three 15,000 BTU open burners, two BlueStar UltraNova 22,000 BTU power burners, one 130 degree simmer burner, and a 12-inch charbroiler.
"No matter what the secret ingredient of the day is, the common thread to creating great food is power, whether it's high heat or a gentle simmer," said Jill Novatt, Food Network, Executive Culinary Producer. "Having equipment with the ability to control heat down to the finest detail, is, in many chefs' opinions, the most important feature of a great cooking machine."
BlueStar cooking products are designed for home chefs who want restaurant-quality results in their own kitchens.
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