Metropolis Magazine loves how designers and manufacturers are collaborating to create bright ideas. “In a new line for Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens, designer Daniel Germani discards cookout clichés in favor of candy-bright finishes and a furniture-like frame. (For traditionalists, a stainless-steel option without the powder-coat finish is also available.) The modular units offer integrated handles, drawers, and pass-through cabinets.”
See Chef Vaughn of Anvil Appliances use the wok on the Caliber 25,000 BTU French Top. He creates a delicious chicken and vegetable stir fry. Chef Vaughn can hear the sizzle and see the steam for that perfect cook.
The French Top is one of the unique features that will be covered in this demonstration and an introduction to Alison’s new range. Alison purchased her range from our dealer in British Columbia, Canada, Midland Appliance. If you miss the event, check back at this link for the post of the recorded video. Click here to see why Alison chose a Caliber Indoor Pro Range.
If you missed the Instagram LIVE event, click below or here to watch the recorded introduction.
The feature of the fully retractable patented “disappearing” lid with a special counterbalance mechanism allows for a smooth transition from open to close with ease. When opened the hood disappears under the cooking element creating a grilling surface that is accessible from all sides. The Rockwell by Caliber Social Grill is designed to foster socializing and is inspired by the act of gathering around the hearth or campfire. By design, the grill allows guests to stand on all four sides during grilling, and a focal area when keeping food warm while entertaining.
The Rockwell by Caliber Built-In Social Grill comes standard in 304 Stainless Steel and is available as a 2-burner 42″ model and a 3-burner (a 20,000 BTU infra-red sear burner included) 48″ model for custom/built-in applications.
Custom RAL colors and wood handle upgrades are also available on freestanding and built-in applications.
Caliber Appliances is dedicated to innovative design and superior engineering down to the smallest detail. Caliber’s focus on excellence in form and function has led to award-winning status for their gas barbecues and multi-function wood smokers and rave reviews in the market for its restaurant-like food. Even famed designer David Rockwell chose Caliber to build his newest line of grilling entertainment centers. Caliber delivers True American Luxury in grilling with premium products that can transform an outdoor kitchen into a commercial grade Culinary Center. The Caliber line of outdoor products includes the Crossflame® Pro Grill, Caliber™ Pro Kamado Charcoal Grill and Smoker, the Rockwell by Caliber™ Social Grill and Power Pro Dual Top Burners. The Caliber Indoor Professional Range and Rangetop series complements the outdoor suite of products. Caliber has been recognized with “Product of the Year” awards and is the recipient of two Vesta Awards from Hearth & Home magazine along with a Special Mention Architizer Award.
ABOUT DAVID ROCKWELL
David Rockwell has amassed a 250-person award-winning, cross-disciplinary architecture and design practice based in New York City with satellite offices in Madrid and shanghai. Boasting a legendary design resume ranging from restaurants (Nobu), hotels (W and Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas), airport terminals, and hospitals, to award shows (the 2009 and 2010 Academy Awards) and film/Broadway sets, Rockwell has a personal affinity for food spaces and is recognized by some of the world’s most renowned chefs.
Enjoy these delicious and easy to make macaroons baked in the Caliber Indoor Pro Range with Chef Dan just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The Caliber range is outfitted with a true chef-sized oven that provides even baking results thanks to its proprietary tri-flow convection technology and ultra-efficientcient flue design. Making the perfect cookie is now easy with this revolutionary new design and your Valentine will love you for making these delicious cookies!
Heat oven to 350ºF. Mix coconut, sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla in a large bowl. Drop teaspoon-sized scoops of batter onto a well-greased cooking sheet 1-inch apart. Press down coconut balls with the back of the spoon to pack the mix so it won’t spread apart during baking. Bake 10 to 12 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool for a few minutes before removing so they do not fall apart. Do not wait too long, because they will stick to the sheet. Cool on wire racks. Enjoy this sweet treat!