I’ve always wanted a Wolf range.
Can you even believe I’m saying this?
Or that I even know what a Wolf range is?
Me….the one with the macaroni and cheese kitchen.
The one who is famous for her gas station pizza.
I saw a Wolf once in a magazine….and I was hooked. It was a thing of beauty. Shiny and polished with two ovens and those beautiful wonderful red handles.
We when first bought the farmhouse and started remodeling the kitchen, we replaced floors and moldings and cabinets and hardware and sinks and countertops.
I almost bought one.
I was so close.
There it was…..so shiny and red-knobbed and incredibly gorgeous and so I’m-a-professional-in-the-kitchen like.
I think that’s what made me nervous……the whole I’m a professional-in-the-kitchen angle.
Because between you and me…..there were many years of macaroni and cheese and boiling water and gas station pizza before all the recent cooking escapades. So when we remodeled……I went with a standard-variety-run-of-the-mill-great-for-frozen-pizza simple white stove.
But recently I’ve realized something incredible.
Wolf ranges are for ordinary people.
People who boil water and make meatballs and spaghetti and bake chicken casserole and make chocolate chip cookies and three-layer cakes with cream cheese frosting and edible flowers.
People who make a flaky, buttery pie crust.
People who are learning to cook a roast.
People just like me.
So watch out my wonderful macaroni and cheese kitchen.
I’m saving my pennies.
And one day when that incredible shiny sparkling Wolf stove is sitting in the kitchen…..we can spend two hours just staring at those incredible red handles.
And then I’ll boil some water…..
…..and make a roast just for you.
P.S.–Did you know that Sub-Zero ranges have been around since 1945? And that currently Sub-Zero’s product line includes built-in and integrated, outdoor and under counter refrigeration? And that Wolf has an incredible selection of ranges, ovens, cooktops and grills? And that they host a Kitchen Design Contest that celebrates design professionals who incorporate Sub-Zero and Wolf products into kitchen designs that are both innovative and beautiful? In fact, this year’s contest marks the 10th contest! New this year is the People’s Choice Award which honors the top kitchen design entry as determined by the general public via online voting. The winner of the People’s Choice Award gets $15,000!
And the best part?
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