I really enjoy cooking and I love to bake. There is just something about the entire process that draws me in. From the smells as it is cooking to the enjoyment of eating something fresh from the oven, there is nothing like eating home cooked meals and baked goods. It reminds me of growing up in a household where my mom has a passion for cooking and spoiled us rotten with her food. (She still does!) I want to give that to my own children, even if now as preschoolers they don’t seem to appreciate all of my efforts. So obviously when Frigidaire
comes knocking at my door sends me an email asking if I would like to test out their new Frigidaire Gallery® Range with Symmetry™ Double Ovens, I nod my head frantically.
Isn’t she a beauty? I honestly don’t know what I’m more excited about, the two ovens which are each large enough to hold a 28lb turkey (woot!) or the flat, fits more cooktop featuring 5 elements and a warming zone.
I almost feel bad for my ‘ole reliable electric range. While I can count on it to cook evenly and consistently, it certainly has provided its own frustrations. From forcing me to make due with a single large burner and those hideous burner covers to the inconvenience of a single oven cooking only one temperature at a time, I’m seriously only nostalgic about this stove for a few seconds before I’m over it.
Nevermind saying goodbye to this stove which was beat up repeatedly by my husband who was a bit overzealous with the heavy cast iron skillet a couple years back. I’ve got three of these lovely markings to remind me.
Right now, I’m a bit giddy. Tomorrow morning my new oven is being installed and I can’t wait to test it out with a round of baking with my boys. I’ll keep you posted for the next few months as I participate in the Frigidaire Test Drive Initiative!
Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a Test Drive Campaign by Frigidaire and received a Frigidaire Range to facilitate my review. No monetary compensation has been received and my thoughts remain 100% my own and yours may differ.