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New GE Monogram Product Launched at IBS/KBIS 2016


GE Monogram Shows Pizza Oven at IBS/KBIS 2016

Amidst all the traffic at the 2016 International Builder Show/Kitchen and Bath Show in Las Vegas, GE Appliances and Monogram seemed to be quite busy. In addition to all the questions about the acquisition of GE by Haier, GE and Monogram showed a steady stream of new products including GE rolling out some additional refrigerators with the unique Keurig® coffee feature, and Monogram's new Pizza Oven for the home.

Over the years, various systems and techniques, from pizza stones on up, have been marketed for cooking restaurant quality pizzas in the home. Now, a unique new home pizza oven has been developed by Monogram.

Restaurant-style pizza has long been an aspiration for home chefs everywhere, but lacking has been a reliable way to achieve the perfect slice. Residential pizza oven options have run the gamut from cumbersome and complicated to convenient yet disappointing, spurring the development of the new Monogram® Pizza Oven.

Perfectly crisp crust. Browned, bubbling mozzarella. GE’s Monogram Pizza Oven brings restaurant-quality cooking capabilities to the home kitchen, enabling home chefs, entertainers, families and pizza enthusiasts to recreate their favorite pies—from the perfect Neapolitan to New York style and everything in between—quickly and with ease.

Key Features Include:

Simple installation. Takes no more space than a standard wall oven, yet fits a pizza peel and large pies. The oven requires no exterior venting, and no special installation.
Precision and power. Using standard household electric power, the Monogram Pizza Oven delivers precise zone-controlled heating, enabling exact temperatures for perfect pies.
App-enabled. Operate your Monogram Pizza Oven by linking with a smartphone app for pizza at the touch of a button.

The Monogram Pizza Oven is available May 2016, with an MSRP of $9,900. For more information on major appliances or plumbing fixtures call or visit the professionals at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center.

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