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The Cuisinart Microwave Oven's handy features and streamlined design make it part of a new wave of high-tech kitchen appliances.
The Cuisinart Microwave Oven features a nonporous stainless steel interior which will not absorb odors, moisture or food particles and 25 preprogrammed settings which ensure that everything from reheating coffee, to defrosting cutlets, to cooking fish or making 2, 4, or 6 strips of crispy bacon will be done right. With its stainless steel interior, stainless steel door and control panel, this is a sleek, new generation of microwave. * This 1000-watt, 1.0-cubic-feet * Stainless steel control panel and door with dark tinted glass window and chrome handle * Nonporous stainless steel interior absorbs no odors and is easy to sanitize * Rotating 12" glass tray * Touchpad controls with LCD * 2 defrost functions defrost food by weight or time * 8 presets with serving-size options for each (total 25): Popcorn, Beverage, Rice, Reheat, Fresh or Frozen Vegetables, Baked Potatoes & Bacon * Two-stage cooking operation: Set microwave so that first stage of operation (such as 15 minutes on defrost) is automatically followed by a second stage (such as cooking for 8 minutes) * Includes instruction & recipe book * Limited 3-year warranty *Model# CMW-100 *Dimensions: 20 1/2 x 16 x 12 3/4
Julia Child let people in on the Cuisinart secret and so did James Beard. They were among the first culinary experts to hail the food processor as a revolutionary kitchen appliance when it was introduced to America in 1973 by the late Cuisinart founder, Carl Sontheimer. They saw the food processor as a quick and easy way to make fine food and healthy dishes. Under management from Conair Corporation since 1989, the legacy is alive and well. Today, Cuisinart is a universally recognized name, endorsed by culinary connoisseurs such as Jacques Pépin and Hubert Keller.