A Sink that's a Stove

By: Jeremy Gutsche - Published: Mar 15, 2006 • References: us.kohler & gushmagazine
Just because you have a stainless steel toaster doesn't mean your kitchen is cool. The yuppies of the next generation will be cooking in their sink. The new Pro CookCenter Self-Rimming sink is like a normal sink, except it's also great for steaming, boiling, and some other forms of cooking that I don't do.

This PRO CookCenter self-rimming sink is an ideal remodeler's upgrade, offering all the functions of a standard sink plus steaming, boiling, poaching, blanching and other water-based cooking. Crafted of KOHLER Cast Iron, the sink also functions as a spacious cleanup basin able to accommodate large pots and pans. This model features a four-hole faucet drilling.
- Perfect size for remodeling/replacement
- Self-rimming or tile-in installation options
- Integrated cooking vessel and control speeds food preparation
- PRO cutting board facilitates multiple food preparation
- Includes cookbook by famous chefs offering delicious, unique recipes Stats for KOHLER PRO CookCenter Trending: Older & Warm
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