Filed under: Dining
The last time we saw a cooktop from Kuppersbusch, it was their Induction Wok Cooktop, which has a depression ideal for a wok built into the surface of the unit. The Kuppersbusch Electric Honeycomb Cooktop is more versatile than the Wok version because a variety of different sizes and shapes of cookware can be used on it, from large stockpots to tiny frying pans - none of which would fit the wok-top. It also has an interesting honeycomb layout, with 6 cooking zones shaped as interlocking hexagons that can be rearranged to almost any configuration. The whole unit has touch control and, because it is an induction surface, there are no worries about burns or the safety of small children in the kitchen. Prices start at around $2,300.