Filed under: Dining
Hailed as the french standard for luxurious cooking, Morice Cookers have style as well as power in the kitchen. Their old-world look is far more sophisticated than some of the "retro" models available, and it is much warmer than sleek, commercial-style ranges and cookers, which have little or no personality of their own. One of Morice's biggest selling points is the fact that the ovens have a very thick steel base, which allows for consistent, even heat conduction. There are three sizes available, the Marengo, the Supreme (pictured) and the Grand Veneur, and apparently, there are 1,600 colors to choose from.