Cast Iron Range Cookers, your local Everhot specialists will be displaying at
The Bucks County Show Thursday 29th August.
On the stand there will be 3 different Everhot models, a 60 in Mustard, a 90 in Graphite and a 120i in Aubergine you can also get any questions you may have answered.
We are holding Everhot cookery demonstrations on Saturday 14th September and Tuesday 1st October.
Please phone for details.
The Everhot 120 Series provides an exceptional choice of cooking options and is perfect for family cooking and larger kitchen spaces. This classic thoroughbred performs superbly, providing both versatile cooking capacity and kitchen warmth. Beautifully elegant and balanced, this appliance has the poise to grace any kitchen, modern or classical. There are two options to choose from: the Everhot 120 or 120i.
The Everhot 120 lets you enjoy the luxury of four ovens and four hotplates (each being independently adjustable for maximum versatility). So you can have cakes in one oven, the roast vegetables in another, a joint in the third, plates warming in the fourth – all at different temperatures. On the hotplates, a sauce simmering gently, peas boiling on another and loads more hotplate space to spare. Each of the large top ovens has an integral grill. As with the 60 the control boxes can be conveniently situated in adjacent kitchen units (or on the worktop). This is the ideal cooker for those who require more heat in their kitchen.
The Everhot 120i provides you with three ovens, on the left hand side roasting and casserole ovens, whilst behind the third lies a useful additional oven for when you have a houseful. With the 120i the final door conceals all the controls necessary to run the cooker. In addition to the classic cast iron hotplates, the 120i incorporates a fantastic three-zone induction hob, perfect for hot summer days or to augment the overall cooking area. The Everhot 120i is generally delivered as a one piece cooker, however where there is difficult access the cooker can be delivered in two pieces which will be joined once in position.