One of the truly wonderful things about choosing a Lacanche range that suits your individual cooking style and entertaining needs is all of the versatile options available. Since my husband is a winemaker, we like to host small dinners in our home and open up lots of great wines from different regions. We recently remodeled… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Oven Sizes
Many people who are in the decision making phase of purchasing their Lacanche range ask themselves, “Cluny or Chagny – how do I choose?” All of the Lacanche ranges are very modular and are built out of the same components (aka either the Cluny-sized oven or the Sully-sized oven as the base), with the Cluny… Read more »
Join us for an afternoon of cooking at Artist and Designer Amy Cupp’s lovely Connecticut home, as we prepare a meal using the various features of the Lacanche Sully 2200.
Elisa and I took a sunny winter day to visit and cook in the beautiful home of one of our clients in Quogue, New York. The cabinetry of the house was recently custom designed with Lacanche drawer pulls, oven knobs and towel bars to match their Sully 1800. The finished results were inspiring after sending… Read more »
I had the opportunity to visit a client’s home in beautiful north Capitol Hill in Seattle recently. Working with clients to select the main attraction in the heart of the home has its own payoff, as conversations about food, family meals and holiday feasts arise. Getting to see the end result is truly a special… Read more »
This week I hosted an afternoon late lunch meeting with a client who was deciding between the Classique vs. Traditional Cluny. I decided that a good pot of chicken soup would help her decide whether or not the Traditional French Plate was complementary to her cooking style. I shopped for some fresh veggies and herbs… Read more »