Cooking on a Chagny range made the experience extra fulfilling and easy. I used the gas oven to roast perfectly moist chicken thighs, the petite electric oven for crisping the pita bread, and the traditional plate as my aid throughout the process as a convenient working surface. A visit at the unique Levinsky spice market… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Tips & Tricks
Elisa shows how to properly ignite your gas oven on your Lacanche range.
Elisa explains how to use the Traditional French Plate, also known as a simmer plate.
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 »
This week I decided to try making pancakes on the plancha on my Chagny 1400 Lacanche range. I started out by grabbing a recipe out of “Big Bad Breakfast” by James Beard Award winning Chef John Currence – “Silver Dollar and Short Stack Buttermilk Pancakes.” The recipe is perfect for super light and fluffy pancakes… Read more »
Our motto here at Art Culinaire is “Bringing Your Family Back to the Table,” and what better way to do that than to visit a cooking school that allows you to learn new skills, while cooking on a Lacanche Range! We know of several different opportunities for doing just that. For example: AA Cooks –… Read more »
When cleaning your range, it is actually possible to remove many of the parts and place them in the dishwasher for cleaning. See video below. If you have any questions regarding the cleaning or care of your range, please don’t hesitate to call our Customer Care department at 425-481-8850. You may also view cleaning instructions… Read more »
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 »
Photographer and blogger Sarah Kenney renovated a farmhouse in New Hampshire that was built in 1828 and owned by Governor Nehemiah Ordway from 1875 to 1907. The home is on the National Registry of Historic Places and Sarah and her husband have undertaken a loving restoration of the old homestead. At the center of this… Read more »