Here’s a cool thing I did this past weekend. I made this French Toast Apple Bake on the recommendation of Melissa from Girlymama. It was great! But as I was cooking it to bring to an Easter Brunch at another family member’s house, and we had Mass to attend, I wasn’t sure how and when to make it.
I ended up making it the night before, but cooking it first thing in the morning. When it was done, I used the awesome warming drawer at the bottom of the stove. (Previously I had been using it for storage of cooking sheets.)
The next neat feature I plan to check out and utilize is the Delay Start. You can program your stove to turn on and start to cook anything anywhere from 1-24 hours from the current time.
Here’s some cool eco-friendly information about my new stove too: The newly introduced Frigidaire line just received the EPA’s prestigious 2010 Energy Star award for their “Swap and Save” Energy Star Promotion. The award recognizes Frigidaire’s commitment to smart energy management and its efforts to share the importance of energy efficiency with a wide audience.
In addition to the time-saving features you already know about, the new Frigidaire collections also save you considerable amounts of energy and water – from washers that use up to 82% less energy and 60% less water, to dishwashers that use at least 41% less energy and 40% less water than was used just 10 years ago.
Visit Frigidaire’s EcoSavings website to calculate your potential cash and energy savings by swapping out old appliances.
I wrote this review while participating in a Test Drive Campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Frigidaire and will be receiving a Frigidaire Refrigerator, Range/Microwave, Washer/Dryer set, and a Dishwasher to facilitate my review.