Tracy Burleson Helping To Make Natural Gas the Star of the Kitchen

Guest Blogger: Mike Besack on behalf of Thermador*

Nothing stands out in the kitchen quite like the unique flow of natural gas on a powerful cooktop, range or rangetop. It’s part of what makes cooking an integral part of the American home. Thermador certainly has done its part to help make that special experience happen on a whole other level.

Star Burner Flame High jpg 249x300 Helping To Make Natural Gas the Star of the KitchenWhen Thermador first introduced the exclusive Star® Burner in 1998, the shape of gas cooking was literally changed. The typical, circular natural gas burner was transformed into a striking, catchy star. This design offers ample heat coverage and a smaller cold spot, making it ideal for any pan size. It’s tailor made for the perfect pancake, your favorite searing recipe or anything you love to cook that demands maximum and even heat.

Thermador’s Star Burner design allows for more ports and flame distribution than a typical round burner (35 ports around the perimeter versus 28), as well as a maximum power of 22k British thermal unit (Btu) and a delicate simmer of 375 Btu. Consumers will also appreciate the elevated brass burner and solid black maintop allowing for quick and easy cleanup.

All Thermador gas cooktops and ranges feature the exclusive Star Burner, and even the most demanding of culinary enthusiasts couldn’t be happier. It’s a welcomed star of any kitchen.

To experience the Star Burner in action, click here to watch online cooking demonstrations. The Star Burner will also be on display as part of the American Natural Gas and Propane Industries exhibit at the National Association of Home Builders’ International Builders’ Show on January 22 through 24 in Las Vegas, NV.

Will you be cooking with natural gas this Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comments box below or send a tweet to @naturalgasflk and use the #Thanksgiving hashtag.

*Statements of fact or opinion in this blog post are the responsibility of Thermador alone and do not imply an opinion or endorsement on the part of the American Gas Association.

Tracy Burleson

About Tracy Burleson

As Communications Director for the American Gas Association, Tracy serves as editor and publisher of American Gas magazine. In addition, she works to increase the visibility of natural gas in the residential market with a focus on opportunities to expand the use of natural gas in new construction. Her other responsibilities include projects to expand AGA’s work in the international energy community. Previously, Tracy served as director of residential programs at the Propane Educations & Research Council for nine years where she planned and executed the annual marketing and communications programs and instituted a formal training program for construction professionals. Tracy started her career as a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Masters of Science in Consumer Sciences from the University of Alabama.
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