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Hard-work­ing cook­ers for a restau­rant-qual­ity kitchen

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FOOL­PROOF For those who may not be nat­u­rals when it comes to cook­ing, the Flex in­duc­tion cook­top by Gagge­nau helps elim­i­nate the guess­work. Its in­tu­itive sur­face will au­to­mat­i­cally ad­just the heat zone to the size of pot placed on top, can in­crease fry­ing heat in­cre­men­tally but evenly, and will ad­just tem­per­a­ture lev­els (us­ing an at­tach­able sen­sor) to pre­vent boil-overs or scorch­ing. Avail­able in widths of 30 and 36 inches and with or with­out a stain­less steel frame, the heat zones can be used in­di­vid­u­ally or com­bined into one large cook­ing sur­face. $5,550, gagge­nau.com

À LA CARTE No two cooks work the same way, so Jenn-air’s Mod­ule Cook­tops al­low users to pick only the el­e­ments they want and ar­range them to cre­ate a tai­lored station. The five 15-inch com­po­nents in­clude an in­duc­tion cook­top, an elec­tric grid­dle, an in­duc­tion wok and a sin­gle- or two-burner gas cook­top, all of which sit flush with the counter. $1,500 to $3,300 each, jen­nair.com

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