The Hottest New Ovens and Ranges
LG Smart Oven
The LG Smart Oven is iPhone compatible: Cooks can adjust oven temperature and cooking time from their mobile phones. No price yet; lge.com.
Capital Conoisseurian Series
The new Conoisseurian line from Capital has pro-strength gas burners, a convection oven, a motorized rotisserie, a moist-roasting mode and a super- quiet fan. It also comes in 10 colors. From $6,670; capital-cooking.com.
Dacor Renaissance Wall Oven
Dacor’s wall ovens come with new standard features, like a built-in meat temperature probe and a 30-minute steam-cleaning cycle. From $3,000; dacor.com.
Wolf Convection Steam Oven
The combination of convection and steam in Wolf's new oven cooks food quickly; steam heat keeps food moist, reducing the need for oil or butter. $3,500; subzero-wolf.com.
Combi-Steam/Convect™ Oven - VCSO
At only 22 inches wide, this built-in or freestanding Viking model is a convection oven, steam oven and microwave all in one. From $1,800; vikingrange.com.
Thermador 30 inch Professional Series Single Oven POD301J
Manual dials and controls give this Thermador a vintage look. Still, it performs like a modern oven, heating up to 325 degrees in just seven minutes. Special hydraulic hinges make Thermador's heavy door easy to close and prevent it from slamming shut. From $3,000; thermador.com.
Bertazzoni Design Series
Italian company Bertazzoni allows customers to mix and match heating elements—gas burners, griddles and induction burners—in a single cooktop. From $1,250; bertazzoni.com.