(Continued from page 1) Talk about your notion of the ‘kitchen of the future.’ Zabrowski: During the last 10 years we’ve seen a tremendous improvement in the technology available for commercial kitchen equipment, and we’re adding a greater degree of control, better insulation and better heat transfer efficiency in appliances to get more flexibility and production out of kitchen appliances than we ever did before. The traditional cook line with built in ...

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