Cooking most meals at home is the norm for a lot of people now. This means many of us are putting our ovens to the test with lots of wear and tear. You may even be thinking of buying a new one to up your cooking game. And if that's the case, you'll want to think about the type of stove that'll best meet your needs. Freestanding, slide-in, and drop-in are all styles to consider when shopping. Plus, you'll want to consider special features like air frying and self-cleaning. Here's our break down on some of the best stainless steel gas stoves to get you started.
This oven from Samsung is consistently rated one of the best stainless steel gas stoves. It has earned tons of praise for cooking evenly, thanks to the convection heating capability, and it has a spacious oven with a large cooking window for viewing. Plus, the five-burner cooktop includes a removable griddle. The price point isn't bad either.
This professional style freestanding range from Bosch is pricey but worth every penny. The slightly larger-than-standard size has lots of room for roasting entire meals or baking. Additionally, the enamel-coated grates can be put in the dishwasher, and they're connected so it's easier to slide pots and pans around on the cooktop. We also love that the oven door has soft-close hinges so it never slams shut.
Here's another high-priced but worth-the-investment stainless steel oven with convection capabilities; this one's from Wolf. This professional range features four dual-stacked sealed burners which allow you to control temperatures. The infrared interior broiler gives you crispier crusts and faster sears.
Another somewhat affordable stainless steel gas stove, this freestanding model from GE features traditional thermal baking technology and has self-cleaning capabilities with an extra large griddle top. You can cook up to six grilled cheese sandwiches at once. What more do you need in an appliance?
With five burners and two ovens, this gas stove offers plenty of cooking space to prepare several courses at once. It's perfect for entertaining and those big holiday meals. The griddle is even flat on one side with a grill on the other. Plus, it has two extra-large 18K burners. If this isn't the ultimate multitasker we don't know what is.
A favorite home range for professional chefs, this stainless steel stove from BlueStar has open burners, a precise 130-degree Farenheit simmer burner, integrated wok cooking, an extra large convection oven space, and an 1850 degree Farenheit infrared broiler. We may all magically become five-star cooks with this in our kitchen.
Pricey but a top pick on many best stainless steel stove lists, this sleek slide-in range from Miele has all the bells and whistles and then some. We dig the four dual-stacked burners with controlled simmer capacity, the twin convection fan oven, and the soft-close oven door.