In our complex world, even the most seemingly mundane objects have hidden depths. Take, for instance, the common oven, a marvel of technology that’s often overlooked. But what about that drawer beneath the oven? Many assume it’s for storage, but it has a more ingenious purpose.
Originally, this drawer was designed to keep baked goods warm. It serves as a makeshift warming oven, maintaining food’s core temperature. No more serving lukewarm dishes to your guests. However, not all ovens have this feature; some have a storage compartment instead.
Recent data from Home Depot revealed that only about 18% of oven ranges in stock include the warming feature. So, it’s essential to check your oven. If you have a warming drawer, clean it out and use it as intended. Some models even allow you to customize settings like heat level and humidity.
If your oven lacks a warming drawer, you can purchase one separately, although they tend to be expensive and designed for commercial use. In any case, it’s worth exploring your oven’s hidden potential to keep your food warm and delicious.