One of the things I’m learning with this new stove is that I really just can’t cook.  My last stove was over 8 years old and was not only looking old & tired, but it underperformed by 2010 appliance standards.

My new Frigidare Freestanding Electric Range definitely means business.  I opted for an electric range as I have a weird aversion to gas.  My old electric took awhile to heat up on the range portion – as I assumed all electric ranges did.

It’s definitely not the case with this new stove.  I turn it on high and it’s on full heat within a matter of seconds.  It’s fabulous.  And it cooks like a dream. 

Not to mention that the stove part is also more efficient.  I don’t know how 350 degrees isn’t just 350 degrees for every stove, but it just isn’t.

Lastly, I have yet to use but am excited to start using the keep warm drawer.  See the drawer at the bottom in the picture?  I’m currently using it for storage of pots and pans but I plan to clear it out soon to actually use it for it’s intent – which is to turn on the warming feature to keep side dishes and other dinner items warm when I need to.

I wrote this review while participating in a Test Drive Campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Frigidaire and will be receiving a Frigidaire Refrigerator, Range/Microwave, Washer/Dryer set, and a Dishwasher to facilitate my review.  To read more of my reviews, check out my Frigidaire Moms section on Mommies with Style.


  1. Judy Pomeroy says

    wow- i do like the concept of the warming drawer. . I do entertain a fair amount , for largish crowds. . so indeed I could use that feature!
    my current stove/oven is ‘getting whiskers’ as well. . one of these days, i’ll be in the market. .
    i will definitely check out this Frigidaire Range.

  2. Interesting insight, amazed I never thought of that by myself

  3. That stove looks pretty gorgeous as an electric range too!


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