Historically, Memorial Day is reserved to remember our fallen soldiers and pay tribute to their courage and sacrifice. Today, that is certainly the focus but the ceremony surrounding the federal holiday has come to also include the kickoff of Summer with fireworks, family, and of course, food. Space can get tight with large family gatherings and if your fridge can’t handle it, then your next backyard barbecue could become more of a headache than a hangout.
Having the peace of mind that there is plenty of space in your refrigerator can make all the difference with a lot of people milling about. Upgrade to one of the many wonderful Sub Zero appliances, such as the 42″ Built in Side-by-Side Refrigerator with External Water/Ice Dispenser, and you’ll know what we’re talking about. Not only does it have the room you need for all the burgers and hotdogs, but it’s the extras that just might make the party. Air purification system that keeps food fresh for longer, and also a water purification system that rids tap water of impurities keeping everyone hydrated and healthy.
Make sure you stop by the Drimmers store to discover the other great options from the variety of quality manufacturers such as Wolf Applicances. But make sure you act fast, because Summer is here and what better time than this Memorial Day to kick off a great season of backyard fun?
The procedures and traditions surrounding academic graduation ceremonies differ around the world. Singing has a large part in the Japanese schools curriculum and is also a big part of graduation. The first song is Japan’s national anthem, followed by the city song and the school song. At this point, or after diplomas, the lower class sings to the graduating class, and the graduating class to the lower class. Then everyone sings together. Filipinos take part in a graduation ceremony every time they complete an educational level. Member institutions of the University of Wales hold their graduation ceremonies almost entirely in the Welsh language. Some of the older universities may hold their graduation ceremonies in Latin, even though few students understand this language.
As graduations and senior weekends around the country commence, the time is now to provide yourself or your new academic with a whole different set of tools to succeed in the real world. How about kitchen tools and appliances? The Sub-Zero side-by-side refrigerator/freezer has dual refrigeration, which is more compelling than ever in these energy conscious times. By dividing the work between refrigerator and freezer, two compressors help conserve energy while preserving food’s goodness. Check out all our sub-zero appliances and all of our other discount kitchen appliances online today only at Drimmers.com!
Mother’s Day is almost here, and so there’s no better time to find great discount kitchen appliances to improve your mom’s experience when she cooks you all your favorites. West Virginian Anna Jarvis successfully campaigned for a national holiday honoring the contributions of mothers, particularly to health and sanitation reforms of the early 20th century, which was confirmed with the first official US Mother’s Day being celebrated in 1914. Nine years later, however, commercialization of the holiday became so rampant that Anna Jarvis herself became a major opponent of what the holiday had become and spent all her inheritance and the rest of her life fighting what she saw as an abuse of the celebration.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Appreciating and honoring your mom needn’t be rampantly commercial, it is true. Maybe you could actually cook her something for once. And where to store the leftovers? This Classic Stainless Sub-Zero dispenser offers convenient side-by-side refrigeration along with an ice and water dispenser through the refrigerator door. Sub-Zero dual refrigeration, water filtration and new air purification systems guard freshness like nothing before. Overlay and stainless steel models are available. The flush inset design installation allows the unit to sit flush with surrounding cabinetry. Check out all of our great sub-zero appliances online today at Drimmers.com and find the fridge, gas range, or grill that is perfect for you!
Happy May Day, everyone! The earliest May Day celebrations appeared in pre-Christian times. But May Day may be best known for its tradition of dancing the maypole dance and crowning of the Queen of the May, a young girl who presides over the festival and acts as a personification of the holiday, and of Springtime. Or, as those of us who love good food and discount kitchen appliances know it, the season of grilling. For instance, check out this sweet pro series Viking appliances like this 500 Series Grill with TruSear. Its features include:
- Capture and create flavor as grill drippings become smoke atop our newly designed Black Diamond briquette flavor generator system. In addition to providing smokey flavor, it generates even heat distribution while protecting the burner from debris.
- Eat sooner as a short preheat time and intense infrared heat sizzles thick, juicy steaks, seafood, or vegetables to lock in flavor.
- Easy-to-read hermetically-sealed, numerical thermometer gives approximate temperatures from 0 to 750 degrees F and never fogs.
- Two halogen lights mounted on the inside of grill canopy provide ample lighting for nighttime grilling.
- The smoker box allows for smoking with wood chips or enjoying extra grilling space by removing it altogether.
- An elegant ray of blue light washes over each control knob for nighttime grilling.
Microwaves heating of food was discovered entirely on accident. In 1945, shortly after high-powered microwave radar transmitters were developed and widely disseminated in WWII, Percy Spencer, an American self-taught engineer was working on an active radar set when he noticed that a Mr. Goodbar he had in his pocket started to melt – the radar had melted his chocolate bar with microwaves. The first food to be deliberately cooked with Spencer’s microwave was, of course, popcorn.
Cooking times for certain foods are actually faster using a microwave than using a built-in oven. Even your grandmother would approve of this Viking Convection Microwave Oven microwave with heat and brown settings such as ConvecBroil, ConvecRoast, ConvecBake, and manual convection. Like all professional Viking appliances, it has more than one obvious value. It can be used not only as a microwave, but as a second oven as well.
Its features include:
- Removable racks allow you to cook two things at once.
- Customizable with trim kit option.
- Prevent unwanted use and avoid action figure meltdowns with the child safety lock.
- Convection microwave cookbook comes standard with unit
- Instant sensor settings for cooking, re-heating foods, and popping popcorn
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Getting ready for the summer heat has never been a more chill process. Drimmers clearance sale continues, featuring all kinds of Sub Zero appliances, everything from washers and dryers to range hoods to outdoor grills. But once you have finished cooking and gotten BBQ sauce off of your shirt, what about the leftovers? No worries, we have great refrigerators, large and small. Check out, for instance, this Viking 24″ Undercounter Refrigerator with a clear glass door and option to install handle on either the right or the left, depending on the layout of your particular kitchen.
Its features include:
- Electronic Controls Electronic controls with digital temperature readout adjusts temperature from 32 to 39 degrees
- Stainless Steel Interior and Exterior Stainless steel interior and exterior cabinet.
- Forced Air Cooling System Forced Air Cooling System with 700 BTU compressor.
- Full Extension Adjustable Shelving with two full extension adjustable and removable wire shelves. Each shelf can accommodate up to 75 lbs.
- Super Quiet Super quiet 39 dB sound rating.
- Tru-Flush Tru-Flush models are able to install flush in 24″ deep cutouts for a seamless look.
Browse our entire catelog at Drimmers.com to view all our discount kitchen appliances from everyday standards like GE and Bosch to high-end performance professional models from Miele, Sub-Zero, Wolf, and others.
Pro-style ranges make a statement and since they’re typically 36- to 48-inches wide, the statement is hard to miss. If you are even remotely a fan of bells, whistles, style, or specific, high-performance cooking needs – in other words, are you ready to go the extra mile for a special ‘melt’ setting and never burn butter again – pro discount kitchen appliances may be the way to go.
For instance, Wolf Ranges offer a variety of top configurations and standard dual stacked surface burners. The optional steel griddle plate and infrared charbroiler on this 36″ Dual Fuel Range give you the freedom to customize your range, and the large electric oven features the Wolf dual convection system that delivers even temperature and airflow throughout.
- Triple pane oven door window and dual halogen lighting
- Bezels with stainless steel finish surround all knobs
- Dual-stacked sealed burners, all with simmer capabilities and automatic reignition at all settings
- Melt feature on one burner
- Stainless steel cover included with griddle and charbroiler.
- Three adjustable oven racks; one full-extension easy glide, one full-extension door glide and one standard.
Check out all our options on Viking, Sub Zero, and Wolf appliances online today, and investigate all the many discounts you can put towards them exclusively from Drimmers!
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Welcome to April. In addition to the great discounts on kitchen appliances Drimmers regularly offers, right now we are running an appliance package deal on GE Monogram ranges, ovens, vents, refrigerators, even wine reserves, for up to $2500 in total savings.
Wine refrigerators may seem like a simple promotional addition, having a dedicated wine reserve allows you to serve wine at the optimal temperatures. A white wine, such as sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and pinot grigio, should be chilled to refrigerator temperature, usually between 35 F and 38 F, for an hour and a half. If you remove the bottle from the refrigerator 20 minutes before serving, it will warm slightly, which releases the aromas. But red wines can also be chilled, though many people assume that they should be served at room temperature. It is true that they should be served warmer than white and sparkling wines, but they are generally best served slightly cooler than room temperature.
The GE Monogram® 30″ Fully Integrated Wine Refrigerator features include:
Two-zone upper compartment
Convertible lower drawer
GE unveils first HFC-free refrigerator in the U.S.
Freezer drawer with electronic icemaker
Storage for up to 106 wine bottles
LED interior lighting
Check out all of our great GE, Viking, Wolf, and Sub Zero appliances at Drimmers.com!
Great spring sales continue here at Drimmers on Sub Zero, Wolf, and Miele appliances, including inventive, innovative, and high-tech refrigerators. But refrigeration itself, while the modern versions we have online are best, people have been trying to keep cool since the dawn of time.
One such example, Yakhchal, were mainly built and used in Persia. Ice was stored in a specially designed, passively cooled refrigerator. This was a large underground space that had thick walls made out of a special mortar called sarooj, composed of sand, clay, egg whites, lime, goat hair, and ash in specific proportions, which was resistant to heat transfer. This mixture was thought to be completely water impenetrable. The space often contained a system of windcatchers or wind towers that could easily bring temperatures inside the space down to frigid levels in summer days. The ice was then used to chill treats for royalty during hot summer days and to make faloodeh, the traditional Persian frozen dessert.
Most people do not have room in their kitchens for an ancient evaporative cooler, but here is something that may fit better. The Sub-Zero side-by-side with dispenser offers convenient side-by-side refrigeration along with an ice and water dispenser through the refrigerator door. Sub-Zero dual refrigeration, water filtration and new air purification systems guard freshness like nothing before. Overlay and stainless steel models are available. The flush inset design installation allows the unit to sit flush with surrounding cabinetry. Check out this and other great kitchen appliances at Drimmers.com!
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Happy vernal equinox, everyone! On the day of the equinox, the center of the Sun spends a roughly equal amount of time above and below the horizon at every location on the Earth, so night and day are about the same length. In reality, though, the day is longer than the night at an equinox.
When Julius Caesar established his calendar in 45 BC he set March 25 as the spring equinox. Since a Julian year (365.25 days) is slightly longer than an actual year the calendar drifted with respect to the equinox, such that the equinox was occurring on about 21 March in AD 300 and by AD 1500 it had reached 11 March. It was this drift that induced Pope Gregory XIII to create the modern Gregorian calendar we still use today.
To celebrate the changing of the seasons, Drimmers has a blowout clearance sale going on, with great deals on all kinds of Miele and Sub Zero appliances,and Viking gas ranges for both in and out of the kitchen. Since grilling season is, eventually, on the way, we thought we would feature this sleek Viking 30″ Built-in Gas Grill with stainless steal burners, dual purpose grill/smoker burner, a gourmet-glo infrared rotisserie and push-button electronic ignition. It is also being offered, only through Drimmers, at a discount of $1000. For this and other red-hot clearance items, check us out online at Drimmers.com!
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