warming drawer -- how versatile are they really?
We are planning for a Dacor 24 inch warming drawer (to stack beneath a 24 inch MW and a 24 inch Gagg combi steam. Any thoughts on this model WD?
Most people I speak to tell me that they use the warming drawer when kids or a spouse come home late and can have their dinner plate waiting for them nice and warm.
I was wondering if you could also use it to bring food from the fridge up to eating temp. for instance, if I make lamb shanks or some other slow cooked meal in the evening and then put it in the fridge before I go to sleep, could someone then take it out of fridge and pop it into the warming drawer 1-2 hours before dinner instead of using the MW or oven?