Sub-Zero and Wolf Rebate Offer and Kitchen Package Rebate

Receive Up to $750 rebate offer on your new gas range

Stop by Cole’s Appliance & Furniture Co. and place your order before December 31 to save on your Wolf Gas Range with up to $750 Rebate Offer. Call now at 773-525-1797.

Give your kitchen an iconic centerpiece. Wolf gas, dual fuel and new induction ranges are unmistakable heirs of the cooking instruments that have been the choice of professionals for eight decades – and are now the favorite of discerning home cooks. Dual-stacked gas burners or induction zones provide precise control from high end to low, while Wolf's famed dual convection oven delivers consistently delicious cooking results.

Wolf Gas Range $500 rebate

Wolf Gas Ranges:

Refined in the uncompromising environment of professional kitchens, with the precise control of dual-stacked, sealed burners topside and the power of a gas oven below. Earn $500 Rebate

Wolf Dual Fuel Ranges $750 Rebate

Wolf Dual Fuel Ranges:

Gas cooking topside with the precise control of dual-stacked, sealed burners, and the even cooking performance of an electric dual convection oven below. Earn $750 Rebate

Wolf Induction Cooking Ranges $650 rebate

Wolf Induction Ranges:

The sleek look and speed of induction cooking topside with the even cooking performance of an electric dual convection oven below oven. Earn $650 Rebate

Sub-Zero and Wolf Ranges Rebate

GAS RANGES

You've cooked with gas for years. But never with this kind of precision and power – perfected by Wolf through over eight decades in professional kitchens. Dual-stacked sealed burners deliver powerful highs down to delicate lows, while the convection oven provides the moist heat so beloved by bakers.

Choose 30", 36", 48" or the imposing 60", and configure the cooktop to suit your style, with griddle, broiler or even French top options.

Sub-zero and Wolf Ranges Rebase Special

DUAL FUEL RANGES

Discover a new world of cooking – the best of two worlds, actually. Topside: Wolf gas cooking in all its glory, with the power and control of dual-stacked, sealed burners. Below: that marvel of cooking technology, the Wolf dual convection electric oven, with two fans and four heating elements for consistent heat across all racks.

Available in 30", 36", 48" or 60", with cooktop configurations that include griddle, broiler and French top options

Sub-Zero and Wolf Induction Ranges Rebate

INDUCTION RANGES

Now there's an exciting new alternative to gas. Wolf induction ranges give you a cooktop with incredible speed and control – boils water faster than gas, and has almost instantaneous temperature control, yet also gives you ultra-low, steady simmers and melts. Down below, the famed Wolf dual convection oven bakes and roasts with reliably even heat.

Available in professional and transitional styles, in 30" and 36" sizes – the 36" size is exclusive to Wolf.

Hoods and Ventilation

Wolf Ranges Hoods and Ventilation Systems

BRILLIANT FORM AND FUNCTION

Behind the sculpted lines of Wolf hoods, there's a lot of hard-nosed thinking. Bright LED lighting with multiple settings to illuminate the cooking surface. Powerful multi-speed blowers to whisk away smoke and odors. Earn $150 Rebate.

Special range rebate offers until Dec. 31st. Call us at 773-525-1797 with any questions or visit us at our Lincoln Avenue Showroom.


Need more than just your range? Receive $1,00 rebate on an when you purchase a qualifying Sub-Zero and Wolf appliance package.

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2018 Top 10 Turkey Tips from Subzero, Wolf & Cove.

Thanksgiving Tips and Turkey Recipes from our partners at Subzero, Wolf & Cove.

For many, Thanksgiving is the biggest culinary event of the year. Have confidence that the meal you have in mind will be the one you bring to the table. We've collected answers to the top ten turkey questions from Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove owners, a step-by-step plan, and our favorite Thanksgiving recipes. Then, watch it all come together as one of our corporate chefs prepares a Thanksgiving meal for his family. Here's to a delicious holiday season.

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Top Ten Turkey Tips for Thanksgiving, Subzero, Wolf & Cove
Top Ten Turkey Tips for Thanksgiving Turkey, Subzero, Wolf and Cove
  1. How to defrost a turkey, which oven modes to use, and more.

    If you’re thawing your turkey in the refrigerator, allow approximately 24 hours for every 4.5 lbs. Put it in a pan to catch the moisture. If it’s the day before, or even the morning of, and you’ve forgotten to thaw, don’t panic. Submerge your turkey in water, changing the water every 30 minutes. Allow 30 mins per lb. for example, a 5 hour soak for a 10-pound turkey, and so on.

  2. Should I buy a fresh or frozen turkey?

    We prefer a fresh turkey, which should be ordered at least a few weeks ahead of time and can be kept for up to 2 days in the refrigerator. But a frozen turkey can be delicious too and is usually less expensive. Just don’t forget to thaw it.

  3. What Size Turkey should I buy?

    At a minimum, estimate one pound per dinner guest. If your family loves leftovers, get an even bigger turkey – approximately, 1½ to 2 pounds per person.

  4. To Brine or Not to Brine?

    This is one of the eternal debates, one you can only answer by trying both methods for Proponents of brining say it makes for a moister, more flavorful bird, while opponents say it makes it harder to get a crispy skin. You might try dry brining – rubbing salt on your turkey the night before cooking it. That has worked well for Subzero and Wolf.

  5. Should I stuff my Turkey?

    Stuffing the bird requires that you overcook the meat because the stuffing has to be at least 165 degrees before it’s pulled from the oven. Cook the stuffing in a separate dish and use some good stock for the liquid.

  6. What do I do with the giblets?

    This consists of the heart, liver and gizzards, usually in a paper bag with the neck inside the turkey. Throw out the liver, and use the rest for gravy – or just throw it all out, and nobody will be the wiser.

  7. How do I use a temperature probe?

    In our experience, this is a problem area for many cooks, but it doesn’t have to be. Just insert the probe horizontally into the thickest part of the thigh, burying as much of the shaft as possible. Set the probe for 180 degrees. When the chime sounds, indicating the proper internal temperature has been reached, remove the turkey and reinsert the probe in the other thigh to check doneness.

  8. What cooking mode should I use in my Wolf oven or range?

    We recommend Convection Roast at 300 degrees for a traditional turkey, or bake at 350 degrees for a brined turkey. If you’re using a Wolf convection steam oven, we recommend Convection Humid at 350 degrees.

  9. How long will it take to cook my turkey?

    Plan for 10-15 minutes per pound - toward the lower end with Convection Roast, toward the higher end with Bake. After you remove your turkey from the oven, let it rest for 15-20 minutes before carving.

  10. How long does cooked turkey last in the refrigerator.

    Sadly, turkey leftovers will keep for only about three days. But you can always cook a turkey for the next holiday too.


How to make a Traditional Thanksgiving Turkey by our Partners at Subzero, Wolf & Cove

How to make a Traditional Turkey on Thanksgiving, 10 Tips for Thanksgiving Turkey, Subzero, Wolf and Cove

PREPARATION METHOD

The Day Before
(12 to 15 hours before roasting):

In a large clean 5-gallon bucket, mix cider, water salt and brown sugar until fully dissolved. Twelve to 15 hours before roasting, place turkey in brine. Cover and refrigerate in Sub-Zero refrigerator or outside if it is between 20-40°F (-7-4°C).  

The Roasting Day
Bake Mode: (with brined turkey)

Preheat Wolf oven in BAKE at 325°F (163°C). Rinse turkey with cold water and pat dry with paper toweling. Mix together butter and herbs and gently tuck under the skin over the turkey breast. Place turkey, breast side up, on a roasting rack on the roasting pan. Insert temperature probe into the turkey thigh and set for 180°F (82°C). Roast until temperature probe chimes the temperature has been reached. Remove the probe and insert it into the other thigh to double check the internal temperature has reached 180°F. Remove turkey from oven and allow to rest uncovered for 30 minutes to 1 hour.

Cooking time in BAKE mode will be approximately 10-15 minutes per pound, though the actual time depends on many variables, including the weight and temperature of the turkey before cooking.

Alternate Cooking Mode
Convection Roast Mode: (with turkey that is not brined)

If you don't have time to brine your turkey it is recommended to use CONVECTION ROAST mode.

Preheat Wolf oven in CONVECTION ROAST at 300°F (149°C). Rinse turkey with cold water and pat dry with paper toweling. Mix together butter and herbs and gently tuck under the skin over the turkey breast. Place turkey, breast side up, on a roasting rack on the roasting pan. Insert temperature probe into the turkey thigh and set for 180°F (82°C). Roast until temperature probe chimes the temperature has been reached. Remove the probe and insert it into the other thigh to double check the internal temperature has reached 180°F. Remove turkey from oven and allow to rest uncovered for 30 minutes to 1 hour.

Cooking time in CONVECTION ROAST mode will be approximately 10-15 minutes per pound, though the actual time depends on many variables, including the weight and temperature of the turkey before cooking.

Basting Tips

In either mode, basting your turkey is optional. If you elect to baste, do so no more than once every half hour.

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