The Multi-Chamber Microwave Cooking Appliance provides for at least two microwave cooking ovens and a beverage heating unit. Each of the ovens and the heating unit are operated and controlled independently from each other.
Inventor Andrew C. Lavenziano of Little Ferry, NJ has created a multi-chamber microwave cooking appliance that provides for at least two microwave cooking ovens and a beverage heating unit. Each of the ovens and the heating unit are operated and controlled independently from each other.
Among the many modern conveniences that we all have come to rely on, there are few that rival the dependency and widespread use of the microwave oven. Whether it is used to thaw foods, reheat leftovers, heat hot beverages, or cook prepared meals, use of the microwave is just the remedy for todays fast-paced lifestyles. Some foods may require cooking, while others require warming, and yet others may require defrosting. Since the microwave can only operate on one setting at one time, users are forced to wait until one food is done before the other is started. This means that the food being warmed or cooked initially is now getting cold. While additional microwaves can be added, the needed space is not often available. Inventor Lavenziano has created a means by which various food and beverages can be heated in a microwave simultaneously.
This clever new invention heats various foods and beverages at the same time. It saves counter space. Food won't cool off. The device is convenient for lunchrooms in the workplace. It is great for homes or restaurants. The use of the Multi-Chamber Microwave Cooking Appliance heats several foods and beverages at the same time in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.