oven

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  • The second image is more common that the final one, having an oven only to one side.
  • In addition, instead of an open fire an oven can be used.
  • The daughter took him out but could not push him into the oven.
  • Run them into a well heated oven for a few minutes before serving. Cited from Favorite Dishes, by Carrie V. Shuman
  • In at least one case, a woman was taken to court for having killed her child in an oven.
  • Its most popular product was their built-in wall oven.
  • The gas oven saw its first use as early as the beginning of the 19th century as well.
  • Much of the food is prepared over an open fire or in Dutch ovens.
  • After some time, water came and filled their ovens, putting them out and driving the spirit away.
  • The most common may be to heat the oven from below.
  • Some used the ovens as short- or long-term living quarters.
  • There were seven double (and one single) ovens situated in front of the buildings.
  • To the west were ground-floor service rooms, probably including a kitchen, with ovens.
  • The stone oven did not appear until the Roman period.
  • Each one of these rooms has a small oven to cook.
  • These were set twelve inches apart and ran right around the circular oven.
  • It can be served straight from the oven or at room temperature.
  • Reach-in ovens are meant for different industrial applications that may need uniform temperature throughout.
  • Over time, the Dutch oven used in the American colonies began to change.
  • Within ten years of their construction the ovens fell into disuse when the mines closed.
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Synonyms of oven

Meaning of oven

  • noun Kitchen appliance used for baking or roasting