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Ancient Times Ancient Egyptians, Jews and Romans, as well as other civilizations, had made stone/brick wood-fired ovens to make bread and other baked goods. These ovens are similar to modern pizza ovens
Colonial America Beehive-shaped ovens which were temperature controlled by the wood to ash ratio in the oven. These ovens where used to make bread in Colonial America
Single source ovens By the end of the 18-century single source cast, iron stoves became very popular in large kitchens all over the world. But not yet popular in household kitchens.
Gas Stoves The first use of gas for cooking was in Leicester, England, in 1802. It took another three decades for the gas stove to be mass produced around the world. These gas stoves were created by Englishman James Sharp. they became popular because they were easier to control.
Electric Stoves Not long after electricity was widely introduced into homes, the electric stove came into play. The earliest models were developed by Thomas Ahearn a Canadian
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