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There’s a beauty and a burden with smart induction cooktops: Yes, they hold temperatures precisely and keep you from burning your steak, but there is also a learning curve in thinking about stovetop cooking in terms of degrees, like 175 degrees Fahrenheit, instead of a level, like medium-low. But there are benefits. If you find just the right amount of flame on your gas burner for melting but not burning a pot of chocolate, it might not be easy to remember exactly how far you turned the knob the next time around. That is why Hestan , maker of the Hestan Cue smart countertop induction cooker , wants to bring its precision control technology into full-size gas and induction cooktops. At KBI... Full story

13 January