Learn to love induction cooking on February 3

by Contributed Content on February 2, 2022

Peninsula Clean Energy is hosting a webinar featuring Chef Mark Duesler on how to make a delicious dessert using an induction cooktop on Thursday, February 3 from noon to 1:00 p.. Chef Mark will demonstrate how to use the fast, even heating, and precise temperature control of an induction cooktop to make a perfect chocolate banana crepe.

Along the way, he’ll explain how modern induction cooking works and why it’s so much better than old technologies like methane gas cooking. Bring your questions for the Q&A session at the end.

Register for this event and you’ll be automatically entered into a drawing to win a free induction cooktop.



Ole Agesen February 02, 2022 at 6:50 pm

Thank you Chef Duesler for this event!

It is timely and it is great to hear from a real Chef that cooking with gas isn’t better, nor the only cool (hot? 🙂 option.

Stanford’s recent study demonstrates two significant problems with gas (and “dual fuel”) stoves:


Just to summarize, (1) methane leaks are common and happen even when the range is not in use; (2) potentially dangerous levels of NOX (nitrogen oxides) can accumulate indoors when natural gas is burned without using kitchen fan.


Ole Agesen February 02, 2022 at 6:52 pm

Apologies for malformed link to Stanford study. I hope this link works:


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