Stop by and check out one of our amazing Live Cooking Demonstrations this Summer!    And feel free to share if you know someone looking for appliances!  This is a great chance to get to see the product live in action and visit with our Manufacturer reps.   We hope to see you at Capital soon.


Why attend Cooking Demos at Capital?

Why choosing a Cooking Demo may help you find the Brand for you?

With so many appliance brands and features to choose from, finding the right product can be overwhelming!  We offer Complimentary Cooking Demos throughout the week on many brands displayed at Capital.   Experiencing the products first hand and tasting the difference of cooking with Steam vs Convection can be a game changer in cooking for many families!

Visit one of our upcoming Cooking Demos and compare brands and product features!  Find our  Spring Cooking Demo schedule here on our blog or frequently posted on our Facebook page @capitaldistributing.

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Whether you are looking to replace just one appliance or remodeling an entire Kitchen, our team at Capital would love the opportunity to show you the different brands we carry and help you find the perfect fit!

Seasoning & Cleaning your Griddle

Sub Zero / Wolf

Wolf - Kitchen Appliances - Capital Distributing

 Tips for Seasoning and Cleaning your Griddle…


Turn on ventilation. • Griddle has a protective coating that must be removed before use. Use hot water and mild detergent to remove. Rinse and dry. • Push and turn control knob counterclockwise to 350°F (175°C) and heat for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, turn to OFF and allow to cool. • While surface is still slightly warm, pour a small amount of peanut oil or vegGriddle_Pancake_DF_SRTetable oil on a paper towel and spread evenly. • Push and turn control knob to 350°F (175°C). Heat until griddle begins to smoke, then turn to OFF and allow to cool. Once cool, wipe off any excess oil.



Scrape grease into grease collection tray after every use. • When surface has cooled, wipe with a paper towel to remove excess grease or oil. • After each use, reapply a small amount of peanut or vegetable oil on a paper towel and spread evenly. • Every now and then, remove seasoning by pouring 1/2 cup (120 ml) warm water and 1 teaspoon (5 ml) griddle cleaner onto griddle and scrape residue into grease collection tray, then empty. When dry, reapply a small amount of oil for seasoning.