Trivection oven

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The Trivection oven is a convection microwave created by General Electric, which combines radiant heat, convection, and microwaves for customized cooking. According to GE, it cooks food five times faster than a traditional oven.[1] Alton Brown, host of Good Eats, was involved in developing the oven.[2]

In popular culture

The product was featured in the pilot of the American situation comedy 30 Rock, in which the character Jack Donaghy describes the product, claiming to have invented it himself and pegging it as his "greatest triumph" after years and years of market research.[3][4]

See also


  1. ^ GE Profile Ovens with Trivection Technology Combine Three Cooking Energies to Deliver Great Food, Fast Archived 2010-12-26 at the Wayback Machine, press release, from
  2. ^ Thursday Bram (2008-08-01). "Alton Brown teams up with GE". CNET. CBS Interactive.
  3. ^ mark (2006-10-12). "Great Moments In Shitergy: '30 Rock' And The G.E. Trivection Oven". Gawker.
  4. ^ Maya Bazar (2006-10-16). "Trivection Oven". Archived from the original on 2006-11-01.

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