|Re: common house kitchen stove||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Gary Kent (garykenttelus.net)|
|Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2013 18:33:07 -0700 (PDT)|
We have a 6 burner Blue Star gas stove (a Garland basically), a standard domestic gas drop in stove top and an electric wall oven with convection.
Whichever stove you buy make sure it can heat up a large pot of water in 15 to 20 minutes. A good gas stove with 22000 BTU will do that. We would have loved to have had a dual gas/electric stove with convection, as a gas oven, even with a fan is not convection. Pricey though.
With 30 or so diners the width of a commercial type stove is very useful for those wide pans particularly for oven roasted veggies.
Gas stoves these days do not have a pilot light (electronic ignitions) and codes these days make them pretty darn safe. I never smell gas from our stoves.
I am a cook and I love 'cookin with gas.' No more electric stoves for me.Our vents are high end domestic ones with good lighting and very quiet fans.
Good luck, Gary Kent Roberts Creek Cohousing on the west coast of BC.
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