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14 comments

  1. January 15, 2015
    michelle

    u may have sold me back to gas! we have propane not natural gas (which burns hotter and non uniformed), and the one thing that I couldn’t stand was the whole “low is pretty much guaranteed to burn your food and make u feel like Cinderella trying to clean the pot” and was going to electric (we have dual option the original builders out in electric and gas option yea) and I luv the sleek look of the top being one level. the white ice is beautiful!

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    • January 22, 2015
      Tara

      Oh, I think that the simmer burner is the best thing ever. I’m the worst for getting distracted by the kids or something else in the kitchen – and burned food is such a bummer. I’ve only cooked on propane in my trailer, and as camping food is always a bit hurried and slapdash, I’ve never really noticed that it’s hotter – but that’s good information to have!

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  2. January 15, 2015
    Marilyn

    Wow, what an amazing oven and your kitchen is absolutely amazing! We are looking at doing a massive kitchen renovation and I just may be picking up some white ice appliances!

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    • January 22, 2015
      Tara

      I can’t wait to read all about your renovation. Have you ever gone through a kitchen reno before? Thank goodness for renovation amnesia. (But it’s worth it in the end!)

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  3. January 15, 2015
    amy @ one artsy mama

    oooh, fancy! I want your whole kitchen, girl! My mom has a gas stove; I know exactly what you mean about the click-click! Whenever our power goes out I wish I had one too.

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    • January 22, 2015
      Tara

      We haven’t had a power outage with the stove yet, but it will be nice to be able to cook sans electricity. Yet another bonus for the stove! 🙂

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  4. January 15, 2015
    Ange @ Cowgirl Runs

    I’d like to come over and pet your stove. It’s purdy.

    I had gas and had to say good-bye to it when I moved and I miss it so so much. One day gas and I will be reuinted.

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    • January 22, 2015
      Tara

      Aww… thank you, Ange. I hope that you do get to have a gas stove again. I would find it hard to give up the flame!

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  5. January 20, 2015
    Jo-Anna

    Oh your kitchen is so gorgeous! And your stove…it’s the stuff dreams are made of! I too dream of the tick-tick-tick one day! Enjoy!

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    • January 22, 2015
      Tara

      Jo-Anna – you SHOULD have a gas stove. The way you cook and bake!?? You’d do amazing things with it! And thank you for your compliments. It’s so lovely to have this kitchen back together again.

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  6. February 23, 2015
    Eliza B.

    It really looks fabulous! Congrats for having it! Having gas stoves is really convenient! I have gas for many years and I love cooking this way! Greets, Lamorbey Carpet Cleaners Ltd.

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  7. December 5, 2015
    Benjamin

    So many great ideas! Thanks!

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  8. October 24, 2017
    Sara Hussey

    Hi! I’m interested in this stove! I’m curious have you had any problems since it’s been installed? I’ve read some reviews about the stove needing repairs but I’m not sure if those are just flukes.

    Thank you1

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    • October 24, 2017
      Tara

      Hi Sara,

      No, we’ve had zero issues with the stove so far. Do you remember what the repairs were that people reported? So far, it’s worked just as well as the first day we installed it!

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