New gas range that cooks during power outages?
A 40-inch 1915 Glenwood gas range came with my 1835 house. 23 years later, we are down to two stovetop burners and one knob. (We use pliers or keep moving the knob to the burner we want to adjust.)
Through blizzards and hurricanes, we have cooked and baked and roasted through weeklong power outages. (We have a old gas boiler with a bimetal thermostat, so that works without power, too.)
Looking at new ranges, they seem full of electronic controls and features that depend on electricity.
Is it possible to find a gas range with manual knobs, two ovens (or one and a separate broiler) that does not depend on electricity for more than an oven light or clock? Doesn't have to be 40 inches, but can't be wider.