induction hob size
We're going to install an induction cooktop in our upcoming kitchen update. Several posters have said that a pan on an induction cooktop can exceed the hob size by about an inch or so, and still have adequate cooking. If I regularly use a 10.5 inch pan, and occasionally use a 12 inch pot(bottom measurements), is it best to get a cooktop with a large (11") hob or will an 8.75" hob be adequate? We're debating between the Wolf 36" (with one 11" hob) and 30" (8.75" hob max) induction cooktops.