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36' double oven range?!?!

Posted by rebecks99 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 12, 12 at 21:43

Hi!

I have a 36" HUGE single oven range. It's a kitchenaid. I dont' love it...but mostly I need/want a double oven. Do 36" double oven ranges exist?! Please tell me they do .... I have had zero lucking searching. thanks!


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RE: 36' double oven range?!?!

I googled 36" range double oven and came up with several options. Verona and Fratelli come to mind.


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RE: 36' double oven range?!?!

Rebecks, Have you looked at Aga? The 36" Aga Legacy actually has 3 ovens, not 2. Those who have them seem to really love them.


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RE: 36' double oven range?!?!

It's a matter of logistics. 36" with multiple ovens means multiple small ovens. You won't be able to do the "American standard" of a 20 lb. roast turkey in your oven. That takes at least a 4-5 cubic foot oven to be able to accomplish. You can probably do a 12 lb. turkey in the "large" oven and a 3 pound hen in the tiny oven though, which might be closer to how most people cook 90% of the time. To get at least one American sized oven, you'll need to go to a 48" range, and you'll get one regular and one small. Move up to a 60" and you get two regular sized ovens.


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RE: 36' double oven range?!?!

TAke a look at the Fischer-Paykel if you want all gas


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RE: 36' double oven range?!?!

Yes, true about the Aga and it's 3 ovens.

They do have a great Website, lots of
pics and videos and a PDF doc with interior measurements of each if the 3 ovens, so you can see if they would suit your needs or be too small.

There are also a few Aga legacy owners on the forum. I'm thinking of Holligator, her kitchen pics are in the thread posted below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kitchen with Aga legacy


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