For the first time in my grown up life we are about to by a brand new cooker - I would really like a range type cooker but really dont know if getting one with two ovens are worth it, as the small ones seem very small. They don't even look like you could warm a plate in there.
We can only get one that is 90cm wide to fit in the space - so would I be better off just getting one big oven?
I figure any cooker is better than all the 2nd hand ones we have had for the last 15 years - Boring post but any top tips gratefullt recieved.
I've got the 90cm. I use the small one quite a bit. It heats up much more quickly and it is worth buying special trays that fit the space exactly. I use it for fish fingers etc. It's perfect when you are doing a roast and the meat can go in the main oven but veggies or dessert can go in the smaller.
Just one thing - if you are getting a new kitchen and the oven manufacturer are offering a new free dishwasher as part of their package DON'T do it. It is such a RUBBISH dishwasher for so many reasons we are actually buying a new one after 4 months and not even bothering to get it repaired.
HI we looked into this at the beginning of the year and found we couldn't fit a plate in the small one and had trouble finding and type of dish that would fit it. So we went the whole hog and knocked out a cupboard and got a 110cm. Which I must say is fantastic.
We have the following rangemaster and it is fantastic. Most of the time we only use one oven but have the plate warmed, griddle and other oven just in case.
It's all easy to clean. Got a couple of oven liners from Lakeland to keep the ovens clean.