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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Kill Me View Post
    Omg I want one!!!!!!!!!!!!! I terribly want a double oven and the purchase of a new oven and range is coming up very very very soon!
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    Seriously, I went to the site and found a distributor close by, they even have a working version of the one I want on display!
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    What do they have on eBay?
    2nd hand they're only fetching £100 ($150-170) over here...
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    Oh god Nov, as you know I live in the country too so it's aga-city around here and they are SUCH a pain in the arse. My dad's a heating engineer and the number of times he's had to remove the damn things because people didn't realise how irritating they are, so there are always a bunch going cheap in our second-hand listings. Yes, they look beautiful in your country kitchen, but in my opinion they're not good for modern cooking. We decided to go for a lovely gas range that looks a lot like this: and it's a total godsend, cooks everything just the way I want and it looks great in my kitchen.
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    Karis, that is so great! Lucky!
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    Now that's a nice stove. Jealous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    But, you're in the south, what would you need an aga for? Silly-Billy!!!
    (they do oil or electric powered too!)
    they sell aga here, they are >>>expensive. but i think i've just seen gas/elec ones, not solid fuel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    Now that's a nice stove. Jealous.
    So my yellow one doesn't cut the mustard??? *pout*


    I didnae know your dad was a heating engineer though Kari!
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    I love the aga, but I wouldn't want to clean it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karistiona View Post
    Oh god Nov, as you know I live in the country too so it's aga-city around here and they are SUCH a pain in the arse. My dad's a heating engineer and the number of times he's had to remove the damn things because people didn't realise how irritating they are, so there are always a bunch going cheap in our second-hand listings. Yes, they look beautiful in your country kitchen, but in my opinion they're not good for modern cooking. We decided to go for a lovely gas range that looks a lot like this: and it's a total godsend, cooks everything just the way I want and it looks great in my kitchen.
    That is gorgeous! So jealous!
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    Aw thanks guys, I love my cooker, especially having eight burners and two ovens, totally handy on christmas and whatnot. Ours was really reasonable, something like £300 because of my dads trade connections and a bit of haggling in the january sales. Its a gas hob and electric oven because we don't have mains gas out here in the boonies, just bottled or tank. I'm such a heating/cooker nerd after working for my dad for a few years

    Nov your cooker is yellow?! Jealous.
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    Aw shucks! It was that or dark green iirc? Because it's enameled a quick wipe with a cloth does it.

    We're on bottled gas too, MrN fixed 2 of those big orange bottles outside with a switching tap on them so when one emptied I can just switch the other one on. They last for an absolute age & that way we always have a full one. Living in the booneys mean you can't always get to the gas shop!
    £300 for that is a bargain Kari! Are you in your own place again now? I must have missed that???
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    i love it, kari!
    mine's half the size but it's a similar set-up: gas stove but electric oven. and it's a convection oven, which i love. and i've got one electric burner in the middle of the gas ones on the stove which is great when you want to put something on very low heat just to keep it warm or something.
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    This thread has turned into cooker porn, I love it. Ooh Sputty I'm jealous of your warming burner, we used to have that in our old house and it was brilliant although I'm such a cooking heathen that it was mostly used for keeping french toast warm on Sunday mornings for everybody,nothing fancy!

    Ahh nice one Nov, the yellow enamelled ones look really swish as my mum would say our gas bottles last forever too, it's braw*. My housing situation is complex at the moment lol I'm still living with my folks and my sister but in my house that I had bought with my ex, and my parents are renting out their house while it's on the market. My house is about to go up for sale too so I can finally get a wee flat of my own, huzzah!

    *apologies, forgot that not everybody speaks Scottish. Braw = brilliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karistiona View Post
    This thread has turned into cooker porn, I love it. Ooh Sputty I'm jealous of your warming burner, we used to have that in our old house and it was brilliant although I'm such a cooking heathen that it was mostly used for keeping french toast warm on Sunday mornings for everybody,nothing fancy!

    Ahh nice one Nov, the yellow enamelled ones look really swish as my mum would say our gas bottles last forever too, it's braw*. My housing situation is complex at the moment lol I'm still living with my folks and my sister but in my house that I had bought with my ex, and my parents are renting out their house while it's on the market. My house is about to go up for sale too so I can finally get a wee flat of my own, huzzah!

    *apologies, forgot that not everybody speaks Scottish. Braw = brilliant.
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