I love the idea of induction - which got GREAT reviews - but most of my cookware is All-clad copper core, and I have read that if a magnet does not stick, it won't work for induction (I tried it - worked on the Staub stuff, but not my All-clad.)
My old oven - electric coils,non-convection oven - bit the dust. Only one burner works, two layers of glass inside of the oven have shattered...it was already struggling when we bought our house (range included) 15 years ago.
So, I'm looking for a new one for under $2000. We have gas in our home, so we COULD run a gas line to the stove, but the cost of that would have to be included. I also read a few consumer reports that found that, while gas has faster temp response, electric have a wider range of temps and can maintain low temps more accurately while also heating faster. So I am open to electric...
The GE Profile PS978STSS is also recommended, but is a little more than we wanted to spend.
Thanks so much!
We are in Seattle for a couple of days, and we are trying to find some good lunch areas around our activities.
Today, we'll be going to the Ballard Locks and shopping areas.
Tomorrow, taking a ferry to Bainbridge.
Friday, a tour at Theo Chocolate
Saturday, a trip to the zoo.
Sunday, a sailboat ride at the Center for Wooden Boats.
Kid-friendly or outdoor seating would be excellent, but we don't want to be stuck with burgers and pizza the whole time.
We've been here a couple of days so far and we've done a couple of taco trucks, Red Mill, a couple of pizza places, Ray's, Top Pot, some Thai, the Fainting Goat and Molly Moon for ice cream...
We want to try to fit in a trip to the Skillet Diner and maybe Frost donuts (but they look waaaaaay out there!).