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    Kitchen Island and Range $$$$$$$

    When you spent all the money on knives and need a little something to cook on.
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    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    here is the link http://www.restart.it/index.php?lang=en
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    I heard that Electrolux recently introduced a home range/oven at $100,000.00 usd. It has it's own vacuum sealers,etc. but otherwise I can't figure out why it's so expensive.
    You should see some of the stuff I've cooked on in people's homes. Their kitchens cost triple what my house costs(easily) and have never been used(by the owner)
    when you turn on an oven and get that "new oven smell" knowing the client has lived there for almost 2 years........
    .....man am I in the wrong line of work.
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    Wow - what's some ostentatiousismo if ever I saw. Here's my humble cooking rig and I got the range and hood for $800 already set up for propane. I had to tear it down, clean it and reassemble it, but it was worth it IMO.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike9 View Post
    If I had a buck for every day I spent behind one of those.......
    Though I could not caution all I still might warn a few; Don't raise your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools. - Robert Hunter

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    Wow, looks great, Mike! Nice knives, too. :-)

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    I think that looks awesome, Mike.

    I'm planning a modest renovation of my new place right now (including the kitchen), and am shocked at how much appliances go for...

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    I got it from my local buy/sell paper and was the first caller with cash, a truck and 2 strong young backs. That was 1997 and the only thing I need are three fresh bricks under the flat top. Otherwise it's a great running unit. I can only think of one mod I would (or will) do to it. The controls for the salamander are high/low/off. I'd like to get some that work like an infinite switch with a smooth taper to control the heat under that beast.

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    Daaaamn, Mike! I would not mind having that range and hood. Well, I guess I wouldn't mind also having a house to put it in.

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    I've cooked in alot of ridiculous kitchens in crazy expensive houses for caterings, and I don't like it. If I had the money, that right there is how I would do it, good work!

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