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    Aga.........the kind that also heats your hot water for your house. Oh, and a farmhouse in someplace like France or Belgium built around it. Next question.

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    See Warren's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    First on my list would be a National Combi Oven.

    Sure, it is 10k. But the 61 model avoids a lot of infrastructure tweaks that are necessary for the bigger commercial models and would be unrealistic for the home.k.
    It does still require 240v 3 phase to run though. Could be an issue. And it STARTS at $10,800. Plenty of options to get it close to $15k easily.

    Also, what does the optional ethernet port let you do? Software/firmware updates? Sounds cool. Also curious about the "marine" and "prison" options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    If I was was going to remodel, and if it wasn't so ugly/massive/noisy, I'd have a commercial dish washer, like an AM-14 or something. Run anything through it and 90 seconds later...clean & sanitized!
    As a former dishwasher, I agree and have always wanted that.

    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    We were discouraged from going w/ the double drawer dishwashers when we redid our kitchen last year. Not that much water/ energy savings, and they tend to leak a lot (according to some applicance repairmen and plumbers).

    I'm digging that pasta press -- I have not seen a manual press like that before. All I ever see are cheap, crappy electric ones, or big $$$$ commercial ones. I think a press like that is now on my kitchen wish list -- thanks for showing that!
    With the dish drawer thing, I think I would still like to to give them a shot when the time comes if they are good products. I just really love the idea of running half/small loads. I think it comes for my dishwashing days -- get'em in, get'em out. Maybe a full size and one drawer would be good

    Quote Originally Posted by DwarvenChef View Post
    I have an ad I cut out of a kitchen that was finished in dark wood but the walls where all bookshelves. I LOVE that picture and plan to add a shelving system like it when we get our own place.

    Wish I could find that pic on line...
    And the bookshelf idea just sounds AMAZING. That is on my list now too.

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    Obviously, it is unrealistic but I would love a restaurant grade fryer in my kitchen so I could easily whip up batches of my favorite fried chicken (Thomas Keller).
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    It does still require 240v 3 phase to run though. Could be an issue. And it STARTS at $10,800. Plenty of options to get it close to $15k easily.

    Also, what does the optional ethernet port let you do? Software/firmware updates? Sounds cool. Also curious about the "marine" and "prison" options.
    There is a single phase 61 from what I understand. Maybe not the one I linked to, but I think the electric version (not gas) is single phase.

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    Of course I would need a proper place for this piece of equipment: vintage, refurbished berkel slicer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DwarvenChef View Post
    I have an ad I cut out of a kitchen that was finished in dark wood but the walls where all bookshelves.
    It is not dark wood, but how about this bookshelf. That might handle all of your books

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    And a version of this 'wine cube' would be really cool to store all the bouteille de vin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    I want a deck oven with steam injection, a proofer and a rack washer. Why the hell does it take 70-90 minutes to wash dishes at home but I can do it in 3 at work?

    Also, I'm tired of refrigerators and a cupboard. I want a walk-in and a dry storage room. Would also like an equipment room.

    -AJ
    Yeah, you read my mind. Except that I would like this in a large cottage on a pig and inchelium garlic farm.

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