Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Ah, SWEET!...

Look what I made today.  Yummmmm.  And you know what that means?


Yep!  They delivered and installed the range and microwave today.  So happy!  (After three months without.)

After much consideration, I decided on the double oven.  Not that I think I will be using both ovens simultaneously much (if ever).  I actually went for this model, because I thought it would be easier on my back to use the upper oven.  Also I thought that the smaller (upper) oven (which will probably be all I use about 90% of the time) would preheat quicker and maybe save a little energy.  I gave it a test run by popping in Carey's favorite Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie.  The recipe can be found at What's Cookin' 4 Miles North of Nowhere.

Now...I wonder what dessert I'm going to make for Sunday Dinner with the kids?
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6 comments:

  1. Looks amazing (pie and stove!). Let me know how you keep the cooktop clean. I've tried a variety of products but haven't really found the perfect one yet.

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  2. Does yours have the little raised dots on the glass top…not sure exactly how to describe them. I heard that these newer tops are harder to keep clean than the older ones. I’ll keep you posted as to how I get along with it.

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  3. No, the one I have now and I one I had at the place I just left did not have raised dots. It was completely smooth. It's not too difficult to keep clean, until a pan boils over and whatever spills out gets burned onto the surface. That's a pain to clean off.

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  4. WOOHOO how fun to have your kitchen or the main part back I use. BOth the pie and the stove look great. Can't wait to see more

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  5. Thanks, CatieAn! I AM really happy. I feel bad for not putting up photos yet, but it is still such a mess. I’m getting there.

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  6. They came out with double ovens a couple of years after I bought my stove I really want one but then I would no longer have my junk drawer under the oven..... (actually I'm sure they had them when I bought my stove they just weren't very common) Kitchen looks good scrolling back trying to see what it looks like!

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