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Try Gaggenau. Expensive but fabulous! Our oven and gas/electric cooktops have been excellent performers for some 20 years plus now. Thinking of upgrading cooktops to new gas wok burner and induction set.Aaaah! I want to avoid as current ovens /cook top gas are smeg and big fail
YesOur smeg microwave died very quickly so replaced with a much more reliable Panasonic.
I have a love hate with them. I think they are good if avoiding cooking fats. Phillips seem to be good standard. They can create smoke to those who are sensitive. I'm not but partner who needs sinus surgery (thanks Covid, elective surgery stopped) knows when I've been using it. They certainly crisp up reheated pizzas. Fried chicken is good. Don't use it for much else tbh as I prefer the bbq. There are plenty of dedicated FB recipe pages.
House is complex and plumbing wont be straightforward. easier this way. Current samsung plumbed but that was in new build and easy to fit.Why not plumb the frig ?
Our current frig is plumbed and has been trouble free ( filter is at source, not behind the frig)
Looked at new fridges t'other day.. pretty ordinary selection I thought..but could see no value in filling up a water container.
What am I missing?
Our Miele order was quite messy with dates promised and then withdrawn.
The new build is running late so the appliance order is all now ok, save for the dishwasher.
I bought the Mistral from Woolworths for $39 just to try it out and I'm very happy with it for some things. It's great if I want to do a few vegetables - unless this one dies I probably won't upgrade but if it does I will get another one
how does that go at grilling sausages or cooking veg
Until I get my shutters installed my BBQ is in full sun on the veranda so looking for something inside. I'd not heard of it before but might do some researchSausages still go on the BBQ outside. It's been brilliant for roast veg. Realistically we can get the same result out of our 900mm fan forced oven, but the airfryer heats up in a couple minutes vs 10-15 and cooks a a little faster and uses less electricity. We did get perfectly cooked chicken kiev in 12 minutes the other day.
So cooking on the BBQ. We have a Weber. Currently I use a Teflon piece on the grill for things like steak but wondering how many just do the direct grill for meats like steak and sausages because I do prefer the true char flavour. And lid open or closed.