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Nassau Gamecock 02-09-2014 01:07 PM

I'm getting a new stove!
 
Finally, after many years of swearing and issues with an old stove, I'm getting a commercial 6 burner stove at home. It'll be delivered Friday and hooked up Saturday. Now I'll have an oven in which I can set temperatures (as opposed to on and off). I'm thinking to deflower my new stove, I'll have my favourite- Roast chicken. That'll put her thru her paces. Braised lamb shanks this weekend, Other ideas?

The Yancey 02-09-2014 01:28 PM

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6 burner? You can do some cooking with that. Pics? I got a regular 4 burner back in the fall to replace my non-working oven. I have really been enjoying baking and broiling.

SC Sandlapper 02-09-2014 01:29 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Nassau Gamecock (Post 4084249)
Finally, after many years of swearing and issues with an old stove, I'm getting a commercial 6 burner stove at home. It'll be delivered Friday and hooked up Saturday. Now I'll have an oven in which I can set temperatures (as opposed to on and off). I'm thinking to deflower my new stove, I'll have my favourite- Roast chicken. That'll put her thru her paces. Braised lamb shanks this weekend, Other ideas?

Pan-sear some fresh tuna man. If I lived where you do it would be fresh fish all the time!

gamecock88 02-09-2014 02:00 PM

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We got a 6 burner (gas). You can add a griddle on one side which is awesome for breakfast.. Works great. Had to update the range hood though to something that can handle the additional btu. Make sure you look at that as well.

FanofCarolina1 02-09-2014 02:03 PM

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It's kind of sad when we get to an age where we're excited to get new toys like a stove.

gamecockphan 02-09-2014 02:29 PM

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Nice dude!

I love my range. 4 burner with griddle in the middle by Wolf.

Thinking about a 48 in Viking with 6 burners and a griddle w/ 2 ovens below for our lake house renovation. For some reason the Viking is less than the Wolf.

Nassau Gamecock 02-09-2014 02:57 PM

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http://www.royalranges.com/ranges.htm
getting the rr6 on casters - 6 burners; 600 lb, 215K btu full of goodness

FanofCarolina1 Re: I'm getting a new stove!

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It's kind of sad when we get to an age where we're excited to get new toys like a stove


Got lots of other things; also get happy when I get a new fly rod.

Nassau Gamecock 02-09-2014 02:58 PM

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oops- free post

Nassau Gamecock 02-09-2014 02:58 PM

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Originally Posted by SC Sandlapper (Post 4084264)
Pan-sear some fresh tuna man. If I lived where you do it would be fresh fish all the time!

Fish is more expensive than Beef!

Nassau Gamecock 02-09-2014 07:54 PM

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I turned 60 last November and just realized this will be my first brand new stove ever- one that I selected and am the first to cook on the virgin burners.

I like that last part.

johnnyb 02-10-2014 12:51 AM

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nice!

RGHoskins 02-10-2014 01:03 AM

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Wow. Go big or go home. What are the specs on this piece? I sold high end appliances for 3 and a half years. Congrats and respect for having good taste.

Nassau Gamecock 02-10-2014 02:28 PM

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Now - what should I name it?
Trying, but failing, to post a picture...Royalranges.com... 36" 6 burner


STANDARD FEATURES:
♦Frame constructed of heavy gauge metal solidly welded.
♦All stainless steel front, sides, valve cover
and kick plate.
♦Heavy gauge stainless steel plate ledge.
♦11” deep stainless steel high shelf on standard
backguard with stainless steel splash panel.
♦Cast iron top grates, 12” x 12”, for open burners.
Model RR-4-36 has two 18” w x 24” d top grates.
♦Two piece, heavy duty lift off cast iron burner heads,
rated at 30,000 BTU/hr.
♦Spill protected standing pilot on each open burner for
instant safe ignition.
♦Oven contact surfaces have porcelain finish
for easy maintenance.
♦Oven door constructed for heavy use, easily removable
for cleaning.
♦Oven safety valve provides 100% shut down
if pilot flame goes out.
♦Piezo type, push button (matchless) ignition to
light the standing pilot on the oven.
♦“U” shape Oven Burner provides 35,000 BTU/hr for
consistent heating. Oven design enhances airflow.
♦5/8” thick griddle plate, highly polished, with 3” wide
grease trough. Griddle on the left is standard.
♦Full width removable crumb/drip trays under
open burners.
OPTIONS:
♦Griddle section. Highly polished 3/4” thick plate, from 12” to 36” wide.
Note: Each 12” of griddle replaces one pair of open burners.
♦Thermostatic control for the griddle (3/4” thick plate).
♦Extra oven rack (One per oven is standard).
♦6” High Casters (2 locking, 2 swivel).
♦6” High stainless steel stub back in lieu of the high shelf assembly.
♦Saute or wok style burner heads.
♦10” diameter stainless steel wok ring (fits over top grate).
♦Convection oven (add suffix -C)
♦Hot Top section sections 12” wide x 24” deep each.
♦Seismic Flanged Feet.
Royal Restaurant ranges have been designed to give the most useful features at an affordable cost. All stainless steel
sides, and front panels, including the oven doors and kick plate are easily cleaned and rugged enough to withstand the
constant heavy usage of a busy kitchen. Oven interiors are porcelain coated on all contact surfaces for fast and easy
cleanup. The ovens are thermostatically controlled with 100% safety on the pilots to shut off the oven gas flow if the flame
should go out. There is a push button ignitor for easy lighting of the oven pilot. 12” x 12” heavy cast iron grates (18” x 24” on
RR-4-36) cover the unique two piece lift off burners, rated at 30,0

http://www.royalranges.com/36_Range.pdf

spareparts 02-10-2014 02:30 PM

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Bertha

Nassau Gamecock 02-15-2014 01:10 PM

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http://www.cockytalk.com/picture.php...pictureid=2568

Sh*t, it's sideways! Guess you knew that.

Let me introduce you to 600 lbs of 6 burner goodness. First thing off was a grilled cheese for my wifey!

johnnyb 02-15-2014 01:12 PM

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lol...looks a little oversized for that kitchen

Wingman 02-15-2014 03:31 PM

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Name it Mom, in honor of you know who.

You know that she would have loved to cook on it, too.

jellafever 02-15-2014 05:24 PM

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looks sweet dude.

The Yancey 02-15-2014 07:11 PM

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Awesome Frank! :clap:

Wingman 02-20-2014 07:38 PM

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So Nassau, what's the stove's name?

BTW, the next we're there, I'd like a nice breakfast of fried ham (thick slice), grits, eggs over medium, and biscuit, with Cane Patch syrup. Fried apples would be nice, too.


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