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Old 02-25-2004, 12:27 PM   #15
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Now that's a cook's top

http://www.dickinsonmarine.com/ Cann't imagine anything better.
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Old 02-25-2004, 12:33 PM   #16
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Had that been available I would have done it. I like the fact that you lose almost no space with the install under the counter and have a dual use with the cutting board.
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Old 04-22-2004, 07:38 AM   #17
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Didn't know 2-burners were available, and hadn't searched this site, but I was hoping against hope they existed... they do!!!

From what I've seen of your suggestions, I like the Wedgewood and the Suburban, and the Kitchenaid and Seaward Princess glass ones are great, but have a high-end-home-kitcheny look that I'm not going for.

But my GOD, Psychpw, that Dickinson 2-burner is one gorgeous little machine - makes me want to start collecting appliances before we even strip the frame.

With the limited amount of cooking we do at home, and with the lack of counter space in the 17 feet of liveable Globe Trotter, I cannot fathom (nautical reference!) anything more suited for what we're trying to acheive, and such a stripped down, utilitarian look to it!

It goes with the whole idea of a land yacht, the cozy ship's cabin that we're going for. Lots of wood with rounded corners, dark staining against white linens and navy blue accents... I'm SOOO excited !!!!!
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