Domestic Matters Continue
When we moved into this house, we found that the oven door didn't quite close which meant that the oven had a draft so the temperature was uneven and baking anything was chancy, at best. And that the controls to the burners had gotten so gummed up that the back burners were hard to adjust--mostly I could turn them on, or turn them off. And that the stove wasn't level, which meant that when I fried something, the shortening puddled at the front of the pan, leaving the back of the pan to scorch. Needless to say, it made cooking less fun.
Today they delivered my new stove. Meet GE JGBP86DEM.
It has a 17,000 BTU power burner, a elongated central burner with a griddle that fits right in, and a precise simmer burner. Right now it also has a pot of Cheese and Sausage soup simmering on top of it. And it's level, the door shuts, and all of the burners work.
17,000 BTUs baby. Let's see what this sucker can do.