|So many possibilities.|
After my last post about our kitchen design, a lot of people have been asking me about our choice of a Lacanche range. Seems Lacanche owners are fanatics. That bodes well.
|Our selected finishes. Matte black with brass knobs. The brass looks good all shined up and even better when it gets a patina.|
|Bulky Wolf knobs and a whole lot of electronics.|
|La Cornue. Way too much detail for me.|
|The Lacanche we wish we had room for.|
So after much consideration we embraced our budding love for Lacanche. We visited the showroom on a trip to New York, we tracked down online reviews, we chatted at length with Elisa, the lovely east coast Lacanche rep for Art Culinaire, and then we ordered our very own. (You can see our chosen model and configuration by scrolling down to the next post.)
I can hear some of you already: AGA!, What about AGA? I can appreciate many things about AGA, but I can also appreciate that it would not suit my lifestyle and way of cooking at all.
|Not for me.|
|My favorite Top Chef personality (well maybe second favorite, I think I like Gail Simmons better) enjoying her Lacanche.|
I will have much more to say when our Lacanche gets installed. It is set to land in the US sometime in June I think but not sure when it will be installed.