I'm getting down to actually choosing all the components for my kitchen makeover. Several people have tried to steer me to getting one big, single-bowl sink instead of the equal two-bowl I'd been planning.
So far, the only argument in its favor I can understand is that you can get the largest pans inside it to clean. That makes sense.
But what the heck do you do when you want to wash a large batch of dishes and pans by hand? I've always kept one bowl with shallow soapy water, and another to rinse in. That'd be impossible in a single-bowl sink.
What am I missing? Stainless steel is the only material I'll consider, BTW.