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Wolf range-- griddle, grill, or none of the above?

jugo | Jun 7, 200911:32 AM

We're working on a kitchen remodel and are likely going to purchase a Wolf range, probably 48" all gas version, though we haven't yet ruled out duel fuel, and 60" is still an outside possibility. I'm wondering what the collective chowhound experience is with griddles and grills on these ranges. It seems that most people I know who have them have tended to rarely use either of them, particularly the grill. From what I've gathered to date, it seems like clean up is a bear.

If you have had a built in griddle or grill on your range (particularly Wolf), have you enjoyed them? Are they difficult to clean up? Would you get it/them again?

A salesman at a local appliance store said his personal preference for configuration on a 48" Wolf range would be 4 burners and a double griddle, though I think I would want 6 burners, and either a grill or griddle. Thoughts?

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