You gave some great advice when we bought our Miele fridge freezer so hoping you can help here too!
We want to buy a new freestanding cooker. Ideally it would fit a slot 55 cm wide but because we are due to remodel our kitchen a wider recommendation would be ok. So first question - do the options/value for money get better as the cooker gets wider? I understand that there's not much choice at 55cm wide?
Second question - what sort of money do we need to spend to get a decent cooker? We bake quite a bit as well as cook meals at both low temps and high temps. We're keen to try dual fuel (although our last ovens have been fitted electric ovens with ceramic hobs). Saw the 55cm wide Stoves dual fuel cookers DF550 on John Lewis website - are they decent quality? http://www.johnlewis.com/230538598/Product.aspx
We're a family of three with a toddler so an insulated oven door is important.
We inherited a Tricity Bendix electric cooker but the thermostat is broken (goes up to 280C when turned on) and would like to make sure that what we buy will cook better than if we repaired the existing oven.
REally hoping you can make some good suggestions - if you need more information please ask!