need help finding a wood stove that heats and cooks

Anthony Posted By Anthony, Jan 27, 2013 at 8:42 PM

  1. Anthony

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    hello all, my father in law is looking for a new stove that looks antique that both heats the house(2500sqf) as well as cook. i have attached a picture of something that he is looking for. does anyone know of a brand or a dealer in nj? the local store we checked said they dont have any.
     

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  2. Hearth Mistress

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    This company isn't in NJ but they carry a lot of brands. You can google the brands to find a local dealer. We looked into the these types of cook stoves but the ones I liked were were about $5,000 a lot more than "regular" woodstoves. Good luck!

    http://woodstoves.net/cookstoves.htm
     
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    That's a big area in a colder climate. There are several cook stoves that could do this, but for that sized space I would get a heater first and a cook stove second. That said, he should look at the Esse Ironheart.
    http://woodstoves.net/esse/woodcooker.htm as a good modern compact cook stove. For overall heating, have him take a look at the Pacific Energy Alderlea T6. With its movable trivet design it offers some good cooking options in a good heating wood stove. http://www.pacificenergy.net/alderlea/t6.php
     
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  6. trailmaker

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    Jotul and Harman both make a top loading stove that can take a grill insert. They aren't proper bake ovens of course, but something a little different than your standard cook top stove.
     
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    Seven grand! !!! I just went in and kissed my $800 electric kitchen range. Would kiss my $1,000 wood stove too but it is at six hundred degrees at the moment.
     
  9. trailmaker

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    Yeah, these dedicated cookstoves are all pretty steep. The grill inserts and cooktops are the more affordable option. Of course I'd drop seven G in a heartbeat if I could afford it.
     
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    Man up, wimpylips.
     
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