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Pepin does this a lot. I watched some Sudanese women cooking at a cultural food fair and that's how they cut stuff up too. Also directly into the palm holding the food item. Makes sense as they probably didn't have much cooking gear  or prep area for quite a while as refugees. 
Pilafs, cold salads, a stuffing. maybe do a five spice biryani kind of thing to go with the soy in the salmon seasoning. 
I've turned off all the emails. It's way too much noise in my inbox. 
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Best with Romaine imho. Iceberg is very boring cooked. But then it's not particularly exciting raw either. 
I'm trying to process some older ham before it goes bad. I made some ham fried rice and a ham and broccoli frittata. All very good. And the leftovers work well with the kids.
Chicken gizzards, fried green tomatoes and eggplant ( wasn't a fan). Every now and the they'd do a depression era meal of bread and milk with green onions and radishes. Dip the veggie in salt and take a nibble. They didn't make us join them in that and we didn't.
I think I'd repair the current range. The 1 foot extra storage isn't really that big of a deal for the costs of replacing the range and putting in cabinetry. My kitchen is small 9X 12 to the bare walls, so smaller after cabinetry and limited in storage. Plus it's the pass through access to the garage and the basement as well as the side door.  I keep a number of my tools downstairs like the stand mixer, specialty cookware,  and so on.  And I'd stick with this over just an...
Others I've seen don't do the cheese on the bottom, but still look hard to clean up, or easy to break.    See this Herdez video, which I can't embed.   http://www.herdeztraditions.com/mexican-recipes/molcajete-mixto/
It will be cheaper to repair than replace it for comparable performance.  Where you say you don't need that much range, you still have the issue of the extra space a smaller range will create. You can't put much of anything there for fire safety, it will be unsightly and unfinished so you're faced with other expenses to fix. Also you might have some hood mismatch issues creating drafts and other problems for burners on a smaller improperly fitting range.    Some other...
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