Remodeling our kitchen and love to cook. We use our ovens mostly for cooking fish & meats, roasting vegetables, a tiny bit of bread and other baking. Main stove is rangetop rather than a range, so ovens need to be on the wall (which is better for my back so I don't have to bend over for the oven). Primary 24" wall oven will be a Miele Steam Oven (have been hearing nothing but good things about this oven and excited to have something that can steam a fish, then make the skin crispy at the end!) Would like to have a 2nd 24" wall oven for overflow, either when we need more space, or want to cook at different temperatures. The easiest thing would be to put in a Miele electric wall oven. But I've read/heard that gas is superior for everything with the exception of baking (bread, etc) as it keeps more moisture in the food. The only high quality 24" gas wall oven I could find is BlueStart. It has a 1850° Infrared Broiler which would be great for broiling. I know the Miele has a broiler, but as it is just an electric coil, I'm thinking that the BlueStar would be MUCH better for broiling.
Is a gas oven (especially if it is our 2nd oven) that much better than a really good modern electric oven?
If yes, any suggestions for which 24" gas wall oven?
Any other 24" electric wall ovens that might have a better broiler than the Meile?
Totally open to any suggestions. Thank you.