I prefer a wall mounted electric oven. Baked goods come out better for me in an electric (non convection oven) and it's easier to peer in to see what's going on. I also prefer an electric cook top. Anyone who can cook on a coal or wood fired cook's stove should find cooking on electric quite easy. Unfortunately, I suspect your HOA might frown on your having a 10kw backup generator. If they do, I guess your freezer, refrigerator, and concrete slab could be in peril, but a two burner Coleman propane camp stove has stood us in good stead when I was too lazy to fire up our 7kw portable generator. For longer outages, I've been able to keep the essentials (well pump, furnace, freezer, fridge, cooktop, and lighting) going. Biggest problem has been having an adequate supply of generator fuel on hand. Fuel (and gunpowder!
) storage can be a problem when outbuildings are verboten). Your choice of appliances may have some impact on your wiring requirements and the amperage of your electric service.
GE calrod heating elements have a reasonably long service life, are currently readily available and reasonably priced.