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Toaster ovens (again!)

Sarah Aug 15, 2006 12:15 AM

I'm starting to see Euro Pro toaster ovens everywhere in my search to replace the old basic B&D -- any news or experience w/ the Euro Pro, which model?

  1. Pei Aug 15, 2006 12:42 AM

    You know what? I love my EuroPro toaster oven, which cost about $25 after a 20% off discount and some tax. I forget which model it was, but it's a white one that retails for $29.99 and has three dials: one for temperature, one for time, and one for type of cooking (bake, broil, pizza, bread, etc.)

    For $25, I really have no complaints. It works as well as my mom's $50 model. I've used it to heat up leftovers as well as to actually bake food. It's big enough to hold my smallest casserole, so it comes in really handy when I need to bake up a side dish and there's already a large entree in the real oven. The only complaint I have is that it makes the kitchen quite warm. But what kitchen isn't warm this time of the month in LA?

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      KenS Aug 16, 2006 02:13 PM

      They have Home brand one in BJ's for $49 which is also a conevction oven. It is very small but cleverly designed to accomodate a 12" pizza.
      It cooks very well. Just did a 4lb standing rib in 1hr 15 min.

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