Discussion in 'Kitchen Appliances, Cookware, Cookbooks & Recipes' started by detroitdad, Jul 26, 2018.
Congratulations @detroitdad! I like the look of that cooker.
Thanks. First time we have bought appliances in 20 years.
I like the idea of a middle burner. I think it will come in handy.
I'm in about the same once-every-20-years cycle, too. I don't know what you had before, but I'm betting that stainless steel matches your counters better.
I didn't realize that was an extra burner in the middle...very cool!
New stand mixer & ice cream maker!!
Was thinking about getting a large commercial mixer almost similar to the ones used in small bakeries, but they suggest that stuff all be measured in POUNDS first before using them!!
Nice & shiny. I'm jealous
My space-saving combo toaster/toaster oven.
Can I make scallops in a toaster oven? Too hot to turn on the oven these days.
5 Cup Rice Cooker with food steamer. Cook rice, orzo, etc., and steam shrimp etc. on top.
New rice cooker with Saute feature! Wanted the same one as before, but it's discontinued. The ones that are left cost over $200!!!!
Try Amazon or Ebay.
I have two other small rice cookers. One is Wolfgang Puck's, and the other is the infomercial small pot. Can't think of the name right now. I use the cooker very often. The only downside, is the non-stick Coating in the cup peels off or chips. That's why I bought the second cooker. Hoping I don't have the same problem with this one. I have about 245 Pins of dishes you can make other than rice in a rice cooker - from bread to soup to frittatas to cakes. The list goes on and on. I cook noodles, orzo, and steam potstickers. For me, it's money well spent.
Love the fridge!!
You will laugh but my new applience is a 40 year old stainless steel electric oil core skillet. I've been wanting one but even used on ebay they were over $50 but there i was at my local thrift and there was a lovely shiney barely looks like it has been used townecraft skillet for under $10. Its new to me anyway.
So you might hate me cause my neice always does when i tell her of my bargains. This past labor day my local thrift had a sale...50% off all donated goods... i was there looking for jeans but i look at everything. And there on the bottom shelf push all the way in the back was a pasta machine, new in the box with all the part including clamp and that extention thingy with the extra rollers. Now i am not sure i am going to make pasta with it...it might find its way out to my art studio and join my other one i use for clay but i could not pass it up cause after my on sale discount it was $2.50...it had a original price of $35. It has already trapped my finger once before i even bought it but i won't hold it against it as i still use my mandolin slicer even tho it has bit me on more than one occassion. By the way i got 2 pairs of jeans too.
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