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Old 05-14-2005, 10:47 AM   #21
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Re: Frugal living: It never hurts to ask...

Hi Martha,

DW went for the convection oven too. I was skeptical at first. It seems that the only modification to a regular oven is a fan that circulates hot air. Regardless DW can now roast her bird in nothing flat. Ummmmmmmmm roast chicken...

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Re: Frugal living: It never hurts to ask...
Old 05-14-2005, 02:05 PM   #22
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Re: Frugal living: It never hurts to ask...

I *love* convection ovens and miss the one from my old macmansion. Roasts and any baked goods are simply 900 times better. I havent always noticed speed improvements, but you do get them sometimes.

Our new fridge is now fully operational and all the food has been xferred over. Nice and frosty.

Love the filtered cold water right out of the door too. Our Brita is about to be retired.

You probably like Kenmores because Whirlpool and Frigidaire make most of their stuff.

Anyone looking for a super deal on a new glass top convection oven, check out this frigidaire at sears:

Black Frigidaire 30 in. Electric Self Clean Freestanding Range with Radiant Elements

Sears item #02261829000 Mfr. model #GLEFS79DB

Radiant glass cooktop, self cleaning convection oven, etc for $649. Next cheapest I could find with these features is almost $900. Saw it in the store, looks really nice.

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