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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby Icon » 31 Mar 2010, 17:49

At the Bakery Fair, they had this beauty for 13K:

www.e-bake.com
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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby sandman » 31 Mar 2010, 18:12

Erm. That's a coffee maker, Icon. :wink:
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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby Icon » 01 Apr 2010, 09:41

sandman wrote:Erm. That's a coffee maker, Icon. :wink:


Ehem, link fixed:

http://www.karmaglobal.com/products_det ... =12&tid=43

http://www.foodtech.com.tw/zh_TW/produc ... 7162F79DEA

http://www.taipeitradeshows.com.tw/prod ... cno=109120

see? same company... :oops: :D

See how many layers you can bake at the same time?
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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby Tempo Gain » 01 Apr 2010, 14:56

Interesting, they all seem to be 220V though. Some of them look pretty useful
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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby Dragonbones » 01 Apr 2010, 15:05

Yeah, I like the number of racks there! 220's a downer, though, as most kitchens probably aren't wired for that here, but if you've got a 220 on an adjacent laundry balcony, that could be extended.
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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby TheLostSwede » 01 Apr 2010, 20:28

It doesn't cost much to have an electrician come and install something like that here. We had it done no problem at all.
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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby Icon » 02 Apr 2010, 09:44

Yep, both my A/Cs have the 220 stuff done, so, I guess it is not such a hassle.
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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby El Toro » 03 Apr 2010, 21:33

Icon wrote:
sandman wrote:Erm. That's a coffee maker, Icon. :wink:


Ehem, link fixed:

http://www.karmaglobal.com/products_det ... =12&tid=43

http://www.foodtech.com.tw/zh_TW/produc ... 7162F79DEA

http://www.taipeitradeshows.com.tw/prod ... cno=109120

see? same company... :oops: :D

See how many layers you can bake at the same time?


Mine's the same as the last 2 links. :)
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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby igorveni » 27 Apr 2010, 14:18

Mother Theresa wrote:
TheLostSwede wrote:Looks like I'll be getting a real oven one we move
http://www.uc-clearwell.com/product_a.a ... 21=BW152AS
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Can't wait... and yes, I'm going to gloat about it :D


Well, looks like I got to gloat first. Here's my baby.

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Fanciest oven I've ever had, with circulating air while baking, circulating air-bake plus broiler, defrost function, etc. It even has a delayed start baking timer function, though I'm not sure I'll use that. Anyway, looking forward to doing lots of baking, roasting, broiling... That Taidong free-range chicken was last weekend. Brownies tomorrow with my daughter.

MT, how is the oven working for you?
What is the oven number, I am looking at something like this soon.
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Re: Home oven recommendations

Postby mapletree » 01 May 2010, 13:11

I just bought a kaiser from costco yesterday. It's onsale. It's very practical. Honestly, really don't have to spend too much on those very branded oven unless you are really picky with the oven appearance.
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