Toast !!

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  1. Chockswahay

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    I bought one of those too!

    I got mine from the ladies who sell the double skillet at shows.

    I am planning on trying thicker metal gauze on the bottom in order to spread the "browning" effect more slowly and evenly...

    JJ:Cool:
     
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    i have the modern update of this,its called the grill,found just above the oven and just below the four ring hob:Wink::Laughing:
     
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    Ah, talking about the Double Skillet I look forward to trying that out next week (hoping my order arrives by then) :Smile:

    As for the toaster I was surprised by the speed, I would say 10 seconds or so per side :Eek!:

    :thumb:
     
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    Those toasters are so good we even use one at home now. The outside of the bread is toasted but the inside is still soft. Just how I like it. The only problem I have found is the wire mesh burns out after a while.
     
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    We had that one for a while, it does a good job:thumb: We bought one of these though, its just as good and you can do more than one at a time, infact we can do four at once with a bit of jufggling:thumb: The diffuser is excellent and the toast is always evenly cooked

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    That looks worth a go, thanks.
     
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    Not in a collector's 1987 Classic Hymer 660S Chris...

    JJ:Cool:
     
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    We have used the Gelert version for a while but the one you have Jim looks much better - where did you get it?
     
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    i use one of these toasters.

    does a whole loaf in 15 seconds....:Rofl1:


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    I liked the look of this so just ordered one...... Prefect. :BigGrin:
     
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    looks a good idea:thumb:
    does it do both sides?
     
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    We are now on our third one of the type Chockers' has bought.. They are worked really hard as we both eat a lot of toast

    After the 2nd one died we tried one of the type that Jim uses.. Sorry to say we gave it away after a few uses and bought another of the chockers type !
     
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    What happened to bread on a fork toasted over an open flame.

    Are we the only ones left who do this?????
     
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    Must be why it's showing out of stock now:Doh:

    Bought one of the crappy triangle shaped ones last year, guess what, it's crap:cry:

    Will order one of these as I like nice toast. Do you think they will ship these with free Marmite ?
     
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    We have a couple of the folding Gelert type and they do work very well indeed. If anyone is thinking of getting something to use on the hob top though do NOT under any circumstances get one of the pyramid ones like the below - they are totally useless!
     

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    Ooooerrr ... your toast has got measles Jim!! :Rofl1:
     
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    We have used one of the folding Gelert ones for years, but now use it with the defuser we got with the double skillet - more controllable.

    Nigel and Pamala
     
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