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The Mayday Experiment: There Will Be Pie! 08/04/15, via Westword

Appropriating a stainless steel wheeled counter from the studio (a former kitchen item in the first place), I chipped away enough paint to make it a suitable basis for my kitchen. I started with a small refrigerator, a hot plate and a toaster oven, but

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Special Report: Tiny House Living 08/04/15, via FOX 21 Online

"I have a toaster oven and an induction burner that I can pull out and cook than I can tuck it back under when I'm not using it," said Norrgard. A 180–degree turn in her tiny Small, little and mini are all synonyms for the word tiny. While Norrgard

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101 Things to do with a Toaster Oven

101 Things to do with a Toaster Oven

Published by Gibbs Smith 2009

ISBN 1423607864,9781423607861
128 pages

Whether it's warm or cold outside, the toaster oven is the hot new appliance for cooking every meal. With 101 Things to Do with a Toaster Oven, you can make appetizers for a party, brunch for friends, mid-afternoon snacks for the kids, dinner for your family, and dessert for you! Try these mouthwatering recipes: Baked French Toast, Sun-Dried Tomato Tart, Pizza Bites, Nut-Crusted Salmon, Hearty Lasagna Stacks, Three-Cheese Mac 'n' Cheese, Apple Popovers, Chocolate Chunk Bread Pudding, and a whole lot more!

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The Mayday Experiment: There Will Be Pie! - Westword

I take cooking pretty seriously. And I don’t consider “making a sandwich” cooking – even though a sandwich is the most popular meal in America , as Michael Pollan pointed out. I learned to cook while working in restaurants when I was young and have kept it up throughout my life, usually using ingredients supplied by my own organic garden. (One summer, that “garden” grew into a 1000 square-foot urban farm with everything I could think to plant. And while I was hand-cutting a leafy crust for the top on the counter that I'd built in my makeshift warehouse kitchen, I thought a lot about what it meant to have a kitchen. I would guess that the majority of Americans take having a kitchen for granted. But because I have lived in everything from elevator shafts to old garages, as I currently do now, I’ve had to build my own kitchen more than once, even in a house. Things we almost never think about – refrigeration, running water – are integral to our day-to-day survival, and really only apparent in our lives when they are absent. They were definitely absent when I moved into my studio in the fall of 2013. I only expected to be living in the studio for a few months while I built my tiny house. but as everyone does, I grossly underestimated the amount of time I would be building. At the time, leaving a long marriage and preparing my long-time home to sell, I hadn’t expected the huge surge in Denver’s housing prices (right after we sold), hadn’t foreseen the rapid changes the city would see. But left in debt by former studio-mates, suddenly I had to choose between an apartment and my beloved studio. workspace has always been more important than living space to me. I can live anywhere. Even so, those first few months were rough. Since I was still sharing the space, I was living in the only available spot: a 112 square-foot closet I had cleared out. (As tragic as this sounds, I don’t want to oversell it – I still had a 500 square-foot studio. ) But without a shower or even a sink larger than a mixing bowl, I went to the gym almost daily to shower – great for my abs, horrible for my time management. And in that 112 square feet I had to craft some sort of kitchen: I’m not the kind of person who can stand to eat out for every meal, especially in a relative food desert. Appropriating a stainless steel wheeled counter from the studio (a former kitchen item in the first place), I chipped away enough paint to make it a suitable basis for my kitchen. I started with a small refrigerator, a hot plate and a toaster oven, but soon found that my room would heat up quickly using any of them – 112 square feet is ridiculously easy to heat with anything, apparently. I also found that having one small refrigerator drove me nuts – I eat mostly vegetarian and rely heavily on greens and vegetables, which take up a ton of space. I added a second small refrigerator and an electric tea kettle. Which is what led me to start researching, and figuring out: What are the different ways to have a kitchen. About 3 billion people around the world still cook over an open flame using some form of biomass – wood, animal dung or crop waste – or coal. This leads to problems, not just in terms of fire safety, but also indoor air pollution, which can cause everything from pneumonia to pulmonary diseases. , the majority of people use either natural gas to create an open flame (what most cooks, including myself, prefer), or electric to heat a coil in a stove. But natural gas is not an option in a mobile tiny home, and as every kilowatt of electricity is precious when you are gathering it yourself, an electric stove is just downright inefficient. The majority of RVs use propane. Propane is efficient and sold in tanks, so it makes sense that it could be good for a nomadic situation. However, one of the biggest points of what I am doing is getting as far off-grid, energy-wise, as possible, so using a petroleum product to cook with feels counter-intuitive and just plain wrong. Though it uses electricity, it is an incredibly efficient method of heating a pot — heating the pot itself by creating an oscillating magnetic field, as opposed to heating a burner that then heats a pot, which also makes it safe in terms of not...

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West Bend TEM500W Egg & Muffin 2 Slice Toaster

Home & Outdoor


Features The Egg & Muffin Toaster brings innovation to your kitchen by combining the functions of a toaster and egg cooker into one easy-to-use appliance. . The Egg & Muffin Toaster can be used solely as a fully functioning toaster, egg cooker, or use both functions simultaneously to make the ultimate sandwich Wide toasting slots accommodate most bagels and muffins Specifications Diemension: 9" H x 15.75" W x 8.25" L Weight: 5.2 lbs

$49.86

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This item shows signs of wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and works perfectly. All pages and cover are intact, but may have aesthetic issues such as small tears, bends, scratches, and scuffs. Spine may also show signs of wear. Pages may include some notes and highlighting. May include "From the library of" labels. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

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The Mayday Experiment: There Will Be Pie! - 08/04/15, via Dener Westward

I started with a small refrigerator, a hot plate and a toaster oven, but soon found that my room would heat up quickly using any of them – 112 square feet is ridiculously easy to heat with anything, apparently. I also found that having one small ...

Small Cooking Appliances in Malaysia - New Market Research Report - 08/04/15, via Live-PR

Small kitchen appliances is expected to slow in volume terms over the forecast period. Rice cookers and toasters already reached high penetration, therefore continuing to mature in demand over the forecast period. The government s continued push in ...

Special Report: Tiny House Living - 08/04/15, via FOX 21 News

"I have a toaster oven and an induction burner that I can pull out and cook ... all her belongings are easy to pack for travel. Small, little and mini are all synonyms for the word tiny. While Norrgard's house may be a tiny house, the word doesn't begin ...

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older then, younger now
older then, younger now
my great aunt beside a fridge that's almost as old as me. in a small town, in a lovely house from the 30s, magnets that remind me of my child-hood, the "sweets cabinent" not too far off where moonpies and little debbies convert with one another. not long afterwards, she walked back to her room (as i watched how the light made her look almost invisible) and sat back down to watch her soap operas. she loves attention, but would never-ever admit it... *
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toaster-oven tomatoes
toaster-oven tomatoes
my version of sun-dried tomatoes. good way to pseudo-preserve things (toaster-oven drying) and then you have concentrated flavor to sprinkle and add to just about anything. these were used in omelettes, salads, stirfrys, mini-croque monsieur sandwiches, and also just munched on. after tomatoes i did the same to thinly-sliced mushrooms (added salt halfway in so they didn't get soggy). the mushrooms kinda taste like the fabled sullivan st bakery pizza (they would more if you added thyme and put them on crispy thin dough).
Photo by Aelith on Flickr
Homemade “Pop Tarts”
Homemade “Pop Tarts”
The latest experimental baking project: “Pop-Tarts”. I made two varieties, these filled with homemade strawberry-rhubarb jam, and another with a chocolate crust filled with Nutella (and attempting to mimic store-bought strawberry and chocolate Pop-Tarts, at least visually.) I don't think I've gotten a crust that I'm happy with yet. Regular Pop-Tart crust is like dry pie crust, and I didn't want to go that route, but I figured that the crust needed to be a bit stronger than pie crust typically is. This time around, I tried an egg, but that doesn't appear to be the right answer, as the crust was too firm instead (albeit still tastier than stock Pop-Tart crust). I think that part of the problem was that I figured the extra fat in the egg would compensate for the extra liquid in the egg, but given the gluten that formed in the resulting dough, I think I figured wrong. The recipe below is as I prepped things last night; next time I'll probably drop the egg but add a little extra liquid...
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