Kitchenware Under Counter Toaster Ovens


BLACK+DECKER Spacemaker Under-Counter Toaster Oven, Black/Stainless Steel, TROS1000D

by Spectrum Brands
List price: $119.99 Price: $90.22 Buy Now

  • Three Functions - Use it to bake, toast, or keep warm. You have a number of options with temperatures ranging from 200°-400°F, and toast settings from 1-7. Electric drill with a 1/32 Inch drill bit and a 1/4 Inch drill bit
  • SpaceMaker Toaster Oven - The easy way to save countertop space in the kitchen! This toaster oven mounts under the cabinet to give you more room for other kitchen tasks.
  • Drop-Down Crumb Tray - Opens and closes effortlessly, and can be wiped clean with a damp cloth.

Product description

BLACK+DECKER SpaceMaker appliances are back to save you time and space in the kitchen! The under-the-cabinet SpaceMaker Toaster Oven is the perfect solution for baking a 9” pizza or toasting 4 slices of bread in compact kitchen spaces. Installation is simple with the included instructions, showing you step-by-step how to mount the toaster oven under the cabinet. Other useful features include: digital controls, a 30-minute timer, a removable slide out rack, and an easy-clean crumb tray. Cut out countertop clutter with the BLACK+DECKER SpaceMaker Toaster Oven!. Do not install closer than 4 inches to any vertical surface or to any horizontal surface beneath the unit

BLACK+DECKER Countertop Convection Toaster Oven, Silver, CTO6335S

by Applica Incorporated/DBA Black and Decker
List price: $89.99 Price: $64.05 Buy Now

  • The expanded toaster oven fits nicely on the countertop, while the curved interior makes room for 12" pizzas and 6 slices of bread.
  • Convection heating fan circulates warm air throughout the oven for fast, even baking. Plus, two rack positions for cooking flexibility. Wattage : 1500 Watts
  • Digital Controls easy-to-use buttons provide precision control over time, temperature, and function: bake, broil, toast, bagel, pizza, frozen snacks, potatoes, cookies

Product description

Cooking versatility at the touch of a button! The BLACK+DECKER 6-Slice Stainless Steel Convection Countertop Toaster Oven with Broiler Pan features one-touch functions for a whole range of foods: bagels, pizza, frozen snacks, potatoes, and cookies. Convection technology circulates air within the oven for fast and even results while baking. Plus, the toaster oven includes a broiler pan and an external crumb tray that slides in and out, making cleanup a breeze. When it’s time to eat, trust the #1 brand in toaster ovens**—BLACK+DECKER. Dual position rack place food right under the broiler or make room for large items. High and low oven rack positions provide the versatility to have great results on all foods. Nonstick interior cleanup is fast. Just wipe clean the cooled nonstick surfaces.

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Hillary Clinton, the server, and why I struggle with technology 08/21/15, via ChicagoNow (blog)

I had an old toaster-oven mounted under a kitchen cabinet. It has one knob that I turned to set the oven temperature and one lever to push down if I wanted it to toast. Oh, and it could also broil. When I repainted my cabinets, I took it down. Fire

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Smashing cucumbers is suddenly cool 08/20/15, via Albany Times Union

Let drain 15 to 30 minutes on the counter, or in the refrigerator until ready to serve, up to 4 hours. Make the dressing: In a small bowl, combine salt, sugar and rice If making the croutons, toast the breadstick pieces in a toaster oven or skillet

Black and Decker Toaster Oven w/ Best Convection Ovens Options / Parts in Small Under Cabinet Size

Black and Decker Toaster oven models like the Toast-R-Oven are some of the best toaster ovens for sale in terms of options, price and performance.


Home Appliance Buying Guide 1996 Edition

Home Appliance Buying Guide 1996 Edition


ISBN 0890438196,9780890438190
236 pages

Rating more than 50 types of appliances--including dishwashers, microwaves, washing machines, and electric ranges--this guide helps consumers cut through the advertising hype and find appliances that truly meet their needs. It also provides maintenance, repair, and safety advice, as well as tips on how to maximize energy efficiency.

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Hillary Clinton, the server, and why I struggle with technology - ChicagoNow (blog)

I feel bad for Hillary Clinton. Wanting to keep things simple by using one smart phone. Really, I get it. She’s only two years younger than I am, so I have complete empathy for her personal confusion with rapidly changing technology. But that’s not the point. Don’t tell me, an almost-70-year-old trying to write a book, that I am ageist. My point is, they all have one huge advantage over me: Millennial advisors who help them understand how to tweet and (sorry Hillary) how to manage their technology needs. I, on the other hand, am on my own. And I struggle to adapt and keep up with the few parts of technology I am able to use. Recently, I have had a few of my own run-ins with things that used to be simple before someone decided they needed to be improved. So, I have to ask these five questions:. Why can’t I work my new toaster. I had an old toaster-oven mounted under a kitchen cabinet. It has one knob that I turned to set the oven temperature and one lever to push down if I wanted it to toast. When I repainted my cabinets, I took it down. This one has three knobs, each of which has numbers and symbols in tiny print. It also appears to have directions printed in French, which is not my second language. It took lots of trial and error to toast a bagel. I’m not sure I’ll ever figure out how to use all of those other features, but it sure looks pretty sitting on the counter. Why do I have an anxiety attack using Ticketmaster. First issue is how long it took to find decent seats to Beautiful. But I refused to pay $187 per ticket, so after much searching I found some places on the side that seem reasonable. There was a timer that told me I must complete my purchase in five minutes or my choice would be gone. The clock started to count down. My first attempt to enter the captcha failed. I just couldn’t lose these seats. Next I had to pass through many screens, enter my user name and password (another first fail as my hands were shaking), decline numerous offers along the way, and get Ticketmaster to accept my credit card. Oh no, I inadvertently selected seats that came with an obligatory “suite package” I didn’t want that added $40 to the price of each ticket. Now I had to call customer service. Thirty minutes later, that order was voided and I got to start over again. Why can’t I figure out how to connect with Northshore Connect. I take total responsibility for this one. I remembered I had a 9:00 mammogram appointment at 8:50. I should have just left right then and been no more than ten minutes late, but I hate being late. And it’s rude not to call. Except that it’s also impossible to find a way to call. I knew making the appointment is all automated, so I called the hospital. The mammography center is within view of the main desk, but I was told there was no way to transfer my call. So I googled to find a secret phone number, waited on hold for five more minutes, and apologized for my error. Turned out they didn't care. Folks are late all of the time. I could even have just showed up with no appointment and been seen if they weren’t too busy. Lessons learned: I guess no one calls anyone anymore. And apparently being late is just fine. What happened to my photos and movies when I upgraded from Marverick to Yosemite. And why do I have to upgrade my operating system or anything else. One of the main reasons I love my iMac is I had a pretty good grasp of how to organize and access all of my photos, how to create movies and slide shows (complete with sound track), and how to burn all of this to DVDs. For some reason, Apple keeps improving stuff just when I get the hang of it. I do not welcome these improvements. They only make my tasks harder and force me to take one-to-one lessons, buy separate DVD drives, download software to do things my old iMac included, and order direction manuals to do the same thing I already knew how to do perfectly well. I had ignored the appeals to upgrade, but my one-to-one friend told me I had to. iPhoto would no longer be “supported,” and, lacking my own staff of technological advisors, I desperately need Millennial support from time to time. Why can’t I understand my Comcast bill. For one thing, it’s over three pages long.


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How to Broil Salmon in the Toaster Oven - 02/09/14, via

When the convenience of toaster-oven cooking meets the mild flavor and nutritional benefits of salmon, you've got a heart-healthy meal on the table in under 20 minutes. Though frequently associated with bread and bagels, this convenient counter-top ...

Watch: Clever Beagle Moves Kitchen Chair, Climbs Counter, Steals Chicken Nuggets - 01/09/14, via Patch

Lucy wanted the chicken nuggets baking in the family's toaster oven, and eventually figured out a way to reach them. The dog pushed a chair into position so she could climb onto the countertop and paw and pull the nuggets out of the 325-degree toaster oven!


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