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    Oven required! Must be cheap as chips.

    Looking for a second hand oven preferably not to dirty, but will accept anything so long as it's like the budgie and cheap or better still free.

    Bangkok area preferred as the proud new owner will be collecting and strapping it on the back of his moped with a couple of bungee cords.

    Would be nice to have it before Xmas.

    Please state what oven model you have, price and area.

    Much obliged

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    So who is it for? Gonna be a long ride back to where you are mate..

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    So who is it for? Gonna be a long ride back to where you are mate..

    Purchasing shit, sight unseen, for others half a world away is a muse.
    Quite ridiculous and naive novelty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Purchasing shit, sight unseen, for others half a world away is a muse.
    Quite ridiculous and naive novelty.
    If I were a pissimest,I'dd surmise a cunning ruse lossing the carcass , no traces , your dabs , smart way to dispose of unwanted bird.

    As an optimist I reckon Tripel C's inviting everyone to a Yuletide massage and buffet.
    Free Chang , BBQ'd orphans snail races, pin the tail on the DJ, the lot.

    Best underground cooking is done with hot rocks, I've heard there's a specialist in lampang call 911 and ask for Diamond Geeza
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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    So who is it for?
    maybe to be used as a DILdo

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    No its probably for somsones LUnch

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    Just got in from the neighbor's thanksgiving bash. The turkey was Cooked in the largest toaster oven that is available in Mandalay- seen similar in BKK for around 5000-8000 baht. It is moist and flavorsome- it cooked for around 3 hours,apparently.

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    Toaster oven!

    Interesting..


    Wonder if it's any good for roast potatoes or Baked Alaska..

    Would fit easily on top of the microwave

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    Tip for ovenless "roast' potatoes

    It may have been in the spuds thread

    1 Parboil whole spuds, rinse dry with towel
    2 Slice into thinnish wedges so plenty of surface area
    3 Fry even a wok/deep fryer, I use a deep steel pan which fits in my oven also
    4 I roll mine in cracked black peer and herbs first use mix of olive nut and butter as fat, you may wish to add shallots onions etc (Better to cook with Meat if you get a real Oven)
    5 If you can obtain goose fat (Gold standard) or Lard even better

    Bon Appetite.Copper or Zebra steel pans good Le Creusot better

    PS I know wedge shape is non trad but tastes even better in my sub gourmet trainee epicure book.

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    ^ theyre not roasters, theyre thick cut chips you nutter

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    Got one of these for sale, am not in BKK though.

    https://www.lazada.co.th/electrolux-...ime=1511488741

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Toaster oven!

    Interesting..


    Wonder if it's any good for roast potatoes or Baked Alaska..

    Would fit easily on top of the microwave
    Ovens of that type can be found easily in Thailand,CCC, and are not all expensve. Some go for 2000B, some for more, some for less. Depends on the size and how many bells and whistles you want. There's not much benefit in buying second hand IMO. Just go and buy a new one.
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