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    Tefal Actifry

    Has anyone got one of these?

    I've seen it on placards at the BTS and it gets great reviews at Argos.

    You only need to throw a spoonful of oil in it to make great tasting healthy chips, roast spuds, meat, veg etc.

    It comes with a cookbook too

    100 quid in the UK. I'm gonna go have a look in Lotus in a bit


    Buy Tefal AL806041 ActiFry Fryer - White at Argos.co.uk - Your Online Shop for Fryers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    I'm gonna go have a look in Lotus in a bit
    Don't think they have. Try Central.

    http://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/1240...ml#post2369736 (Air fryers?)

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    7000 baht?

    How the Fock can they be 2000 baht more expensive than the UK?

    I bet they're made in China

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    How the Fock can they be 2000 baht more expensive than the UK?
    Because they have price fixing in Thailand. Didn't you know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    It comes with a cookbook too
    Be careful there There will be a good chance the cookbook is in Thai which will make it a tad impractical unless your Thai is upto it

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    Or French, I was wrong



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    It all sounds a bit gay to me. Bet it's a bastard to clean too.

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    how very dare you Chaz, why I have a good mind to throw down the gauntlet and teach you a ruddy good lesson



    They're meant to be easy to clean.

    The place I've not long moved to has a proper oven Chas, as you can see, so I don't really need it. But I like the idea of the healthy easy chips

    It's the first place in Thailand I've had with a real oven. My first go on it,I was in it for about 2 minutes trying to light the 'fan assisted electric ' with a gas clicker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    You only need to throw a spoonful of oil in it to make great tasting healthy chips,
    Fuck that.

    Fry the fuckers in a pound of lard.

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    ^i don't know what came over me,

    probably Looper or Dr Bob

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    You are a worry Dil. You'll be buying a fookin breadmaker next, and watching cookery programmes like Nige.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    Fry the fuckers
    agree, chips i had from one o those fancy jobs didn't impress me.
    All dry and seem to cool quickly.
    Real spud chips covered in oil or lard and then put on tissue to remove excess drip.
    Stay hot a lot longer.
    Cod an Chips anyone, extras, Mushy peas, pickled onion, gerkin.

    But then again they say oil should be changed even after one use
    as chemicals change into something nasty.
    100% olive oil may be good for a few fries.
    yes more expensive.

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    It's a great idea and maybe cheaper in the long run seeing as though the average Thai consumes 1lt of oil a week...oh and it's healthier.

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    French food accessory - check.

    Interest in cooking - check.

    Floral oven glove - check.

    Healthy chips - check.

    Reading Loopers posts - check.

    Bacardi Breezers - check.


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    Dillie. Get looking on Lazada...????????????????????? - ???? ???????????? ?????????? | ??????? | Lazada TH

    Cash on delivery.

    The link above does work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    a real oven
    Oven-roasted chips | BBC Good Food


    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    ^i don't know what came over me, probably Looper or Dr Bob
    be it was a bastard to clean off all that bukake - stop wearing the high heels and anachist mask around them and they may not get so excited next time.

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    Fuk this I'm off to buy a barbecue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    Fuk this I'm off to buy a barbecue
    Aussie cooking accessory - check.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    a pound of lard.
    Ooh Er Missus

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    You just reminded me that I bought one of those about a year ago.

    Used it twice, might try it again.

    I got mine from Central in Pattaya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    French food accessory - check.

    Interest in cooking - check.

    Floral oven glove - check.

    Healthy chips - check.

    Reading Loopers posts - check.

    Bacardi Breezers - check.

    Green owed.


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    Lotus had some Chinese copies of these last time I was in there. I think they were around 3000bht.
    My mate's got the Philips version and reckons it's good.

    Me....I'm an oven man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaiyenyen
    Me....I'm an oven man.
    Me .........I'm just a lawnmower, you can tell me by the way i walk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    7000 baht?
    Cheaper at Lotus. Only 6,490 baht.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    I'm just a lawnmower
    aha ... a grasscutter - do you disguise yourself as a sheep whilst sneaking up to the backdoor ?

    Urban Dictionary: grass cutter

    not exactly the context it is used in Aust slang , but its def of stealing some ones boyfriend seems rather apt

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