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phideaux

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Well I pulled the trigger on this one.
I think we would use the rotary baskets a lot.
It's got good reviews, not just on Amazon.
Besides that...the wife really likes it. When we get it and get it figured out , I'll come back with a report.
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Jim
Ordered last Thursday.
Arrived today.

Been reading thru the book that came with it.

Most things don't impress me, but I'm impressed by the quality so far, well built and the accessories are well built.
Lots of accessories.
And I like the 100 preprogrammed functions for about anything you want to cook.

One touch for dehydrate .
Simple operation.

And
It's made in Palatine Ill, just outside Chicago.
Made in America.

Now to try it out.

Jim
 

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Did fry some french fries today.
I can see it will be a learning curve.

Program , auto set temp and time. 400 deg for 12 min.
I think because mine were frozen and more than 8oz.
But they were frying all while everything else was being prepared. Easy.

Had to set another 4 minutes to get them a little crispier.

But they were good. And easy.

Jim
 

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Had ribeye on her new charcoal Smokey Joe,
I did french fries in the rotisserie cage , 15 minutes at 400 deg.
Perfect , no grease/oil and crispy outside , soft inside , slightly browned...just like we like em.

Nice.

Jim
 

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