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Old 08-13-2011, 02:47 PM   #1
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HELP! New Home, New Appliances

I'm in the market for some good kitchen appliances. My husband is a retired U.S. Army veteran, so we've always moved around from place to place. I never bought good kitchen appliances, since they would inevitably get broken/lost/damaged/etc. I'm looking for a good countertop convection oven, four slice toaster, blender, food processor, and waffle iron. I'm looking for a few other things too, but they are lower on my priority list. I would appreciate any advice anyone has to offer. I'm not sure what the good brands, products, prices are. I don't want too pay a lot of money for junk products, but I don't mind paying a lot of money for something that's worth it. Any help would be great! Thanks in advance!


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Old 08-13-2011, 03:06 PM   #2
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I love Kenwood Food Processors and Blenders. I never buy all in one appliances since if it breaks you loose all your the functions. My Breadmaker is a Sunbeam, it was cheap but works like a charm and it a tough little thing. My 4 slice toaster is also a Sunbeam and works perfectly. I had a steamer made by Sunbeam too, it was lovely but apparently it's not a good idea to forget to put water in it lol! I have a Russel Hobbs steamer now but the Sunbeam was way better.
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