Originally Posted by Gretchen
Actually they are VERY useful and energy conserving. I have begun using mine to roast peppers, warm twice baked potatoes (although the microwave will do that), bake a couple of biscuits at a time, rewarm leftovers that I would do in the oven. Think about the difference of heating that small oven vs. a full size one.
Which is why I own the Flavor Wave Convention Oven for baking cakes, pies
and other deserts. It heats up very fast, requiring no preheating before you use it.
I also have the George Jr. Rotisserie for roasting chickens and small roasts, and the Rival BBQ Pit Countertop Slow Cooker for slow-roasting babyback ribs, pork roasts, briskets and chicken quarters.
Plus, my Kenmore Toast N Wave microwave oven has a toaster built into it.
Now let's see, what else would I need a toaster oven for? And where would I be able to put it?
Thanks for the suggestion, but trust me, I'm pretty much all set with the appliances mentioned above.