Small Microwave Convection Ovens

small microwave convection ovens

    convection ovens
  • (Convection oven) Convection ovens or fan ovens or turbo ovens augment a traditional oven by circulating heated air using a fan. The fan motor is in a separate enclosure, to protect it from overheating and melting any plastic components including wire insulation.

  • (Convection Oven) an appliance which cooks food by circulating dry heat

  • A cooking device that heats food by the circulation of hot air

  • (Convection Oven) A gas, electric, or microwave oven equipped with a fan that circulates and intensifies the heat, thereby decreasing the normal cooking time.

  • a short electromagnetic wave (longer than infrared but shorter than radio waves); used for radar and microwave ovens and for transmitting telephone, facsimile, video and data

  • kitchen appliance that cooks food by passing an electromagnetic wave through it; heat results from the absorption of energy by the water molecules in the food

  • An electromagnetic wave with a wavelength in the range 0.001–0.3 m, shorter than that of a normal radio wave but longer than those of infrared radiation. Microwaves are used in radar, in communications, and for heating in microwave ovens and in various industrial processes

  • cook or heat in a microwave oven; "You can microwave the leftovers"

  • Small items of clothing, esp. underwear

  • limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"

  • on a small scale; "think small"

  • the slender part of the back

small microwave convection ovens - LaCie MosKeyto

LaCie MosKeyto 4 GB USB 2.0 Ultra Small Flash Drive 130981

LaCie MosKeyto 4 GB USB 2.0 Ultra Small Flash Drive 130981

LaCie is proud to introduce a new addition to our USB key lineup. The LaCie MosKeyto is an ultra-small flash drive that's anything but pesky. Measuring less than 20mm and weighing 10 grams, the LaCie MosKeyto is one of the smallest USB keys on the market. When pled into your laptop, the device becomes nearly invisible (extending only 6mm) and can be left in your computer when traveling. Since the LaCie Moskeyto lies flush against your device, you'll never lose it and there is no risk of damage to the USB port, computer or key if the drive is knocked or bumped. Just plug it, and forget it! LaCie has integrated an extra 4GB of secure online storage from Wuala into the MosKeyto, making storing and sharing your files, photos, or videos easier than ever.

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Kitchen dry fit

Kitchen dry fit

Kitchen dry fit. The cooktop is so shallow that it may not even be worth putting a drawer blank in front of it - better to just have full-height doors. The same may even be true of the sink but I'll have to test it out.

The top and bottom bars of the blind in the center here need to be trimmed on the miter saw and filed and replaced. The individual slats have been cut to size. It's not hanging quite straight here because the too-long bottom bar is in the wrong place on the magnets.

Above the middle window here lies a problem: specifically that the original cooker vent was there, but the cooker is now about 12" to the left. So I probably have to cut a new vent hole there. I intend to use the original cooker vent but I will probably repaint it first, as it's the same yucky yucky green as the formica and bathtub used.

The cooktop is small but the big burner I think puts out more heat than any of the four burners on the original stove. Good for a kettle, or using a frying pan. The stove is a little closer to the front edge than the sink, but I think it'll all look fine in the end. The original stove was also incredibly heavy because it had a gas oven - necessary for the 60s housewife, maybe? But it seems a little silly now. I plan on putting a convection/microwave oven on the other side to this - obviously, that's not usable without an outside 110V power source as it would kill a battery/inverter setup in minutes.

The countertop here has a bit of a power outlet problem - the duplex outlet in the middle is behind the cooktop and not really usable (and OH MY GOD you would not believe the pain that was involved in installing it, and now it's worse than useless and might even have to be blanked out! grrrrrrrr)

And the other wall space available is mostly behind the sink. I guess I could put a couple of outlets on the right of the big blank space behind the sink here - bearing in mind everything in here is on an GFCI breaker anyway, so it's not particularly dangerous to have an outlet near the sink - but probably I'll just put in, like, eight or um maybe sixteen outlets on the far right of the countertop. Mostly things like battery charges and laptops get pled in - nothing that would strain a 20A circuit. And there's already a feed to there.

abundance 14/52

<pros and cons> abundance 14/52


I've tried so hard for three months now. Tried to curb our pocket money. Tried to stick to the budget when grocery shopping. Tried to get our revolving debt under control.

Then I get this phone call:
C: "You remember those appliances I said I wanted?"
Me: "Mmm... not really but okay."
C: "The elements series? The stainless steel look?"
Me: "All right?"
C: "Well, they've gone non-stock and the clearance in the system and Jason says we can have the display units. The fridge, stove, and OTR microwave."
Me: "We do need an OTR microwave."
C: "Well?"
Me: "Uhhh... how much?"
C: "Sixteen hundred."

Good reader, my jaw dropped. I didn't know how I could turn down such a good deal. These three pieces retailed at over FOUR GRAND. The refridgerator alone retailed at almost two.

And we had been casting about for an OTR microwave (ours was countertop, old, still working but took up so much space) and a new fridge (again, OLD, not so energy efficient, and on the small side). Hoping for display units that were cheap. But never could luck into something.

So, we ran up the revolving debt again (C managed to work the price down to $1200, even better!) and Sunday night I became the proud owner of three brand-spanking-new-to-me appliances. We've been yanking out old ones, cleaning the spaces, and sliding in new ones. The new oven is true convection; the new fridge has a working ice-maker and better veggie storage; the new microwave will free up space for my Cuisinart and blender.

I just hope the energy savings makes up for the new payment.

small microwave convection ovens

small microwave convection ovens

KONG Classic Kong Dog Toy, Small, Red

KONG Classic has been the gold standard of dog toys for over thirty years. Our super-bouncy, US made, natural rubber compound is perfect for typical chewers. Veterinarians and trainers recommend stuffing KONG toys with KONG treats and KONG Ziggies to keep dogs busy and deter misbehaviors. The original, stuffable treat dispensing toy!

This funny-shaped rubber chew packs a huge play value into a small-dog-sized package. Legendary among dog lovers for their strength and durability, Kong toys are the answer to a busy pet owner's prayers. Dogs were made to hunt, chase, and gnaw, and denied a way to satisfy these natural urges, they can turn into barkers, diggers, problem chewers, or worse. Recommended by vets and trainers for dogs with separation anxiety, the Kong has a hollow interior that's ideal for stuffing with treats. Use peanut butter or soft cheese like glue to keep biscuits inside, and extracting the contents becomes a "hunt" to keep any pooch happy and busy all workday long. Dogs love the toys' goofy, unpredictable bounce and can chase, fetch, and play for hours. Chewing Kongs even helps promote strong jaws, clean teeth, and general oral health.
Often imitated but never equalled, Kongs are made in the USA from a thick, flexible rubber that's non-toxic, non-splintering, and puncture-resistant enough to stand up to even the strongest jaws. This red Tuffy is appropriate for the smallest dogs, including miniature dachsunds, toy poodles, and Yorkshire terriers; size up (and/or switch to a super-durable black Kong) for aggressive chewers. Regularly inspect your Kong for cracks or missing chunks, and replace worn or damaged toys to avoid a choking hazard. Satisfaction is guaranteed; if either you or your dog aren't happy with your purchase, return within 30 days for a full refund. --Mary Park

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