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A basic toaster
on February 2, 2012
Why do toasters bite the dust just when you are counting on them? We recently had one go to the great toaster graveyard in the sky and picked up this basic model locally.
It is wide enough for bagels, and has a frozen food setting that I use for my Toaster Strudel and my husband uses for frozen waffles. It works.
In case you didn't notice the photo, it is black, like the rest of my kitchen. In the two months we have had it, it has toasted things nicely, it has not blown up or set my kitchen on fire, and it has not magically changed to another color. So it passes all of my tests.
If you want it to do something else, you probably need another toaster or a different appliance, but this is exactly what it says it is.
EDITED Feb 13, 2013
This toaster continues to toast away in our kitchen. Since our daughter and granddaughter moved in with us, it has faithfully served four people instead of two.
It still hasn't done anything magic or special, just gives us toast when we want it. And gratefully, it has remained black, which matches my can opener and microwave, and her Keurig. Since our counter is now a bit more crowded, the only thing I would change us to make the cord a bit longer, but they all seem to have shorter cords nowadays.