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Breadman TR888 Corner Bakery 2-Pound Programmable Bread Maker


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  • Programmable breadmaker makes 1-, 1-1/2-, or 2-pound loaves of bread
  • 19 programs; 3 shade selections; 13-hour delay bake; 59-minute super-rapid start-to-finish bread
  • LED display; easy-to-clean touch-control panel; viewing window; steady base for safety
  • Hand wash only; 1-cup liquid measuring cup, butter lid, instructions, and recipes included
  • Measures 13-1/2 by 13-1/2 by 10 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 14.5 x 11.5 inches ; 19 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17 pounds
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  • ASIN: B00009KF18
  • Item model number: TR888
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,346 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Enjoy heavenly breads and delectable desserts from one machine! With 9 programs plus timer delay, crust control, and keep-warm mode, you can make anything from rich cheesecake to creamy butter to pudding to fresh-baked bread-all in less than an hour! Simply pour in your own fresh ingredients, close the lid, and select a program, and in no time flat your family will be savoring scrumptious homemade treats like: any kind of bread you can imagine-whole wheat, raisin, sourdough, cinnamon, and more; pizza; pretzels; sticky buns; cakes; pie fillings, and much more. And with a ready-to-make mix and a 68-page cookbook with 82 recipes for breads and desserts, you have everything you need to get started!

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Customer Reviews

The bread turns out great and it is easy to use.
TOPJOB7
It also comes with very easy to follow instructions and a really nice recipe book.
Elizabeth Nelson
Every loaf of bread I have made in the machine has turned out perfect.
Jean M. Johnston

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

175 of 176 people found the following review helpful By Ingalls on May 7, 2005
I was put off by the number of negative reviews here but I am now convinced that these critics didn't bother to read the very user-friendly manual and recipe book that comes with this product. Here is my experience: I opened the box at 10 AM, set the machine up on my counter, read the manual, poured in the properly measured and correctly warmed ingredients 20 minutes later, turned the machine on, and did my errands while the machine kneaded, warmed, kneaded, and baked my first loaf of bread. At 3 PM, I was eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on thickly sliced fresh bread that I had just made (the loaf cost me about 45 cents in ingredients vs. 3.99$ at the market). I was very happy with the results. Clean up took less than three minutes. Tomorrow I am going to make pizza dough (for about 40 cents - the local market charges 1.99$ for pizza dough - and it has been frozen!). If you are messing this up it is probably because you aren't measuring as accurately as you need to do for bread recipes - with yeast being active, even a pinch too little or too much of an ingredient can mess up your bread. This product exceeded my expectations for ease of use. A hint: buy the following while you wait for this to be delivered - a good bread knife with serrated edges, vegetable oil, yeast packages, BREAD flour (NOT all purpose flour), measuring spoons. I bought this to have fresh bread, to save money (the machine will pay for itself in a few months), to eat bread that doesn't have a lot of chemicals in it, to be more self-sufficient. I am grinning at my success : )))
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67 of 67 people found the following review helpful By skyhawk on May 14, 2006
I have had my Corner Bakery for 4 months now. On the average, I use it about once a week. So far, I have used it only for bread and dough, and have used the regular, sweet, Instabread and dough cycles. I have found it to be very reliable with both the recipes provided and recipes from other sources. I also like it because it will make loaves as small as 1 pound and up to at least 2 pounds.

A few tips:

1. In cold weather (room temperature at or below 65), I prewarm the pan and all ingredients to about 80 degrees.

2. I measure flour by weight (133g = 1 cup)with an inexpensive diet scale and find it to be much easier as well as more reliable than measuring in a cup.

3.The dough is too wet if it leaves traces on the floor of the pan as the kneading blade sweeps it around. Add flour about a tablespoon at a time.

4. The dough is too dry if it does not cohere into a single ball. Add water about 1/2 tablespoon at a time.

5. I have also found that I can cheat a bit and use the Instabake cycle successfully with recipes that are at least 50% white flour (I haven't dared yet to use more whole wheat flour on that cycle).

This is my first review ever, but I found other reviews helpful in chosing to buy this product, and hope to help the next shopper. For more money, there are breadmakers that allow you to reprogram the cycles, run partial cycles, make jam, and recover from power failure, but this one does a great job making bread and dough for half the price. I am very happy with mine.
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59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By GameMaker VINE VOICE on February 20, 2006
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I've had one of these for 2 months now and I really like it. I'm not at all an experienced baker, but even I can make great bread using this breadmaker.

There are however a couple things to know before buying one:

1. Some of the recipes are just...wrong. I make the standard white bread recipe they offer with 100% success. No problems, it always comes out great. However when I tried to make their whole wheat bread and sourdough bread, carefully measured out according to their recipes, they both ended in disaster the first time. I had to discard both batches because they were flakey, grainy mess. Reason? Not enough liquid, in fact, not NEAR enough liquid. I've since learned to adjust those recipes and they turn out great, but dang, I would have expected those to be better tested before they were published.

2. If you intend to use the packaged mixes, the bread machine is not at all cost-effective. This was kind of a surprise to me, and a dissappointment, but it's true. If for example you go to the supermarket and buy one of the packaged bread mixes, you'll pay as much or more for the mix then it would cost to just go to your local baker and buy a fresh loaf. Same thing with the sweets, muffins, etc. So instead be prepared to keep a cupboard filled to the brim with various baking supplies.
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By TOPJOB7 VINE VOICE on December 16, 2005
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We've used this for about 20 loaves so far and it's doing great. The pan is sturdy and thicker than many brands. The bread turns out great and it is easy to use.

Note that this is a vertical loaf, not horizontal like other breadman products. Also there is no bake-only mode and are no programmable modes. Finally, if the power goes off you start over- no battery backup. But this is a great choice for a basic breadmaker.
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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By MM on April 1, 2004
This is the third bread machine I've had so far and after several weeks I've had good results. My main criteria in a machine was a 2-pound capacity. The machine has a good, heavy-duty pan that is deep, even for a 2-pound capacity, that reduces the mess that flies out and collects in the bottom of the chamber during mixing. It's been very easy to clean and is quiet while operating. My only complaint is the extremely long basic bread cycle (3 hours, 40 minutes) which produces a nicely textured loaf but required much experimenting to find the right amounts of yeast and flour to make a loaf that wouldn't fall. However, the dough cycle is short (1 hour, 3 minutes) and the extra features such as a setting to make your own butter are appealing, though I haven't tried them yet. Not a bad machine--the best I've used yet.
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