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I'm looking to disconnect my gas stove and recover the space in my tiny
kitchen.
To accomplish this, I need a small 110 volt oven that bakes evenly.
I've tried a number of overgrown toaster-ovens in friend's kitchens,
but they're ... toaster ovens.

Is there such a thing as a legitimate 110V standalone oven, however
small? Or is the electricity the limiting factor?


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On 4 Jul 2006 16:09:45 -0700, "Just Mo" wrote:

I'm looking to disconnect my gas stove and recover the space in my tiny
kitchen.
To accomplish this, I need a small 110 volt oven that bakes evenly.
I've tried a number of overgrown toaster-ovens in friend's kitchens,
but they're ... toaster ovens.


I bought this one many years ago...and it has been installed in my
"permanent" kitchen. Probably one of the best appliances I have
ever purchased!


http://dvorsons.com/Farberware/Farbe...onvecOven.html


It is a 110 volt oven..that really is an oven. We have roasted a 10
pound turkey and an 8 pound prime rib. They have been flawless.

Also, I love the oven for proofing yeast products. It is the perfect
proofing oven.




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Oh pshaw, on Tue 04 Jul 2006 05:05:17p, Ward Abbott meant to say...

On 4 Jul 2006 16:09:45 -0700, "Just Mo" wrote:

I'm looking to disconnect my gas stove and recover the space in my tiny
kitchen. To accomplish this, I need a small 110 volt oven that bakes
evenly. I've tried a number of overgrown toaster-ovens in friend's
kitchens, but they're ... toaster ovens.


I bought this one many years ago...and it has been installed in my
"permanent" kitchen. Probably one of the best appliances I have
ever purchased!


http://dvorsons.com/Farberware/Farbe...onvecOven.html


It is a 110 volt oven..that really is an oven. We have roasted a 10
pound turkey and an 8 pound prime rib. They have been flawless.

Also, I love the oven for proofing yeast products. It is the perfect
proofing oven.


Ward, that's exactly the oven I was going to recommend. I bought one the
very first year they came out, back in the early 1970s. It still works
like a charm, although I know the controls have been updated, the basic
design has not changed.

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On 4 Jul 2006 16:09:45 -0700, "Just Mo" wrote:

I'm looking to disconnect my gas stove and recover the space in my tiny
kitchen.
To accomplish this, I need a small 110 volt oven that bakes evenly.
I've tried a number of overgrown toaster-ovens in friend's kitchens,
but they're ... toaster ovens.


I bought this one many years ago...and it has been installed in my
"permanent" kitchen. Probably one of the best appliances I have
ever purchased!


http://dvorsons.com/Farberware/Farbe...onvecOven.html


It is a 110 volt oven..that really is an oven. We have roasted a 10
pound turkey and an 8 pound prime rib. They have been flawless.

Also, I love the oven for proofing yeast products. It is the perfect
proofing oven.


I have not owned one but the Cadco is also considered by many to be a
great small oven.

http://www.dvorsons.com/Cadco/CadcoConvection.htm

Roland
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On 4 Jul 2006 16:09:45 -0700, "Just Mo" wrote:

I'm looking to disconnect my gas stove and recover the space in my tiny
kitchen.
To accomplish this, I need a small 110 volt oven that bakes evenly.
I've tried a number of overgrown toaster-ovens in friend's kitchens,
but they're ... toaster ovens.

Is there such a thing as a legitimate 110V standalone oven, however
small? Or is the electricity the limiting factor?



Delonghi (sp?) makes a nice counter-top 110 volt oven. I picked one
up a few years ago for about $100 (non-digital model being phased out
for one with digital controls). It has a fan if you want use it as a
convection oven and a rotiserie that's great for roasting chickens.

- Mark


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