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George Foreman 10726 Lean Mean Toasting Machine

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      03.08.2009 00:05
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      My favourite, overworked, appliance

      Many years ago my lovely Mum-in-Law bought me a good toaster with a gripping mechanism that held the bread in the centre so it toasted evenly on both sides. It took me years to find a replacement I could afford but George answered my prayers. This is especially useful if you bake your own bread as it's also the only toaster I've ever found that takes a full slice of my bread machines successful loaves. I ended up buying one of these toasters for everyones Christmas presents a few years ago and we're all still fans. The controls give a good choice of browning options and the frozen bread button means that you can freeze your bread and still have the toast in the morning, so convenient in hot weather, no more green fur coats on the loaf! A good toaster for any age, looks smart in the kitchen too.

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      Short name: George Foreman 10726