dealssavoureux pro line® convection oven for $54.99…

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Anyone out there who has used one of these? Would like to know if you like it and what kinds of things you cook with it, especially anything that you think is really good.

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I LOVE mine. I put whole chickens in (I season with lemon pepper or other rubs) set the timer for 20 minutes per lb. and it makes the tastiest meal. I throw in potatoes, onions, etc. with it. Mine is a different brand but looks basically the same.

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How much heat does it give off? Is it good for not heating up the kitchen? We are going to remodel our kitchen and I am wondering if I can use it in an Ikea buffet this year, and look forward to having a hot weather alternative, as well.

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These are great. We use it for cooking chicken, ribs and pork bbq. You can even use it to cook flan and baked potatoes. You can get them cheaper at any Asian store for about $50.00.

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@1woottorulethemall: $50 plus tax = $55 + plus driving time and gas =/= not cheaper.

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@kylemittskus: But what if you shop at that asian store & are already there? :-P

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we've only used ours a few times so far but so far so good - it does everything it says it does - it bakes cookies as well as chicken. It gets the grease out of chicken and leaves a very nice crispy crust. I haven't tried bread yet, but I think it will make a nice crunchy loaf with a soft center - that's what I'm thinking anyway. There was less heat in the kitchen from this than from the regular gas oven. So far I'm sold.

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Anyone knows where to buy the fuse or replace the burner(bulb)? Mine broke when I turn the temp to the top degree at one time. It went out just like that. Useless now. Is it fixable at home? Anyone had any experience? Thanks!