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Aug. 23rd, 2008

08:56 pm - Dinner tonight! (what we made)

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1. Tomato Basil Bread from Panera
2. Smoked Duck Salami from Village Imports (I miss their Open Warehouse days...)
3. Etivaz cheese that I brought back personally from Paris! (last December)


1. Toast tasty bread lightly on each side.
2. Apply layer of yummy sliced salami.
3. Apply layer of delectable cheese.
4. Bake (convection) for 5 minutes in the magic toaster oven.



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Date:August 24th, 2008 04:33 am (UTC)
I should probably mention (disclaim?) that Etivaz isn't actually a French cheese. It is made in Switzerland, only once a year leading up to Christmas, and is a very special, very unusual, very unique and distinct, earthy, nutty, wonderful cheese. YUM!

Edited at 2008-08-24 04:34 am (UTC)
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Date:August 25th, 2008 12:01 pm (UTC)
What makes the toaster oven magic?
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Date:August 25th, 2008 03:57 pm (UTC)
I don't know! It just is! Everything we make in it comes out infinitely better than we expect, and we love, love, love the convection oven feature--use it all the time.

When we decided we could do with a newer toaster oven, we looked at America's Test Kitchen's review of toaster ovens which had luckily recently been updated. If I recall correctly, they recommended the Krups FBC-4. We couldn't get that from Macy's, where we had a bunch of gift certificate stuff, but we could get the FBC-2, which is apparently the same except that it doesn't have pre-programmed "cook this type of thing" buttons (which really aren't necessary). So, we got the FBC-2.

It appears to be $200 list, and is available various places including Amazon for $40 or more less than that.
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Date:August 26th, 2008 09:45 am (UTC)
Cool! Thanks for the info. Always looking for a good toaster oven (arguably the most used appliance in our kitchen).
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