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    Senior Member Broknwing's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bridget
    .just wanted to mention a side opening oven and a flat touch pad cook top.
    Bridget,

    Have you purchased one yet? If so, which one? Can ya give a review on it? The only appliance I have not yet purchased for my kitchen is the wall oven. And the primary reason is b/c I wanted a side open like you mentioned and I haven't researched them well yet. I'd love to hear opinions on specific brand/model of them before I bought one....Thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2jazzyjeff
    well hell... this explains everything.. or atleast alot. if you're not stuffing your face with Big Mac's, you're Betty Crocker'n it up in the kitchen.. roll away from the groceries...

    i thought the Foreskin grill was supposed to drain the fat? try smaller bowls in the future, or at the minimum, smaller portions..
    You mean the 'stop eating so much' diet? Good call jeffy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broknwing
    THAT THING LOOKS AWESOME!!!!! Can I try it out next week? I think i'm gonna hafta order me one or two. what's the diff between the one with and without the magnet? Thx
    The one with the magnet sticks to the fridge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tigger74
    My family doesn't think I can do it but I want to try it.
    Sure, there are lots of things you 'can't do' but you just gotta do those things anyway. Don't make me quote that stupid bumble bee thing dammit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cspine
    The one with the magnet sticks to the fridge.
    like your lips?





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    Quote Originally Posted by Cspine
    You mean the 'stop eating so much' diet? Good call jeffy.
    NO... that would be the Slim-Slo one that you are on now...





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    Quote Originally Posted by Cspine
    a standard oven rack puller are my most helpfull tools. Big soup bowls with handles help too.
    This comes from Acme, huh. Must be the same place the cyote gets the stuff he's always trying to get Road Runner with?

    BTW, some XOX can be reviewed and purchased at Amazon, ofter cheaper than at their own site.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=...den-aps&page=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2jazzyjeff
    like your lips?
    LOL Jeff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broknwing
    Bridget,

    Have you purchased one yet? If so, which one? Can ya give a review on it? The only appliance I have not yet purchased for my kitchen is the wall oven. And the primary reason is b/c I wanted a side open like you mentioned and I haven't researched them well yet. I'd love to hear opinions on specific brand/model of them before I bought one....Thx
    Hi 'Chelle
    Here is the one I have...

    http://www.frigidaire.com/products/c..._GLEB27S7C.asp

    It's the only one I know of that has a side opening door. I really like it...it's kinda like a microwave, but bigger. Easy to reach into and has touch pad buttons...self cleaning too...I like it lots I had them mount it so it's perfect for my height. The door is a little stiff to open, but even as a quad I manage so it should be fine for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bridget
    Hi 'Chelle
    Here is the one I have...

    http://www.frigidaire.com/products/c..._GLEB27S7C.asp

    It's the only one I know of that has a side opening door. I really like it...it's kinda like a microwave, but bigger. Easy to reach into and has touch pad buttons...self cleaning too...I like it lots I had them mount it so it's perfect for my height. The door is a little stiff to open, but even as a quad I manage so it should be fine for you.
    Thank you very much Bridget That looks nice, however they don't have it in stainless There are a couple more out there, but they are DEF more expensive...I've looked AT them at Expo Center, but not done much research. I LOVE the idea of it being more "microwave" like in the ease of use...getting around an oven door is def. cumbersome and dangerous...not to mention i've got short arms to begin with, so even if before I was in a chair i was always fighting the oven door to reach stuff. Thanks for the link, I'll def look into that one(in black to match my kitchen since they don't have stainless )
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