It wows me too.AquaticQueen said:I bake, but more simple things. Here's one of the more impressive cakes my sister has baked in the past few months (at least it wowed me)
How is it possible ... Wow, wow, wow and once more wow ... !!StarGirl said:My stove is Frigidare too It matches my Fridge.
I guess Im wowed too by you not being able to get a oven! Wow. Why?Cold&warm said:How is it possible ... Wow, wow, wow and once more wow ... !!
I feel so delightfully backward, as if I am still living in a cave. I surmise part if my European ancestors actually did (those who were contemporaries to Neanderthal man), but that was a long time ago ...
Fishlore is somethimes such a humbling experience, wonderful....!!
On the other hand, having no oven and not being able to get one is kind of a handicap.
Oven-cooked food is healthy and delicious ...
Why?StarGirl said:I guess Im wowed too by you not being able to get a oven! Wow. Why?
Yes American brand name by Electrolux, only because I Was repairing my oven this morning.Cold&warm said:Why?
For the most boring, elementary, and (possibly) embarrassing of reasons - although I think it is nothing to be ashamed of: lack of funds.
BTW, although I continue to be in awe for the advanced country you live in, I may have seen things larger than they really are. Frigidaire is the French word for refrigerator/fridge. My late (and educated/cultured) mum used it interchangeably with "koelkast" (which was inspired by our German neighbors ("Kuehlschrank"). I had understood your stove was also a fridge. Now it dawns upon me that Frigidaire is probably simply a brand name (for electrical equipment).
Electrolux sells (still?) a lot in North West Europe. I remember it is pricy and good, like Whirlpool. Here a lot of Japanese/Chinese stuff in the supermarkets...Turtle1 said:Yes American brand name by Electrolux, only because I Was repairing my oven this morning.
I spent awhile as an appliance salesman...i couldn't BELIEVE the prices on especially the higher end stuffCold&warm said:Electrolux sells (still?) a lot in North West Europe. I remember it is pricy and good, like Whirlpool. Here a lot of Japanese/Chinese stuff in the supermarkets...
Pity I lack your skill: I hardly ever used my oven. It was the last thing me mum bought (together with the fridge/"frigidaire"/koelkast/Kuehlschrank). It must be eay to fix for anyone who has any technical preparation... The oven was the last piece nationwide of thi model made by a well-known brand so my mum got a discount plus another one. It came in the end a little more than 50% of the price. And it is 100% stainless steel. Pretty rare and normally out of reach for her/our budget.
I never looked at stuff like that in the EU. I was more interedted in women, historical sites and boozeCold&warm said:When you were visiting in Europe, I presume?
My visiting the USA made it clear to me that in a richer country things are cheap ...
Guess what? Here, it's snowing lol. In September.StarGirl said:It rained all day here too. Gloomy doomy day.
Those cakes are pretty cool. I see alot of cakes in my industry. And I get bored. But the goe cakes I loveBetta'sAnonymous said:This really looks awesome! Make sure to tell yiur sister. Guessing it tastes pretty good, too!