Most of us are accustomed to the big, common stove that provides us with a large oven for baking and broiling, and a big stove-top with four electric eyes for our boiling, frying, and simmering needs. However, those hefty stoves generally cost a lot of money, unless you can find a good used one for sale, and many of us poor folks can only hope that they last for years and years, so we won’t have to worry about coming up with all that cash to replace one.
Well, on another note: If you’ve finally left home and just starting out, chances are that you either ended up in a furnished apartment or decided to rent a place that already came with a stove, refrigerator, and so on. BUT, what about when you decide to go buy a place of your own or perhaps move into another home that doesn’t come equipped with all of those convenient appliances and you are short on money? Yeah, it sucks doesn’t it?
Anyway, that’s the main reason for this blog post, to possibly help provide a temporary, monetary solution for your cooking dilemma… Have you ever heard of a convection oven and a portable double burner? Well, if you currently don’t have the money to spend on a bulky stove, you may have to settle for a compact, portable double burner and a convenient convection oven, until you save up enough cash. I must say, you may find yourself becoming fond of these little cooking devices and just say “to hell with the big stove,” as they don’t take up very much room nor do they waste much electricity. The convection oven, for example, won’t have to heat up a large area to cook your food, so this means less electricity and less unwanted heat (during the warm-weather months) into your home. The portable, electric double burner works like 2 typical stove-top eyes, so there is no need to explain the mechanics behind this device, other than saying it is a cheap alternative.
Hey, not everyone has everything handed down to them and/or gets stuff for free, so we gotta to do what we have to do. If you’re interested in these two items, you don’t have to worry about browsing through random offline stores, housewares, and whatnot. Amazon has just about everything; plus, shopping online is just so much more relaxing and simple. Personally, I hate waiting in long lines and being in crowded areas, so as you can tell, I have did a fair amount of shopping online, among other things. Ha!
Another Housewares / Kitchen Related Post: “Buy Stainless Steel Skillets, Frying Pans & Cookware Online…”
Random Recipe Post: “How to make your own Mexican Pizzas”
—End of Post “Don’t have money for a stove? Buy a Convection Oven & Portable Double Burner”