Sunday, March 22, 2009
small appliances! ALL SOLD
Sometimes my kitchen counter appliances like to gab about who is overused and who gets ignored. From left to right: Oster toaster with slots big enough for a bagel, which would be great if you could buy a bagel here; Hamilton Beach blender with glass pitcher (blenders are a necessity here for all the juices you can make; extra parts are readily available and should fit most standard blenders); General Electric kettle with four cup capacity; six cup capacity Oster coffee maker with clock can be programmed to start your morning brew before you roll out of bed. $10 for the toaster; $15 for the blender; $5 for the teakettle; $25 for the coffee makerRun of the mill small Electrolux microwave. Makes a mean bag of microwave popcorn. $30
When we moved to Colombia, we brought our own toaster, blender, and electric tea kettle. We purchased a coffee maker and microwave here. All are in good working condition but because the voltage is different in Kuwait, we'll be purchasing new appliances there.