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Old 09-15-2011, 01:18 AM   #1
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I found a really neat gadget at Goodwill today called the Short Order Cook. It makes omelets, mini pies, and pocket pizzas. I just made a pocket pizza with Pillsbury pizza dough, spaghetti sauce, cheese, and pepperoni. It turned out yummy and way better than a Hot Pocket. I'm going to make a chocolate pudding pie later.
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Old 09-15-2011, 11:13 AM   #2
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Please send me a chocolate one. Sounds good. I love the bbq beef hot pockets...yum
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BBQ beef in puff pastry, sounds yummy. Thank you for the idea
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Old 09-15-2011, 08:26 PM   #4
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A quick online search, found a Short Order Cook on Ebay, broken but functional for $22.

The Short Order Cook was made by Salton, Inc.
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Salton, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of small electronics, principally for the kitchen. It has a roster of strong selling items, including the George Foreman Grill, the Juiceman juice extractor, and the Breadman bread machine. It markets appliances under a variety of other well-known brand names such as Toastmaster, White Westinghouse, Farberware, Block China, and its own Salton line. The company sells its goods both in department stores and in mass market outlets such as Kmart. It also has had key success selling appliances through television infomercials: half-hour programs that demonstrate a product, usually with a celebrity spokesperson. The company has kept abreast of changing tastes by bringing out new products quickly, catching fads and then moving on to the next. Salton experienced enormous growth in the 1990s, with sales growing at over 60 percent annually between 1996 and 1999. Company headquarters are in suburban Chicago, but almost all its manufacturing is contracted in Asia.
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Old 09-16-2011, 02:46 AM   #5
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Is it like the GT Express?



I've seen that infomercial an embarrassing number of times.

It sounds like a promising purchase. If you end up using it to make corn dogs, please update how that went. That was the best part of the infomercial.
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Yes, it does look pretty similar to that appliance, same basic concept. I would like to see the infomercial. It would give me more ideas. Mine came with a very short recipe booklet of mostly omelets and a few pie recipes. I only paid eight dollars for mine and it was new. It seems I got a good deal. I have seen similar stuff at Kohls like a cupcake maker, doughnut maker, and a whoopie pie maker that looks like the same brand.
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I can't find the one I'm used to. It's an older one, but here is one for a newer model.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaAMl...eature=related
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