Saturday, October 16, 2010

Stuff to look at



"It is generally accepted today that brushing the teeth immediately after eating
gives the greatest protection against decay..."
"My brand new Electric Range must cook from 4 to 24."


Here Mrs. Betty Hentz enjoys the use of the grill, grilling tomatoes, sweet potatoes and pineapple to serve along with ribs.






The children help to set a pretty table for the upcoming family meal. The new range makes it a snap preparing meals for hungry youngsters.





This young homemakers new range simplifies
family meal fixing...it really proves its worth
when she prepares meals for visiting out of town relatives.


  



The space in this young familys kitchen is so well utilized you would never know it only measures 10'x10'. It was designed to facilitate food preparation on a large or small scale. From this kitchen, betty can serve as many as two dozen persons with complete ease. When looking for an electric range husband and wife decided on one that was all cooking space. The range has divided surface units with a grill in the middle. With the grill removed, its extra large heating unit is ideal for cooking large quantities of such foods as spaghetti or corn on the cob, blanching vegetables for freezing or popping corn. In addition to the baking oven there is an extra oven specially designed for barbecuing or roasting. Betty can cook big roasts or broil large amounts of steak, hamburger or fish.

An automatic timer makes it possible for Betty to put a complete meal in her oven and attend a P.T.A. meeting or other community responsibility, confident that dinner will be ready when she returns. A ventilator hood over the range prevents cooking odors from reaching the rest of the house and cuts down on the amount and frequency of kitchen cleaning.
In the wall against which the range stands is a pass through for quick and convenient service in the adjacent breakfast room where the family its most meals.



3 comments:

  1. Hey : )

    I love your blog so I gave you an award

    http://thesecludedteapartyshhh.blogspot.com/2010/10/well-then-what-week-so-far.html

    Have a fab week : )

    Miss Sue Flay
    x

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  2. I just wanted to say Hello and what a lovely interesting blog you have. I will be looking forward to reading your posts. And also can i have one of those range cookers please that would fit right into my kitchen lovely...if only ;-)Love it, it reminds me a bit of a double washing machine. Take care Dee

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