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Egg and Muffin Toaster: just like ... errrr

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September 5, 2005

Egg and Muffin Toaster: just like ... errrr

Egg and Muffin Toaster: just like ... errrr

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September 6, 2005 One wonders just how much influence the MacDonalds franchise chain has had on the human grazing habits of the planet during the last few decades. We’d hazard a guess at A LOT. Anyone who has ever spent time with children will realize how effective MacDonalds has been at accessing the collective pin-number of the next generation and it’s been an institution long enough to have fond memories for the last generation and even the one before that. Which is why, we hypothesise, gadgets such as new Egg & Muffin Toaster exist.

Comfort food is relative, and for a large proportion of the community that was raised on modern fast foods, this little baby delivers the goods in under four minutes at home. On a purely functional level, it can simultaneously toast two slices of bread, (or English muffin, bagel, croissant, etc), cook an egg (poached or steam-scrambled), and warm a pre-cooked slice of ham or sausage ... or any combination of these three functions.

The toaster's intelligent "Egg/Toast" function directs the steam cooking and toasting to complete at the same time. The Egg & Muffin Toaster also features wide toasting slots, an auto shut-off for individual toasting and poaching options, an easy-to-clean control touchpad, light to dark toaster settings, and the ability to boil up to four eggs. It also includes cord storage and a removable crumb tray for easy cleanup. The product goes on sale to the public later this month at US$50.

Now if they could get one of these things to do the french fries just the way they serve 'em at MacDonalds ...

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Mike Hanlon After Editing or Managing over 50 print publications primarily in the role of a Magazine Doctor, Mike embraced the internet full-time in 1995 and became a "start-up all-rounder" – quite a few start-ups later, he founded Gizmag in 2002. Now he can write again.   All articles by Mike Hanlon
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