Farewell to Ovens

I received an ancient toaster oven after my Grandma Froedge died in 1992.  I used it until it finally died and could not be repaired this July.  At least 4 generations of our family used it (Grandparents, Parents, Us, our nieces).  I am not sure of the age but it was quite old.  It did not even have an off switch but was UL listed for safety.  How times have changed.

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BTW,  it was the back ground for many of my SO's cooking and produce pictures.

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