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Instead of a new toaster oven I would buy an Emerill oven (or even another brand, but like it) , with bake, broil & air fryer functions, an all in one.  A friend has one.  It's size is just right.  I only have separate ones because I want to use these till they fail (which I hope isn't anytime soon...lol)

 
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From: Showtalk 

Dec-14

I would love one but I don’t have room. I have limited counter space with usable outlets.

Oh I thought you needed a new one & could put a new one in the place where your present one is.   When your present one gives up there will new choices.  It's just nice to have an all in one.

 

kizmet1

From: kizmet1 

Dec-14

I considered this one but the one I got also dehydrates and has the same wattage. Again,it may roast a turkey but in what and how big of one? The ad says it toasts 6 slices of bread. My new one toasts 12. That seems to be the way convection ovens are measured now.
An earlier one I had came with rotisserie. It was nice but rarely used.

If you are talking about your Oster French door convection oven, it is not advertised as an air fryer. Yours does not have the air fryer function.  As a rule convection ovens are larger than air fryers.

Amazon has pictures & you can tell the size by that.  I'm not sure what size turkey will fit in there.  You can always look in person at the different appliances at the different stores you go too.  

There are several different brands of oven air fryers, that's just one of them.  

BTW, one can dehydrate in a regular oven, just turn it down very low.  I've done celery leaves in one before when I ended up with too much celery after Thanksgiving.  I only use it for my dressing then.  Then I place it in an empty spice bottle that I've recycled.  smile

kizmet1

From: kizmet1 

Dec-15

I compared sizes and prices. I really like roast chicken but I really hate cutting it up raw. When the oven I bought came on sale I knew it was meant for me.

I don't like cutting up raw chicken either.  If I am going to, I will use plastic gloves & that helps me get the job done.  

kizmet1

From: kizmet1 

Dec-15

Good idea.
I do not have any strength in my neck and shoulders to cut anything raw. Also, I just really, really like whole roast chicken. Sneaking into the kitchen and cutting a bite off when I was 2 and a half is one of my earliest memories. It just hit the spot.

Oh gosh, that's good.  I don't have any memories that early .  I can't say that I like roasted chicken that much though.  I like it but it's not my favorite.

 

kizmet1

From: kizmet1 

Dec-15

Everyone fried. I loved seafood but always asked for roast chicken on my birthday. The exception to frying were my gps. Their stove had a built in well for stews and soup. They always made stewed chicken, stewed everything. I was so glad when parts were no longer made for it and the well was turned into a burner.
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