I grew up with a toaster oven and no toaster, but gave up my toaster oven in favor or a toaster after a couple years.rkuchinsky wrote:Typically it's a toaster oven because you can also use it as a small oven for broiling and such (goes up to 350-450C), much higher than a toaster. It's a toaster because you can also use it on low power to only toast toast.Vee wrote:
i think i'd call it a horizontal toaster rather than an oven. it melts cheese and other substances onto a surface really well aside from producing good toast. always comes with a crumb tray. good for heating a stale slice of pizza. i think the only downside is that the toast doesn't automatically pop up
NOT the same as a normal full size oven.
Just for a little more fun with semantics, KitchenAid, calls the item pictured a "Countertop Oven"
and not a toaster oven.