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Does anyone have (and use) a Remoska?

(4 Posts)
SlightlySuperiorPeasant Wed 28-Nov-12 11:38:56

I received one as a wedding present and have only really used it for jacket potatoes. I have the recipe book but all the recipes seem to start by using the hob. Does anyone actually use their Remoska on a regular basis? What do you cook on it?

CogitoErgoSometimes Wed 28-Nov-12 15:09:37

Awaiting any replies as I've often wondered if they're any good. Never seen them for sale anywhere but Lakeland who must have bought all the stock when some Eastern Bloc factory closed down and are still flogging them!!

EIizaDay Wed 28-Nov-12 16:50:39

I've wondered about buying my old mum one as I think it might be easier for her than her big oven but I'd like to hear others views too.

goodlifemummy Sun 02-Dec-12 21:30:25

My mum has one and swears by it, fits neatly on worktop, hardly uses any electric and you can cook pretty much anything in it - brill sausages and roast potatoes

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