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Hot AIr Cooker
Anything you can cook on a stovetop or in an oven you can cook in the new "Turbo Boiler" hot air cooker developed by the Manning Company, Dunn, North Carolina.
The cooker uses hot air to cook food without any oil or grease. It'll roast, broil, steam, bake, toast, warm, fry and almost anything else you'd normally do with a conventional stove.
The new cooker contains an electric heating element and a fan, both installed in a lid-type unit. The cooker can be fitted over the top of a pan or casserole for cooking. For many types of frying or baking, food is placed on a rack in the pan so air circulates below the food.
Unit has complete thermostatic controls and can be timed to shut off automatically.
Sells for $180.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, The Manning Co., P.O. Box 1269, Dunn, N.C. 28334 (ph 919 892-1222, or 892-2418).

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