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Are you in the market for a new microwave? Consider the Kenmore CMO, available at Sears and K Mart – in store and online. It is available in white, black, and red to fit any decor. It is very reliable, easy to use, looks sharp, and is reasonably priced at $109.99. Layaway available!
If you are setting it up a little distance from a plug-in, make sure to purchase an appliance extension cord (heavy duty, not the inexpensive white one) at your local hardware or farm and home store.
The Kenmore white countertop microwave oven 69122 takes the guesswork out of microwave cooking. A built-in moisture sensor detects when food is cooked just right, and then automatically turns the oven off when finished.
This 1.2 cu. ft. white 1,200-watt microwave features multi-stage cooking function to take the hassle out of cooking foods that need several cooking cycles. For example, program the defrost cycle and time, the cooking power level and time, the hold warm function. When one stage is complete, the next stage automatically starts. This Kenmore countertop microwave oven also offers Auto Defrost, which thaws out specific foods (such as meat, poultry, fish or bread) without you specifying defrosting and power levels.
1.2 cu. ft of interior space is tall enough for a 7-in. mug or 20 oz. cup
Delivers 1200 watts of power for faster cooking and reheating
Multi-stage cooking lets you set more than one cooking cycle for a food—like defrost, cook and warm—and automatically runs each cycle in order, at the power you specify and for the time you specify. preparations with multiple steps hassle-free.
Sensor Cooking eliminates guesswork by detecting moisture in food and automatically adjusting the cooking time
One-touch cooking has pre-programmed buttons for favorite foods, so you don’t have to choose cooking times and power levels
10 power levels
1-year general warranty
If you heat with wood and have an insert, make sure you have it checked out regularly. Ask them about setting the thermostat lower so the insert will kick on earlier. You will be happy you did.
See if there is a salvage grocery store in your area. You will be amazed at the deals and interesting items you find there. Sometimes you can find prep food used by restaurants for pennies on the dollar!
Throwing a party? Need serving pieces? Consider going to places like Marshall’s, TJ Maxx, Ross’s. Get selection, great deals, but sometimes hit and miss. Isn’t that part of the fun …
Support your local charities; go to their events. Not only will you be a part of their ministries, you will also be able to network for business purposes, especially in small towns.
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