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deep fryer selection HELP

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by noway, Nov 17, 2004.

  1. noway

    noway

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    I'm about pissed off and ready to junk my Presto Cool Daddy fryer. It has been great for the 1st 2 -4 months off use, but after having it close to 2 years and finding out the oil does not get as hot as I want it, the top lid very difficult to clean, and any oil spilled over the edge of the inner bucket and baked on is just as hard to clean.


    What do you use for your deep fry fryer? I would only be using this like 1once a week for frying cod,shark,scallops, or potatoes.
     
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    I like the fry daddys. for once a week, I wouldn't do any more than maybe buy a new one. if u did lots of frying like big batches or more often, then a industrial fryer... or a big pot over a gas burner :)

    might be as easy as replacing the rheo.
     

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  4. noway

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    I just looked at one of those last night. I ended up getting a smaller fry daddy only because it was on sold ( rollback at walmart ) for $13.99. I will invest into a bigger heavier duty sometime soon. Is the one listed in that ad easy to clean? The few Walmart jobs by GE, had removal basket and one had the heating element submergerd in the basket area fo quicker oil heats up. I'm more concern with the top lid and oil/grease collection in this area. And I want one that has an easy oil pour out basket.
     
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    Sounds creepy ;P

    ;f ;f ;f
     
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    Yea, it kinda was but this thread brought back a childhood memory... The face and lit eyes always fascinated me..

    Lota bluegills and perch went through that fryer...;)
     
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    Everything is better DEEP FRIED!;f