Microwave, pizza oven combo keeps college students going

With a full-functioned microwave oven combined with a pizza oven, college kids may never need another kitchen appliance.

Everything one ever needs. Kenmore

Convenience and kitchen gadgets go hand in hand. Certainly, that is true in the case of this Stainless Steel Kenmore Countertop Microwave & Pizza Oven. With the inclusion of a pizza oven into the base of the microwave, it's quite possible any college student will never need another appliance as long as they are in school.

The microwave and pizza oven work independently of each other. The microwave has six automatic One-Touch buttons, for most common microwave usages: Reheat, Cook, Defrost, Express Defrost, Popcorn, and Potato. Additionally, an "Add 30 seconds" button allows for personalized preferences for making any meal.

The pizza oven includes four automatic presets for cooking pizzas: Frozen Rising Crust, Frozen Regular Crust, Fresh Regular Dough, and Fresh Par-baked Crust. The temperature control allows for heating at 350, 375, 400, and 425 degrees. Additionally, the pizza oven is capable of baking biscuits and breads or cookies and pastries for fueling late-night study sessions.

There are two major food groups for any college student, which can be easily summed up as: pizza and microwaveable. (Yes, I'm sure many college students consider this a food group). With this combination device, both are represented in one convenient package. Just make sure, you know, they go out at least once in a while to pick up some veggies!

Via Craziest Gadgets

About the author

    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.


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