** This may only be for vulnerable residents only. **http://www.fireservice.co.uk/safety/chippans.php
I know that this has been posted before but not with a deep fat fryer. Staffordshire Fire & Rescue & also Wigan offer this service, check your local fire service for information.
"The safest way to deep fry is to use a thermostat-controlled electric deep fat fryer. Its thermostat stops it from ever overheating. Its also worthy to note that some Fire and Rescue Services will supply certain home owners with Deep Fat Fryers as a replacement for their Chip Pans."
They say vulnerable residents ie over 60 but my mum got one & she is 50+ (she'll kill me if I say her age)
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