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Rachel Allen Breadmaker was £74.79 now £37.39 @ Argos

£37.39 @ Argos
Seems to have good reviews and will match the slow cooker if you got one.. Rachel Allen recipes book included and plenty of stock. Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Seems to have good reviews and will match the slow cooker if you got one..
Rachel Allen recipes book included and plenty of stock.
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#2
I use our breadmaker just to knead and proove the dough, then cook off the bread in a conventional oven. I just don't like the fininshed product from the machine.
#3
Who's Rachel Allen ?
#4
waterloo
Who's Rachel Allen ?


http://englishmum.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/rachel-allen-300x256.jpg

Irish chef, quiet tasty actually..;-)
#5
She wears low cut tops and leans forward a lot!!!
#6
bidrick
She wears low cut tops and leans forward a lot!!!


How do her Baps turn out from this bread maker.:roll:
#7
If you're considering a breadmaker you really have to go for a Panasonic. Yes, they are more expensive (though a lot less than they were) but users consistently rate them better than other makes. We have an older one and it always gives excellent results. I think the latest model has been on HUKD recently.

Not knocking this one as I don't know much about it but it does look like so many of the secondary brand / own brand ones out there, but presumably with a few Euros royalty added for Ms Allen (no, I hadn't heard of her either but must be multitalented if she can cook AND design electronic kitchen equippment. At least it's more relevant than a boxer who designs burger grills!).
#8
Besford
If you're considering a breadmaker you really have to go for a Panasonic. Yes, they are more expensive (though a lot less than they were) but users consistently rate them better than other makes. We have an older one and it always gives excellent results. I think the latest model has been on HUKD recently.


Seconded

I've been using our Panasonic SD252 twice a week for years now and its still going strong and makes a perfect loaf every time.

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