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|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|12-21-2012 08:25 AM|
|JohnnySuperHero||Back on sale for $35.99 so I jumped on it. Reviews seem pretty mixed, but for $40 I can't complain. The wife has wanted one for a while also. Cheers!|
|12-09-2012 11:02 AM|
|billcsho||It is funny that when I posted it 2 weeks ago at $31.5, there were way less people interested in it.|
|12-09-2012 09:26 AM|
what is my next best option?
|12-09-2012 03:16 AM|
|12-09-2012 02:16 AM|
No wonder sears is a Ghost Town.
I'll still pick up a deal from time to time, but regular in store shopping? no way.
|12-08-2012 04:10 PM|
It is back in stock for shipping. Great if you are looking to get multiple units, or it is not available at your store for pick up.
edit: Sorry, looks like it was for short time only. For Cyber Monday Rewind, it is again unavailable for shipping, and the price is higher too.
|12-08-2012 02:07 PM|
Every time I've been at Sears for a pickup and they know it's going to take them more than 5 minutes to find the order they usually stop the clock at 4:xx on the board.
I'm not petty enough to argue over a $5 coupon, I know it can be tough working in a warehouse and they're usually busting ass to get orders out anyway.
Store policy advertises 5 minutes. If this is an unrealistic time then it's up to management to change the policy. If not, then warehouse needs to pick up the pace. Corporate, are you listening?
|12-08-2012 11:11 AM|
|12-08-2012 11:05 AM|
|optionyout||Does anyone know if this has a gluten free setting?|
|12-08-2012 09:46 AM|
Just remember Sears has a 5 min policy. If you wait over 5 minutes on a pickup, they are suppose to give you a $5 coupon for anything in the store. What you have to do is make sure the screen is still counting the wait times. I've had the employee click the "completed" button about half way into the wait period (still got my coupon). Once, the guy unplugged the scanner so there was no record of how long it took. Now he was the only person servicing the area but it reminded me of what Sears has become.
|12-08-2012 09:38 AM|
|12-08-2012 08:48 AM|
|hardworker||It takes all of 5 minutes to put the ingredients in. There is one thing that no one has mentioned. You fill it, set the timer so that it will be done in the morning, and when you wake up, the aroma of fresh bread is incredible! Sometimes I ignore the bread and just take the aroma! People who go out and just buy it aren't saving all that much time, including the driving, and are missing a great part of life and don't even know it.|
|12-08-2012 08:39 AM|
I found those Sunbeam bread makers at ACA website. It seems all Sunbeam bread maker are just rebadged ACA breadmakers. And this Kenmore is a rebadged ACA-MB500.
They are just different models from the same production line.
|12-08-2012 07:17 AM|
I have an old breakmaker that I use exclusively for pizza dough. Here's my basic recipe off the top of my head
3 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar
1-2 tablespoons oil
1 cup warm/hot water + 1/4 cup water (more may be needed)
2 teaspoons+ active dry yeast (can get giant containers cheap at sam's club, don't buy those ridiculous packets)
Let the breadmaker do its thing, come back and separate into 3 dough balls (for thinner crust pizza).
When you need to bake them, I put them in at 425 on a round pizza pan for 5 minutes to partially bake them, then transfer to a peel and back into the oven directly on the rack after they've been topped.
It's not an ideal method for making pizza, but for homemade pizza you get a fairly nice crust that isn't soggy, and you don't have to spend all that time kneading the dough thanks to the breadmaker.
|12-08-2012 12:23 AM|
saved me on a Christmnas present.....Thanks
BTW going for $99 on amazon
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