Sunday, April 20, 2008

Bread machines, without a manual

We've had a breadmaker loaned to us!

No manual attached, though.

However, Susanne, the new owner of Hillbilly Housewife, has taken on this exact situation in "What to do when your manual is missing."

After ten years, the Internet still amazes me.


Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

I bought a Rowenta iron at Goodwill (a good one but not the very expensive kind).

I didn't know how to use it so I looked on their website and there... set up to be PRINTED OUT... was a manual for that model!

You are right, the Internet still amazes me, too.

Mama Squirrel said...

The problem with this particular brand is that the company no longer handles breadmakers, and the manuals are very scarce and not online.

But we have found some good and detailed reviews that describe the different settings, and a few of the included recipes posted here and there. And Susanne's tutorial was very helpful. So--almost as good.

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