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Our House Proud Innovator friend reviews a toaster from the Morphy Richards Accents range. See the original post here.
As I told you in my review earlier for their Jug Kettle (that you can seehere), I’ve been reviewing lots of lovely products for Morphy Richards in my role as House Proud Innovator. I loved the red Jug Kettle they sent, which matches our red Dolce Gusto machine, so I was over the moon to get the matching toaster too. Although, if you don’t like red, you also have the choice of blue, green, white, and … wait for it … lime green and purple ! I love having funky -coloured appliances in the kitchen that make me smile as I do the washing up or saunter in half-asleep and bleary-eyed in the morning.
I love the rounded corners of the toaster (if it was a woman, you’d say she was voluptuous and curvy !) and the shiny metallic trim. The retro look and funky colours instantly make me think of a classic American diner - maybe I should redo the kitchen with black and white tiles and buy a black vinyl bench !
It has two slots for toasting two slices at once and you can choose the thickness, which is brilliant if you make your own bread, as we do, as it invariably comes out thicker than shop-bought sliced bread. If you like toasting other things like crumpets, muffins, rolls, burger buns or malt loaf, the high lift facility is really handy (and avoids the death-defying poking around in the toaster with a knife when black smoke starts pouring out and you can’t get the stuck crumpet out … or is that just me ?!).