View Full Version : Crepe or Pancake maker -GE invention rocks!
09-26-2008, 06:47 PM
Thrift store delights.
Was telling this man in store, another shopper what I was looking for and he took me right to this GE crepe maker or pancake maker. Nothing to take apart either. I can take it out to make the crepe recipe we talked about here or flip it over to make pancakes. Can make 8 total.
I can just put my crepe part into dehydrator or even make 4 crepes and then 4 pancakes too at the same time.
Can you believe that $6.99 bargain and looks new too?
I can put model number in a post today/tomorrow as have to sneak in my new toy when hubby gone.
carolg, a happy shopper
09-26-2008, 08:02 PM
Yikes! You paid $47 for something in a thrift store? I've seen things like that for under $5...
09-26-2008, 08:06 PM
Wow, did I have a typo or what? I edited it to read $6.99 I paid fo the one unit GE blessing making either crepes or pancakes.
Are you suggesting you saw same one, one that makes either crepes, or flat pancakes and comes out to use either side without detacting anything? I feel I got a super bargain as I used to have or maybe have around here a cast iron heart shaped crepe maker. No where to be found yet or maybe ever.
I gotta get to ebay and peak too. Regardless to me seems great deal!
09-26-2008, 08:08 PM
Ha ha, you're funny. I just wistfully looked at a cherry pitter in a thrift store and put it down. Will I live to regret that?
09-26-2008, 08:43 PM
I can find so much stuff so a cherry pitter could be one I don't have use for but I can buy and let you know.
I looked for GE website to find this crepe or pancake maker and couldn't find a one and not even at ebay. Maybe I have an antique. I do want to see what it looks like to share with you all.
More kitchen UNcooking wares:
Found scalloped heart, 3, new in package, but NON stick kind. Do I really want to keep these as I am not sure on the NON stick part and also if I need this plus the crepe one I just found. Paid for scall. hrts: $5.99.
Retail $16ish. Not at this site however.
Wondering what I would use to prevent the batter from sticking in my dehydrator? Maybe coconut butter/oil?
Taking your kitchen requests and let me see what I can do for you.
Oh, side note here....love to exercise and found:
Lucy exercise pants....about $60 value from what the website looks like, but could be more...
Patagonia pants ....think I saw at the website.....$75ish....
My prices being at the right place at the right time: $3.99 each and then 15% discount on top of that. I did GREAT!
09-26-2008, 09:50 PM
lol...that sounds a lot more realistic! I just remember seeing something like that in a thrift store for around $5...never bought it though so I don't remember what it was exactly. Would have also been at least a year ago since I've not been in the US for a while.
My only flat bready addiction is potato cakes, to which, sadly, there is no raw equivalent.
Whoa! Now that's throwing down a challenge! Some raw vegan will nobley step into the ring to create some goobley-gook that in no way shape or form tastes or resembles potato cakes and proudly serve them as "raw potato pancakes!"
09-26-2008, 11:23 PM
Guess what? My 3 pancake molds is NON STICK (???want this?) and design is scalloped heart. Super cute pattern.
So do I want to use NON STICK? It's only going into dehydrator and if I give it to my daughter then cooked wherever done.
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