my brother needed a new microwave.
he's been using my parent's 1975-ish model for quite some time.
it still works, but maybe it wasn't very energy efficient.
i think it was $400-$500 new, which in today's dollars would be quite a bit.
the cool part is the spinning dials and the flipping numbers on the clock. notice the temperature settings and food suggestions for high. "Flash Defrost" was my favorite setting. it even had a probe to detect the internal temperature while cooking.
say goodbye to your old friend.
whenever we go up north someone always gets hurt.
the perfect home for my pillsbury bake-off prize.
did anyone bring any microwave popcorn?