It is a big achievement of the socialist motherland and it looks very elegant too: The “Golden Chicken” Home Grill. Yes, design is important, but features are too. This grill does not have to be embarrassed at all.
Designed to meet the needs of what they called a modern household in the early 1980-s, it allows infrared radiant cooking. This means, the chicken will be ready to serve a lot faster and it will feel a lot better while being roasted. Also, the device offers lots of room for skewers and a fork for keeping the poultry in place, while it is being cooked.
Let’s not forget the movable glass door, which combines beauty with convincing functionality. Lamps will indicate whether the device is in use or not. Come on, a kitchen appliance of this caliber will sell itself.
This home grill is one of many Bulgarian inventions from the old days, which they are re-introducing on the website www.sandacite.bg. A radio transmitter put into service in 1929, the most modern electric typewriter ever, centrifugal pumps and prefabricated houses: It’s all there. The site offers a nostalgic view at inventions we could not have lived without.
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