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    I’m interested in an air fryer. Can you ladies give me recommendations? I want want big enough for pork chops or chicken breasts.

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    We have a 5.7 Cozyna... from Amazon... it is great... I did 7 lb. whole chicken in it... I like cooking the whole chicken the best in this thing... the hubs wanted it for cooking hamburgers rather than getting the "spitting grease" all over the stove!!! He is the house cleaner...LOL... (That's how i get so much quilting done.. i love to cook,,, he likes CLEAN)...
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    Don't have one....yet, but when I get one, it will be the Cuisinart.
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    I have the original Phillips Air Fryer. I believe that Phillips makes a bigger one now. I can basically fit four chicken drumsticks or two chicken thighs in mine. It would probably fit two pork chops or two chicken breasts. If you can get a bigger one, you should. I'm quite disappointed in the limited capacity of mine.
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    I got the smaller Philips for Howard one Christmas, his mom bought him the larger one the next Christmas. It's my favorite for fries, tator tots, and chicken nuggets for the grands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba View Post
    Don't have one....yet, but when I get one, it will be the Cuisinart.
    Why?? Just wondering why this one over the others???
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    I have a Paula Deen 8.5. This is my second one, I gave the first air fryer I had to my daughter as it was smaller. The PD will hold 4 grilled cheese sandwiches at a time. Yes, 4 full sized pieces of bread on the bottom of the pan. It hold a lot and cooks really well and has a granite interior so you don't have to worry about the coating flaking off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cv quilter View Post
    Why?? Just wondering why this one over the others???
    Size and reviews...altho, I might go with the NuWave model.
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    I have the Cuisinart TOA60 which is a mini convection oven. It does a lot more than just air fry. It toasts, bakes, broils, air bakes, air frys, air broil, and warms. The door opens like an oven and even has a light inside so you can see what is happening. I replaced my Black and Decker toaster oven and have been extremely pleased with it. Cusinart also makes a digital version the TOA65 which has buttons instead of dials.
    There is a learning curve to cooking with convection in reduction of time and temps but not that difficult. An air fryer is basically a convection oven on steroids.......

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    I have thought about getting one of these.
    I think it would be a great thing to have! I enjoy reading everyone's different opinion. I also am thinking about possibly getting an instant Pot, although I don't know anyone that has one.

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