Last summer, after much deliberation, we bought a Remoska from Lakeland The Remoska is a mini oven that has been used in the Czech Republic since before the Second World War. In 1990 two Czechs bought the manufacturing equipment and started making them again. It's so easy to use - it just has an on-off switch, that's it! It's all Teflon coated so easy to clean and runs on a fraction of the electricity of a standard oven.
It was one of the best purchases we have made. OK, it's not overly attractive, especially as mine doesn't look as clean and shiny as this anymore as it's been so well used, but it is such a great thing. Over the last year it has helped me rustle up full roasts, lasagnes, cakes, scones, biscuits, toasted sandwiches and so much more. The claims on the Lakeland website are completely true (although I've never managed crisp roast potatoes in it). Whilst I'm really looking forward to the versatility and size of a normal oven it won't be goodbye "Moska", you'll still be brought out for smaller things when I don't need a full oven.
Tonight though, I'm dusting off the pizza stone, cranking up the new oven and will be eating celebratory pizza for the Opening Ceremony.