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By Debbie Gore | November 23, 2007
Fast Turkey on Fast Money
Cook the turkey, talk fast, be witty and enjoy the banter of Dylan Ratigan, the moderator and one of five Wall Street traders on CNBC’s Fast Money which aired Wednesday, November 21st. That was my advice from the New York producers on what to expect for my live segment about the TurboChef residential oven taped via satellite from our Dallas corporate headquarters.
Our segment “Fast Turkey on Fast Money” was a glimpse of me cooking a 12-pound unstuffed turkey in 42 minutes and was intertwined with investment strategies and debates between Dylan and Wall Street traders. My goal was to introduce the viewing audience to just what is in store for home chefs. The TurboChef Oven cooks in revolutionary time with patented technology. It is changing the way we view the once overwhelming task of preparing a feast for friends and family.
CNBC traders and moderator, Dylan, nicknamed “The Commissioner” had to be wishing to have a slice of my succulent turkey. Their bird, cooked in a conventional oven (a 4 hour job), looked a bit dry.
Have fun, the producers reiterated, and I did! It is much easier talkin’ turkey than their job of deciding if their arguments over stock and investment strategies have merit.
By Brian Pember | November 1, 2007
The Art of Cooking.
The signature design of the TurboChef oven is nothing if not unique and it's been known to inspire some passionate feelings in its admirers (it's OK Richard, we understand where you're coming from). Currently though, it is being admired by patrons of the Austin Museum of Art. The TurboChef SpeedCook Oven is on display as part of the museum's Extra-Ordinary: The Everyday Object in American Art/Everyday Objects exhibit.
"The exhibition features those ingenious, yet ubiquitous, objects we use everyday that have been transformed to tickle the consumer's imagination."