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  • LIL_LillyLIL_Lilly Posts: 54 Member
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    All of them please! I use kitchen appliances so much in game, if we could only have one I guess thermostat items could come with a seasons refresh. sorry if this was already asked for but a rice maker would be sweet. <3
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  • SuceressSuceress Posts: 1,575 Member
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    As an aside, I just discovered a 2nd air fryer in the cabinet that I forgot about. LOL.

    Ooh, breadmaker is another one I forgot. They were all the rage in the 90s. Got gifted for raffles a lot. We had one but the bread always came out super dense.

    I'll have to add that to my list to make collages of. And the thermostats are good. Ooh, thermometers for checking food temp is another thing I need to look up.
  • crocobauracrocobaura Posts: 5,499 Member
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    I think they will only add new appliances if they are going to add several new dishes to go with them. With bread, I don't like that sims essentially eat bread as a dish instead of as a side food. Maybe they should give us a candy hook, so sims could make candy for Spookyfest and Winterfest. Or cookie cutter set or cookie press so sims could make cookies and gingerbread.
  • SuceressSuceress Posts: 1,575 Member
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    For some people bread is a meal but it's not all that nutritious. Cookie cutters would be neat. If you find any images of stuff let me know. I make collages of items I would like in the game.
  • ViolettaVioletta Posts: 29 Member
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    A toaster with options to make different kinds of toast. But I would be ecstatic to see any of these in the game.
  • ignominiusrexignominiusrex Posts: 2,080 Member
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    Suceress wrote: »
    As an aside, I just discovered a 2nd air fryer in the cabinet that I forgot about. LOL.

    Ooh, breadmaker is another one I forgot. They were all the rage in the 90s. Got gifted for raffles a lot. We had one but the bread always came out super dense.

    I'll have to add that to my list to make collages of. And the thermostats are good. Ooh, thermometers for checking food temp is another thing I need to look up.

    I remember those breadmakers. I would never buy one because they were all lined in Teflon like most one-use-only appliances so popular then. People figured out during covid that it's easier just to make bread in the oven, too, so that might be why no one wants breadmakers anymore, plus few people want to eat and breathe Teflon anymore now that we know how bad it is.

    Those things did make terrible bread, too! 😆

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  • SuceressSuceress Posts: 1,575 Member
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    @ignominiusrex I must be out-of-touch because I didn't realize Teflon was such a problem. But then, I lived on a military base where the radon meter was broken, got exposed to a ton of radon, and the tap water wasn't potable (but they didn't tell us that) and everyone was getting kidney stones and feeling sick all the time. We never bought the bread makers but we got a couple at raffles. At one raffle my mother won a bread maker, she said she didn't want it and told them to pull another name. They pulled my brother's name-- he said "no". They pulled mine next. Told them to let someone else have a shot so eventually another person got it.

    Meat thermometer was the term I was thinking of earlier. Is that considered an appliance or a tool?

    I'm trying to remember who made the working toaster cc... I'm thinking of making a thread in the CC section and getting people to list CC for kitchen stuff.
  • ignominiusrexignominiusrex Posts: 2,080 Member
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    Yeah, military bases are sadly notorious for being built on superfund sites and otherwise exposing recruits to levels of contaminants even in living quarters. No one expects safety on a battlefield but hazardous air and water on base or at boot camp is something else. It's a national disgrace among many regarding our treatment of troops and vets. 🤢

    Not sure what kind of meat thermometer you mean, but mine is just a thing you stick into the meat with a dial on the end, so that's a tool that goes in the drawer along with the pastry cutter, whisk, and potato masher. To me, appliances are generally electrical and large enough that they can't be put in a drawer and often sit on the counter, like a stand mixer, toaster oven, blender, etc. But it's all semantics, because I call a screwdriver a tool, but I don't call and electric drill an appliance, and even a table saw is a tool. 😄
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  • SuceressSuceress Posts: 1,575 Member
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    Yeah, the military housing situation can suck, but at least the ones we were in were designed to withstand bombing so we made it through a supertyphoon safely. Gusts got up to 260mph before the meter broke. No power for 4 months on a tropical island was not fun.

    Good point on the meat thermometer fitting in a drawer. It's smaller than a breadbox so maybe too small to be called an appliance. LOL. You described the meat thermometer the way I was picturing it. I did make pictures on my desktop but its not wanting to recognize my wifi adapter so it won't connect to the internet. I'm currently trying to find a new APC for it.

    I know its more a gadget that can fit in a drawer, but I'm thinking a digital cookbook that hangs down from a pull-down holder on the underside of a wall cabinet might be cool. Maybe it could boost sims cooking ability or boost their learning by giving the right ambiance/mood.

    Does the game already have an ice cream churn or ice cream maker? I wouldn't mind some appliances meant for commercial/restaurant kitchens- like a soda dispenser, a milkshake machine, and those big things that hold tea. Some sort of ice machine as well. Those might be considered too large for small appliance.

    A portable cooktop for single pan/pot might be nice in a small kitchen and it can go in inventory when not in use.
  • crocobauracrocobaura Posts: 5,499 Member
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    Suceress wrote: »
    Yeah, the military housing situation can suck, but at least the ones we were in were designed to withstand bombing so we made it through a supertyphoon safely. Gusts got up to 260mph before the meter broke. No power for 4 months on a tropical island was not fun.

    Good point on the meat thermometer fitting in a drawer. It's smaller than a breadbox so maybe too small to be called an appliance. LOL. You described the meat thermometer the way I was picturing it. I did make pictures on my desktop but its not wanting to recognize my wifi adapter so it won't connect to the internet. I'm currently trying to find a new APC for it.

    I know its more a gadget that can fit in a drawer, but I'm thinking a digital cookbook that hangs down from a pull-down holder on the underside of a wall cabinet might be cool. Maybe it could boost sims cooking ability or boost their learning by giving the right ambiance/mood.

    Does the game already have an ice cream churn or ice cream maker? I wouldn't mind some appliances meant for commercial/restaurant kitchens- like a soda dispenser, a milkshake machine, and those big things that hold tea. Some sort of ice machine as well. Those might be considered too large for small appliance.

    A portable cooktop for single pan/pot might be nice in a small kitchen and it can go in inventory when not in use.


    Maybe they could have a digital cookbook on the tablet. As for small appliances, how about a small fondue set for chocolate and cheese.

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  • Jade47Jade47 Posts: 93 Member
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    Food processor since they existed in all three previous games.
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  • SuceressSuceress Posts: 1,575 Member
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    @crocobaura Ooh, I like the fondue sets. I've never actually seen one in person. I always think about Captain America whenever I hear fondue. LOL. I'll have to make a collage with fondue sets.

    For now, I am listing meat thermometers with pics just in case someone wants them out on a counter or shelf. Would be nice if they could be used and boost cooking though. Reduce chance or messing up the dish perhaps.
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    Since I was on an Iron Chef kick, how about an anti-griddle and an immersion circulator? (pics to come later).
  • crocobauracrocobaura Posts: 5,499 Member
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    Maybe, in order to save space needed for so many appliance, they could give us a kitchen robot, the kind that has an engine and different attachments, so it's both a blender, meat grinder, coffee grinder, vegetable shredder and spiralizer, mixer, pasta maker, sausage maker, etc. at the same time. We would need to upgrade it to get full functionality, but it will only take one counter space.

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  • deedles64deedles64 Posts: 112 Member
    Deep fryer
    I also really want the food processor back. I miss it.
  • SuceressSuceress Posts: 1,575 Member
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    @crocobaura That is very cool! I knew it can have a pasta maker but not the meat grinder and cutter (or whatever its doing to the zuccini/cucumber).

    I found something about what appliances they use on Iron Chef Gauntlet and they had stuff I didn't even knew existed. Like an immersion circulator. Then there's the griddle, anti-griddle, ice cream maker/churn, ice maker, etc. I made collages for some of them. Haven't made collages for waffle irons and food steamers yet.

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    Ice cream maker/churn
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    Ice maker
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  • dominoes007dominoes007 Posts: 21 Member
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    A standard old teapot and kettle. None of this tea-maker thingy or ornate tea sets.
  • SuceressSuceress Posts: 1,575 Member
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    I will also add waffle irons, pressure fryers, and steamers.
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