“…you wouldn’t believe that I have become rusty and unworthy to behold in the stores and kitchens of my owner.” – A message from toasting machine.

My Cookery Zone’s Thinking food 24/7, got a message from toasting machine this week. It addresses issues of abandonment the message reads thus,

Dear My Cookery Zone,

I have become the shadow of myself in the stores of kitchen appliance owners.
I still reckon with some who at least use me once a week to make Sunday toast but, for others, I am the most abandoned kitchen gadgets some don’t even bother cleaning me or using me after purchase.

My Cookery Zone you wouldn’t believe that I have become rusty and unworthy to behold in the stores and kitchens of my owner. Sadly, they remember me only once in a blue moon. I ask is this fair? Why not use me and other kitchen appliances simultaneously?. Why leave me in your stores to rust? and be taken by cobwebs and cockroaches they’ve turned my chambers to their playing ground most especially my interior this they consider their abode because appliance owners have failed in the regard of cleaning me regularly.

Some have even turned it into a tradition to only use me on Valentine’s day or the day they plan on doing breakfast in bed for their partners. Those who use me regularly are also quilty of always overfilling the bread they want to toast. The thing they should learn is that there is a limit to what I can take and I shouldn’t be forced to close because of some people’s greed. They should as well regularly clean me just as they clean other kitchen appliances.

I hope they turn a new leaf after they must have read this message. I as well hope that those who use me continue to do so and also abide by the rules of not overfilling.

Yours faithfully,

Toasting machine.


Published by My Cookery Zone

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