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Thanko gives us another thing for our stomachs to remember

And another things we feel thankful for on our stomachs at thanko

Homemade pie is one of lifes big simple pleasures Pairs of hot, sweet, delicious tv, perfect crispy crust for relaxing in the winter.

And basically, we should say that eating pie is one of lifes great simple pleasures Making pie also can be a big hassle with huge prep work waiting for you to take one bite. Thanko allows us to skip just about all of the hassle. Lucky for us though.

Japanese cooking gadget maker has incredible ability to know exactly what we want to help us achieve our home chef ambitions, and last year they created the handy little plug-in machine Pie Maker for you to add a pair of mini pies to your kitchen. It was a great idea, especially considering that very few Japan homes have a large, dedicated oven for baking. Only problem was that the pies were pretty small, so now Thanko is offering the Whole Pie Maker

Thanko also calls Okina Pie Maker a Whole Pie Maker (Kai Big Pie Maker) for baking a pie with a 26-centimeter (10.2-inch) diameter The device includes a circular cutting dye which you can use with pre-made pie sheets, allowing you to stamp out the top and bottom crusts.

Add in the filling, once you have your bottom crust in place. Is it for a meaty savory pie? Check out Thanksos example above as your imagination.

Thankos others have blueberry jam, cream cheese pie, potato salad, corn, mayo pie.

Cover the top crust with the lining, close the lid, let the machine cook for 15 minutes, and turn it into pie-making. When its done, when its finished

Youll get a truly baked pie thats big enough to share!

Thanko promises that Whole/Big Pie Maker will bring you super happy, but that claim seems pretty convincing, considering its ability to do so. Thanko online store offers it for 6,280 yen (US$45) and if you end up making too much, need help eating the leftovers, don’t hesitate to let us know

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