Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Home Donner

It's just like a fondue but it's not it's a table donner
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Plugs into your regular 240 V 3 pin plug with a cord long enough to reach the centre of the dining table.

Each person gets their own mini electirc knife and are left to hapily carve away to their hearts content as long as the meat cooks well enough.

you can use a toaster to creat authentic toasted pitas.

mini kebab animals can also be purchased, pre-warmed.

pokia, Oct 09 2003

Vertical rotisserie. http://pertinax.cms...ects/arazaq/b&k.htm
A hunka hunka burnin' lamb. [Amos Kito, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Donner Party http://www.ncgold.com/History/donner.html
"Donner, party of 89, Donner, party of 89". [Cedar Park, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]


       One wonders quite what a donner party would involve.
DrCurry, Oct 09 2003

       By "donner", do you mean the rotating pillar of meat [link - very bottom left photo] that chefs slice for gyro sandwiches? If so, I volunteer for the prototype taste-testing. +
Amos Kito, Oct 09 2003

       mmm - deliciousness. can I have the yoghurt, garlic and chilli sauces?
seedy em, Oct 09 2003

       Classy stuff! +   

       Could be the next big thing if you can persuade people that it's ironic and retro.
squeak, Oct 10 2003

       A donner kebab is only really good if its sold at three in the morning by a surely Turk.   

       surly, shirley?
po, Oct 10 2003

       [ntamiabtc] Depends where you get them from.If you're talking about Wigan, you're dead right.
squeak, Oct 10 2003


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