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Ron Paul

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Need some advice... Fryer Sat, 11/3/12 6:52 AM (permalink)
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Only sell 2 food items:  Corn Dogs and Hand-cut Home made Organic French fries made to order (pre-blanched/boiled in vinegar water).
I will sell Organic French fries because i Get them right from a local organic farmer Very Cheap
Have a nice outdoor location selected, on-campus at a local university.  So I was thinking about going with a Gas Countertop Fryer set-up under one of thoes nice concession tents. I know how important it is to have the right tool for the job,   Im my case I need help selecting a quailty Fryer. Have no experince with fryers so will need allot of direction here. 

 Cecilware, Wyott, Frymaster, Globe, Imperial  ect..

Should i go with 2 smaller 13lb fryers like this:
Cecilware GF10 Countertop Fryer (13lbs)

or 1 bigger 25lb fryer like these:
Imperial Elite 25lb fryer
Cecilware GF28 Countertop Fryer(28lbs)

Need help
<message edited by Ron Paul on Sat, 11/3/12 7:19 AM>
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