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Grease Catcher I know that on my toastermaster their is a little section to catch the grease but what is that thing beside it... I thought it was also to catch grease but was wrong so..... Thanks!!!

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That's a warming tray. If you're cooking a lot of bacon for example, you can hold your first batch here while you continue cooking.

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