I was wondering would I get away with bringing my travel hob in from home to make things like pasta, bacon sandwiches etc (thinks you do on a hob), for my room in halls?
I would use the kitchen but its disgusting and the hob is covered in tabacco and grease. Every time I clean it, it gets dirty again within a couple days and I'm always the only one to clean it!
I already have my own kettle and toaster in my room haha, wondering if I could add to that.
Cooking in my room in halls. Watch
- Thread Starter
- 16-01-2016 21:54
- 16-01-2016 22:07
If this is a serious question then no that definitely wouldn't be allowed.
I guess you could just use it and most likely nobody would find out. But it's risky to use a hob in your room - you could injure yourself and potentially start a fire.
The solution is to store the hob in your room and then take it to the kitchen when you need it. A bit of hassle but would ensure you get to cook your food on a clean hob.
- 16-01-2016 22:12
Why is their tobacco on the kitchen hob?!
You won't be allowed it. Depends if you think you can manage not to have a horrible accident with it......and hide it when inspections happen. I wouldn't do it though.