Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Aug 23, 2015.
Pepper's steak and cranberry juice ,a good snack while watching post
on the forum.
I've got a deep fryer but not using it with oil.
Yesterday I cooked two steaks and preboiled rice. Faster than microwave just no good for pizza.
Lately my meals have consisted of sandwiches and some sort of crackers. Wit a wedding coming up and a bunch of other expenses, I'm not able to afford much else. A few nights a week I splurge and make a chicken dinner (chicken breast or chicken terriyaki stir fry) or a beef dinner (beef tips with mashed potato or rice, and corn, carrots, and/or broccoli). After the wedding we'll have more freedom with our budget
Poppy seed roll,romaine cheese in shaker container,romaine lettuce ,salami, sweet onion
and Italian dressing. Hollow out roll on each side ,slide on onion in deep space.
Alternate lettuce's leafs with salami and spread on dressing on each leaf.
Shake cheese on each leaf to absorb dressing.Press down hard on roll,then dig in.
I have never heard of Romaine cheese; did you mean something else?
This has been part of my diet for many years, and I was brought up in a culture (UK) where hot water was a spice.
I made Homemade hamburgers with bacon bits inside and with homemade barbecue sauce ..
Oh boy, I bet those words have been spoken before. And eaten afterwards.
I expect you're probably right
I don't have a pic, but Baby Back Ribs, with homemade cole slaw and French Fries,
My stomach just grumbled. That sounds amazing. Probably a good thing there's no picture--I'd likely drool on my work keyboard
Crab has always been my favourite. But I have stopped taking it 7 years ago because it was causing itches on my 4 limbs and it took 2-3 days before it stops.
Did you catch the crabs from the river mouth or the sea? Sea crabs here are not as good as the river crabs.
This morning I am taking these... The sauce is chicken curry...
They were caught in the sea.
On the left is the sea crabs and on the right is river ones prepared in a Chinese Restaurant.
cooking noodles in a deep fryer.
Here the facts:
Cheaper and smaller Appliance.
Nearly 3x as many Watts as a microwave.
Good temperature regulation.
Fast response less than 20 seconds.
Works perfectly, the Appliance is teflon coated.
Noodles or rice in the microwave is quite a hassle even if it is possible somehow.