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 Post subject: Re: Cookbooks, Kitchen Gadgets, Etc.
PostPosted: Tue December 29, 2020 8:41 pm 
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Yeah I'm not sure the point of it, really.

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Like doug I simply have far too many expensive stoneware dishes to make room in my kitchen for a redundant appliance.


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Now, a sodastream on the other hand...


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air fryers work because they take advantage of convection and better air circulation (which you can't get on a sheet pan) within a smaller, confined space. that's how it simulates frying. otherwise you're ... checks notes ... roasting.


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Chris_H_2 wrote:
air fryers work because they take advantage of convection and better air circulation (which you can't get on a sheet pan) within a smaller, confined space. that's how it simulates frying. otherwise you're ... checks notes ... roasting.


Siri, what do you call it when you fry something without oil? Cooking with very hot air...


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Mickey wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
air fryers work because they take advantage of convection and better air circulation (which you can't get on a sheet pan) within a smaller, confined space. that's how it simulates frying. otherwise you're ... checks notes ... roasting.


Siri, what do you call it when you fry something without oil? Cooking with very hot air...

Did you deliberately gloss over the “simulates” part?


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Chris_H_2 wrote:
Mickey wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
air fryers work because they take advantage of convection and better air circulation (which you can't get on a sheet pan) within a smaller, confined space. that's how it simulates frying. otherwise you're ... checks notes ... roasting.


Siri, what do you call it when you fry something without oil? Cooking with very hot air...

Did you deliberately gloss over the “simulates” part?


Oh heavens yes


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Doug, do you have a rec on a set of steak knives?


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ruddo do you have a rec on a good home appraisal guy?


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Strat wrote:
Doug, do you have a rec on a set of steak knives?


https://www.cutco.com/products/thumbnail.jsp?shop=table-steak-knives

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I'm not spending $270 on a set of steak knives. By all accounts that is unnecessary.

That on a nice butcher knife yes but not steak knives.


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Strat wrote:
I'm not spending $270 on a set of steak knives. By all accounts that is unnecessary.

That on a nice butcher knife yes but not steak knives.


but it's $296

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Strat wrote:
I'm not spending $270 on a set of steak knives. By all accounts that is unnecessary.

That on a nice butcher knife yes but not steak knives.


but it's $296

E my A numbers


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Strat wrote:
96583UP wrote:
Strat wrote:
I'm not spending $270 on a set of steak knives. By all accounts that is unnecessary.

That on a nice butcher knife yes but not steak knives.


but it's $296

E my A numbers


? :search: ?

https://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/laguiole-stainless-steel-steak-knife-set/?cm_src=AutoRel

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 Post subject: Re: Cookbooks, Kitchen Gadgets, Etc.
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Strat wrote:
Doug, do you have a rec on a set of steak knives?

sorry, i just saw this..funny enough numbers up posted good ones but i have to say i love Victorinox and they're not expensive...they also make the best paring and boning knives for the price


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 Post subject: Re: Cookbooks, Kitchen Gadgets, Etc.
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and regarding the cutco ones: one of our friends sons first job was selling cutco knives while he was in college..we bought that set of 4 to help him out about 10 years ago..they are worth it


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These shun knives are insane, just sliced the shit out of my sponge trying to delicately clean one.


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