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 Post subject: Re: Cookbooks, Kitchen Gadgets, Etc.
PostPosted: Sat July 14, 2018 8:48 pm 
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Speaking about those Instant Pots, we had a patient come in about a month ago and hers exploded. She has third degree burns all over her neck, chest and arms. One of the worst things I’ve seen in the office.

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PostPosted: Sat July 14, 2018 8:56 pm 
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Pressure cookers were a thing here long ago. My gran used one. Basically throw a ham in and lock the top and it boils it but way faster but they often exploded too.
You don’t see them anymore


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Not really a gadget, but found this awesome pot at the thrift store today.

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What makes it awesome?

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Maybe hard to see in the pic, but it's got a cool 70s color fade thing going

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ahhh, I totally got the cool 70's color but wasn't sure if there was something else I missing. Nice find :hooray:

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we were at a friends house for dinner a few nights ago and she had one of those electric salt and pepper grinders..I had never used one before..about to pull
the trigger for one on amazon..


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Getting some bags in the mail for the Anova sous vide that someone gave us for Christmas. I think I'll do pork chops first.


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bune wrote:
Getting some bags in the mail for the Anova sous vide that someone gave us for Christmas. I think I'll do pork chops first.


thats a fun process..my friend owns a restaurant and does a lot of sous vide...he can even have a brisket turn out fantastic


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Let me know about your process and how that turns out, bune. We’ve got a sous vide from the wedding that we’ve never even opened. I’d like to start using it.


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Will do. The bags say they're reusable and that was a big selling point for me.


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the anova sous vide is awesome; our favorite kitchen gadget. we make a mean hanger steak with it.


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