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Old 10-24-2010, 09:54 PM   #21
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Roasted Pork Loin (chopped mushrooms & onions sautéed in EVOO till soft, frozen chopped spinach thawed & squeezed dry added to pan, seasoned with sea salt, ground peppercorns & thyme. Butterflied pork loin spread with the spinach mixture, rolled & tied seared in pan then roasted) served with rosemary roasted Red & Yukon potatoes & onions, buttered steamed Brussels sprouts & pork gravy.





I burned myself several times making dinner!! It’s been 3 hours and they still burn like hell!!
It looks wonderful, you can have my brussels sprouts

Fill a zip bag with cold water...no ice...and hold it on the burns. If there are no blisters put a very light coat of face cream on them when the burning stops. Blisters, cover with light gauze to protect, no ointment or creams.
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Old 10-24-2010, 09:54 PM   #22
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Hot Roast Beef Sammies with the rest of the roast from last night which I cooked but did not eat. Glad I got some...the men sure dug into it last night and it was very good!
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It looks wonderful, you can have my brussels sprouts

Fill a zip bag with cold water...no ice...and hold it on the burns. If there are no blisters put a very light coat of face cream on them when the burning stops. Blisters, cover with light gauze to protect, no ointment or creams.
Thank you PF!!

I did zip with water and ice then Eucerin Plus
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I did zip with water and ice then Eucerin Plus

Good deal! Just don't want you to get frost bitten! If they are still hurting, try it again. Burns HURT! If you can take it, Tylenol helps.
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We had hamburger stroganoff tonight.

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Old 10-24-2010, 10:10 PM   #26
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Tonight was a roast pork loin seasoned with salt, pepper, granulated garlic and fresh sage leaves from my yard. Roasted on top of sliced onions and mushrooms with more sage, a bay leaf and small amount of veg broth. Once pork came out of the oven a splash of Reisling was added and cooked down briefly. A pat of butter was added to mount the sauce.
Served with rosemary roasted potato slices and some butter sauteed cabbage strips.
And, more of the Reisling used in the sauce to wash the dinner down.
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Good deal! Just don't want you to get frost bitten! If they are still hurting, try it again. Burns HURT! If you can take it, Tylenol helps.
I have been getting myself for the last 2 days!! LOL I have a red burn line on my inner wrist from yesterday!! AND a papercut like cut on my pinky from the knife I honed to carve the roast tonight!! I have no clue how I got it because the burns were my focus!! I just noticed it when the flap caught on my jammie pants.
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Tonight was a roast pork loin seasoned with salt, pepper, granulated garlic and fresh sage leaves from my yard. Roasted on top of sliced onions and mushrooms with more sage, a bay leaf and small amount of veg broth. Once pork came out of the oven a splash of Reisling was added and cooked down briefly. A pat of butter was added to mount the sauce.
Served with rosemary roasted potato slices and some butter sauteed cabbage strips.
And, more of the Reisling used in the sauce to wash the dinner down.
Sounds great!! We had almost the same dinner tonight!! LOL
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I have been getting myself for the last 2 days!! LOL I have a red burn line on my inner wrist from yesterday!! AND a papercut like cut on my pinky from the knife I honed to carve the roast tonight!! I have no clue how I got it because the burns were my focus!! I just noticed it when the flap caught on my jammie pants.
At least you didn't find the cut while squeezing lemons....OW!
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Roasted Pork Loin (chopped mushrooms & onions sautéed in EVOO till soft, frozen chopped spinach thawed & squeezed dry added to pan, seasoned with sea salt, ground peppercorns & thyme. Butterflied pork loin spread with the spinach mixture, rolled & tied seared in pan then roasted) served with rosemary roasted Red & Yukon potatoes & onions, buttered steamed Brussels sprouts & pork gravy.

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I burned myself several times making dinner!! It’s been 3 hours and they still burn like hell!!
Well lookee there, someone else who likes to make a roulade (rolled roast). That sure looks yummy. I envy you the Brussels sprouts. Judging by the colour, they were perfectly cooked. My DH gets nauseous just smelling them, so I don't get to eat them very often.

When you burn yourself, get the burn into cool - not cold - water immediately. Leave the burned hand, fingers, whatever in the cool water until it stops hurting. If it starts hurting again when removed from the water, stick it back in. If it takes more than a few minutes, add some salt to the water.

I burn myself all the time, so I know. I usually use running water at first. It's good enough for smaller burns. A few weeks ago I burned my hand badly enough that 1/2 an hour later, it still hurt. I dipped some paper towels in the salted water and wrapped them around my hand. Then I put a plastic bag over that and taped it in place.

The next morning my hand was very pink and pruney, but I couldn't see even a little redness where I had burnt myself.

The reason for cool, not cold, water is that cold will numb and you want to be able to feel that the burn has absorbed enough water to stop hurting.
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