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Old 01-07-2019, 10:27 AM   #31
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I've baked bread in my gas grill many times, but there's usually not much residual smoke flavor in the grill, and there is no smokiness in the bread. But that is gas. I can light the two burners on one side, and adjust them to get to 350°, and bake two loaves on the other side. I've used it for other baked goods in the summer, as I hate to turn on ovens in the summer.
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Old 01-07-2019, 02:53 PM   #32
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The BGE pages/forums I look at tout the smoky taste of baked goods on the Egg and that doesn't appeal to me that much.

Some of those Eggheads use theirs for almost everything they cook, which I find beyond weird … Like the Instant Pot people that remove their stoves from the kitchen and only pressure cook food.

That said, it could be interesting ….
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Old 01-07-2019, 03:15 PM   #33
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Our Culinary Resolution for 2019 is to try to stick to "Wed. is clean out the frig. day". It is getting very sad how much food goes to waste. We try to use up food during the week, but Wed. is suppose to be the day when everything comes out of the frig. Also, we are "suppose" to put a label on the containers with date and content. Too many have been slipping by without a label.

Also we need to do better about keeping track of the freezer. On a clip board we have a form that I made where we can write down what goes in the freezer and what comes out. About every three months we have to start over.

Boy do I sound anal.
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Old 01-07-2019, 03:27 PM   #34
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No, cookieee, you sound organized! Welcome to DC, too.

I've gotten into the habit of saving leftovers to have on hand when I do my weekly grocery shopping. I know I won't have to cook after shopping, and I can put the fresh food in the place the leftovers were in. My plan fails only if I by a lot more fresh food than the space that the leftovers filled.
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Old 01-07-2019, 03:53 PM   #35
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No, cookieee, you sound organized! Welcome to DC, too.

I've gotten into the habit of saving leftovers to have on hand when I do my weekly grocery shopping. I know I won't have to cook after shopping, and I can put the fresh food in the place the leftovers were in. My plan fails only if I by a lot more fresh food than the space that the leftovers filled.
Hi, thank you (for both) I like to think that I am organized, but it takes 2 and you know who isn't. Did I say that?
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Old 01-12-2019, 12:09 PM   #36
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Do more baking
This mine as well. I did a few things last year and really enjoyed it.
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Old 01-12-2019, 12:12 PM   #37
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I am determined to rid my kitchen of any item not used in the past year. regardless of:
  • How much I love it
  • How useful it might be in the future
  • My belief that it's too nice or expensive to part with
  • I have one but two (or three) is better just in case I ever need it
This also is a need in our kitchen. The top of the fridge is where small appliances go to die.

We have a smallish passthrough kitchen and there isn't a lot of counter space. I love kitchen gadgets and small appliances.

So you can see the problem.
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