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Old 07-31-2012, 04:33 PM   #21
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Jim Ignatowski was one of the funniest characters ever!
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Old 07-31-2012, 04:49 PM   #22
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Thanks for the translations, all, and for Rev. Jim!

GQ, applesauce and apple butter are a breeze in the CP, along with other fruit sauces and butters. No stirring, no burning.

Bolas posted a recipe awhile ago, similar to Got Garlic's, for a big batch of multipurpose onions in the CP. Will have to try one of these!
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Old 07-31-2012, 05:20 PM   #23
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giggling gg? giggling?watched the clip you posted.....i've just wet meself....thanks for that....gotta go!!
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Awww loved Jim Ignatowski! Fab hair.
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Thanks for the translations, all, and for Rev. Jim!

GQ, applesauce and apple butter are a breeze in the CP, along with other fruit sauces and butters. No stirring, no burning.

Bolas posted a recipe awhile ago, similar to Got Garlic's, for a big batch of multipurpose onions in the CP. Will have to try one of these!
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Old 07-31-2012, 05:42 PM   #26
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OK, meatloaf with a tinfoil lifting sling - 2 strips folded and crisscrossed under your meatloaf to make a lifter, quadruple folded and long enough so the ends stick out of the CP.

Crockpot lasagna, really good!

Quick breads (though I haven't tried it)

Dulce de leche- take the label off a can of sweetened condensed milk, can be the sugarfree. Put a pad of tinfoil on the bottom of the CP so the can doesn't scratch it. Put the UNOPENED, labelless can in, and submerge it in water. Cook on low for at least 8 hours, up to 10 hours. Let cool, open can, and use as a nice caramel sauce, or do as I do, eat directly from the can. Makes a lovely apple dip. Store whatever is left in fridge. This stuff is addictive!
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Also, try to keep your pot at least 2/3 of the way full.
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Old 07-31-2012, 09:50 PM   #28
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Thanks for the translations, all, and for Rev. Jim!

GQ, applesauce and apple butter are a breeze in the CP, along with other fruit sauces and butters. No stirring, no burning.

Bolas posted a recipe awhile ago, similar to Got Garlic's, for a big batch of multipurpose onions in the CP. Will have to try one of these!
Hmmm...does anyone do tomato paste in the CP?
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very true your magnifiscence....keeps me warm tho'!!
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