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Old 10-07-2007, 11:07 PM   #41
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they implied they had a small amount of liquid to be transferred.
Small was never implied. You may have read that into the OP's question, but no where does it say or imply small. We have no way of knowing how much he is actually dealing with, but based on his admission that when he has tried to pour it previously and it made a mess that would lead me to believe it was a lot more than a small amount.
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Old 10-07-2007, 11:09 PM   #42
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Small was never implied. You may have read that into the OP's question, but no where does it say or imply small. We have no way of knowing how much he is actually dealing with, but based on his admission that when he has tried to pour it previously and it made a mess that would lead me to believe it was a lot more than a small amount.
Ok, like I said:

Ok then. Sorry you guys don't know how to do it. But it is an easy thing. Let me know when you want me to teach a class on pouring."
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Old 10-07-2007, 11:12 PM   #43
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Ok, like I said:

Ok then. Sorry you guys don't know how to do it. But it is an easy thing. Let me know when you want me to teach a class on pouring."
I believe your class has been preempted by my kitchen safety class.
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I believe your class has been preempted by my kitchen safety class.
Sharpening a knife is dangerous unless you know what you're doing.
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Old 10-07-2007, 11:17 PM   #45
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Sharpening a knife is a necessary skill if you want to get your knives sharp yourself. Pouring hot liquid from one container to another is not as there is a viable and safer alternative. Ladle. Why do you think the ladle exists in the first place?
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Old 10-07-2007, 11:26 PM   #46
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Sharpening a knife is a necessary skill if you want to get your knives sharp yourself. Pouring hot liquid from one container to another is not as there is a viable and safer alternative. Ladle. Why do you think the ladle exists in the first place?
And if you don't have a ladle then what?

I can't make you see the reason behind learning good kitchen skills that save time and save you from dangerous exposure, so no matter, you win. You are the BMODC. I'm out. Take this thread and set the way it should be done. Explain clearly how the ladle is THE way. Later. Oh.....and Have Fun and Enjoy!
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Old 10-07-2007, 11:30 PM   #47
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And if you don't have a ladle then what?
That was never the question. How about we stick to the topic. The OP even asked about a ladle.
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That was never the question. How about we stick to the topic. The OP even asked about a ladle.
Have you read the whole thread? The thread is full of ways to do this. We are now down to what everyone thinks is the BEST way to do it.
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Old 10-08-2007, 08:08 AM   #49
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No keltin, that is what you are down to. What everyone else is down to is answering the OP's original question which was
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what's the best way to transfer a sauce pan full of soup into a blender, or into a container for storage?
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The best way to transfer it is to use a ladle or measuring cup.
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