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Old 08-07-2018, 06:24 PM   #341
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Easily answered questions..just watch the video from Kgirl.
So, if you pick up your pan and toss you food instead of stirring or turning, does the cone thing fly off the pan? Can you catch it?

That would be a big issue for me, since I routinely do the toss thing.

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Old 08-07-2018, 06:33 PM   #342
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So, if you pick up your pan and toss you food instead of stirring or turning, does the cone thing fly off the pan? Can you catch it?

That would be a big issue for me, since I routinely do the toss thing.

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Not for you Casey.
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Old 08-09-2018, 12:02 AM   #343
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I finally got one!
YAY!
I'm going to give it a test drive tomorrow ...
Okay, so I made Fried Chicken for dinner tonight and used my new FryWall ...

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It kept my kitchen and stove relatively grease free, I still had some misting on the stove and floor, but all in all I'd say it was worth the money.
I'll probably make more fried foods, which may or may not be a good thing, but then I don't really fry much, at least the kitchen will stay cleaner.

BTW, that Chicken was THE BEST!!! (see my blog for more )
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Old Yesterday, 10:06 AM   #344
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Some of you know that I am starting from scratch in my kitchen.. Jeannie did bring a couple of her mom's small pots and I like using them.. but..



I found I needed an 8 cup pot so found this Krona SS pot w/straining lid.. Cool design and I like it a lot..


Also discovered I can't do without a waffle maker.. Any idea how difficult it is to find a "regular" waffle maker?? Everyone sells "Belgium" waffle makers and I truly do not like those.. Finally found a Cuisinart on Amazon.. Inexpensive and I had it in 2 days..
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Old Yesterday, 02:20 PM   #345
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Some of you know that I am starting from scratch in my kitchen.. Jeannie did bring a couple of her mom's small pots and I like using them.. but..

I found I needed an 8 cup pot so found this Krona SS pot w/straining lid.. Cool design and I like it a lot..
I have that pot! It's great for making saucy veggies like green beans simmered with a can of tomatoes, for keeping stock warm for risotto, and for making brine for pickles - the pouring spout makes it easy to get the brine into the jars. Nice.
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Old Yesterday, 04:39 PM   #346
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I have that pot! It's great for making saucy veggies like green beans simmered with a can of tomatoes, for keeping stock warm for risotto, and for making brine for pickles - the pouring spout makes it easy to get the brine into the jars. Nice.
I like it...



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