tigrisan001
Tigrisan
tigrisan001
Apr 13
3

I never get a green ring unless I cook them for longer than 11 minutes, but there is more than one way to boil an egg!

Apr 13
2

I always wonder what else in in your fridge/cupboard, you should show us an inventory of it in an article!

Apr 12
2

I do both! I have...a lot of bacon fat already, so sometimes I sacrifice some to the eggs, or pour some out and leave just a little bit for the eggs.

Apr 7
1

Melting point of most foil is around 660C. OP must have been using coated foil or something too thin to qualify

Apr 7
4

This doesn’t make sense. Aluminum foil has a melting point of 1220℉, so it shouldn’t be possible to hit those temperatures regardless of a convection oven or not. Maybe with self-cleaning mode?
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Apr 7
4

This is entirely temperature setting dependent. You shouldn’t line any oven with foil as it can cause quite a mess. I cook in my convection oven with foil nearly daily with zero issues.

Apr 7
4

you should never use foil as a liner, because it could melt and stick to your pans, could overcook your foods, or cause other issues and kill the oven (I speak from experience). Read more

Apr 5
5

Yeah the only way to keep the onion together was to hold it improperly :(

Apr 5
15

Lindsey: Please get a mandoline with a dicing blade, and a kevlar glove. I will pay shipping if necessary.

Claire: I jumped ahead in the video to see the method, had anxiety and actually yelled NOPE at my monitor. LOOK AT THIS. WHERE ARE MY PILLS.

Feb 4
3

It depends on the layout of your house. I live in a tri-level house. The kitchen and thermostat are both in the middle level. When I run the oven for a long time it obviously heats up this level of the house. The problem is the furnace then turns on less often and the rest of the house is freezing.

Dec 17
1

That’s where I’ve gotten the best results. Oddly I used to have a Weber, but it didn’t get nearly as hot as the cheap Thermos brand one I have now. Of course it was only two burners and I now have 3. What I need is a grill-worthy griddle for it, I ruined a nice old cast iron pan trying to make smashburgers.

Dec 17
8

Cast iron.  Heat the FUCK out of that thing, be cautious, and then throw that burger right on it.  Just be sure to have the windows open.