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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliTalker View Post
    Hello Jade,



    Yes. I do that too. and Aha!

    So I am not the only person to figure this out.

    The wife thinks I'm crazy, but I tell her: "Hey. Nobody tells you this kind of stuff so you have to figure it out for yourself!"

    She refuses to nuke pizza, but she's a pizza purist. Doesn't want the slice cut up into strips. But then she's a cook. I'm not. I just prepare food. She's the kitchen magician. She goes into the kitchen and magic happens. A food artist. What she does is a work of art. When I make a meal I just want to eat and I don't want to wait. (But it's worth waiting for what she does!)
    I'm actually a bit of both. Apparently I'm a good cook, as the neighbors, and friends all say nice things about it. Then in return, I want food now, and end up eating easy things. It's more difficult to cook when hungry. You can't focus as well, and you taste test more then you should.

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    Hello Jade,

    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    I found a thing that gave advice of reheating pizza in a skillet. https://www.foodandwine.com/news/red...eheating-pizza
    I'll have to try that some time, but it would probably be out of boredom, which rarely happens.

    It does sound good, BUT!

    You just messed up a pan and a lid, which will need cleaning.

    And by the time you go to all that effort, you may as well have just heated the oven and used a piece of aluminum foil, which would have to be comparable to the pan method.
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    White bread peanut butter on one slice,Miracle Whip on the other,baloney in the middle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shallon Margot View Post
    White bread peanut butter on one slice,Miracle Whip on the other,baloney in the middle.
    All that fat combined?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    All that fat combined?
    Sure,then go to the pool and work it off!
    Last edited by Mason Margot; 09-15-2018 at 06:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shallon Margot View Post
    White bread peanut butter on one slice,Miracle Whip on the other,baloney in the middle.
    LMAO. Is this the Nasty Recipe of the Day? Sounds like what killed Elvis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    LMAO. Is this the Nasty Recipe of the Day? Sounds like what killed Elvis.
    No you have to add bananas for that!

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    I purchased an Instant Pot recently. Anyone have a favorite recipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by domer76 View Post
    I purchased an Instant Pot recently. Anyone have a favorite recipe?
    I've made brisket, but that's about it. Just cut a 3 pounder, or slightly more, in half to fit, rub on choice seasoning, and add a can of good beer. I used a rye pale ale, Rosemary, dried lemon peel, Hawaiian rum salt, and black pepper. I would have used some chili powder, or liquid smoke of some kind, but Mom can't stand them in foods. It was in a 6 quart model, and took about 70 - 80 minutes on pressure cook. You can make a cornstarch slurry, and turn the broth into gravy. I got the beer part from another recipe, and just added what I want.

    I imagine my red wine short ribs would do good in the cooker, but I normally like just doing those low, and slow. I think I left that recipe in the early stages of this discussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by domer76 View Post
    I purchased an Instant Pot recently. Anyone have a favorite recipe?
    I love BBQ ribs and corned beef in the instapot. Here are some more ideas:

    https://www.tasteofhome.com/search/i...cooker+recipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    I've made brisket, but that's about it. Just cut a 3 pounder, or slightly more, in half to fit, rub on choice seasoning, and add a can of good beer. I used a rye pale ale, Rosemary, dried lemon peel, Hawaiian rum salt, and black pepper. I would have used some chili powder, or liquid smoke of some kind, but Mom can't stand them in foods. It was in a 6 quart model, and took about 70 - 80 minutes on pressure cook. You can make a cornstarch slurry, and turn the broth into gravy. I got the beer part from another recipe, and just added what I want.

    I imagine my red wine short ribs would do good in the cooker, but I normally like just doing those low, and slow. I think I left that recipe in the early stages of this discussion.
    Thanks.

    Last week, I attended the traveling Traeger Diva road show. We had a spatchcocked chicken, pulled pork, rib eye steaks, and the best brisket I have ever had. Competition level. I’ll try it one of these first days, but it is a 12+ hour cook. His brisket started at 17 pounds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    I love BBQ ribs and corned beef in the instapot. Here are some more ideas:

    https://www.tasteofhome.com/search/i...cooker+recipes
    Corned beef is brined for about a week in the fridge, isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    Corned beef is brined for about a week in the fridge, isn't it?
    I don't know; I buy the packaged kind. I've made sauerbraten though that is marinated in the fridge for several days. Good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    Corned beef is brined for about a week in the fridge, isn't it?
    Corned Beef of the quality I was use to in Toledo is hard to find here in the Country.
    Toledo had a big Jewish population,a lot of Jewish Deli's with Corned Beef to die for.
    That quality is just not down here.I got some from the only deli in town.Was terrible ,the baloney was better quality.

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