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Discussion in 'Food, Nutrition and Recipes' started by Rabdos, Aug 30, 2017.

  1. Hotpepper20000

    Hotpepper20000 · Well-Known Member

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    How about some salty cheese for on the meat before you put it in the oven. That will help not dry it out. ;););)
     
  2. Jaylee

    Jaylee Type 1 · Master
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    Lemon juice & white vinegar is good for windows.. It may also work on a pan?

    I'm thinking, line the frying pan with tin foil, remove the handle from the frying pan? It tends to be one bolt in the hilt of the pan handle. (A screw driver would help remove it.) then place in your oven...
    One bespoke, self cleaning oven friendly frying pan.. In fact it will never get dirty...

    Just like the day you bought it.

    .... But without the handle!
     
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  3. Jaylee

    Jaylee Type 1 · Master
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    Would it not be simpler to wipe dry using kitchen paper..?
    Why risk getting a tea towel wet?? o_O
     
  4. Tipetoo

    Tipetoo Type 2 · Expert

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    It's a Australian thing, cheap cotton tea towels from China are cheaper than paper.

    The OP will need a good pair of oven gloves to go with the fry pans sans handle.
     
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  5. Kristin251

    Kristin251 LADA · Expert

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    I'm out too. Ridiculous.
     
  6. ladybird64

    ladybird64 Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Indy51 Type 2 · Expert

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    Seems like yet another incarnation of that 'greener' person to me. Not sure why anyone bothers to respond as it's always the same childish games around food and cooking.
     
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  8. azure

    azure Type 1 · Expert

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    Right, thanks for explaining.

    They don't make disposable cookware like frying pans. Even if you get a wok, it will still need care - that is, you'll have to spend as much time caring for it as you would a normal pan (although the care it needs will be different).

    So you have two options -

    1) use an oven to bake your meat in disposable foil trays

    2) use a frying pan or wok and put the time in caring for it as normal people do. If you don't have plates to wash, then you can use the time you've saved washing or oiling or seasoning a frying pan or wok.


    Questions for you:

    A) Do you have a grill?

    B) Do you have a normal cooker with an oven you can bake things in?


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  9. Pinkorchid

    Pinkorchid Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    This thread is getting sillier I think the OP is just having a laugh
     
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  10. Jaylee

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    I would have to definitely concur with your hazard assessment @Tipetoo .
    One could however alow the contents to cool in the pan, then transfer into a microwaveable dish & reheat in the microwave later..?
     
  11. Rabdos

    Rabdos Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    And this person calls me ridiculous for having the impression that she thinks I intend to use a frying pan in the oven:

     
    #91 Rabdos, Sep 12, 2017 at 6:35 PM
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  12. Jaylee

    Jaylee Type 1 · Master
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    You are quite correct @carbolysis , you did! & there is nothing like a good fry up..
     
  13. Tipetoo

    Tipetoo Type 2 · Expert

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    This is what a normal intelligent person would do. :meh:
     
  14. Jaylee

    Jaylee Type 1 · Master
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    Funny enough.. This is what I'm sometimes resorting to with a "reheat" coming home late from a band practice after work.? My wife having had her's hours earlier & leaving something to possibly heat up on my return.... She's good like that! :cool:
     
  15. Tipetoo

    Tipetoo Type 2 · Expert

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    I enjoyed munching on cold ram chops, or piece of steak or sausages when I came home from work at midnight. Always a nice cold beer or three to wash it down as well.
     
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  16. Kristin251

    Kristin251 LADA · Expert

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    I prefer cold lamb chops over ram chops. Lol. Sorry. I know I have millions of typos. Just made me laugh.

    Not sure why but I generally prefer cold protein ( other than white fish ) In fact I took my cold chili today and put it on crispy lettuce with a dollop of mayo and avo chunks. Preferred it over warm.

    Now when we talk cheese I always like it better melted
     
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  17. Jaylee

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    Heating up a bit of chilli with a lettuce wrap.. The only hard work I have at midnight is grating more cheese! ;)
     
  18. Tipetoo

    Tipetoo Type 2 · Expert

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    When I worked in the meat industry in Mt Isa, we never got lambs at the shops always sheep.

    The customer asked for a leg of lamb we just cut the leg of mutton smaller. Lamb chops were always called ram chops by the local Aboriginal people, so good enough for them good enough for me.

    Talking about the Aboriginal people, when I first went to Mt Isa, they came into the shop and asked for " one dollah bitchen peaches" I had to ask the shop manager what they were on about. He said they wanted $1.00 worth of bits and pieces / meat scraps. :D
     
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  20. Rabdos

    Rabdos Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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