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  1. That's the same replacement pan I got - hasn't warped yet (fingers crossed) p
  2. Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N" aka "AFQ" p
  3. Broil in an air fryer is just being closer to the element, just like in a regular oven but instead of 500F you are limited to 400F (I think they use 500 so the element doesn't cycle on and off) p
  4. Never cooked or even tasted Duck breast but doing a little online research (as you have done) I came up with this suggestion. An air fryer is just the same as a halogen oven but more compact, more modern and a hell of a lot easier to clean, so this page's method might work for you. http://cookingwithhalogen.blogspot.com/ The big takeaway is to get your duck skin a lot closer to the heating element (broiling) to start and after flipping it to skin side lower it to the regular height and possibly a lower temp You could use that pan I saw you had earlier or something else oven proof to start your cook at a greater height. My apologies is this is just a total pile of pooh, but just thinking of what might work. p
  5. I'd not recommend it and Anova, I believe, suggests 4 inches of clearance - but hey, it's your cabinet. Then again if you used it only in sous vide mode maybe it's possible lol p
  6. I think you've got it and explained much more simply than I did ☺️ p
  7. I think what is meant is that if she was to put it on the countertop it would be below her upper cabinents which are 15 inches above the countertop - which only gives about 1 inch or so of clearance - I know the steam exit is at the front but I'm not sure about the heat radiated from the top/rear. Mine is on the countertop but I have about 4-5 inches clearance to the cupboards above
  8. Re the Yellowtail label : First line - Bones Removed Last line - Warning: May Contain Bones (well we tried) p
  9. That's one I would hesitate to try 45 minutes @ 400 sounds like beef toast - I look at those charts as cooking for 1 or 2 not a family p
  10. That sounds fair especially with the free shipping 😇 p
  11. Air Fryer cooking chart: https://bluejeanchef.com/cooking-school/air-fryer-cooking-charts/ This is what I meant to recommend - I just copied my bookmark which doesn't lead to the charts as her web site has changed p
  12. Good site for Air Frying: https://bluejeanchef.com/recipes/ p
  13. Same here, I think once you join that's the end of bonus items - try a second (or third) email 😈 p
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