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JoNorvelleWalker

Cuisinart Combo Steam/Convection Oven (Part 3)

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@Shelby

 

sounds really good.   Ive forgotten I have some Penzey' Buttermilk salad dressing mix  ( dry )

 

Ill have to find it and bring it out.   Penzey's has some fine  ( dry ) salad dressing mixes

 

which ive forgotten about.  in the past Ive rehydrated them w 1 T of water then mixed result im Hellman's

 

and had some fine creamy dressings.

 

do you peel your russets  ' on purpose ?'

 

next time try 1/2 peeled the other 1/2 not and cook both as above and

 

see if yoo can taste any difference .


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1 minute ago, rotuts said:

@Shelby

 

sounds really good.   Ive forgotten I have some Penzey' Buttermilk salad dressing mix  ( dry )

 

Ill have to find it and bring it out.   Penzey's has some fine  ( dry ) salad dressing mixes

 

which ive forgotten about.  in the past Ive dehydrated them w 1 T of water then mixed result im Hellman's

 

and had some fine creamy dressings.

 

do you peel your russets  ' on purpose ?'

 

next time to 1/2 peeled the other 1/2 not and cook both as above and

 

see if yoo can taste any difference .

These particular taters had seen better days and needed to be peeled.  Next time I'll try with skin :) 

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I learned something.  I can't use my DeLonghi and the CSO at the same time, it trips the 20 amp breaker.  I just want my dinner.

 

(Though I must confess I was most relieved the CSO had not burned out.)

 

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8 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

I learned something.  I can't use my DeLonghi and the CSO at the same time, it trips the 20 amp breaker.  I just want my dinner.

 

(Though I must confess I was most relieved the CSO had not burned out.)

 

 

Do you not have one electrical outlet in your kitchen that has a dedicated breaker?  

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3 hours ago, ElsieD said:

 

Do you not have one electrical outlet in your kitchen that has a dedicated breaker?  

 

Beats me, but I don't have much choice of where I plug things in.

 

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