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Old 01-27-2015, 09:04 AM   #29
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I didn't think you could use metal (as in cast iron) utensils in a microwave oven? What about the "10% microwave" part?
Metal pans are not a problem with either Low Bake" (10% microwave) or "High Roast" (30% microwave) if the edge of the pan doesn't strike the side of the oven.

Note that all Sharp microwave ovens have metal racks and turntable supports. Some have metal turntables. The issue is to keep the metal far enough from the edge of the oven to prevent arching.

Try the "low Bake" thing with any pan you like that doesn't touch the oven edge, and see if you like it.

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Keep it coming! I can taste that cornbread already!
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I know this will make cornbread officianados shudder, but the problem we always have is with the Jiffy Corn Bread mix. It just will not rise.
Hmmm, I think I see the problem.
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Joe, maybe Annette would like to try hoecakes cooked on the stove (which I'm sure she is familiar with being from MS.) Here's a good recipe from Paula Deen... Hoecakes Recipe : Paula Deen : Food Network Leave out the sugar for more savory hoe cakes.
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Joe, maybe Annette would like to try hoecakes cooked on the stove (which I'm sure she is familiar with being from MS.) Here's a good recipe from Paula Deen... Hoecakes Recipe : Paula Deen : Food Network Leave out the sugar for more savory hoe cakes.

Thanks Sarah! I'll show her this!
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Jiffy Corn Muffin mix in an 8X8 glass pan on the rack in the carousel convection oven, or muffins in a tin or either with crumbled bacon and bacon grease added to the mix. You guys been talkin' I been cookin'.
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