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Old 02-15-2018, 08:27 PM   #73865
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I live north of you and we don't boil fish either. Fried in butter Yumm!
I boil fish all the time. In oil.... see em boiling?
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Old 02-15-2018, 09:20 PM   #73866
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I boil fish all the time. In oil.... see em boiling?
You frying those fish nuggets in a wok?

No self respected Arkie would have a catfish fry in a Wok!

Although they do look good!
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Old 02-15-2018, 09:28 PM   #73867
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You frying those fish nuggets in a wok?

No self respected Arkie would have a catfish fry in a Wok!

Although they do look good!
I'm surprised you know what a wok is.
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Old 02-15-2018, 09:40 PM   #73868
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Here is a guide to using an electric pressure cooker.... there are many brands out there and sizes... i have a 4 quart... but it is still big... but I even baked a cheesecake in it.....


https://www.pressurecookingtoday.com...r-instant-pot/
I have the "smart" cooker 'cause I'm not a smart cook. The "smart" instant pot is wireless and has an app on the phone. I just push a button after the ingredients are add to the put and it cooks and finishes all by itself. Just release the pressure 'n eat.

My favorite so far is clam chowda!
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I'm surprised you know what a wok is.
My old deer camp had a small cabin equipped with all the outcast kitchen utensils donated by the wives of the members. A large wok and a ring that set on the stove and the wok balanced on was included. It was most often used to wash fresh potatoes and then slow fry them. That freed up the cast iron skillet for cooking deer meat.
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I have the "smart" cooker 'cause I'm not a smart cook. The "smart" instant pot is wireless and has an app on the phone. I just push a button after the ingredients are add to the put and it cooks and finishes all by itself. Just release the pressure 'n eat.

My favorite so far is clam chowda!
But will it boil fish?
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My old deer camp had a small cabin equipped with all the outcast kitchen utensils donated by the wives of the members. A large wok and a ring that set on the stove and the wok balanced on was included. It was most often used to wash fresh potatoes and then slow fry them. That freed up the cast iron skillet for cooking deer meat.
Well it's perfect for the Coleman stove and fish is best fried outdoors!
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Old 02-15-2018, 09:55 PM   #73872
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Here is a guide to using an electric pressure cooker.... there are many brands out there and sizes... i have a 4 quart... but it is still big... but I even baked a cheesecake in it.....


https://www.pressurecookingtoday.com...r-instant-pot/
Thanks Di, went to the link and had a good look...might be in my future soon!
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I keep telling myself I don't need one... I have a big pressure canner... If I want to pressure cook something,I just stick a bowl inside it and cook away on the stove.... but I bet one will eventually find it's way into my kitchen. (Bob likes gadgets like bread makers and such...who needs a bread maker when ya have 2 hands, a bowl, a bread pan and an oven?)
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Someone is flying a powered parachute here east of Yuma, have seen them going over the park a few times now...
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It's not Bob he just got his parachute back from inspection and is hoping to go out tomorrow afternoon.... brrrrr.....
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I keep telling myself I don't need one... I have a big pressure canner... If I want to pressure cook something,I just stick a bowl inside it and cook away on the stove.... but I bet one will eventually find it's way into my kitchen. (Bob likes gadgets like bread makers and such...who needs a bread maker when ya have 2 hands, a bowl, a bread pan and an oven?)
I'm with you, Marty! A bowl, 2 hands, etc. Martin usually asks why not use xyz gadget, when I'd rather mix or whatever by hand. (Besides, it burns more calories. &#128521 Somehow it feels more authentic.

Still, we bought an Instant Pot & really enjoy it. I grew up w/ pressure cookers, so it isn't a big adjustment to make. My fave is bbq baby back ribs, fallin off the bone. That chowdah Wayne mentioned is yummy too.
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I keep telling myself I don't need one... I have a big pressure canner... If I want to pressure cook something,I just stick a bowl inside it and cook away on the stove.... but I bet one will eventually find it's way into my kitchen. (Bob likes gadgets like bread makers and such...who needs a bread maker when ya have 2 hands, a bowl, a bread pan and an oven?)


Yep, I had a big pressure canner too, gave it to the schoold Home Ec dept when I moved to LR..... i still have 2 smaller stovetop ones, but chances if the coming out again are now slim...... this electric one comes to pressure within 2 minutes, no regulator noise, no HEAT, when it is done, it auto goes to stay warm mode.... like I said, I was so impressed that I ordered a second one... but both of mine are off brands, paid LESS than$50 each at Steinmart, 4 qt.....

I am a convert.....
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I will take this notice as a sign that you have not been intimidated by Tim (the builder among other things) or Di (our resident artist, keeper of the lust scrolls & exceptional teacher).



Somehow, visitors seem to survive.



Welcome to our neck of the country, I have nominated Tim to coordinate the meeting times and location. Queen Ann & I just follow his capable lead.


Tim..... please coordinate... we might or might not be able to meet... as you might have read, had upstairs tub leak, then blow out when they were unhooking it... so bad it was running out of the downstairs kitchen door casing.... so they are working... should have been finished today...... lol, no way... tub is installed but they are supposed to tile around it.., so will be working into next week, THEN they will be replacing ceiling in the kitchen...

Larry has 2 doctor appointments on Tuesday, so that day is out as well....

Let me know plans, and if I can, maybe I can come, but do not plan around us....

But Filethis2, glad you will get to meet part of us at least...


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