Discussion in 'Wackbag's Mean Cusine' started by SatansCheerledr, Dec 12, 2017.
Are you running marathons?
I'll be walking briskly, but nonchalantly. Can't raise suspicions.
Bad bomb jokes aside, I actually am planning to do one this year.
Nice. One piece of advice...pocket muffins.
Got my maroon pants with deep, roomy pockets already picked out.
Play your cards right and in a year you will be addicted to meth.
6 quart vs. 3 quart comparison. The bigger one is about the same size as the insert on my 6 quart crock pot (coincidentally enough). I can use the smaller one in the larger one for pot-in-pot cooking if I want to.
Bought the 8 quart “power cooker” from Costco today $69, we shall see
It will be two less better than my ten quart.
I set mine on the counter, I need a bigger counter, wha the hell are you going to cook in a 5gallon bucket”
It's better to have more room and not need it than to need more room and not have it.
Plus more surface area means heats faster.
Four pounds of nails, 9 quarts gasoline, push MEAT.
Fuck you, I'm pushing soup.
I bought some boneless spare ribs from Costco today, they are going to be my test, I usually make them in my giant cast iron Dutch oven but they take 4 hours, I also have a bag of beans so I could try bean soup, which also takes hours an hours and usually turns to mush, my goal is corned beef in less than 4 hours
Fine, but it'll be less delicious.
The bones fell out of my ribs after they cooked under pressure for 35 minutes. Made pulled pork another day in an hour. Anything cooked for 4 hours under pressure will just about be disintegrated.
a lot of collagen in chicken feet. good for your skin and hair.
It's been on my radar for a while, but I am getting close to pulling the trigger on one of these.
Also makes penis grow bigger.
Not that I need it.
looks like imma have to have you send me that soup too
Made lasagna in mine today. Tastes good, but didn't look very appealing.
Made the best wonton broth of my life in it in 20 minutes last night.
So, I made bean soup, There is a serious learning curve here, yes, it cooked to perfection in 45 minutes, what it didn’t do is reduce, so, I used the 8cups of broth, which I agree with, but, when it was done, I had 8 cups of broth left, instead of the 5-6 I would have usually ended up with after it reduced down... oh well now I have more broth
Yea, you have to add about 3/4th of an inch more broth than you want to end up with and add a little starch slurry at the end to anything you want to thicken up.
I put some arrow root in the pot roast but I was hoping the beans would have absorbed more of the liquid, meh, learning curve