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Old December 21, 2018   #46
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Yeah, that was a sloppy burger. I'm craving another one now, LOL!
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Old December 21, 2018   #47
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Thread sounds like a TV show.
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Old December 21, 2018   #48
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I know it seems like this is all I eat, but here it is .. my dinner for tonight!
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Old December 21, 2018   #49
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I like it, is that bacon on top, what's the filling?
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Old December 22, 2018   #50
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I like it, is that bacon on top, what's the filling?
Filling is cream cheese and sausage, then cheddar and chopped bacon on top!
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Old December 28, 2018   #51
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I'm made pot roast tonight with chuck in the Frymaster 400.
I seasoned with a litle Tony's, Cavenders and garlic powder then oiled with EVOO and a light coat of flour.

Browned it to color

added some flavor

2 cups of water and in the pot for 10 minutes


onions, celery, 2 tbsp of tomato paste and carrots thinly sliced to add flavor and break down to make a thick gravy

Cooked 10 minutes then pulled out the meat because it's tender and added the potatoes and carrots



5 minutes under pressure and the veggies are done

added the meat to warm up before serving






Everyone needs a Presto Fry Master 400, it's a pressure skillet that makes life easy. Check Ebay and hopefully you'll find one, they don't make these anymore and I don't know why in this "I want it now" lifestyle.
This has to be one of the very first infomercials ever.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZavYMVXYam8
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Old December 28, 2018   #52
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That sure does look tasty!!
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Old December 29, 2018   #53
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My old mirromatic "6" I picked up for nothing does the same thing as the fry master 400.
Now days many people want something with Bluetooth, WiFi and a cell phone AP or they cant operate it.

Looks nice.

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Old December 29, 2018   #54
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I see in the video they are using the death paste called Crisco AKA trans fat.

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Old December 29, 2018   #55
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Cajun, that pot roast looks so very good! The gravy , mmmm.





Crisco uses, according to Minnie:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uO9UumD7AC4
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Old December 29, 2018   #56
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Thanks everyone!

Worth, everyone is on the Instapot train now. I was referring to a pan cooker. I borrowed my sisters Instapot and it does work but it's another big appliance that takes up counter space compared to a the pan style PC.

Thanks for posting that Imp, I haven't seen the movie. It's playing on Lifetime Jan 4 & 5.
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Old December 29, 2018   #57
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You are welcome.



My Mom made pot roast te same way, lightly browned with flour dusted on it beforehand, and vegs cooked just so She also fried chicken in Crisco and it was just so good. Good memories.


I thought the movie was a good one, hope you enjoy it.
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Old January 18, 2019   #58
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Default Sandwich night!!!

It all started with toast.



Till I added salad, S&P and a little pepper salt.

Add Bacon

Added smoked chicken breast from last night and mustard

Flip it and cover with Ranch

More veggies, S&P and more Ranch

Left over ham from Thanksgiving I had frozen and the best Mayo in the world===Blue Plate

Bacon makes everything better--> check it on Wiki

More salad and Ranch

Top Hat

Legend status

Split shot

and another cuz it's there

Can ya dig it?

Like a good IPA==Juicy

Down to the last bite
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Old January 25, 2019   #59
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I've been playing with the Fry Master 400 lately. Mostly for tougher cuts of beef. Did a venison shoulder the other night, deboned and connective tissue removed. Seared and then under pressure with onion, garlic and a splash of wine for 10 minutes. Cooled down, then added big chunks of veggies and 1 cup water for another 10 minutes. 5 lb roast plus veg in 20 minutes and two cool downs.
I love how this cooks, but have no idea as to what pressure this cooks at. Is the hard rubber piece that pops out of the center of the jiggler an indicator of pressure? It has a couple white lines that show when it pops. Any idea?
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Old January 25, 2019   #60
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It's supposed to be 5lbs a line so 5-10-15 but it always pegs out on mine and I cook on the lowest setting on a gas stove.

I usually leave the jiggler off till I see steam coming out then put it on and lower the heat when I see it rise to the 2nd mark and turn it down to low. Maybe I'm doing it wrong but it works for me.

Here's a download for the manual, the download button is on the top right.
http://libcdm1.uncg.edu/cdm/ref/coll.../HENP/id/12226
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