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As Seen On TV Cooking Gadgets Tested!…


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Date: March 18, 2021

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“Can these As Seen On TV Cooking machines really save you time & money? We put them to the test to find out!

This video is sponsored by the National Pork Board

We got our hands on some of the most-popular As Seen On TV cooking machines and gadgets to determine if they really work.

We’ll be testing the Red Copper 5-Minute Chef, POWER AIR FRYER XL, Veggetti Power and even the Pasta N More.”

I’ve been curious about the power air fryer xl, for a while now.

I’d like to get something of that nature…I think.

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How To Eat Chunky Soup…


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Date: February 24, 2021

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“This is how to eat Campbell’s Chunky Style Vegetable With Beef Soup. It is very chunky. I recommend it or the store brand equivalent. By adding just a few more fresh vegetables and some slices of toast you will find the soup to be more wholesome and filling. My friend Arthur, who lived to be 95 used to have this most days for lunch when he was at home. Arthur also ate TV dinners and he drank root beer and ate white bread. The oldest people I have known were not health food fanatics. They did have a peaceful personality and they ate a lot of small meals and snacks instead of big meals. I do recommend the chunky style big cans of soup.”

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Myths About Cast Iron Skillets You Need To Stop Believing…


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Date: February 21, 2021

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“If you are the proud owner of a cast iron skillet, then you might believe some of the most oft-told tales about what you should and shouldn’t do with cast iron cookware. There’s so many stories out there that reaching for a cast iron skillet, pot, or pan can seem a little intimidating, but don’t worry — the truth isn’t as complicated as you might think.

First, the good news! Cast iron is actually very low-maintenance once you know how to properly care for it, and it’s very durable. If properly cared for, there’s no need to worry about anything going awry.

There’s an idea floating around the cast iron community that the pans are delicate, but there are some that have stuck around through generations. Need proof? Head to an antique store, estate sale, thrift shop, or auction. Chances are pretty good that you’ll see some cast iron cookware that’s been passed down for years, and that doesn’t really make you think “delicate,” right?

The biggest myth around cast iron skillets is that they cannot be washed with dish soap, as it’ll ruin the seasoning. Though dish soap is made to strip oil, it cannot remove the skillet’s seasoning because the seasoning itself is not just a coating of oil.

You build up a skillet’s seasoning by pouring a small amount of oil into the hot pan and smoothing it over the surface with a paper towel. By heating the pan as you smear the oil, the oil cooks onto the pan and chemically attaches itself to the metal. While you definitely shouldn’t soak the skillet in soapy water, using a bit of dish soap and warm water to clean your pan will not do any long-lasting damage.

After your skillet has been cleaned, you should re-season it, too. It’s another falsehood that pre-seasoned pans don’t have to ever be seasoned again. To do so, you can place the skillet on a burner set to the highest heat to let the remaining water evaporate. After the skillet is dry, just add and spread your oil. When it smokes, smear it around again and remove it from the heat to cool.

It’s that easy! Now, there’s no more kitchen confusion… about cleaning your cast iron, at least.

Watch this video for more myths about cast iron skillets you need to stop believing!”

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