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Brand new stove that's 10 years old I know you can use a microwave to cook anything but that's all it is used for. I nuke two a day six or seven days a week. I was probably the last person to ever think I'd abandon a stove for a microwave. My first run in with microwaves was in 1976. I [...]
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Satnews Daily The Mission Microwave “MOAB” BUCs each provide 200 Watts of linear Ku-band power, while drawing only 1300 Watts of prime power. Each BUC is a lightweight 35 lbs allowing the 1:1 redundant system to be mounted directly on the feed boom without creating [...]
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Lori Borgman: Putting snap, crackle, pop in your family dinner Naturally, I got it out and threw it in the microwave. Five seconds … 10 seconds … 11 seconds … At the 12-second mark it began arcing, shooting sparks and popping like firecrackers. Then I started hyperventilating and shrieking just like she was [...]
Make your own fried cinnamon rolls Slice the dough into 24 mini rolls or 12 large rolls and transfer to a nonstick baking sheet. Put the baking sheet in a warm place until the rolls have doubled again in size, 30 to 40 minutes. Meanwhile, make the icing. In a small mixing bowl whisk [...]
What is the Hotpoint Curve MWH 1331 B?The Hotpoint Curve MWH 1331 B is a compact microwave (no grill or oven) with a curved back, designed to fit in a corner.It’s relatively simple, with few fancy functions: just pick a power and time and hit Start.Hotpoint Curve MWH 1331 B – Design and FeaturesOpen the door of the MWH 1331 B and the first thing that will strike you is how high up everything sits. The brains and the buttons can all be found below the cavity. The next thing you’ll take note of...
Empty-nesting opens new doors. I've come to appreciate a mostly empty fridge — no pressure to cook. Grocery shopping takes less time, especially with an expanded budget. The menu contains new additions — all quick-cooking and much of it indulgent. What has not changed is the preferred cooking method: the grill.BK (before kids), my husband and I toted our hibachi grill on driving vacations. We'd pull into a picnic grove, fire up the coals and sear a steak or two while sipping wine and tossing...
My favorite local pizza joint packs its pies in take-out boxes stamped with bold, almost accusatory, warnings not to reheat slices in the microwave.This, of course, is a major dilemma for me, forcing a choice between the crisp crust and bubbly topping that I know I'll get in the oven, and the instant gratification available with 18 seconds of nuking.It's a terrible predicament, and one that made me an easy mark for the Micro Grill, a non-electric device that ``transforms your microwave into a...
HUNTINGTON - Rise and shine - breakfast is ready. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, as it kick-starts one's metabolism, helping to burn calories throughout the day, gives energy needed to get things done and helps one focus at work and at school, according to WebMD.Many studies have linked eating breakfast to good health, including better memory and concentration, lower levels of "bad" LDL cholesterol and lower chances of getting diabetes or heart disease and being...