I think my oven has some sort of turbo pre-heat. It's not listed as a feature or in any of the supporting materials, but if you put something in before it's 100% up to temp, or increase the temperature mid-bake, it instantly burns the bottom.
Suggestions? (other than just not to do those things! ;) )
How many nights a week do you cook at home? No judgement; I'm genuinely curious.
I just preheated the oven, put the pan in, and it "baked" for 10 minutes before I realized that I preheated the bottom and absentmindedly put the pan in the top.
Enjoy your Valentine's Day dinner (even if it has to be quick so you can get your kid to basketball ;) )
Wall oven or all-in-one range? I'm guessing it's a personal preference, but let me know if you have any strong opinions/pros/cons.
I put a hearty beef soup (like a thinned out beef stew) on High in the slow cooker before 11. I just checked on it and the veggies are still totally hard. As I started my "I don't understand why people love slow cookers so much" speech, I realized that it had been turned down to 'warm'. No idea when.
I hate slow cookers :/
Apparently we had just enough gas in the grill for it to light and start to heat up, but not to cook the chicken. Undercooked chicken is ok to eat, right?
I cook about 5 nights a week, but I have to admit being challenged by needing dinners that can be eaten early and somewhat quickly 4 nights a week (to accommodate sports schedules).
Do you have non-junk, kid-friendly, somewhat quick to prepare, meals?
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