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In french?

Comment #20111 posted on october 5th 2019 at 07:48 by jh.

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Is there a phrase to use, in a restaurant when asking for the head to be removed from fish?

Comment #20110 posted on october 4th 2019 at 22:27 by Lynn.
Larded pork tenderloin
Larded pork tenderloin
This technique is called barding where you wrap the meat with fat, larding is pushing the fat through the meat with a needle and is much more tastier

Comment #20099 posted on september 28th 2019 at 17:45 by Mike.
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven
Stainless steel

Comment #20046 posted on september 1st 2019 at 14:24 by jh.
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven
What other kinds of pans can be used to reheat food or cook with other than Aluminium? Concerned about ingesting Aluminium and seeping into food. Use aluminum to make turkey, roasts etc. Also use aluminum pans to reheat food constantly.

Comment #20041 posted on august 29th 2019 at 01:08 by Anonymous.
Ocean bread
Ocean bread
I'm afraid no, because of the jet boil, not really usable for bread.

Comment #19973 posted on july 29th 2019 at 22:39 by jh.
Ocean bread
Ocean bread
I love your recipe but wondered if it can be modified to be made while Ill be with my colleagues ocean rowing with basic kitchen facilities and only a jet boil to cook with?

Comment #19972 posted on july 29th 2019 at 13:26 by Ian.
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven
Absolutely.

Comment #19944 posted on july 14th 2019 at 14:33 by jh.
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven
Would you still be able to if you don't have a sheet pan

Comment #19941 posted on july 13th 2019 at 23:47 by Anonymous.
Make your own hot-wire or styrofoam cutter
Make your own hot-wire or styrofoam cutter
I have 4 x 8 sheets 6 in thick
I use 12 v car battery and for wire i use continuous welding wire heavy gauge for fabrication
You will have to tighten wire when it heatsup
It cuts all my sheets of insulation 1 in 2 in 3 ect...
You will need to practice but it works


Comment #19899 posted on june 16th 2019 at 20:19 by MIKE.

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