Cooking Tip

Food cooks faster if the heat is actually turned on under the pan. Yeah, you’re welcome.

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6 responses to this post.

  1. I really do love reading your blog–it is so “oh, I have done that”!! 😉

    Thanks for making my day!

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  2. girl, this should have been a twitter!
    classic!

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  3. It also cooks faster if you turn on the CORRECT burner. FYI! 😉

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  4. Posted by Beth on October 8, 2008 at 5:03 pm

    And if you leave a oven mitt on the stove, be sure you turn on the correct burner! Ooops. Actually, just don’t leave the mitts on the stovetop (to my dear hubby!)

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  5. Cooking Tip 2;

    If you have a glass top stove make sure you know which burner you are turning on… or at least remove the tupperwear from the top of the stove. 🙂

    It’s amazing how the smell of melting plastic lingers.

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  6. Thank you all for your tips and support!
    Melting plastic and burnt popcorn–nothing like those smells!

    Reply

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