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Distributing small amounts of oil around a non-stick pan
I have difficulty evenly distributing oils (butter, chicken or bacon fat, and other oils) around a non-stick pan. Of course I can use cooking spray, but I need a solution for all fats. If I don't ...
Apr 26 '13 at 13:11
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