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asked Cook boneless skinless chicken thigh portions to taste like drumsticks?
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asked Hygiene-wise, need to clean grill/broiling tray after each use?
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revised How to cook tubular ground beef using only disposable items?
question answered, yay!
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accepted How to cook tubular ground beef using only disposable items?
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comment How to cook tubular ground beef using only disposable items?
Dangers of? Actually, I had 3 fires in my previous oven. In one case, I had 4-5 inches of thick black smoke on the ceiling (thank god for fire extinguishers). But I'm trying to avoid that here. I'm starting to think that washing/re-using might be the way to go, too.
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comment How to cook tubular ground beef using only disposable items?
It turns out that someone DOES sell disposable broiler pans: storepulls.com/products/Small_Broiler_Pan-436809-7466.html
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comment How to cook tubular ground beef using only disposable items?
OK. If the beef isn't cooking well inside an aluminum foil pouch, does that just mean I'm not cooking it long enough? That's been my problem when I use aluminum foil as anything but a flat surface.
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comment How to cook tubular ground beef using only disposable items?
It's all about the cleaning. I drink from styrofoam cups, eat on paper plates with plastic utensils., etc. Sometimes, I have to use non-disposable items, but I try to avoid it.
Dec
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comment How to cook tubular ground beef using only disposable items?
Do you mean like a Foreman grill? I've tried that w/ beef (and Italian sausage), but the insides never seem to cook well enough. Do they sell pre-constructed tinfoil racks? That would be IDEAL! In fact, any sort of disposable cookware (foil-based) would be fantastic. I've tried the aluminum-foil-as-stovetop-pot thing, and it didn't work. The flames tend to go around the foil and directly into what you're cooking. If anyone else has had success w/ this though, I could give it another try.
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comment How to cook tubular ground beef using only disposable items?
I agree w/ you re aluminum foil. The only bad thing here is I want to put the beef on something w/ holes in it (like a broiling pan) so the grease can drop away. Unfortunately, putting foil over something w/ holes in it totally negates the purpose. When you say "broil burgers", how do you mean? Re the hobo stew, I've tried wrapping beef completely in aluminum foil and it doesn't seem to heat at all that way? Will the veggies make it cook better?
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asked How to cook tubular ground beef using only disposable items?
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comment Making Subway-like salads at home w/ zero work
Fantastic, thanks! One problem I've had w/ a lot of stuff: lots of food freezes great, but if I want a salad right away, there's no great way to unfreeze stuff fast. Putting it in the microwave seems downright weird, and waiting for it to thaw takes forever. Thoughts? Anyone?
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