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  1. Account suspended
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    13 Sep '15 09:48
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    olive oil everytime
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    13 Sep '15 09:58
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    I prefer Rapeseed it has a higher burn temperature , Stopped making chips in a pan now par boil allow to cool brush with oil and finish in the oven, switched from fried eggs to poached, Steaks Bacon etc brush the pan with oil wipe pan with kitchen paper before washing.
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    13 Sep '15 10:06
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    my son is just the same last time he was home with his lovely wife we had cooked a chicken to have with a salad for lunch on sunday we went to bed, when they came in from the pub they ate all the breast meat and threw the rest of it in the bin working on the theory that because they don't like the dark meat nobody else would .....a REAL NUMPTY
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    13 Sep '15 11:07
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    Originally posted by drewnogal
    "I'll start with greasy pans. How do you clean them and what do you do with the leftover oil and fat from the meat that you cook?"

    1) Use absorbent paper towels as a sponge to remove any excess "oil and fat"; 2) Rinse with very hot water in your kitchen sink; 3) Depending on the size of your cookware, pour one half cup or more of inexpensive [less than a dollar here] White Vineager into your cookware with half as much very hot water; 4) Let stand overnight; 5) Pour contents down the kitchen sink drain while rinsing with the hot water faucet on maximum pressure; 5) Now your cookware is prepared for routine cycles in your dishwasher with dishes, cups, glasses, silverware, etc. (with thanks to my dear wife). Note: An alternative is to reduce the amount and frequency of greasy meats from your weekly diet. Extra Virgin Olive Oil is my "preference for cooking".
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    13 Sep '15 13:27
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    ...and I feed that to myself...am I cruel to the birds?
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    13 Sep '15 13:45
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    same as dripping on bread with the goodness(jelly) if u were lucky, cod liver oil,sunday nights syrup of figs and the nit comb.
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    13 Sep '15 14:21
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    yeah my elder brothers army coat plus his army blankets, outside loo tin bath the works my dad was the cook in the house , mam was okat sweet puddings dad did winkles,mussels boiled crabs and dressed them made tripe and onions shared out the lites after cooking the chicken and made the best Chips I have ever tasted.
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    13 Sep '15 16:03
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    drewnogal, my reply attempted to address the needs of "2 adolescent males to learn that technique?" Your own method is certainly economical.
  9. Subscriberrookie54
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    13 Sep '15 16:31
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    i own dogs...
    they do the heavy cleaning of the pots, pans, dishes, and utensils...
    when they have done their best, i wash, usually with soap...

    sometimes not, it all depends...
  10. Standard memberSeitse
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    13 Sep '15 16:53
    I usually don't do fat birds. Easy prey yet one ends up paying it
    with clinginess in the aftermath.
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    13 Sep '15 22:30
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schmaltz
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    - Hot water, properly hot not handwarm, and sufficient of it; first under the running tap and then in the sink with washing-up liquid; and in my pans there is never enough oil or fat for the leftover amount to be a problem.
    - Someone else chucking a pan in my in-use sink never happens to me but if it did I would be ticked off.
    - We have big plastic bins the cats can't get into, and no raccoons to lift the lids.
    - My sink got blocked only once, and I don't think it was fat.
    - Clean your clothes with good washing powder at a suffiicient temperature (heat is good against all fats).
    - What I cook in depends on what I cook in it, and from what cuisine. Other oils such as peanut or sunflower are also useful.
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    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schmaltz
    May the Schmaltz be with you!
  14. Mar-a-Lago
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    14 Sep '15 18:38
    Originally posted by Seitse
    I usually don't do fat birds. Easy prey yet one ends up paying it
    with clinginess in the aftermath.
    Yes a pity shag has its downsides
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    14 Sep '15 18:39
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    Er, buy a dishwasher
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