Greystone microwave convection oven manual
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2023.06.05 07:23 Adam-best Angry Mama Microwave Cleaner Effortless Cleaning - If you're the type of person who uses the microwave more often than you use your stovetop or oven for cooking, you're probably also the type of person who despises deep cleaning. Say goodbye to your scrubbing sponge with this microwave clean
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2023.06.05 06:53 sarra-sagesse Keto Pizza Bread - Pulls Apart
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142 calories, 2g net carbs Total Recipe:
2272 calories, 32g net carbs Servings:
2 1/2 cups Mozzarella cheese, shredded
3 whole eggs, beaten
1 1/2 c almond flour
1 tbsp baking powder
2 oz cream cheese
1/2 c Parmesan cheese, grated
1 tsp rosemary seasoning
1/2 c sharp cheddar, shredded
1/2 c pepperoni slices
Combine the almond flour with the baking powder, mixing well. Set aside.
Melt Mozzarella and cream cheese on the stove top (or microwave 1 minute.)
When cheese melts, add flour mix, and eggs. Knead well, forming a sticky ball.
Mix the Parmesan cheese and rosemary together in a small bowl. Sprinkle Parmesan cheese mix over the top of the dough to prevent stickiness.
Form a ball with the dough and cut in half. Continue cutting into 16 small pieces.
Roll the pieces of dough into balls, and roll them through the plate of Parmesan mix, coating all sides.
(The Parmesan cheese coats each dough ball, allowing for easy pull-apart after baking, if you’re not slicing.)
Grease a baking sheet or dish. Layer the dish with the 16 dough balls, then top with shredded cheese and pepperoni slices (or other veggies if desired.)
Bake at 350 F for 25 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from oven and allow to cool slightly before serving.
Nutrition Total Recipe:
2272 Calories; 156.8g Fat (62.1% calories from fat); 177.6g Protein; 56g Carbohydrate; 24g Fiber. Per Serving:
142 Calories; 9.8g Fat (62.1% calories from fat); 11.1g Protein; 3.5g Carbohydrate; 1.5g Fiber.
2023.06.05 05:36 ColoHusker Moving/clear out sale, mostly tools, woodworking, remodeling items
If you are interested in something, lmk and I can send or upload pics and pull model numbers. If you are interested in a bunch, we can setup a time to come by.
Sometime the week of 6/12 whatever is left will be donated to the tool library/maker spaces/Habitat Restore.
Corded power tools in great shape with storage cases if they came with them.
- Makita 5007MG 7 1/4" circular saw + a variety of blades, several brand new
- HPT corded 1/2 drill
- HPT grinder, brand new
- Dewalt sawzall
- B&D Jigsaw
- Belt Sander
- Bosch fixed & plunged base router kit, opened but never used. Includes a dozen or so router bits.
- 12 inch Hitache dual bevel compound mitre saw + custom rolling base & cabinet with 4 foot foldable extensions (one for each side)
- 12 inch harbor frieight compound mitre saw used for a few cuts
- Tons of 12 inch blades, lightly used or brand new
- 1 rockwell oscillating saw
- 1 oscillating saw (forget brand, acquired at costco)
- Several dozen new oscillating saw blades
- 20 year old craftsman 1/2 inch drill, well used but very reliable
Large corded tools:
- Dewalt D24000S 10" wet saw with blade, clean water bucket, pump, slides, stand, power source, etc.
- Delta 10" contractor table saw model 34-444. Original fence & rails as well as 50" biesemeyer clone, blade guard, etc. Cast iron table is perfectly flat, unpitted, no rust. Includes original stamped wings in good shape. It's the last model made in USA before Delta closed the tupelo plant. Tons of blades including Forrester Woodworker II (needs manufacturer reconditioning which is like $75 + shipping), varios Freud blades (new & lightly used) & some Diable blades
- Older Delta DC-380 15" four poster planer in good shape & working, dust extraction hookup & feed tables. Needs plug replaced as it was damaged when relocating. Will consider it a part out piece if I cannot replace plug before you come to look at it.
- Older craftsman radial arm saw on mobile base, + 7 or so blades
- Porter Cable 16, 18, finish nailer & pin nailer pneumatic nailers
- Porter Cable 5 gallon oilless compressor, lightly used
- Sanborn Magna Force 25 gallon oil compressor, good shape. Needs the regulator knob replaced ($40 part online) but working otherwise
- Several air compressor cords, various lenghts 10 ft to 50 ft.
- HPT stapler & staples
- Freeman pneumatic flooring nailer, opened never used.
- Ramset w/ nails & powder cartridges
- 1400 - 1600 sq ft of 3/4 inch x 3.25 inch rustic white oak solid hardwood flooring, new in bundles. A couple bundles were opened. Includes a dozen packs or so of oak splines, possibly underlayment.
- A variety of stain-grade wood including red oak, white oak, maple, poplar, hickory, walnut. Mostly oaks & maple (some but not much tigeburled maple). It's all full dimension 1x1, 1x2, 1x3 in 8'-16' lengths for cabinet face frames. Stacked together, it would be 6-8' tall x 2.5' wide. Most of it is longer lengths.
- Can include a lumber storage shelf that is 16' l x 3' w x 12'.
- Large chemical resistant work table & base, 3'x7'
- 20 or so rough sawn 1x6 or 1x8 ~16' local blue stain pine boards.
- A dozen or so pairs of Bessey 3/4 inch pipe clamps, 4-8' long
- A few pairs of 1/2 pipe clamps, 4' long
- 8 pair folding saw horses
- Never installed 60" inch vanity, white with separate molded counter & sinks. Will include delta faucets new in box if I still have them
- Several vanity style mirrors 2x4
- Black granite single basin large & deep sink with American Standard garbage disposal & kohler commercial style pull down faucet (stainless). Installed then pulled. I think the sink is Frankie. Never caulked in & I believe we have the top mount & flush mount hardware & cut templates.
- Also have a matching black granite baprep sink. Opened, never used. Includes installation templates, etc. Frankie brand
- American standard garbage disposal new in box
- New door handles, hinges, hardware in aged bronze (color matched to Kwikset handles & Delta fixtures). Also matching curtain rods, other hardware, new. Also some matching 3 or 4 light wall mount light fixtures.
- Paper backed bat insulation for 2x4 & 2x6 exterior walls. Never opened.
- Never installed light grey large format tiles, enough for 1.5 5' tub surrounds (front, back, side)
- Bunch of 4" mdf trim 8' or 10' lengths. New
- Set of 2 year old LG stainless steel kitchen appliances. 25 cu ft fridge, gas range + gas convection oven, dishwasher. Verifying length left on extended warranty.
- 36 inch black range hood exhaust. Opened never installed.
- Whirlpool commercial standup garage freezer, 28 cu ft, white, approximately 12 years old. Great shape.
- Danby 20ish cu ft garage freezer, 2 years old.
- 20 year old whirlpool clothes washer & dryer. Well maintained, 3 year old heater core. Washer has a $4 coupling (still available on amazon) that has to be replaced every 7 years or so. $20 because nobody ever seems to take it when it's "free"
- Dozens of new work/old work outlet boxes
- New circuit breakers for GE panels including AFCI & 80-100W breakers
- 14 gauge romex rolls, 100' or 250'
- Heavy duty 25' electrical cords, used for 20 amp tools
- 2 spool of cat 6 ethernet. About 150' on each. Will include fishtape, pull rods, connectors & pull reiliefs, crimp tools, line testers, etc.
- A 2 post network rack, full sized
- Server cabinet, full-sized with fans.
- Rackmount power ports
- 2 24-port gigabit switches (Cisco). I believe they are POE. Will verify when I get the model #s
- 6' x 2' x 7' steel adjustable storage shelf. Great shape used for steel/metal storage, never been able to overload.
- Various other wood/basement storage shelving sized for 45 gallon storage tubs. 6-8 long, 8' tall
- T5 grow adjustable shelf with 3 @ 4'x8' T8 light fixtures. Can convert to LED by removing the ballasts. Built out of pine 1x4s.
- Folding 3'x6' Costco composite table
- Solid Oak child's low dressor & high dressor. Painted white.. Needs a bit of cleanup but built like a tank.
- 6-8 foot i-beam & box levels, like new
- Ridgid shop vac
- Husqvarna battery operated string trimmer with charger, string
- Worx corded blowevac
- Dozens of unopened caulk & sealent.
- Several pieces of new 1/2 & 3/4 inch drywall
- 28' warner aluminum extension ladder
- several aluminum or fiberglass extension & step ladders 10-18 feet
- Plumbing tools
- Oreck XL Gold stand up vacuum
- Several Cabela's rod with various bait casting or spin casting reals. Spooled & ready.
- Pair of harbor freight loading ramps, 7.5' long
- Heavy duty furniture dolly & wheeled furniture movers
- A number 5 gallon buckets of SW paint in grey & white (interior & exterior). Never opened. Will include buckets & filters to screen/box paint. -- Need to reinventory as some paint walked off. Will update 06/05/2023
- Tons of new roller covers/brushes purdey & wooster mostly
- Some heavy duty paint tarps, a few large rolls of plastic drop cloth
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2023.06.05 05:15 cathefre How do I overclock my warmer oven?
Super odd request I guess but I bought a RPBBQ Doyon warmer oven to add to my resto setup. It goes to max 150F which means that with heat loss with the door opening I can’t really get the right temp hot enough to keep the food in the safe zone and at an enjoyable temperature to serve during rush.
I’m thinking if the thermostat could be overclocked to 200-250 I’d be able to get something I can work with. Any leads on how to get that done? I’m down to change the parts on my own but not too sure where to start.
Link for ref https://www.manualslib.com/products/Doyon-Rpbbq-2229061.html
but the oven is from the 80s so the manual doesn’t quite match 100% :/ Feel free to point me to some other subreddit where I can cross post to help me figure this out, it would be greatly appreciated
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2023.06.05 05:10 Conmotoson Done with Starbucks
I’ve recently been to several Midwest Starbucks and it pains me to say it, but I think I’m done with them. The service was consistently slow, poor, and frustrating. The coffee is different. There were no food items except for the convection oven filler “stuff”. I used to justify the price (I’ve forgotten how), but I can’t do it anymore. Entering a Starbucks is just blah now. The coffee is no longer special. Tomorrow I’ll try Dunkin’
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2023.06.05 01:58 lunarpalluscat Ansys Fluent heat transfer between fluids with gap between meshes (gyroid HX)
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I'm modelling a gyroid HX in nTopology and aiming to simulate the heat transfer between the two fluid streams. Gyroid HX
It's obviously complex so to understand how the setup works I started by modelling simple rectangles in design modeller. One side is a hot air stream and the other is cold air. Initially I also modelled a solid wall between them. The mesh is simple enough to be conformal. I created named selections for the inlet and outlet faces, and a solid body named selection for the hot, cold fluids and middle wall. Fluent automatically picked up the contact between them and created shadow walls. Rectangle HX
Simulation showed that heat was indeed being transferred between the wall and the two fluids. Heat transfer with solid wall
Since the gyroid is a complex mesh and imported from nTopology it is not comformal and I would prefer at this stage to neglect the solid wall and allow heat transfer directly between the fluids. I tried modelling the same rectangle HX above without the solid mesh in between and instead a gap. I created named selections for the hot-cold interface and set it up in fluent manually as a mesh interface coupled wall. It created non-overlapping and shadow walls.
Despite having coupled walls between the interface no heat was transferred. I also don't understand why when I right click on these newly created walls and choose display, nothing is shown. Has it created empty walls that aren't actually associated with any mesh? Also when I edit these walls, only the shadow walls are coupled. In many videos I have seen the user explicitly defines these walls to be convection with a given heat transfer coefficient. I don't want to define a HTC and instead have the solver find it for me. No heat transfer without solid wall
Have I got this all wrong? Is this not something I can do? Is there a better way I can approach modelling the heat transfer between the two gyroid streams?
2023.06.05 00:49 BakesPotato Landlord and Tennant questions
I have a few questions so I'll put them in a list form. I am currently a tenant renting in Connecticut.
EDIT: I already live here and the lease is the same from when I moved in last year. I was signing the new one for next year (August-July)
- We've complained to our landlady that the oven in our kitchen isn't working. She sent a person who wasn't able to fix it. She doesn't want to replace or try to fix the oven. Instead, she gave us a convection oven which was already used and dirty when she gave it to us. Is there anything in the law regarding that she has to either fix or replace this oven? The best she can do is try and get someone else to come look at it.
- On the lease it says that she is going to charge us extra money monthly if we have a space heater, window AC unit/portable AC unit. Is this legal?
- Also on the lease, there is no section about how long a guest can stay before they must sign a lease. The lease however, has said that any overnight guests must pay $10 per day that they are staying. Is this legal?
- On the lease, it states that she has the right to enter the premise at all reasonable times during the lease period to inspect the unit. Would she still have to give a 24hr notice?
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2023.06.04 23:42 ThatCoffeeDrinker Housing Interest in Donnelly/cascade/McCall Idaho area
We are almost done with remodeling our 900 sf 2 bedroom, 1 & 1/2 bathroom cabin located in Donnelly, Idaho. It will have induction cooktop, speed/convection oven, granite counters. No garage, no fences. We would consider animals (depends on breeds and quantity). Backs up to BOR land. Anyway, we are toying with the idea of renting it to travel nurses. Is there any interest for you professionals to take assignments up in this area? Do you all generally come solo? Or are you generally interested in a roommate situation? If a roommate situation, how would you/we arrive at that? It would be very easy for us to just go with STR due to all the recreation nearby (Donnelly us know as The Crossroads to Recreation) but we would prefer to do a nursing type situation where we might be able to squeak in a getaway for us sometime in there as well. Thank you for the feedback.
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2023.06.04 22:40 GrillinGorilla Brand New Oven Not Reaching Temp
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2023.06.04 22:27 URappletea Malden MA 2b2b fully furnished apartment lease transfer, starting this July
Hi all, I'm moving out of my apartment before the start of July
and need someone to take the current lease, which will end on March 2024 and can be extended.
Rent is $2550 per month, with a $2000 deposit. Willing to give away all the current furniture for free.
Features of the apartment:
- Central AiHeat
- In-unit dishwasher, oven, microwave, air fryer and fridge
- Fully furnished big master bedroom, with a walk-in closet and private bathroom
- Great view and lighting on the balcony
- Washer and dryer on every floor (not coin-based)
- Security on guard every day
- 24/7 gym and swimming pool
- 8-min walk to Orange line Malden Center. A convenience store is just around the corner. 5-min walk to Walgreens. Many decent restaurants and bars are also within walking distance.
Check out the apartment photos here
. Feel free to dm me for more details :)
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2023.06.04 21:33 morrisdayandthethyme Why tin linings don't melt even in a very hot oven (550F convection shown here) if the pan is reasonably full of food: Water in food cools its surroundings as it evaporates much more drastically than most people assume
2023.06.04 21:28 jtomrich Built In Microwave
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2023.06.04 21:16 Express_Glove_8214 Advice for Restricting Eating while in college? LPR
Last year I went to an ENT and they told me that I have silent reflux. I never had any symptoms of acid reflux or silent reflux I thought, but when I read what the symptoms were for it, it immediately all made sense to me. The constant lump in the throat and mucous, sometimes feeling like I can’t breathe, and a few years ago I lost my upper register when it comes to singing. I’ve looked up constantly other people symptoms when it comes to LPsilent reflux, yet I can never find anyone who had lost part of their voice like I have. I was hoping somebody could relate and maybe give me some tips on that.
For the people who have completely beat LPsilent reflux/GERD, how did you do it? It’s exhausting and sad because food is my life and I’m already skinny enough. Food was one of the things that made me happy, and now I have to constantly check every ingredient to make sure it doesn’t cause me to flare up.
Last year I tried for a few weeks to heal it, but my upper register never came back but I was sick of the diet and quit. Now, a few months later I’m back with the same dilemma and I wanna completely heal my esophagus now.
I just wanna ask, as I’m 20 I’m pretty young, what people did to get rid of their symptoms? Has anyone completely cured it? Have any meal ideas a college student who doesn’t have an oven at college but a microwave, refrigerators, and a electric cooker. If anyone also lost part of their voice, how long did it take to come back and what did you do to get it back?
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2023.06.04 19:27 ChicagoJoe3 Microwave Trips Breaker After Running For A Few Seconds
I have a GE JES1334WD04 1.3 Cu Ft 1100 Watt Conventional Microwave Oven that I have had for 12 years. I decided to give it a deep cleaning and after letting it dry for 12 hours the microwave trips the breaker after running for 3 seconds. I am thinking I got some soap/water in the electrical components. The microwave lights turn on when I open the the microwave door and turns off when I close the microwave door. If I leave the microwave plugged in the clock works. When I place something to warm up in the microwave I can hear some noise (Normal sound noise that it makes but I'm not sure if it's the fan) and the microwave lights turn on like normal. The breaker trips after a few seconds of running the microwave.
I have read it could be the door switches or fuse. Since the issue only started after I gave the microwave a deep cleaning. Could it be anything else? What should I do to troubleshoot?
Here is a video that show's what happens. https://i.imgur.com/a0y81lA.mp4
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2023.06.04 19:24 morniTandoor Unleashing the Flavors: The Ultimate Guide to Unboxing and Using Your Tandoor Oven! 🔥🍢
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Unboxing the Tandoor Oven: A Step-by-Step Guide
If you're a fan of deliciously charred and smoky flavors, then unboxing a tandoor oven is an exciting moment. A tandoor is a traditional clay oven used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines to cook a variety of dishes. Whether you're a seasoned chef or an adventurous home cook, unboxing and setting up your new tandoor oven is an important first step. In this article, we'll walk you through the process step by step, ensuring you have everything you need to start your culinary journey. unboxing tandoor oven tandoor for sale Step One: Breaking the Metal Strip
Once you have your tandoor oven crate ready, locate the metal strip that secures it. Using a pair of wire cutters or pliers, carefully break the metal strip and remove it. This will free the crate and allow you to proceed with unboxing. Step One: Breaking the Metal Strip
Step Two: Opening the Top Lid of the Crate
With the metal strip removed, you can now open the top lid of the crate. Lift it gently, ensuring not to strain yourself or damage the contents inside. Set the lid aside in a safe place as you'll need it later for storage or transportation. Step Two: Opening the Top Lid of the Crate Step Three: Opening the Front Lid of the Crate
Inside the crate, you will find a front lid. Open it to reveal the tandoor oven nestled securely inside. The front lid might be secured with additional packing materials such as foam or bubble wrap. Remove any such protective layers carefully to prevent any potential damage. Step Three: Opening the Front Lid of the Crate Step Four: Pull the Tandoor Out
Now that the front lid is open and any protective materials have been removed, you can slowly and steadily pull the tandoor oven out of the crate. Be mindful of the weight and size of the oven, ensuring you have a firm grip to avoid any accidents or injuries. It's always helpful to have an extra pair of hands for this step. Step Four: Pull the Tandoor Out Step Five: Pick the Metal Plate, Sidearm, Skewers, and Operational Manual
Alongside the tandoor oven, you will find several accessories that come with it. These often include a metal plate, a sidearm for placing skewers, skewers themselves, and an operational manual. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with these components, as they play a vital role in the tandoor cooking process. Step Five: Pick the Metal Plate, Sidearm, Skewers, and Operational Manual Step Six: Unwrap the Covering of Paper and Plastic from the Tandoor
Before you can start using your tandoor oven, you'll need to remove any covering of paper or plastic that protects it during transportation. Carefully unwrap these materials, ensuring not to scratch or damage the oven's surface. Once unwrapped, you'll be able to appreciate the beautiful craftsmanship of the tandoor. Step Six: Unwrap the Covering of Paper and Plastic from the Tandoor
Congratulations! You have successfully unboxed your tandoor oven
, and now you're ready to embark on a culinary adventure like no other. Remember to carefully read the operational manual to understand the oven's features and instructions for safe usage. With your tandoor oven set up and ready to go, get ready to create mouthwatering kebabs, naans, and tandoori delicacies in the comfort of your own home.
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2023.06.04 18:39 Birdilocks Over the range microwave advice
I am trying to select a stainless over the range microwave with convection and dual vent option (interior or exterior), min 1000 watts and 400 CFM.
Can you tell me what over the range microwave you have? The reviews across the board are pretty scary. Would like to hear from someone who actually likes their microwave and finds it has been reliable.
Also I wanted an air fryer option but the choices look kind of bleek. The ones I am finding look too gigantic, I don't want the microwave in my face when I cook.
I had ordered an LG model w a handle (the fridge is LG) but put it on hold after I saw the air fry reviews. Apparently it's like not having a microwave at all.
I have very limited counter space. I dont have room for a countertop air fryeoven thingy.
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2023.06.04 18:39 Bulb381 Dorm room essentials you wish you would have brought day one?
I received this list in the mail. There were definitely things I didn't think of to bring. Are there any things that you wish you would have thought of or were essential for your dorm experience?
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2023.06.04 17:31 butwhatif5 Recommendation for contractors or kitchen renovators?
- Definitely need countertops replaced
Couple other things are pending price: 2. Paint kitchen cabinets 3. Convert stovetop to gas 4. New sink, oven and microwave
Bought a new house in North Central SA.
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2023.06.04 14:46 Master_Ad_4727 I don't know what just happened..
I have a convection microwave oven, guessing we've owned it for 7 years. I put a pie in the microwave and heated it for 10 minutes. Here's my first mistake. The pie was de-thawed, so I didn't need to microwave it for that long, (I'm so use to getting them straight out of the freezer.) Anyway I put it on the flat plate and after a while I could hear cooking sounds and then an awful seeping of a burn smell. I switched off the microwave, pulled out the plug, and I noticed the vents in the rear billowing with smoke. I took the microwave outside and placed it on a table in the middle of no-where. Here's the thing, the pie sitting on the flat plate, was black on the bottom of it, and the top of the pie was also black. I would have thought if I overheated the pie on microwave setting, the most it would have done, was made the pie very soggy? I think I somehow had a very near-miss, it could have been far worse! I'm puzzled, having cooked roasts in it for many years, could I have clogged up the fan with any residual oil, or has my microwave convection oven just seen out its days. I never expected to see the bottom of the pie via a thick flat plate, burnt black. What has your experiences being with microwave convection ovens? Looking at getting a new one, and I noticed they put the fan on the roof now, not at the rear, for saving space purposes. Any help, advice, would be much appreciated. I don't want to be at fault with my next purchase!
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2023.06.04 14:43 Master_Ad_4727 I don't know what just happened..
have a convection microwave oven, guessing we've owned it for 7 years. I put a pie in the microwave and heated it for 10 minutes. Here's my first mistake. The pie was de-thawed, so I didn't need to microwave it for that long, (I'm so use to getting them straight out of the freezer.) Anyway I put it on the flat plate and after a while I could hear cooking sounds and then an awful seeping of a burn smell. I switched off the microwave, pulled out the plug, and I noticed the vents in the rear billowing with smoke. I took the microwave outside and placed it on a table in the middle of no-where. Here's the thing, the pie sitting on the flat plate, was black on the bottom of it, and the top of the pie was also black. I would have thought if I overheated the pie on microwave setting, the most it would have done, was made the pie very soggy? I think I somehow had a very near-miss, it could have been far worse! I'm puzzled, having cooked roasts in it for many years, could I have clogged up the fan with any residual oil, or has my microwave convection oven just seen out its days. I never expected to see the bottom of the pie via a thick flat plate, burnt black. What has your experiences being with microwave convection ovens? Looking at getting a new one, and I noticed they put the fan on the roof now, not at the rear, for saving space purposes. Any help, advice, would be much appreciated. I don't want to be at fault with my next purchase!
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2023.06.04 13:42 Inator-Maker A bit of a rant (and info) on air fryers
I see a lot of posts about air fryers on reddit and there are always the same talking points.
1) its just a small convection oven.
2) My "xyz" appliance does the same so what's the big deal?
3) I love my air fryer
I am not a chef or professional by any means. I am home cook and enjoy being in the kitchen. That said if, you don't like my home cooks opinion then don't read.
The term "Air Fryer" is being used on a lot of products to get on the marketing the hype train. Yes, the method of cooking is convection (heat circulated by a fan) but this does not make all appliances marketed as air fryers equal. I am quite frankly tired of the "It's just a small convection oven" argument as the statement does not apply to all air fryers.
I currently own two devices that are considered air fryers. Both are from Ninja. One is a two basket, and the other is a Ninja Foodie. Each of these devices have different applications and purposes. First let's cover the two basket.
Basket style air fryers are a unique device. Not all are created equal mind you. I have gone through several different models to learn that some are better than others. The big thing here is the basket design. Having a little shelf at the bottom of the basket is what makes all the difference. It allows for more air to circulate around all of the food; not just the top of it. The other benefit to the basket is being able to shake the food and move it around quite easy. Things like fried potatoes, wings, and vegetables really benefit from this.
My Ninja Foodie, on the other hand, is a small convection oven. Sure, it has an "air fry" mode, but it is more designed as an oven / grill. The things I cook in the baskets is very different from the Foodie. This is because of design. Fries come out with a far better texture in the baskets then they do in the Foodie. On the flip side my chicken breasts come out better in the Foodie. Imagine cooking a chicken breast to 170 degrees and its still juicy when you cut into it! From frozen no less!! My foodie is far better at being an indoor grill / small oven than an air fryer. That said the convection function sears meat very well and locks in those juices.
Both work well for their respective tasks. The key reason is the elevation from the perforated cooking surface from the bottom the tray. Air can move and fat/grease can drip down without making a mess.
The toaster over style "air fryers" are not what I consider air fryers. A lot of them do not have the right design to allow for the correct amount of air to circulate to achieve the best textures. Yes, it is a handy little convection oven on the countertop that heats up faster than a large oven and doesn't put off as much heat into the room, but it is not an air fryer in the strictest sense.
I love my air fryers. I use at least one of them 3-4 times a week. I have spares in my basement in case one dies. Burgers, steaks, veggies, potatoes, reheating leftovers; you name it I use my air fryer. To those who say "air fryers are just small convection ovens" you are partially correct in the mechanics, but you miss the point that the design and engineering of a "true" air fryer offers.
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2023.06.04 10:14 practicallyperfectuk Help with son
My son is on the waiting list for diagnosis - it might be a while but he certainly has many traits.
One of them is that he very rarely sleeps. He is wide awake until very late and wakes up early too. Every 3-4 days he will end up falling asleep randomly a little bit like a tired kitten and have a two hour nap and then be bouncing off the walls again.
I have tried to manage but it’s exhausting. I work so struggle with tiredness and so the only way I cope is by Co-parenting. He goes to his dads a couple of nights so I can get rested.
My son is usually very compliant - possibly also looking at asd. He is also very clever.
Last week I woke up to the sound of rattling in the kitchen. My son was awake at 4am and had managed to microwave some chocolate chips to melt them in a paper cup and also turned the oven on and cooked himself a pizza.
This might seem like an okay thing to do BUT he’s only five and I really worry about his safety. We have laid some rules down but he did everything exactly right, mimicking the way I do things and even tried to wash up after himself.
I can’t put baby gates on his room, as he can get around them or lock him in (or any doors) as that’s a fire safety risk in itself, especially as we are home alone.
I’ve tried making some snacks and even left some bread and butter out for the toaster and milk/cereal too but he seems to be obsessed with actual cooking.
I’ve asked him to wake me up to help him and I’ve even tried sleeping on the floor in his room but the problem is he sneaks around me and I’m so tired I don’t wake up.
I’ll also point out that he isn’t hungry - (he is overweight). and I think food is fulfilling a sensory need of his - he loves spice, soucitrus and frozen things too and I do my best to help him with providing sensory seeking resources.
Any advice here….. or just to know I’m not the only one would be reassuring here.
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