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Discussion in 'Culture and Food' started by JohnAsh, May 7, 2020.
Yep that was Ana.
edit: and she always explicitly called it "toasted bread".
grrrrr. i need to unread that.
Seems like they both studied domestic science at the same place...
That might explain where she got the idea.
Last time we went to Manila we stayed near Mall of Asia and there was a lovely breakfast place we went to. Rice with the egg on top and corned beef. This has now become her own speciality.
The only thing Ana ever studied was how to improve her English, that kind of worked but 'can' still means 'cannot' (interchangeable both verbally and in written form so you can't ever tell) amongst many other mind numbing communication issues, cooking she taught herself in her early to mid twenties and credit where credit is due she's not bad but not as good as her mother.
Used ours for first time this week, very good, chicken came out cooked and nice and moist, going to try and make crisps this weekend!
I have heard a lot of good reports on these gadgets.
I was sceptical to be honest, but am surprised by how simple they are to use, clean compact and versatile. Let the Filipino food experiments commence!
Frozen oven chips are perfect..with no added oil
we went for the 5.8 litre size
My wife would rather spend the money on a cheapskate karaoke mike thingy that only works on a phone app via bluetooth.........
Don't see the sense in it............
let us know how you get on with crisps. i tried--but got either soggy slices of raw spud--or burnt black parsnip--bit i didnt follow a recipe.
bigger the better. mine is ok for 2 people--just. i dont add oil to anything.
I posted back in January about the Power Fryer, John:
My Dad has "A" levels in the art of chips and he swears by his
This manufacturer's models are very hard to obtain these days, for obvious reasons.
yes ours says if doing oven chips no oil, but if doing real chips then brush the chips with oil before frying, we hardly ever buy frozen food so it will be real potato chips going in
Yes it says no oil for frozen oven chips, but we hardly buy any frozen food, so it will be real potato chips(they say brush with oil) before frying,we are yet to try. Fairly relaxed that the fryer was made in China!