New Kitchen Toys!

QSis

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Got myself the ATK's favorite 8" chef's knife. Can't wait to cut something, LOL! $39.

Many of my BBQ buddies love this brand.

Victorinox Fibrox Pro Chef's Knife, 8-Inch Chef's Knife​

Lee

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Shermie

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Hi all- I really have not been on since they changed this format.
Also my DD pretty much took over the kitchen.
So I miss ya all- Hi Shermie King of the Kitchen toys-
We just bought a Power XL Grill Air Fryer.
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Hi, dansdiamond. I bought THIS some time ago from a Target store! The thing wasreally heavy getting it home, but I managed to get it home on the bus. It steams, air fries, pressure cooks, slow cooks, bakes, broils & much, much more. You can literally cook right in the unit!! Make mac & cheese, stuffing, cook rice, do ribs, a pot roast, a whole chicken, & other things. I made a complete dinner in it, all without ever having to use the stove!! :whistling:
 

QSis

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My father gave me this microwave popcorn popper for my May birthday and I just got around to trying it today. I used some old Orville Redenbacher kernels, no oil, and they were delicious! Crispy, not at all chewy - I am SO impressed! Way better than the pan-on-the-stove method and much healthier than the storebought microwave bags.

I did sprinkle a little salt on after popping. Next time, I'm going to try the melted butter feature in the lid.

Couldn't wait to share this with you guys!

Lee

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Johnny West

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My father gave me this microwave popcorn popper for my May birthday and I just got around to trying it today. I used some old Orville Redenbacher kernels, no oil, and they were delicious! Crispy, not at all chewy - I am SO impressed! Way better than the pan-on-the-stove method and much healthier than the storebought microwave bags.

I did sprinkle a little salt on after popping. Next time, I'm going to try the melted butter feature in the lid.

Couldn't wait to share this with you guys!

Lee

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We have one that is a plastic like bowl that works quite well. I still like doing it the old fashioned way on the stove.
 

Shermie

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My father gave me this microwave popcorn popper for my May birthday and I just got around to trying it today. I used some old Orville Redenbacher kernels, no oil, and they were delicious! Crispy, not at all chewy - I am SO impressed! Way better than the pan-on-the-stove method and much healthier than the storebought microwave bags.

I did sprinkle a little salt on after popping. Next time, I'm going to try the melted butter feature in the lid.

Couldn't wait to share this with you guys!

Lee

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I haven't bought a microwave popper, since most popcorn is sold to be popped in the microwave anyway. Looks cute though!! :unsure:
 

Ironman

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I needed a new nonstick pan because my other one from SAMS Club is about done. It’s like a 24 inch anyway 😂huge!
During prime days on Amazon I picked this up for $20 something. Made hamburger helper for my grand Daughter today and was impressed!

I can’t remember why I didn’t go with all clad.

T-fal Dishwasher Safe Cookware Fry Pan with Lid Hard Anodized Titanium Nonstick, 12-Inch,​


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QSis

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I needed a new nonstick pan because my other one from SAMS Club is about done. It’s like a 24 inch anyway 😂huge!
During prime days on Amazon I picked this up for $20 something. Made hamburger helper for my grand Daughter today and was impressed!

I can’t remember why I didn’t go with all clad.

T-fal Dishwasher Safe Cookware Fry Pan with Lid Hard Anodized Titanium Nonstick, 12-Inch,​


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Nice score!

Lee
 

Shermie

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I needed a new nonstick pan because my other one from SAMS Club is about done. It’s like a 24 inch anyway 😂huge!
During prime days on Amazon I picked this up for $20 something. Made hamburger helper for my grand Daughter today and was impressed!

I can’t remember why I didn’t go with all clad.

T-fal Dishwasher Safe Cookware Fry Pan with Lid Hard Anodized Titanium Nonstick, 12-Inch,​


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I have a TFal that looks something like this!! :whistling:
 

Shermie

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I needed a new nonstick pan because my other one from SAMS Club is about done. It’s like a 24 inch anyway 😂huge!
During prime days on Amazon I picked this up for $20 something. Made hamburger helper for my grand Daughter today and was impressed!

I can’t remember why I didn’t go with all clad.

T-fal Dishwasher Safe Cookware Fry Pan with Lid Hard Anodized Titanium Nonstick, 12-Inch,​


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I have a T-Fal that looks something like this!! :whistling:
 

Shermie

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I got THIS one. You put it in a pot of cold water along with the eggs, wait for the water to boil & when the timer starts to darken, you begin timing it according to how dark it is, either soft, medium or hard. :whistling:
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