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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby Jennifer » Tue Sep 09, 2014 10:53 pm


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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby Busymom » Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:04 pm

Jennifer wrote:
Yes.

Do u remember where u bou it?


DH bought from amazon and have them shipped in. Crazy right?

I think one month after he bought, isetan has a sale and it was one of those items that you need to buy with a cutout coupon. Was cheaper. But I have to admit I rarely see these items brought in for their sale.

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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby Busymom » Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:17 pm

jjxy mum wrote:
icy_mama wrote:
Busymom wrote:Something like this?

The brand is Lodge. Looks a little rusty?

just need to sandpaper it to remove the rust and season the pan as you would for a new pan and it's as good as new.


This may help...

http://m.wikihow.com/Season-Cast-Iron-Cookware


Thank you, icy_mama and jjxy mum. Will find time to restore the pan and maybe use them more often.

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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby Busymom » Wed Sep 10, 2014 8:26 am

schweppes wrote:
Busymom wrote:
It's a cast iron skillet... Very heavy.

Schweppes, you are thinking of buying one of these? How do you intend to wash it after using?

Some tips for cleaning a cast iron skillet.
http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-clean-a ... chn-107747


Was tempted to get the skillet as I saw some recipes that require the use of the skillet and which can be transferred to the oven after stove use. One dish was the baked-eggs over spinach (which I submitted for the ksp birthday cook-out fun but I used the happy call instead as no skillet).

Was also thinking can make paella with the skillet. Tangs was having a 50% discount promo recently but managed to exercise self-control :sweat: :sweat: So saved some money.

Another LC cookware that caught my eye was the tagine. But will not get this as it's too pricey. The tagine is useful to make some lovely Moroccan or Middle Eastern dishes, and side dishes can include hummus (or mashed chickpeas), tzatziki (finely diced mint + cucumber with yoghurt) and baba ganoush (cooked eggplant with olive oil & tomatoes).

Thanks for providing the link. If I do get this, will wash as per the cleaning instructions. If there's food residue stuck to base, will likely boil water in the skillet. I find that this helps to remove the residue.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Schweppes.

You have very exotic taste when it comes to food. :smile:

By the way, do you have any good paella recipe to share?

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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby Funz » Wed Sep 10, 2014 10:34 am

Jen,

Try this for cooking sliced fish.

http://ieatishootipost.sg/sliced-garoupa-with-ginger-and-green-onions-recipe/

Steps A & B for handling the fish. The rest up to you what style you want to cook it.

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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby Jennifer » Wed Sep 10, 2014 12:50 pm

Funz wrote:Jen,

Try this for cooking sliced fish.

http://ieatishootipost.sg/sliced-garoupa-with-ginger-and-green-onions-recipe/

Steps A & B for handling the fish. The rest up to you what style you want to cook it.


Funz,

:thankyou:

did not know must make the fish rid of its water content by curing.

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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby Jennifer » Thu Sep 11, 2014 8:15 am

Tried the refrigerated milk & raw oat bran breakfast, added assorted nuts n dried fruits. Ate with fresh golden kiwi and chia seeds this morning. Taste wise ok.

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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby bb_ mom » Thu Sep 11, 2014 8:35 am

Jennifer wrote:Tried the refrigerated milk & raw oat bran breakfast, added assorted nuts n dried fruits. Ate with fresh golden kiwi and chia seeds this morning. Taste wise ok.

An acquired taste, I think. I haven't been doing this for couple of weeks. I bought a new brand of oat which is ground into smaller bits. Argh! Going back to normal oat.

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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby ChiefKiasu » Thu Sep 11, 2014 8:41 am

Have you gotten your STM-401 yet, Jennifer?

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Re: Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Postby Jennifer » Thu Sep 11, 2014 8:42 am

bb_ mom wrote:
Jennifer wrote:Tried the refrigerated milk & raw oat bran breakfast, added assorted nuts n dried fruits. Ate with fresh golden kiwi and chia seeds this morning. Taste wise ok.

... I haven't been doing this for couple of weeks. I bought a new brand of oat which is ground into smaller bits. Argh! Going back to normal oat.


The smaller bits - u dun like?

While u were having this, did u notice any improvement in your health?

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