• meat lockers

    From Dave Drum@1:3634/12 to Shawn Highfield on Sat Feb 5 04:59:00 2022
    Shawn Highfield wrote to Dave Drum <=-

    I had one of those as well - branded DeLonghi - it had a channel around the edge for excess grease - which was handy when frying sausage
    patties or bacon. It also worked for grille sandwiches, pancakes (two
    at a time) and many other things.

    Sounds like the one I had. I asked Andrea last night and she says we
    got rid of it a few moves back. Her best guess is at least 15 years
    ago when we started apartment living.

    And since Bella seems to be Best Buy's "house" brand I believe I'll go look over there. Bv)>

    Best Buy showed a similar unit at the same price. But without the copper ceramic non-stick surface. I'll go with Amazon if I get one.

    Good price, they do come in handy. But my kitchen is so small I'd have
    to build a cover for the sink for enough counter space to set one up.
    I need to get someone to build me a cover for the stove so it becomes counter space. - I once drove someone who built them for people but
    I lost the phone number and haven't seen them since.

    Do you know/have access to any places that build counter tops? Get a
    "sink cut out" of the appropriate size and some 1" X 2" furring strips
    of white pine, some wood screws/glue and make your own. The cut-out is
    going to have a Formica surface on pressed sawdust particle board so
    it will be easy clean ups and fairly portable.

    MMMMM----- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.06

    Title: Woolworth's Lunch Counter Chop Suey Chow Mein
    Categories: Pork, Rice, Vegetables, Mushrooms
    Yield: 4 Servings

    1 tb Lard
    1 1/2 lb Pork; in 1/2" cubes
    Salt & pepper
    1 lg Spanish onion; diced
    3 c Sliced celery
    3 tb Soy sauce; regular strength
    2 tb Molasses
    1 c Liquid drained from veggies
    8 oz Canned mushrooms
    16 oz Canned Oriental Vegetables
    Sticky steamed white rice
    Fried chow mein noodles
    Soy sauce

    PRESSURE COOKER -- Heat shortening in cooker. Dust meat
    lightly with seasoned flour. Brown meat in batches in
    hot, smoky oil. Add onion, celery, soy, molasses, and
    liquids from canned vegetables. Cover. Set rocker (pot
    only had one pressure setting). Heat until you get a
    steady rocking and cook 10 minutes. Cool of its own
    accord. Stir in vegetables and heat through.

    Serve: chow mein noodles on bottom; 2 scoops of rice; 1
    ladleful of chop suey; extra soy sauce. (And they always
    brought catsup.)

    From: http://www.recipesource.com

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