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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by ryan22re, Dec 28, 2005.
what do you use most in your house? microwave or oven?
I'm about 50/50 depending on what I'm making, but you spelled wimmin wrong.
Oven 90% of the time.
Oven for things that need to be cooked, microwave for things that need to be heated.
i mean i just waited 23 minutes for a pretty crappy pizza.
would have been just 3 1/2 in the microwave.
But you get no "crispiness" in the microwave.
crappy pizza is crappy pizza no matter how you heat it.
What kind of pizza was it, and what did you have the oven on? The kinds of oven/microvave pizza I usually get take 5-10 minutes at 400*F in the oven and is great.
Yeah, I hear ya, but crappy or not, I still like my cheese a little toasted. Bt you're right, for a quick bite the microwave will do. A pot pie, however, must be done in the oven. I would never try to cook any type of roast or something in the microwave.
I usually use the microwve but rarely on the high setting. I find that the use of the mid setting for a longer period of time warms the food more thoroughly and the heat lasts longer.
i love to cook. IF I HAD AN oven then it would be 35/65 microwave more. but since i dont have an oven then its just the mircowave. been thinking bout a toaster over....
micowave 40% grill 30% oven 30%
I use the micorwave for quick things, the grill for almost everything else. Standing around the oven drinking beer just ain't the same.
yeah i have baned the wife from actualy cooking in the micro wave, i hate that, i use a toser over quite often as it uses less power and works just as if not better that a full size, got my ronnco rotisery for rostes and chickens ect, and the bbq for anything elce!
George Forman grill and Ronco rotissere and the outside grill.
It is kinda cool to put that burrito on the intake manifold and drive to work. A couple of years ago at thanksgiving time at work, we were heating stuff up on cars on the lot. A CR-V has a nice flat valvecover to set those aluminum pans on.
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