I hadn't had a whole chicken in ages, until we made the one...that wouldn't fit the little oven, lol...at either Christmas or Thanksgiving.
Are the rib eyes good?
My dad's preference were the thin pork chops, and they were always good.
What will you do with the cod? It's pretty versatile.
The produce sounds perfect.
I hope that you love your new knives!
My current peelers are Y shaped, and work quite well. They are actually made by Tupperware. My old, metal, straight one, is MIA. But, even if it shows up, it's finally wearing out.
I know that they've changed over the years; some have good reviews now, some less so, but, my personal experience with Hamilton Beach appliances has been excellent.
I had one old food processor, which we used several times a week to grind meat, that we bought used in the 80's, and it worked until 2015ish. Amazing.
Also, my oldest countertop oven, which worked no matter what you did to it, was a HB, etc.
I hope that you have as good of luck with yours, as I had with mine.
Do you know what makes a decent birdseed funnel? A water bottle, like individual bottle types, not the gallon type, though that works for some applications. Cut off the bottom, take off the cap, and voila!
I got 3 types of paper plates last month. We use regular plates normally, but with no real kitchen set up, Dh has been using them for his sandwiches. I got unwaxed, plain paper for that purpose, some compostable ones made of sugar cane, just to try, and some stiffer ones that won't leak through, in case he wants to eat something like pasta on one. So far, he's just used the plain, white, unwaxed ones for sandwiches, and Ds borrowed a couple for the same purpose.
About the jars...everyone is having trouble getting them. If you see them, grab them before people's summer gardens kick in. People have more time on their hands for both gardening and canning, and it may be that the jars aren't being produced at their usual rate due to corona. In any case, don't leave them if you see them at a normal price, just sayin'!
That does sound good! The thing about pasta water, is it thins a sauce, while at the same time tightening it up. It's unusual, but it works!
Love the chicken and veges, but then, I love recipes with lots of vegetables. I know that not everyone loves vegetables, but I do!
Mmmmm, steak, potatoes, cheese and broccoli...what can be wrong with that? Nothing!
I have a very small piece of meat, and 3 heads of garlic that need using, so I'm thinking of using some of the garlic, and making garlic-meat strips and tortillas w/ something else to put with the meat, not sure what, maybe cook some quarter ringlet onions and such.
Another, Oh! Guess what? We just saw 12-15 turkey vultures flying about. They caught the thermal updraft before Dh could get a photo...well, he got some that blurred...then they were too high up. Then, they came back, and were gone again. I have no idea what they're up to.
Okay, enough of bricks and birds! :-)
Have a wonderful food week!
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