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    Re: George Foreman Grill vs The Crock Pot

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith P. View Post
    I'm thinking about getting a ricer. I always fuck up rice unless its boil in a bag.
    that model in the link i posted? i literally measure out the rice, measure out the water, set the timer, and fuck off until i hear the music playing that tells me that it's done. so long as your water level is appropriate, it is awesome.

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    Re: George Foreman Grill vs The Crock Pot

    Quote Originally Posted by ashland10 View Post
    I think what takes away the taste with the foreman grill is when people use both grills, and they squish out the juices, what i do is let it cook one side of the meat, then i just flip the meat, ive done steaks sooooo many times on the thing, and they always taste good. And trust me, im not a good cook, i have ADHD so cooking has never come easy to me. The only thing i hate about the foreman grill is the cleaning up, its a pain in the ass.
    That's why I have the kind where the plates come off!

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    you just blew my mind matt brown. I had no idea they had a model like that. i think ill be, dumping the one i have an investing in one of those, because im just that lazy!

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    Re: George Foreman Grill vs The Crock Pot

    The Crock Pot is far more versatile. Crock Pot wins.
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    Re: George Foreman Grill vs The Crock Pot

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Brown View Post
    That's why I have the kind where the plates come off!
    That's the kind I have as well.
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    Ok, the pork ribs I put in the pot earlier today are done. I was unsure how ribs would turn out. I make my own bbq sauce and...

    They are incredible. Meat is falling off the bone tender. I wish it were possible to post tastes over the internet.

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    Re: George Foreman Grill vs The Crock Pot

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith P. View Post
    Ok, the pork ribs I put in the pot earlier today are done. I was unsure how ribs would turn out. I make my own bbq sauce and...

    They are incredible. Meat is falling off the bone tender. I wish it were possible to post tastes over the internet.
    Me as wel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason hissong

    Me as wel!
    My roommate, who is not a food person at all, and survives on a diet that is a combination of fast food and frozen dinners actually took a bit and his eyes rolled up in his head and he made a little whimpering sound of ectasy.

    I have been working on perfecting my sauce for a few months, and I think I have it down.

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    Re: George Foreman Grill vs The Crock Pot

    Quote Originally Posted by ashland10 View Post
    you just blew my mind matt brown. I had no idea they had a model like that. i think ill be, dumping the one i have an investing in one of those, because im just that lazy!
    I didn't either, but my grandma bought a new one, and offered her old one to me. When she told me that you can take those off to wash with the dishes, I snatched it up before any of my relatives could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIP
    Dumb Guy Dip:

    One brick of Velveeta.
    Two cans of Hormel Turkey Chili (with/without beans).

    Render down into an orange-ish slurry.

    Utilize chips of your choosing as DGD delivery system

    Feel deliciously stupid.
    Actually we are having a pitch in at work next week and this sounds like an excellent idea.

    And I HAVE to get one of the grills with removable plates. My roommate is constantly bitching about me not cleaning ours.

    Which is the whole purpose of having a live in domestic, so I dont have to be bothered with that menial shit.

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