Several Items of Interest to the Amateur Chef 

Several Items of Interest to the Amateur Chef

1. If your pepper shaker is empty and you decide to pour pepper straight from the spice bottle, use much care or you will quickly have very peppery food.
2. If you've decided that it would be best to pour the pepper into your hands and then sprinkle it onto the food, use much care to avoid rubbing hands on your face. If you have rubbed hands onto face wait five minutes, it will feel like the temperature in the room just increased 40 degrees.
3. If you have no grill so you are cooking a burger in a frying pan, it is easy to get way too obtain a very greasey burger.
4. It is not a good idea to lift the burger with a spatula to try to cook off the grease. In recent trials fireballs of heights greater than one meter were observed.

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Comment another bloody monday and again if it wasnt reading these messages i dont know what I would do

Tue Apr 11, 2006 1:42 pm MST by bob

Comment Save grease in pan. Keep pan hot. When burglar breaks into house, throw grease at his face. Burglar leaves with your grease!

Wed Jun 22, 2005 5:47 am MST by The Old Homeowner

Comment Guys... I was really hungry and I drank the grease. I think I'm dying inside. Just kidding.

Sat Jun 18, 2005 9:14 pm MST by MattF

Comment You keep the lid, too, so you can close up the grease. I'd say replace it every few months or so. Don't pour the grease down the sink - throw it out with the jar.

Fri Jun 17, 2005 8:32 am MST by Baxter

Comment washing it out after you finished your burger would be a good idea, because if you let it sit there and use it several times without subsequent washings, the smell will be awful and will probably make you throw up. why didn't you just fill your pepper shaker? i'm taking up a collection to get you a george foreman grill.

Fri Jun 17, 2005 7:27 am MST by kayla

Comment It isn't required Just recommended by the commission.

Wed Jun 15, 2005 6:02 pm MST by Mark

Comment What do I do with the jar... do I need to drink the grease after it is cooled?

Wed Jun 15, 2005 5:50 pm MST by MattF

Comment The best way to get grease out of a pan is to pour it into an empty jar you keep under the sink. You should probably take the jar out from under the sink before pouring the grease in there.

Wed Jun 15, 2005 12:12 pm MST by Baxter

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