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Recipe Lab Turkey-Pork Meatloaf: Final Version

Any suggestions for what to do if you don't have a meatloaf pan handy? I just have the regular bread loaf pan... normally without the holes, mine comes out great, but very watery....

Jun 17, 2009
palsh in Recipes

Any tips for cleaning a burned up pot?

I tried it out, it turned out quite well, thanx for the baking soda tip, I would rather elbow grease over a product if I can... although I didn't think this would be the case this time around, ahaha!

Dec 16, 2008
palsh in Cookware

Any tips for cleaning a burned up pot?

Ok, I'm going to try that now, haha! I'll see how it turns out!

Dec 15, 2008
palsh in Cookware

Any tips for cleaning a burned up pot?

I'm trying to resort to elbow grease and simple ideas rather than products... I don't have access to any of the ones everyone is mentioning... Also, how do I boil with baking soda, what ratio?

Dec 15, 2008
palsh in Cookware

Any tips for cleaning a burned up pot?

There was nothing in the pot but water and it boiled away. It's blackened on the inside, not the outside... however, I do have another pot from the same set from years before that the same happened to. That one isn't so lucky, it's blackened on the inside and out...

Dec 14, 2008
palsh in Cookware

Any tips for cleaning a burned up pot?

I'm in a small town, can't find that product here whatsoever...

Dec 14, 2008
palsh in Cookware

What kind of kitchen knives do you use?

I grew up with nothing but the family steak knives bought at Walmart, so when I got my own miracle Blade set for a birthday gift when I was in high school, I've used them since. I probably don't know any better, but I haven't had any complaints, I only use a few of them, and now the price is probably around $20. If you aren't a pro, and don't have a lot of experience cooking, it might be something to look into. I learned on them. I'm planning on getting higher quality knives soon though, as I want to upgrade. They haven't dulled too much since I've had them though, but I might not be able to tell as well as someone with more experience.

Dec 14, 2008
palsh in Cookware

Any tips for cleaning a burned up pot?

My bad, thanks for the reminder. It's just a stainless steel pot, no coatings or anything.

Dec 14, 2008
palsh in Cookware

Any tips for cleaning a burned up pot?

Ever leave your pot on and forget it, so it burns up and turns black... and perhaps other shades as well? I put it on to boil and forgot about it, now I have what seems to be a ruined pot. Is it salvageable? If so, I was wondering how. I don't know if industrial steel wool would do the job, but if so, what grade should I use?

Dec 14, 2008
palsh in Cookware

'fess up, "i'm a hog when it comes to eating ____ ."

- Pepperoni pizza from a decent restaurant
- Cheeseburgers
- Broccoli Cheddar Rice
- Sloppy Joes
- Turkey and dressing sandwiches
- Any wild game meat (caribou, bison, moose, etc.)

Dec 12, 2008
palsh in General Topics