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Thread: Question: How to time dishes to be finished at the same time

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    I call 10 oz rib eyes "snack size."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    I call 10 oz rib eyes "snack size." -AJ

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    ^^^ You're ordering off the Kids' Menu again...
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    For me recently I have been eating a low carb diet. I have lost over thirty pounds. This is something we do mostly on Sundays. Other then that I don't eat bacon or eggs during the week.

    I was reallying hoping to use my example to kick off some discussion on cooking techniques as it pertains to timing. I think ill try using the oven to keep things warm and see how that goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    I call 10 oz rib eyes "snack size."

    -AJ
    ROFLMAO....That's barely enough for a burrito snack at bedtime...like now...think I'll have one...thanks for the suggestion AJ.

    PZ

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    Lots of love for frying the Bacon first here but I'm telling you, do it all at once in the oven.


    That's what the pros do.

    -AJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    Lots of love for frying the Bacon first here but I'm telling you, do it all at once in the oven.


    That's what the pros do.

    -AJ
    Did that for the first time recently and a whole sheet of bacon cooked up perfectly. I still like the cast iron pan for small batches, but for a big batch the oven works great.

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