They both look delicious
That does look delicious. I was worried about you doing a never made before stuffing because timing can be so iffy in those things. But I can see you handled it with your usual aplomb. So now for the million dollar Q. How did it go over at work. Did they like it?
“I reserved the browned too pieces, and put them on time, and added a bit more brown with a torch.” was supposed to say “I reserved the browned top pieces, and put them on top, and added a bit more brown with a torch.”
You are too kind! It was quite the success. I had to go to a meeting, and when I got back, the crock was cleaned . The person who washed it said folks couldn’t get enough.
Husband complained I didn’t keep some home, but I didn’t recall him “appreciating” it!
I have to say it’s probably not justified, but I want a “Searzall”, instead of this splotchy butane thing.
With Thanksgiving coming up, have you ever seen the “Turk diggler?” I think you are the one to make this shine
I have not, but I have a feeling I’m going to be thinking about it!
I had to look up the definition of aplomb!
I would definitely use the Ansom Mills product if it needs to be used sooner than the Bob’s Red Mill. Both are excellent products @shrinkrap.
Well it all looks fab @shrinkrap! I’m lovin’ on you pepper jelly too. Need to make a couple batches when I get home from vacation.
Was going to mention that quite a few years ago they changed the specs on the slow cookers and Crock Pots due to the risk of food borne illness.
I hope you took that as a compliment. I only know you from your posts on this board but you always seem to be able to pull off anything in the kitchen🙂
Thank you, and I did!
Does anyone know where I can find out more about that? The one I use most is pretty old.
ETA Found this on The Spruce Eats.
Another article says "“Fill the slow cooker 2/3 to 3/4 of the way full with tap water – tepid, not too hot or cold,” said O’Dea. “Set it to the low setting, and then check with a food thermometer after eight hours. The thermometer should read at least 185 degrees.”