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That shirt distracted me throughout the entire ep, but that may have
been the intended purpose, because I am having trouble remembering
things she screwed up. What did it say on front? I have difficult time
interpreting that font (which, if memory serves, is used on gangsta
tattoos and car detailing).

I never heard of setting a crockpot on "high" to cook meat dishes (kudos
for her remembering "Me washie handsie!") and the cooking time she gave
(five hours) sounded wrong.

SLop NOW claims that it's better to make your own dough than use
whack-a-dough. BWAH! That's pretty funny coming from the self-proclaimed
"Bisquick Queen"!

I stifled a chuckle when SLop said she substitutes the water for mixes
with things with flavour; Like beer! Yum, cheap beer-flavoured biscuits!
Did you notice they showed the label of that cheap-ass beer before
suddenly yanking the camera away?

SLop gushed about how buying a bag of frozen "Italian style" veggies was
cheaper than making it herself.

SLop side-stepped the pricey frozen tortellini by saying it was cheaper
than the fresh AND saved her the time and effort of making it (even with
wonton wrappers, Sandie?).

SLop apparently thinks the mashers on shepherds' pie is ornamental, or
at least optional.


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On Aug 25, 4:02*am, Ubiquitous wrote:
That shirt distracted me throughout the entire ep, but that may have
been the intended purpose, because I am having trouble remembering
things she screwed up. What did it say on front? I have difficult time
interpreting that font (which, if memory serves, is used on gangsta
tattoos and car detailing).

I never heard of setting a crockpot on "high" to cook meat dishes (kudos
for her remembering "Me washie handsie!") and the cooking time she gave
(five hours) sounded wrong.

SLop NOW claims that it's better to make your own dough than use
whack-a-dough. BWAH! That's pretty funny coming from the self-proclaimed
"Bisquick Queen"!

I stifled a chuckle when SLop said she substitutes the water for mixes
with things with flavour; Like beer! Yum, cheap beer-flavoured biscuits!
Did you notice they showed the label of that cheap-ass beer before
suddenly yanking the camera away?

SLop gushed about how buying a bag of frozen "Italian style" veggies was
cheaper than making it herself.

SLop side-stepped the pricey frozen tortellini by saying it was cheaper
than the fresh AND saved her the time and effort of making it (even with
wonton wrappers, Sandie?).

SLop apparently thinks the mashers on shepherds' pie is ornamental, or
at least optional.


These reviews used to be much better. Methinks *you* are the "SLop".
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projectile vomit chick wrote:

On Aug 25, 4:02*am, Ubiquitous wrote:
That shirt distracted me throughout the entire ep, but that may have
been the intended purpose, because I am having trouble remembering
things she screwed up. What did it say on front? I have difficult time
interpreting that font (which, if memory serves, is used on gangsta
tattoos and car detailing).

I never heard of setting a crockpot on "high" to cook meat dishes (kudos
for her remembering "Me washie handsie!") and the cooking time she gave
(five hours) sounded wrong.

SLop NOW claims that it's better to make your own dough than use
whack-a-dough. BWAH! That's pretty funny coming from the self-proclaimed
"Bisquick Queen"!

I stifled a chuckle when SLop said she substitutes the water for mixes
with things with flavour; Like beer! Yum, cheap beer-flavoured biscuits!
Did you notice they showed the label of that cheap-ass beer before
suddenly yanking the camera away?

SLop gushed about how buying a bag of frozen "Italian style" veggies was
cheaper than making it herself.

SLop side-stepped the pricey frozen tortellini by saying it was cheaper
than the fresh AND saved her the time and effort of making it (even with
wonton wrappers, Sandie?).

SLop apparently thinks the mashers on shepherds' pie is ornamental, or
at least optional.


These reviews used to be much better. Methinks *you* are the "SLop".


The problem is, they've made the show worse by trying to make it better.
It's even less enjoyable as an subject of ridicule.

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Ubiquitous wrote:

I never heard of setting a crockpot on "high" to cook meat dishes (kudos
for her remembering "Me washie handsie!") and the cooking time she gave
(five hours) sounded wrong.


High and Low reach the same final temp, only the time it takes to
reach it changes.

5 hours would work if the meat started cold.


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In article ,
Clara Bell wrote:

Ubiquitous wrote:

I never heard of setting a crockpot on "high" to cook meat dishes (kudos
for her remembering "Me washie handsie!") and the cooking time she gave
(five hours) sounded wrong.


High and Low reach the same final temp, only the time it takes to
reach it changes.


Uh, no. LOW never reaches as high a temperature as HIGH does, at least
on ours. I've checked with a meat thermometer probe from the BBQ.

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Will: "Invisible? I can't be! I can touch myself!"
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Anim8rFSK wrote:

In article ,
Clara Bell wrote:

Ubiquitous wrote:

I never heard of setting a crockpot on "high" to cook meat dishes (kudos
for her remembering "Me washie handsie!") and the cooking time she gave
(five hours) sounded wrong.


High and Low reach the same final temp, only the time it takes to
reach it changes.


Uh, no. LOW never reaches as high a temperature as HIGH does, at least
on ours. I've checked with a meat thermometer probe from the BBQ.


You're right. It's been ages since I read about cooking temps and I
really thought I'd read that somewhere. It didn't seem to make much
sense to me at the time.
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In article ,
Clara Bell wrote:

Anim8rFSK wrote:

In article ,
Clara Bell wrote:

Ubiquitous wrote:

I never heard of setting a crockpot on "high" to cook meat dishes (kudos
for her remembering "Me washie handsie!") and the cooking time she gave
(five hours) sounded wrong.

High and Low reach the same final temp, only the time it takes to
reach it changes.


Uh, no. LOW never reaches as high a temperature as HIGH does, at least
on ours. I've checked with a meat thermometer probe from the BBQ.


You're right. It's been ages since I read about cooking temps and I
really thought I'd read that somewhere. It didn't seem to make much
sense to me at the time.




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Will: "Invisible? I can't be! I can touch myself!"
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