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Appliances for the bored and dull

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by imported_Tesseract, Jan 18, 2004.

  1. Appliances for the bored and dull

    Discussion started by imported_Tesseract - Jan 18, 2004

    Item1. Rice Cooker

    http://www.prodcat.panasonic.com/assets/product_images/13784.jpg'>


    This is by far the best buy i made recently, you just drop some awesome thai rice in it, add water..plug that fucker and 15' later...food is ready....fuck AI, rice cooker is the chef!
     
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    test pattern - Replied Jan 18, 2004

    that shit is sick

    hook it up
     
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  3. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Jan 18, 2004

    Rice cookers are fucking key. No self-respecting independent human being should be without one.

    Despite the trendyness, those George Foreman grilling machines are pretty damn handy as well.
     
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    VAITOMANOCU - Replied Jan 18, 2004

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    don't forget about the toaster, for toasted bagels and cream cheese...or blueberry waffles, etc etc...
     
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    rinse - Replied Jan 18, 2004

    crucial low-tech cookwear/appliances that work well in tandum:

    wok & a bamboo steamer.
     
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    i bought one of those set it and forget it things for my dad...they are really over rated....
     
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    The Eggstractor, only the best invention to ever grace Earth.

    Watch the amazing video [url=http://www.smartinventions.com/m/egg8.wmv]here.[/url]


    Don't have time to deal with the hastle of peeling a hard boiled egg? In seconds get perfectly shelled eggs.
     
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    Nothing makes me happier than my Weber....
     
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    i present

    The Miracle Blade III
     
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    Good lookin on that rice cooker... my friend
    was Thai and they used theirs several times
    daily to make all sorts of awesome food...
    just add rice, spices, beef, and brocoli. Mmm.

    My lazy ass needs one of these, only like $200:

    http://store4.yimg.com/I/eatgourmet_1775_3139812'>

    [b]Haier Compact Countertop Dishwasher HDT18PA[/b]

    Features:

    * Portable
    * Cleans 4 Place Settings
    * Quick Sink Adapter
    * 18 wide counter-top dishwasher
    * Touch pad control
    * 3 automatic wash cycles: Heavy wash, Normal wash and Rinse & Hold
    * Vented dry option
    * Accommodates 4 Place Setting
    * Sink Adaper Kit Included
    * Unit dimensions (W*D*H inches): 17 1/3*19 1/2*21 1/2
    * Unit weight: 42 lbs
     
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    enueone - Replied Jan 18, 2004

    rinse the rice 3 times (it's good luck)

    put enough water to cover the rice by the height of your first knuckle on your index finger

    you'll never have burnt rice stuck at the bottom

    ps. if you ever run across some shitty brick weed...a rice cooker comes in handy to turn it into fluffy bud

    but i don't smoke anymore so that's kinda pointless...
     
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    kaesthebluntedwonder - Replied Jan 18, 2004

    The only thing more key than a rice maker, is an unclogged sink...
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    Crimsøn - Replied Jan 18, 2004

    Hmmm...this is interesting.
    But I usually just cook instant rice.

    And Glik0 whats up with that egg thing, I've never eaten more than 2 or 3 hardboiled eggs in a row, and it's never taken longer than like 2 seconds to get the shell off.
     
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