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Butter and cheese, but the butter was too hard

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try searching ebay for the popcorn maker for AS-IS items and sort by lowest price first and I think you will find one for around $1.

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SOURCE: Cuisinart Food Processor Custom 14 turned off

Cuisinart Food Processors – Motor Test

First, do a motor test by removing the work bowl completely and using a pen to press in the grey button on top of the base (with the food processor turned on of course), toward the back. If the processor spins, the motor is still good. At that point, I would inspect the work bowl pieces, lid, pusher assembly, etc for cracks/damage. If all appears well, insert ALL the pieces back into place and try again. If even one piece is out of place, the processor will not spin.

If it no longer spins, the motor has a problem.

Good luck!

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SOURCE: dont know how much popcorn or butter to put

Here's the link to the manual.
http://www.focuselectrics.com/supportdata/L5557B_StirCrazyPopper_ALL.pdf

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turn down the temprature and use good storage bags.

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SOURCE: NEED AN INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR ''OLD FASHIONED MOVIE TIME POPCORN

The usual way to use a pop corn popper is to:
1st - add oil
2nd - add popcorn
3rd - add any seasoning (if using the pre-packaged "theater" popcorn mix).

DO NOT add butter into the popper, as it will burn quickly and make for some foul tasting pop corn.

You can always add butter and salt to taste AFTER the pop corn is done popping.

Hope you find this Very Helpful. Best regards!

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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Paragon 2018 warmer will not pump cheese


That is a Butter pump, it is not designed to pump cheese. They are very different liquids.

http://www.manufacturedfun.com/documents/support/17af41375978991806.pdf

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Making the perfect grilled cheese sandwich on an electric griddle


Most people when they make grilled cheese sandwiches try to stamp out as many as they possibly can as quickly as they possibly can. When you make grilled cheese this way you end up sacrificing a great tasting sandwich for just an okay sandwich. With just a little bit of patients and self control you can make a great grilled cheese sandwich that will keep your kids coming back for more.

It all starts with having the right equipment and ingredients to make the perfect sandwich. You can use a saute pan on a medium low heat but I prefer and recommend that you use an electric griddle set to about 275 degrees. To make the sandwich you need bread (we use sliced white bread), butter (at room temperature so you can spread it) and either cheddar cheese or sliced American cheese.

Before you start to make your sandwiches you have to set up the griddle and set the heat. The key is to have it ready so the sandwich starts to cook right when it hits the griddle.

To build your sandwich take two slices of white bread and the butter, lather up one side of each of the slices of bread with a generous amount of butter. You want to let the butter sit a bit so that it comes down to room temperature, this will make it easier to spread on the bread.

Lay the slice of bread with the butter side down and cover the whole slice with a single layer of cheese. Close it up and you're ready to start grilling.

Carefully place your sandwich on the grilling surface and let it sit for 5 minutes on each side. Don't put it down and walk away because you need to make sure that it doesn't burn. After five minutes flip the sandwich over and let the second side cook for another five minutes. You will know that it is done when both sides of the sandwich is golden brown. It may take longer than 5 minutes on each side so don't panic if after 10 minutes its not done.

When its finished you can put them on a plate and serve them up hot. In my house we like to open them up and put a tomato slice with salt in it. You can have it plain or with tomato soup, cut in half or whole, how ever you enjoy it.
Bon appetit!

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How to Make the Perfect Omelette


Omelettes are a really simple and easy
egg dish, loved by adults and kids alike. They make a great breakfast or a
light lunch or supper with salad. And yet it’s not as easy as it seems to make
the perfect omelette!

Follow these tips below and you can
ensure that you make a great omelette every time.


Ingredients:
2 large eggs
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
Small knob of butter
Optional: grated cheddar cheese

Method:
Break your eggs into a small mixing bowl
and add a pinch of salt and pepper

Beat well with a fork
Heat your frying pan (use a small one)
and add a knob of butter.

Once the butter has melted, pour in the
eggs making sure the mixture has spread evenly around the pan.

If you’re using cheese, add it to the
center once the egg has begun cooking but is still a bit raw.

Use a spatula to lift the edges from the
frying pan and fold in half or flip over, depending on how you like your
omelette.


































Eat it hot and fresh – delicious!!

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Does anyone have a healthy pasta recipe? Nearly all the recipes I have seen online are full of butter, cheese or cream.


Watch this short video that shows 3 healthy recipes for pasta sauces and they are all based on lower calorie, lower fat versions of traditional recipes.

http://www.aarp.org/food/recipes/info-05-2012/pasta-sauce-recipes-pam-anderson.html

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How many calories are there in one box of Kraft Mac and Cheese?


If you follow the exact measurements of milk, butter and all of the cheese powder it adds up to 1140 calories a box.

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Put popcorn in bottom up to where the ring in bottom levels off for a maker full or less if you don't want a maker full. Cover with popcorn oil, I use the butter flavor oil. Put some butter inside of lid compartment and put lid back on butter compartment. Now just put lid onto popper and plug in. The light on side will come on and popper will start to heat. You will then hear it start to pop. Popping is finished when light on side goes out. Carefully lift the whole popper and shake right side up and then turn upside down and shake. Remove bottom, add some popcorn salt if you like and enjoy it right out of the lid. Delisious!!

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What is the best temperature to keep the refrigerator ( Hotpoint)


http://www.hotpointservice.co.uk/hs/pages/content.do?keys=FAQ:SIY_RFFRIDGETEMP
What should a Hotpoint fridge temperature be?

Your Hotpoint fridge is designed to operate at a temperature ranging from 0.5 degrees in the coldest part up to 5 degrees inthe warmest part.

As warm air rises and cold air falls it is safe to say that the best way to store your food is to place it in the most appropriate shelf compartment, as shown in the diagram below.


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  • Zone A - Cool Dairy Products, Cheese, Butter, Margarine, Low Fat Spreads, Cooking Fats/Lards, Preserves, Jams, Curs, Marmalade, Salad Dressing or Sauces
  • Zone B - Colder General Food Storage
  • Zone C - Coldest Meat, fish & poultry, Pre-cooked/chilled food
  • Zone D - Salad Bin, Vegetables, Fruit and Salad Items

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Cuisinart overheated while trying to make almond butter


If someone can make mayonaise and know how they can make plaster the way to start the proces , then they know nothing about to make beem breezes or almond butter the engine of this kind of tools are not made for the heavy work a a little but good suggestion is like a Hobart dough mixer thats not a food processor like that DLC-5 because is made for shakes and normal fruits and vegetables or some kind of meat no problem But not for heavy emulsification operations if start to make butter from cream then you must beware of the slowly power increase comming force you can hear the difference in sound , the same problem if you have a Kitchen cutter do not cut out full fat young cheese on it at most only for a short time , because the armature and field magnet of the motor become much too hot when cream changed into butter then stop the machine quickly and when there are heavy nuts almonds are coming too its much too much force for it the commercial group Home appliances a little suggestion is cut only the nuts in the dlc-5 and doing make butter and more heavyer jobs with this kind of tools Hobart A200 20 QT 20qt Mixer Bowl 200 20 Mixing Pizza Bakery Dough

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