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    Chef #1248317
    Fri Apr 24, 2009 11:56 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I have always excepted and asked for hand me down cloths for my son he gets them stained and everything so quick that if i bought new it would be a big waste of money plus with the money we save we can buy diapers and take him places like to the zoo and stuff although i understand where you are coming from with that new feeling its nice but just remember its always new to you.
    Chef #1248317
    Fri Apr 24, 2009 12:05 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    for everyone who wants to buy meats and other things cheap there is a website angelministries.com you can buy meats that are avalible ont his months menu and pick it up at one of the local churches plus most of the money goes to the church.
    Rit
    Fri Apr 24, 2009 6:39 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    School cooker wrote:
    Hi,
    I just discovered this blog and I really have learned alot.
    My biggest savings is my FoodSaver and my counter top convection oven.
    My foodsaver is a blessing,I never have to throw away cheese,lettuce or any frozen foods because of freezer burn.So I can buy in bulk without worry.
    My counter top convection oven heats up quick ,uses less electricity,bakes as well as my regular oven and does not heat up my kitchen.


    I have a convection oven and do not understand how to compute changing bake times and oven degrees. So I just dont use it. I tried and no one could really answer. The book that came with it is really generic and doesnt give enough info.
    Any suggestions welcome!
    foodtvfan
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 8:27 am
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    Rit wrote:
    School cooker wrote:
    Hi,
    I just discovered this blog and I really have learned alot.
    My biggest savings is my FoodSaver and my counter top convection oven.
    My foodsaver is a blessing,I never have to throw away cheese,lettuce or any frozen foods because of freezer burn.So I can buy in bulk without worry.
    My counter top convection oven heats up quick ,uses less electricity,bakes as well as my regular oven and does not heat up my kitchen.


    I have a convection oven and do not understand how to compute changing bake times and oven degrees. So I just dont use it. I tried and no one could really answer. The book that came with it is really generic and doesnt give enough info. Any suggestions welcome!


    Perhaps the store where you purchased your convection oven might be able to help? Or, is there a contact phone number on the receipt or in the booklet that came with the oven, or perhaps their website?
    I recently purchased a clothes dryer and the dial didn't match the directions in the booklet that came with it. I emailed them and they sent me detailed instructions for using the dial on the internet.
    Or how about checking out the library and look for convection oven instruction booklets or cook books.
    Hope that helps a little. icon_sad.gif Burnice
    Chef1MOM~Connie
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 8:48 am
    Food.com Groupie
    Here are a few sites that may help with the convection oven. I am purchasing one myself for the countertop and needed to understand the baking portion. I bake alot of bread.
    Hope these help

    http://www.convection-calculator.com/ conversion time chart figures it out for you

    http://realestate.mainetoday.com/newsfeatures/060219convection.html informaation and blogs from users new to convection. very informative

    http://www.broilking.com/convection_cooking.html another informative site.
    School cooker
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 9:24 am
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Hi,
    The web site that was given is a real good guide but I had worked with a large convection oven at the local school.The information booklet that came with mine just said things cook faster.For me nothing ever bakes or cooks as the direction suggest so I always do a Test batch to throw away and I continually check what I am baking.
    I do know that the counter top convection oven does not seal as tight as the large convection oven so the temp is close to normal for me.
    I hope that helps. icon_smile.gif
    Rit
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:53 am
    Food.com Groupie
    Thanks everyone for the info and for the sites.
    The oven came with the house when we bought it. It was a spec home. I have called the company and they aren't any more informative than the booklet that came with it.
    I am not big into baking sweets, I am more casseroles, meats, veggie dishes that type cooking.
    I know it is suppose to be faster and an even heat and most people just LOVE theirs.
    If I were cooking a casserole that says 350 for 45 min to 1 hr how do you convert that for a convection oven? What temp and how long?
    Rib roast ie 20 min per pound at 325* how do you convert that? Thats what I am confused as to how do you know what temp for how long. Not just on meat but all dishes. I guess it does have a meat quide but nothing for like a casserole and such.
    What about if you made lasagne, or scalloped potaotos, what temp how long?
    I would think there would be a booklet that would tell you but so far I haven't found anything.
    I do bacon in the oven and I have done it both conv and regular and it took about the same amount of time.
    Also if it is on conv and I set it say for 350* it switches automatically to 325* So then I don't know what I am suppose to do.
    Kind of frustrating for me. icon_confused.gif
    Rit
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 11:02 am
    Food.com Groupie
    Chef1MOM wrote:
    Here are a few sites that may help with the convection oven. I am purchasing one myself for the countertop and needed to understand the baking portion. I bake alot of bread.
    Hope these help

    http://www.convection-calculator.com/ conversion time chart figures it out for you

    http://realestate.mainetoday.com/newsfeatures/060219convection.html informaation and blogs from users new to convection. very informative

    http://www.broilking.com/convection_cooking.html another informative site.


    Thanks for the sites. On the 1st one it has a calculator and I thought that was neat, but when I typed in 1 hr at 350 it calulated 1 hr and 15 min so that couldnt be right, unless I am doing it wrong. Not sure?
    Cinisajoy
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 11:24 am
    Food.com Groupie
    Hi did you put 0 in the minutes. I put in 1 hour 0 minutes. I just did that and it came up with 1 hour at 300 degrees. The time didn't change but the temperature did.

    Hey I saw what you did wrong. If you do not type 0 in the minutes it reverts back to 1 hour 30 minutes.

    Curiousity got the best of me.
    Rit
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 12:44 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Cinisajoy wrote:
    Hi did you put 0 in the minutes. I put in 1 hour 0 minutes. I just did that and it came up with 1 hour at 300 degrees. The time didn't change but the temperature did.

    Hey I saw what you did wrong. If you do not type 0 in the minutes it reverts back to 1 hour 30 minutes.

    Curiousity got the best of me.


    icon_redface.gif icon_redface.gif icon_redface.gif Well see how I am! Thanks! I wish I had something like that I could have near my oven, they could put it in book form.
    Do you know, is there a way I can some how send that to my email and put it in my favorites? I am not computer savoy either. Thanks!
    Cinisajoy
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 12:51 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Go to the page and then just click on favorites then click on add to favorites.

    For email just highlight the address, right click click copy, go over to your email, start an email click paste in the body of the email and send it to yourself.
    Rit
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 1:01 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Cinisajoy wrote:
    Go to the page and then just click on favorites then click on add to favorites.

    For email just highlight the address, right click click copy, go over to your email, start an email click paste in the body of the email and send it to yourself.


    I was able to add it to fav's but I tried to send it to my email and it didnt work. I have never figured out copy and paste. At least its in my fav's . Thanks!
    Cinisajoy
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 1:07 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Your welcome.
    Quick lesson on copy and paste.
    Highlight whatever you want to copy. Just click in the address bar. It should turn blue. Right click (the other button on your mouse) click copy. The go over to wherever you want to put it right click and click on paste.
    I just had good computer teachers and did too many research papers in college.
    Rit
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 2:38 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Cinisajoy wrote:
    Your welcome.
    Quick lesson on copy and paste.
    Highlight whatever you want to copy. Just click in the address bar. It should turn blue. Right click (the other button on your mouse) click copy. The go over to wherever you want to put it right click and click on paste.
    I just had good computer teachers and did too many research papers in college.

    I wish you could teach me...
    The problem is you say take it to where you want to put it. I dont know where to go to put it. Just dont understand what that means. I took a couple begining classes but the "darn" instructor went over it so fast that when I tried to get him to show me again the class was over. Long story.....Wasted my $. icon_cry.gif icon_mad.gif
    Cinisajoy
    Sat Apr 25, 2009 2:41 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Rit,
    You wanted to send it in an email to yourself right.
    Ok go to your e-mail program and click compose or whatever you click to send an email. you put the link in the main body of the email.
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