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    microwave cooker

    kim (Chef #398688)
    Fri Jan 26, 2007 1:00 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    I saw an info on a microwave gadget,almost like a george foreman for the microwave. It was around 50.00. I was wondering if anyone here has tried it,heard about,etc. I was reallly hoping it worked as wonderful as the info but you know how that goes icon_rolleyes.gif ......Kim{Keep a positive attitude, it may not help you solve your problems but will irrate enough people to make it worth it}[/img]
    PanNan
    Sat Jan 27, 2007 10:29 am
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    I haven't seen this gadget. It sounds like a good idea if it works well. While browsing, I couldn't find anything called a microwave cooker that looked like a George Foreman type thing. Is that what it's called?
    kim (Chef #398688)
    Sat Jan 27, 2007 2:16 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    I saw it at 5AM one morning after having to get up to get hubby off to work. I will see if I can find it on the internet and get back to you. It's the same man who used to do microwave info's several years ago. It looked great they could grill steaks etc. You preheated it for 2 mins and then just put the food in and microwaved it. Let me go digging online and see if I can find it. Kim
    faith58
    Sun Jan 28, 2007 7:21 pm
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    nan and kim, I haven't seen it either.. would be interested in seeing what it is..
    welcome to gadget's kim icon_smile.gif
    kim (Chef #398688)
    Sun Jan 28, 2007 7:43 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Thanks for the welcome. I have visited other forums to just read but you guys are all so nice I felt comfortable asking a question. I am still looking for the cooker. I did see it reallly early but don't think I was dreaming. icon_wink.gif
    faith58
    Sun Jan 28, 2007 8:02 pm
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    [quote="kim (kim (Chef #398688))"]Thanks for the welcome. I have visited other forums to just read but you guys are all so nice I felt comfortable asking a question. I am still looking for the cooker. I did see it reallly early but don't think I was dreaming. icon_wink.gif[/quote]

    I will see what I can find. You can ask us anything you would like kim icon_smile.gif
    Bonnie G #2
    Thu Aug 29, 2013 10:00 am
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    Sure sounds interesting but I've not seen it either, but then I watch very little TV
    Chef #1801026405
    Mon Dec 23, 2013 8:11 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Microwave cooker! That’s something really new and rarely heard that it has been advertised on the television since the early 2013. But, we would like to enlighten you that it really reduces your cooking time to half .You can cook some really mouth-watering dishes in it evenly and quickly. The cherry on the cake is that you need not worry about your omelets sticking to the pan as it has a non-sticky surface. So, we would give thumbs up for your plan to purchase the microwave cooker. Good luck, we hope you have a delightful experience!
    kseiverd
    Sun Mar 09, 2014 10:10 am
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    YEARS ago, had a piece of Corningware that was meant for browing in microwave. Maybe 2" deep square container, with a kiinda shiny/pearly looking surface on inside bottom. It preheated for a few minutes... a little scare WAY back then cooking NOTHING in a container?!? When you put in something like a steak/chop/burger, it sizzled away. Work just SO SO & eventually was discarded.
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