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    Re: Automatic stirring

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    Re: Automatic stirring

    Bad taste aside, that stirring pot sounds like a good idea for elderly people who pop things on the stove and then completely forget about it!

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    Re: Automatic stirring

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    Bad taste aside, that stirring pot sounds like a good idea for elderly people who pop things on the stove and then completely forget about it!
    Thats a slow cooker.
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    Re: Automatic stirring

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    I was 22, I'd just bought my own place on a 95% mortgage and I kept a one-week curry on the hob which I heated up every evening after work, and every Sunday I'd clean out the pot and make another. It had none of those ingredients though. They went in the snack.

    The snack was two slices of toast. On that went sludge. Making sludge - I still do it on occasion - involves flash-frying a tin of beans in a pre-heated pre-buttered frying pan, shaking Worcestershire sauce over it until it goes brown, stirring in a half spoon of paprika and a sprinkle of mixed herbs and one large egg until it goes stringy, and serving with an unhealthily large spoonful of salad cream drizzled on. In terms of texture, taste and sheer wow factor I've found nothing that comes close, and I can have it on the table it within five minutes of lighting the gas.
    We had SPAM. slice off a slab, drop in in a hot pan, sear and flip, and onto a slice of bread. A little Mustard, and voila'! Breakfast. Or lunch, or dinner.
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    When I saw the name of the thread I thought it was about the episode of Red Dwarf, where Lister was put on everlasting hold while trying to order an electric teaspoon.

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    Re: Automatic stirring

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    We had SPAM. slice off a slab, drop in in a hot pan, sear and flip, and onto a slice of bread. A little Mustard, and voila'! Breakfast. Or lunch, or dinner.
    College kids these days live off Ramen Noodles. I'd starve to death.
    A slice of onion and a couple layers of spinach and you have a gourmet sandwich.

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    I should post this evening's recipe.

    I pushed half a fresh broccoli (200g), two ounces of Iceland's extra mature cheddar (50g) and an oxo cube through the shredder part of the stirring pot, added a half pint of boiling water from the kettle and left it simmering for an hour. I then put it in a very large mug and whipped it adequately with this Kenwood Tri Blade Hand Blender HDP300WH and warmed it back up for a minute in the microwave.

    The resulting 280 calorie broccoli and cheese soup, sprinkled with salt, has the consistency of wallpaper paste and an extremely rich flavour. I've added it to my recipe list but I might tear some coriander in next time.
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