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bossgeorge

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  • Location: Saugerties, NY
George Foreman Grill tools Sat, 08/6/05 1:26 PM (permalink)
My dog ran off with my plastic grooved cleaning tool. Where do I get a new one?

George
 
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    Tommy2dogs

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    • Joined: 7/13/2004
    • Location: Chicago, IL
    RE: George Foreman Grill tools Sat, 08/6/05 6:19 PM (permalink)
    I'd try the local Animal Shelter
     
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      Michael Hoffman

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      • Location: Gahanna, OH
      RE: George Foreman Grill tools Sat, 08/6/05 6:27 PM (permalink)
      If there's nothing suitable at the animal shelter you might look in he newspaper under Pets for Sale. On the other hand, why not try a cat? As I recall, cats don't run off with anything.
       
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        bossgeorge

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        • Location: Saugerties, NY
        RE: George Foreman Grill tools Sun, 08/7/05 10:52 AM (permalink)
        I agree with the animal thing. I'd rather there be none, not my choice. We found the George Foreman tool in the gatherers hiding spot. Still, I can't find an outlet on line for the OE tools.

         
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          ScreenBear

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          • Joined: 9/18/2005
          • Location: Westfield, NJ
          RE: George Foreman Grill tools Sun, 12/18/05 9:33 PM (permalink)
          The Folly of Baking a Steak
          Not to change the subject, but, can one bake a steak with culinary success...meaning it tastes real good?

          For some reason or another about a week ago I got it into my head to bake a steak. I even got a recipe online. Well, it was quite mediocre...a waste of a nice looking piece of sirloin.

          After this disappointment, I sez to myself, "'Well, Screenbear old sport, see, there's a reason people fry steaks, broil them and grill them. There's also a reason why you never hardly ever hear of someone baking 'em.'
          Can anyone shed any light, add to it, subtract?
          The Bear
           
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            Michael Hoffman

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            RE: George Foreman Grill tools Mon, 12/19/05 7:44 AM (permalink)
            Baked steak is a very popular midwestern dish, but you wouldn't want to waste a good piece of meat on it. It's usually made with round steak or cube steaks.
             
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              ScreenBear

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              • Location: Westfield, NJ
              RE: George Foreman Grill tools Mon, 12/19/05 10:23 AM (permalink)
              Mr. Hoffman,
              Using the cube steak and preparing it properly, is it, in your opinion, good? Or just a passable way of preparing a less expensive piece of meat? Taking that a step further, I was wondering if you could bread the cube steak.
              The Bear
               
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                Rusty246

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                • Location: Newberry, FL
                RE: George Foreman Grill tools Mon, 12/19/05 11:08 AM (permalink)
                quote:
                Originally posted by ScreenBear

                Mr. Hoffman,
                Using the cube steak and preparing it properly, is it, in your opinion, good? Or just a passable way of preparing a less expensive piece of meat? Taking that a step further, I was wondering if you could bread the cube steak.
                The Bear

                I'm not Mr. Hoffman, but, the way I prepare cube steak is like this: take seasoned flour and pound into cube steak. Quickly brown in a small amount of oil. Remove steak and place immediately into glass baking dish(should not need to place steaks on paper towels), add one onion chopped, spreading over steaks evenly. A little more salt and pepper, add enough water to cover. Cover with aluminum foil, bake at 350 for 45 minutes to an hour. Steak is fork tender and it makes it's own gravy.
                 
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                  Theedge

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                  • Joined: 11/16/2003
                  RE: George Foreman Grill tools Mon, 12/19/05 11:30 AM (permalink)
                  Take a look at this thread from just a while back regarding baked steaks. These we're some of my favorite steaks ever.

                  http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=10369
                   
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                    Ashphalt

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                    • Joined: 9/14/2005
                    • Location: Sharon, MA
                    RE: George Foreman Grill tools Mon, 12/19/05 12:27 PM (permalink)
                    Baked Steaks? C'mon! That's a Morrie Amsterdam gag from the old Dick Van Dyke show. My Wife Pickles is a great cook, y'gotta try her baked steaks(ba-dum!)
                     
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