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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by kaisa624, Jun 22, 2010.


  1. kaisa624

    kaisa624 PetForums VIP

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    Very random thread... however...

    My parents have decided they want the kitchen demolished and a new one fitted, fair enough, it's the same kitchen we had when they bought the hours 14/15 years ago.

    The only issue is that we will have 3-4 weeks with no working oven/hob/microwave, and all we will have is the BBQ and the Foreman grill. We will have the fridge/freezer but they'll be in the garage probably.

    The majority of my food I will cook in the oven or grill it, but I'm not sure I can live with BBQ and grills for 3 weeks. So, does anyone have any idea how I could cook, say pancakes, or omlettes, with what equipment I have?

    My parents are going away for the last 2 weeks, but I have work. I may go round friend's houses or my aunties for a couple meals, but that's it...

    Help!!
     
  2. Waterlily

    Waterlily Amused

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    can you not put a frying pan on the barbie ?
     
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    classixuk PetForums VIP

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    That's what I was going to say! Great minds. :)
     
  4. Sorcha

    Sorcha PetForums Senior

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    We always make a vegetable dish when we barbecue. I don't really like to eat much meat, so we always have lots of veg. My favourite is sweetcorn on the cob, packed in a bit of foil and sprinkled with a bit of olive oil. Also baked potato and a roast veg dish with red onion, tomatoes, garlic, courgette, aubergine and some fresh herbs. Also drizzled with olive oil and sprinkle some salt and pepper over it.

    And indeed, just put a pan on the barbecue. Works fine :)
     
  5. Chillinator

    Chillinator Guest

    I suppose you could do that to Ken as well?




















    :smilewinkgrin:
     
  6. kaisa624

    kaisa624 PetForums VIP

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    Oh. Never knew you could do that... it's a gas barbie... May have to give it a go when my parents are around so I don't set fire to anything I shouldn't haha!!
     
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    francesandjon PetForums VIP

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    A gas BBQ......you can cook anything on that!!

    Just use it like a gas hob lol
     
  8. Waterlily

    Waterlily Amused

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    It will be fine mate, the frying pan does the same as it does on the stove. Just have the handle off the edge ;)
     
  9. poohdog

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    Why no microwave?...just plugs in surely?
     
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