This year the unthinkable happened to us right before thanksgiving. Our old electric stove gave up and we had no way of getting a new stove on time for the big meal. There I was with over 15 lb turkey waiting in the refrigerator scratching my head wondering what to do.
After the juices from the meat are hot and bubbly, turn the heat on low, and add one or two peeled and diced onions for each roast, a heaping teaspoon of garlic powder or a freshly minced clove of garlic, and salt and fresh ground pepper to taste. Once this main dish meat for a crowd is fork-tender, place it in a large pan, and use two forks to shred it.
And the same holds true for cleaning appliances. I don’t want vacuum cleaners, irons or cute little trays for carrying around bathroom cleaning supplies. I don’t care how many decorations you put on those things, it still doesn’t make that job any more pleasant. The only way I could possibly open that gift and look excited about such things is if they were attached to a sturdy housekeeper.
If you’re sending more than one gift per box, tape a note inside letting the recipient know how many items there are so small gifts won’t get tossed with the peanuts.
The Sunpentown SO-2008 measures 11 inches wide, 8 inches high, and 18.5 inches long. The roaster weighs 23 pounds and is backed by a one year limited warranty.
The Sunpentown SO-2008 best roaster oven is equipped with a timer that will automatically turn the unit off. You can set the timer for up to 30 minutes. There is also an integrated ceramic filter which helps limit odors and smoke while cooking.
Clean up is easy! It has removable stoneware that is dishwasher safe or can be washed in the sink. Be careful not to burn your hands when removing the inner stoneware. It can get very hot. Turn it off, unplug it and let it cool before cleaning. Be sure to keep the power cord away from water. After cleaning, it’s easily stored in a cabinet or on a shelf. It can be left out on a counter top until it’s used again.
Maybe there will someday be a government program for suckers like me who obviously watched too many infomercials. I’ll gladly use the money they give me to find some green way to use it. But better yet, maybe I better go on the back side of yard, that old Le Mans may still be here somewhere.