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    Quicky Ribs and other stuff

    Put the trusty Otto to work.

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    Ribs, potato and carrots. Marinate the ribs for 3 or 4 hrs. Olive oil and garlic powder on carrots. Bit of butter and sour cream on potato and all good to go in about 40 mins.

    Could have thrown corn in there but decided to boil it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Put the trusty Otto to work.
    Looks fantastic!!

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    Those otto's are great for lots of stuff.

    Great for slow cooking. roast potatoes come up great in them.

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    Looks good Norton, what did the rest of the family have?

    Love me some sweet corn. I've got a half dozen ears of the first of season local corn ready to boil for dinner this evening. The wife will probably eat one ear and I'll have five.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    I've got a half dozen ears of the first of season local corn ready to boil for dinner this evening.
    Yum. Corn in your neck of the woods is fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Yum. Corn in your neck of the woods is fantastic.
    I won't argue with that...


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    Yum ribs and corn! Looks great, Norton. What is an Otto?

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    ^Oh okay, I guess it is like what we call a Crock pot
    https://www.londondrugs.com/crock-po.../L7749344.html

    Good for soups, etc. I never heard of ribs being cooked in the slow cooker, but great idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    ^Oh okay, I guess it is like what we call a Crock pot
    https://www.londondrugs.com/crock-po.../L7749344.html

    Good for soups, etc. I never heard of ribs being cooked in the slow cooker, but great idea.
    He told you a convection oven. If you read his OP it says 40 minutes for ribs, carrots and baked potatoes. How in the hell could that be a crock pot?

    Just slow down and smell the roses sometimes. Jeez...

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    Nice ribs, Norts. Had similar last Friday.





    No offence MM, but I'm absolutely gobsmacked that anybody could look st the photos, read what was written, click on the product link, and deduct that it is anything close to being a crock-pot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    No offence MM, but I'm absolutely gobsmacked that anybody could look st the photos, read what was written, click on the product link, and deduct that it is anything close to being a crock-pot.
    You underestimate the banality of the moose.

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    ^^Ya, what can I say.
    I don't cook with either so..

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