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6 edition of What Can I Do with My Microwave found in the catalog.

What Can I Do with My Microwave

by Ruth Spear

  • 128 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Dell .
Written in English


ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7522177M
ISBN 100440500850
ISBN 109780440500858
OCLC/WorldCa18722347

What do I do with? Find businesses that accept materials for recycling, donations and disposal. What do you want to get rid of? Search × Message. Browse complete materials list. Appliances. Batteries. Construction / Demolition Debris. From ten-minute breakfast sandwiches to delicious main dishes in mere minutes, these microwave recipes make cooking easier than ever.

We recommend washing the blade by hand with warm soapy water immediately after use. You can use a brush to reach hard to reach areas. The cups and accessories are top shelf dishwasher safe. The motor base should be unplugged and wiped clean with a warm soapy cloth. We do not recommend washing the blade or motor base in the dishwasher. Possibly this is their way of ensuring that any residual dust, etc., is cleared from the microwave before it is first used. This is also a useful way to clean your microwave if you get any burnt on food during use. But you wouldn't have to do it for 10 minutes then. Just long enough to loosen the burnt on food - possibly minutes.

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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Author: Ruth Spear. Microwave Cookbook Enjoy Days With Amazing Microwave Recipes In Your Own Microwave Cookbook.

(Convection Microwave Oven Cookbook, Microwave Pressure Cooker Cookbook) [Book. The Rocketbook Wave provides the freedom of a traditional pen and What Can I Do with My Microwave book notebook, while instantly blasting your notes into the cloud using your smartphone.

When you use Pilot FriXion pens with the Wave notebook, you can erase your notes using your microwave oven and reuse your notebook/5(K). Microwave Tubes by A.S.

Gilmour was published inso it isn't really new, but it is one of the best written microwave books we have come across. It includes some great microwave history, including tidbits about the Varian brothers, Kompfner, Pierce, Boot and Randall. I used the book, "Microwave Engineering", written by David M.

Pozar as the textbook. In my opinion, the book almost contains most part of this area, and also, it's written very clearly. So I recommend this one. Have fun reading. Pierino: you show me a local book retailer in Palm Desert that is not a giant retailer responsible for killing off all the tiny independent book stores I'll eat my own garbage.

People who sell used books on Amazon are the new independent sellers. It fit on my stove perfectly and then tightened the screws. It's a nice sturdy shelf. The only issue I had was with the microwave's tiny feet which causes it to slide on any surface. Two small angle brackets and C clamps on the back of the shelf solved that keeping the microwave in place and from sliding back when the door is opened and closed.

There are so many great things the microwave can do. It bakes a potato in minutes. It makes single serving cakes in coffee mugs for when you can't wait to make a real deal cake. It almost seems like it can do guys, the microwave just can't handle : Julie R.

Thomson. In a microwave convection oven combo, an extra heating element and fan circulate hot air around the cavity, letting you bake and roast food with home-cooked results.

Convection microwave cooking means you can use your microwave to: Roast an entire chicken, then bake angel food cake for dessert.

Electrical Outlets Question: My microwave is mounted inside my kitchen wall, But the plug is about 2 1/2 feet away from the microwave. I want to know if I can tie into that plug and add another plug. I recently bought a new microwave and the cord is not as long as the other one was.

Recipes like creamy mac and cheese and decadent chocolate pudding cake are simple and delicious with the help of your microwave. Chocolate-Pretzel-Peanut Butter Squares. Freezer treatment, Heat Treatment, or Microwave treatment for books: Some of our clients and readers have tried do-it-yourself mold cleanup methods like putting their moldy books in a freezer for a week or two to see if they can dryout and "kill" the mold.

Experts may use a "freeze-dry" system combined with cleaning. I think the microwave will just make a hot, wet book.

Any technique that just dries the book will result in very wavy pages. Set your iron on high heat and iron the first page until it's almost dry, turn the page and iron the next page. It's going to be a lot of work, but it probably your only hope of saving the book.

Nutritionist. My passion for health and nutrition and a natural love for cooking drove me to come up with the website in the year I perpetually keep on searching for new ideas and information related to cooking, health and nutrition.

Wherever I go and whatever I do, my File Size: KB. Careful here 10 seconds max and you may melt the glue. An alternative is put the book, if possible, in the freezer. That kills the mold 24 hours in there. Then take rubbing alcohol on a cotton swab and wipe the mold off the book.

Then put outside on a sunny day to help take the mold smell out. Don't leave the book out over night. Enter Not Your Mother's Microwave Cookbook. Cookbook author extraordinaire Beth Hensperger has unlocked the secrets of the microwave, and in this comprehensive volume, she spills all.

Here, you'll find all the tools you need to put speedy, sophisticated, delicious, from-scratch meals on the table morning, noon, and night/5(73). If you want to use your microwave to defrost chicken, steak, pork or fish, follow these steps: Remove your meat from the freezer. Defrost times depend on the approximate weight of your food, so check the label or weigh your item.

Place your meat in a microwave safe container. Anything that is marked microwave safe is fine. I am surprised nobody mentioned it yet, maybe it is because I am a bit older than the other respondents, but here is a bit of history.

The microwave was INVENTED to sterilize lab glassware. Only later did some brainiac see that it could be marketed for cooking. There is no reason to allow old books to accumulate when others might be able to find a good use for them.

When you are deciding what to do with old books, asses their condition first. If the book is a hardcover and the dust jacket is still in good shape, it might be salable.

If it is a ratty old paperback with torn cover and pages, it sounds Missing: Microwave. Books are an optimal place for mold growth as they can get damp easily, and then sit boxed for months at a time.

Unfortunately though, because book pages are so thin and easily ruined, and because they can't be put in the washing machine, it can be very difficult to get mold out of books. Book Covers and Spines If mold has grown on the spine of a book it may be much easier to salvage versus.

Microwave ovens use a form of EMF radiation, radio waves, to heat food. Here is how it works: Go take a look at your microwave, you’ll notice that the keypad is on one side, and the empty box that you heat the food in is on the other.

Behind that keypad is a magnetron that generates microwaves.Microwave Recipes Why heat up the kitchen when you can use the microwave? It can do a whole lot more than just popcorn! Most Made Today Second Keto Bread in a Mug. Marshmallow Fondant. Minute Chocolate Mug Cake.

Quick and Easy Grilled Potatoes. One-Minute Hollandaise Sauce.Place this inside a microwave, and microwave the book for 10 seconds in medium setting. This will remove all the moisture in the books where mildew can grow.

Make sure all the materials in the binding are safe to microwave before you try this.