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Old 07-29-2012, 11:59 AM   #46
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I've joined the Actifry dark side. Insert evil laugh. It's super cool, only made DH and kids boneless dry ribs last night while I enjoyed a salad. I'm away tonight, so tomorrow is Longhorns recipe for buffalo chicken!!! I can't wait to try stuff!!
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Old 07-29-2012, 02:40 PM   #47
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I've joined the Actifry dark side. Insert evil laugh. It's super cool, only made DH and kids boneless dry ribs last night while I enjoyed a salad. I'm away tonight, so tomorrow is Longhorns recipe for buffalo chicken!!! I can't wait to try stuff!!
Holy Crapola Mom!! Your new pic looks FAN-FREAKIN-TASTIC!! Wow, great work!
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I've joined the Actifry dark side. Insert evil laugh. It's super cool, only made DH and kids boneless dry ribs last night while I enjoyed a salad. I'm away tonight, so tomorrow is Longhorns recipe for buffalo chicken!!! I can't wait to try stuff!!
Can you post what you did for the boneless dry ribs for those of us who feed non-IP people?

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Old 08-04-2012, 01:55 PM   #49
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For all of our Actifry owners. Be VERY careful of your paddle. Ours fell out of the dish drainer onto a carpeted floor (unpadded though) and still broke. The only part source is in the UK and of course the exchange rate makes it a bit pricy.

Had to buy one since i really like my Actifry and was using it a lot.

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do you think this would roast cauliflower? I'm researching it to see if there is something we could use.... Is this the same as the nuwave? I haven't used anything like it so I need some input!
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Old 09-18-2012, 11:40 AM   #51
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after reading all your posts I thought this might be a good way to get all my family on a healthy track. So I went looking. Found one for $146 including shipping
here is the link if anybody eles wants one too:

http://homegardenoutdoors.com/produc...ker-White.html

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Old 09-18-2012, 12:16 PM   #52
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Anyone tried jicama in the actifry? Might give that a whirl (har har har) tonight.
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i have a big easy its for outdooors i use it to do turkeys, and brisket. and so on. i love it.
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i have a big easy its for outdooors i use it to do turkeys, and brisket. and so on. i love it.
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First, you have a great photo! Second, more importantly, what type of gadget is as big easy?
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Anyone tried jicama in the actifry? Might give that a whirl (har har har) tonight.
I can't find jicama here!!! Where do you buy yours?

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Sorry Molly! Didn't see this post! Open bag of purchased frozen ready to bake dry ribs, dump into Actifry and cook. Smart Alec I know.
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Sorry Molly! Didn't see this post! Open bag of purchased frozen ready to bake dry ribs, dump into Actifry and cook. Smart Alec I know.
Thanks. I have just recently seen some recipes on cooking ribs in the Actifry. I didn't grow up with calling them dry ribs. Learned that in Memphis, the barbeque capital of the world. Been gone from Memphis now 17 years, so I thought there was some super fantastic thing for ribs.

As for jicama, all the stores seem to have them here, but this is the south. How many thousands and thousands of miles am I from you. For you to track down jicama in Saskatchewan is like me tracking down rhubarb in rural Georgia. Good luck with it. Rainbow's fried jicama chips are wonderful.

Have a great evening, mompattie

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Pattie, I can find jicama all over the place near my house. Metro and Sobeys both have it.
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Mom pattie, I found jicama at Superstore in PA.

I still have half left. I didn't like it.

The actifry sounds pretty cool though. Maybe that would help. I tried making fries out of it in the oven. I found them too sweet.
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Thanks. I have just recently seen some recipes on cooking ribs in the Actifry. I didn't grow up with calling them dry ribs. Learned that in Memphis, the barbeque capital of the world. Been gone from Memphis now 17 years, so I thought there was some super fantastic thing for ribs.

As for jicama, all the stores seem to have them here, but this is the south. How many thousands and thousands of miles am I from you. For you to track down jicama in Saskatchewan is like me tracking down rhubarb in rural Georgia. Good luck with it. Rainbow's fried jicama chips are wonderful.

Have a great evening, mompattie

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Oh Molly, you are sooo cute!! We could trade some rhubarb for jicama!! LOL! You're right though, rhubarb literally grows like weeds here!! You made me smile, you are sunshine!

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Mom pattie, I found jicama at Superstore in PA.

I still have half left. I didn't like it.

The actifry sounds pretty cool though. Maybe that would help. I tried making fries out of it in the oven. I found them too sweet.
Awesome!!! I'm going to PA Thurs so i will stop superstore and find some jicama. Now only if we could find okra... Thanks for the help!!!
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Thanks. I have just recently seen some recipes on cooking ribs in the Actifry. I didn't grow up with calling them dry ribs. Learned that in Memphis, the barbeque capital of the world. Been gone from Memphis now 17 years, so I thought there was some super fantastic thing for ribs.

As for jicama, all the stores seem to have them here, but this is the south. How many thousands and thousands of miles am I from you. For you to track down jicama in Saskatchewan is like me tracking down rhubarb in rural Georgia. Good luck with it. Rainbow's fried jicama chips are wonderful.

Have a great evening, mompattie

Molly
I can't find it anywhere either.
but before I read Molly's comment I was thinking well at least we can always get rhubarb!
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