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Old 08-17-2012, 02:35 PM   #1
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Torch for Creme Broule of course. Here is a feature on using a cordless drill in the kitchen.


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I use a mini sledge all the time to crush up ice and frozen foods. I have even used a reciprocating saw with a fresh blade to cut frozen things before (Like big chunks of frozen chicken when I'm too lazy to wait for it to thaw)

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Well, I can say I’ve never used my power tools for food prep in the kitchen but I’m defiantly guilty of the unauthorized use of kitchen tools in the shop.
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Well, I can say Iíve never used my power tools for food prep in the kitchen but Iím defiantly guilty of the unauthorized use of kitchen tools in the shop.
just the other day my wife asked why her good eyebrow plucking tweezers were not in the bathroom and in the kitchen. i told her she didn't want to know. ( used to pick parts of speed sensor end from a hub - speed sensor was bad and it snapped when i attempted to pull it out, hence drilling it a bit and picking the pieces out with tweezers.)
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I use my acetylene torch to heat lunch now and then at work...just a tip they line the cans of ravioli now and if you get the can too hot it tastes like poo
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Hate to ask, but how do you know what poo tastes like? ; )
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Haha that's awesome. I have always thought of using my cordless drill with cement mixer for mixing food it never even ocured to me to just put an egg beater in the chuck. Haha. I totally have to do this.
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Torch for Creme Broule of course. Here is a feature on using a cordless drill in the kitchen.

Are you suggesting what I think you are? I have to buy more tools for my wife too?
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Kitchen is now very important part of every home.In my view,kitchen should be clean and there should be useful things in the kitchen for the work.My wife tell me about this to see.And i see really good in this regard.

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