Carthage, Mo 64836
Amen to what Lowell said. A great time was had by all!! The food was delicious!!
I have 38 yr old Saladmaster pans, love them, will they work on a new induction stove?
38 year old cookware, that is awesome. Several years ago Saladmaster did redesign the cookware and its constuction. They are now made with Titanium and have a special layer that makes them 100% compatible with the new induction cooktops. As far as your 38 year old set, you could try it but I doubt if they will work. The way I understand that induction works is that it conducts the heat by a magnetic connection, so you turn the burner on, but until you put your cookware on the burner and it connects magnetically, you have no heat. They say that you can turn one of these burners on hign put your hand on it and it is just room temperature, not my hand. I would suggest you take one of your pieces of cookware to the store and try it out. You can contact us and we can get you information about trading in your older set and upgrade to the new construction also. Hope that helps.
I so enjoyed talking food with you when my girlfriend and I had lunch there a couple weeks ago. As promised here is my mother’s Cornmeal roll recipe
1/2 cup cornmeal ( yellow)
2 tsp. salt
2 cups milk ( 2 % works find, but I don’t use skim)
Cook until stiff, stirring often to prevent sticking and clumps
Add while hot
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup butter flavored Crisco
Then add 2 well beaten eggs
2 pkg. yeast dissolved in 1 cup warm water
stir in 5-6 cups all purpose flour to make a medium dough. Knead
Divide into 5 parts, roll each into a circle and cut in 8 pie-shaped wedges… or fewer if want larger rolls.
Roll into crescent shape
Put on lightly greased baking sheet, raise 45 minutes or until doubled. Bake 15 minutes at 375* . Brush with melted butter and enjoy!
These freeze well, and reheat in microwave in about 20 sec. but, best served fresh and slightly warm. Also makes a wonderful sandwich roll.
Hope you enjoy this as much as I enjoyed meeting you and your assistant. Blessings to you both
Helen Dayle Badman
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