Defrost Freezer Quickly

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  • (of frozen food) Thaw before being cooked
  • (Defrosted (album)) Defrosted is the second album by American rock band Frijid Pink. Released in the summer of 1970, the album is more blues-based hard rock than its predecessor, yet still contains the characteristic fuzz guitar sound featured prominently on the group's first album, Frijid Pink.
  • Remove frost or ice from (the windshield of a motor vehicle)
  • Defrosting is a procedure, performed periodically on refrigerators and freezers to maintain their operating efficiency. Over time, as the door is opened and closed, letting in new air, water vapour from the air condenses on the cooling elements within the cabinet.
  • Thaw (frozen food) before cooking it
  • make or become free of frost or ice; "Defrost the car window"
  • A refrigerator is a cooling apparatus. The common household appliance (often called a "fridge" for short) comprises a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump—chemical or mechanical means—to transfer heat from it to the external environment (i.e.
  • A device for making frozen desserts such as ice cream or sherbet
  • A refrigerated compartment, cabinet, or room for preserving food at very low temperatures
  • deep-freeze: electric refrigerator (trade name Deepfreeze) in which food is frozen and stored for long periods of time
  • Pokemon has 493 (as of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl) distinctive fictional species classified as the titular Pokemon.
  • At a fast speed; rapidly
  • with rapid movements; "he works quickly"
  • promptly: with little or no delay; "the rescue squad arrived promptly"; "come here, quick!"
  • With little or no delay; promptly
  • cursorily: without taking pains; "he looked cursorily through the magazine"
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brown sugar apple pie
brown sugar apple pie
in our csa box there were five granny smith apples and some galas one of which rolled behind the freezer with an eggplant that i have to rescue today before i forget. i had defrosted apricots to make a tart, but these found apples got first string for the day (apricot sauce was made later that will be made into apricot bbq sauce today) this is my basic recipe, goto upside down apple tart. i think i have posted this recipe at least four times! but here it is again. this time i used old yogurt instead of milk. 5 cooking apples peeled, cored and sliced into 8ths sprinkle with cinnamon if you wish (save the peels and cores to make apple cider scrap vinegar!) Crust (keep ingredients as cold as possible) - 170 g (1 1/3 C) flour - 85 g (1/3 C) sugar - 85 g (3/4 stick) salted butter, at room temperature ("demi-sel") if you have leaf lard, do half lard and half butter for an extra flaky crust -teaspoon of baking powder and a pinch of salt - a dash of milk with vinegar Caramel: - 85 g (1/3 C) brown sugar (or honey in this one) - 35 g (1/3 stick) salted butter at room temperature, diced (Serves 6 to 8.) In a medium mixing-bowl, combine 1/3 Cup of sugar and "almost a stick" of butter with a pastry cutter. Add in the flour, and keep mixing with the pastry cutter. When the dough forms even crumbs, add in that dash of milk with vinegar, and knead the dough with your hands to form a ball. If the dough does not come together after about a minute, add in a tad more milk and knead again. The idea is to add the milk little by little to stop at just the right dough consistency (if you've added too much and the dough gets impossibly sticky, compensate with flour). Wrap in plastic wrap and put in the fridge to rest for 30 minutes. Butter the sides of a 25-cm (10-inch) cake pan. I like to use a cast iron skillet. Don't use your normal spring form pan or you will have a sticky caramel mess all over the oven. (Just speaking from experience). Put 1/3 cup of brown sugar in a small nonstick saucepan, and put over medium-low heat until the sugar melts. As soon as it's melted (work quickly to avoid overcooking the caramel) remove from heat, add in 1/4 stick of butter and stir. Put this paste in the bottom of the cake pan. It's okay if the bottom is not entirely covered. Just try to space it out. Arrange the apple pieces in a circle over the caramel in the pan. Preheat the oven to 180°C (360°F). Take the ball of dough out from the fridge, lightly flour a clean work surface, and use a rolling pin to roll the dough out in a circle slightly larger than the pan. Transfer the circle of dough over the apples, and tuck in the outer rims. Prick the dough in a few places with a fork. Put into the oven to bake for 45 minutes to an hour, until the dough turns golden and your home is filled with wonderful caramel-y apple fumes. Take the pan out of the oven, run a knife around the sides of the pan and flip it onto a serving dish. If one or two apple pieces have stuck to the bottom of the pan, just put them back where they belong on the tart.
Yay it finally snowed! Seems like I was waiting forever for the snow, the rest of the UK was snowed under and still we had none. Today it happened and I was able to try out taking snowflake photos for the first time. I tried different things- first sheet of glass from the freezer (it's been in there weeks just waiting for the snow) that worked ok but quickly defrosted and I had to keep popping it back in the freezer. Then my hubby had a genius suggestion of using an ice pole, it would stay frozen longer plus I had a choice of colours. The down side is it's not very big for catching flakes. Soooo my neighbour was out brushing the drive, looking at me like I am a crazy person as I hold an ice pole at arms length and check it every now and then. Guilt kicks in and I decide to do the neighbourly thing and sweep some snow from the front pavement. I sweep the snow from the car too, then I see it! Perfect! Cold, large, good colour! My wee yaris saved the day! So there you have it, the story of my snowflake(and my morning).

defrost freezer quickly
defrost freezer quickly
German Quickly
German Quickly: A Grammar for Reading German is a thorough, straightforward textbook with a sense of fun. It teaches the fundamentals for reading German literary and scholarly texts of all levels of difficulty. It can be used as an introductory text for scholars with no background in German, or it can serve as a reference text for students wishing to review German. The grammar explanations are detailed and clear, addressing common problems students encounter while learning to read German. This book includes thought-provoking and entertaining reading selections consisting mainly of aphorisms and proverbs. There are also twelve appendices, including a summary of German grammar, descriptions of German dictionaries, a partial answer key, strategies for learning German, and a humanities vocabulary section of about 3,800 words.