1. when orange juice turns sour
2. cleaning the George Foreman
3. when people leave their porchlight on during the day
4. the sound of a fork scraping on a dish
5. the expression "anywhoo"
I'm with you on the George Forman. I stopped using it long ago for exactly that reason. My #1 is people in the left lane on the highway doing less than
the posted speed limit.
Posted by: Larry at April 10, 2004 08:16 PM (6TcYT)
My #1 is people in online forums who say "hon" or "hun." Such as "hang in there hun." Especially when it's not a 60 year old person, but a 19 year old someone who hasn't a darn clue about the subject in which they are telling you to hang on through. Just pounds on my very last nerve.
Posted by: Shannon at April 10, 2004 10:14 PM (6EP7S)
Pour or run really hot water on the grill (hang it over the edge of the sink), and most of the crud wipes right off.
Posted by: LCB at April 11, 2004 01:05 AM (WN/nF)
Grrr...that "anyhoo" really ticks me off, too...I don't understand what it is supposed to mean, or how it is humourous, chummy, or otherwise clever.
Posted by: david at April 11, 2004 03:14 AM (s7Ho8)
Something I always wondered... how do you know when sour cream goes bad? :-D
Posted by: CavalierX at April 11, 2004 10:51 AM (sA6XT)
As for cleaning the Foreman grill - I have only one comment - warm grill (do just after it has cools a bit, or plug in 1 minute), wooden popsicle stick to clean out the cracks, and a paper towel. Works like a champ.
Posted by: Ron at April 11, 2004 02:15 PM (CwrQg)
George Foreman grill.
As soon as you finish cooking, take a few paper towels, wet them, then lay them on the grill. Close the lid and enjoy your dinner. As soon as you are finished eating, take out the paper towels, and wipe down the grill.
Makes life a lot easier.
Posted by: NightHawk at April 11, 2004 06:58 PM (VYFGK)
Clean the foreman while it is warm to hot, use wet paper towels. The gunk wipes right off.
Posted by: Blueshift at April 11, 2004 09:44 PM (crTpS)
My technique is similar; I have a spray bottle of water which I use to augment the above techniques.
Posted by: triticale at April 16, 2004 02:26 PM (YmQkS)
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