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I love my Wok…

13 October, 2007 (12:04) | Daily Life, Food

The Gas range in this apartment has renewed my interest in cooking… I forgot how much better it is to cook on Gas vs.

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Electricity. Everything heats up so quickly & cooks very evenly.

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The ventilation hood is better than most I’ve seen in the states, it actually sucks up the cooking smells…

Cooking time for most of the stuff I make (stir-frys, soups, etc) takes usually 5-7 minutes, it takes 2 minutes for water to boil on a gas range ?.

I’m not sure what I’m going to do when I get back to the states with an electrical range…I might have to get a propane gas range and cook outside ;-)

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Comments

Comment from Sheryl
Time: October 16, 2007, 4:17 am

Ni hao,
Good job on the wok cooking. Your dinner looks VERY tasty !! I love cooking on gas too. We have an electric stove top and David hates it. Of course that whole glass surface (no burners) is nice to look at in the showroom but cooks terrible and stays dirty all the time.

Sheryl

Comment from Bob
Time: October 16, 2007, 9:32 pm

Wo hen hao, Ni di?

Thanks for the complements :-D. I do miss having an oven though, especially when I feel like having some break n’ bake brownies or cookies ;-)

Comment from Sheryl
Time: October 24, 2007, 1:38 am

I give up. I searched babelfish and every other free translation service I could find and cannot get a translation of “Wo hen hao, Ni di?” What’s it mean?

Comment from Bob
Time: October 31, 2007, 12:50 am

Oh hehe,

It means “I am very well, how are you?”

Please note, I may not be using proper grammar/pinyin ;-)

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