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Tried out my new air fryer tonight with chicken wings. Check out that skin! [R]2 months, 1 week agoBuck_Thorn posted submission on FoodPorn.
March 14, 2019
March 14, 2019
This was the CuisineArt TOA-60: https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-TOA-60-Fryer-Toaster-Silver/dp/B01K0W8LTE
I also "cheated" by using aluminum-free baking powder in my dry rub. That always helps make crispy wings in the regular oven, but in combination with the air fryer, well... you saw for yourself.
What food trend did you try way after it became popular? Did you like it? Hate it? [R]3 months, 3 weeks agobeefwindowtreatment posted submission on AskWomen.
Jan. 28, 2019
P. Terry’s Customers 🍔 [R]4 months, 2 weeks agogood_guy_submitter posted submission on Austin.
Jan. 1, 2019
Jan. 3, 2019
Oh have I got something for you.
Got one of these at Kohls for $115 after their 30% off and other crazy coupons. Threw away my old air fryer and toaster oven - this does both.
Best bulk airfryer [R]7 months, 3 weeks agoBlargh234 posted submission on airfryer.
Oct. 1, 2018
I cook 10lbs of chicken every sunday and am looking into air fryers using an air fryer for this. What's a good one for cooking chicken breasts in bulk? If it could also cook a whole chicken that would be nice as well.
Looking primarily at capacity but I want the food to taste good as well.
Oct. 3, 2018
I just bought this
I like it. They had one twice the size at best buy for 400
Couple of tips that went a long way for me, financially. [R]11 months, 4 weeks agoDamnYouRandMcNally posted submission on personalfinance.
May 28, 2018
So I was in the shower, pondering life's mysteries and throwing out some comebacks to my school bullies 4 years too late, when I began to start thinking about the positive changes I've made financially. They saved my ass a couple of times, and so I wanted to share.
I. The saving accounts.
Get a saving account with interest. Period. I use Discover for a cashback debit and a savings account. Shop around for one that best suits you.
Some people still don't know you can have more than one dedicated savings account. If you don't know, now you know. You can get creative with these hoes, too. I had one dedicated to 3x rent, utilities, and groceries. I say have a minimum of 2x, but if you can add more, add more.
I had another one dedicated to emergencies. I have $4.5k in there. This covers car problems, anything my insurance doesn't cover, hotels, food... you get the idea. Much like everything else, your goal will and should depend on your financial situation. Again, add more if you can. Always.
If you can, have a "fun times" account. I, at my core, am a materialistic motherfucker. I love watches, cars, clothes...everything. But, I refrain from living like one, because I've developed discipline over the years. However, I'm also in a position where I can throw in money into a more "flexible" account like this, so I do. This gets last priority. If I have any money left after R/U/G and my emergency account, then I'll throw it in this guy.
II. The talk.
You know you. And sometimes, you just have to get real with yourself.
When I see that Lego set, I'm telling myself "you lazy motherfucker, you're not going to spend your time building that."
And when I see that beautiful Solar G Shock that can be submerged for 17 years at 50000 meters, I think "but when's the last time you actually went outside?"
Think things over. Find reviews. Imagine yourself using it. Then repeat the process. I sit on purchases for MONTHS sometimes before actually going through with the purchase. Sometimes, by the time I'm ready to buy whatever it is, there's a nice discount on it. Other times, they raise the price and I just repeat the process again. It happens.
III. Eating out is your enemy.
As I grow older, I find that most of that "fun time" money is going towards eating out. The money is fair game, so financially, it's fine. But mentally? Imagine the toll. Postmates and GrubHub are cancer. It's convienent. Too convienent. And the additional fees are outrageous.
Do yourself a favour. Go to the grocery store more often. Buy shit you'll actually want to eat. Buy what you crave. Live a little. Remember, it's fun money. Not grocery money. $20 of food from the store would have satisfied me more than $20 of delivery fees from Postmates.
And that's it. Budgeting can suck at first and can be hard depending on what your situation is. I just wanted to share some points and tips that might help the average guy out.
EDIT: Firstly, thank you for the gold, stranger.
Secondly, I wasn't expecting this to blow up, but I'm glad I was able to make some points that resonated with people!
Also wanted to note that I'm an amateur when it comes to saving and budgeting. This post wasn't intended to go into the realm of investing, 401k, etc. Not to say you shouldn't! There's plenty of people that have recommended investing, and that have also given some tips on where to start.
May 30, 2018
I bought mine at Fry’s electronics because they had a crazy deal at the time ($140), but it looks like you can get my exact model on amazon for $185. I needed a toaster oven and came across this. It’s basically a mini-oven and It’s awesome.
I barely use my full-size oven anymore because this one is so much better.
The Co-Optional Podcast Ep. 204 ft. Dr. Jennifer Hazel [strong language] - February 1st, 2018 [R]1 year, 3 months agouerb posted submission on cynicalbritofficial.
Feb. 1, 2018
Feb. 2, 2018
My mother bought one before me, so I had tasted the food "fried" with it before buying one. I have this model, but I don't think that it exists in the US. It's not the same model or brand as hers (she lives in another country), but mine and hers have so many similar elements that I'm sure that it's the same thing but with a different exterior shell.
The principle behind all air fryers is the same: superheat the air and blast it on the food. What changes from model to model (other than build quality) is the power (higher is better) and the frying compartment. Nowadays you have some like this one. More expensive, but more versatile and it also works as an oven.
About the taste of the food: despite all the ads, don't expect it to be the same thing as deep frying. The food is a lot more crunchy and tasty than frozen fried stuff heated with a convection oven, and you can do some stuff that end up too greasy with with deep frying (like the ribs), but it's not the same thing as deep frying - the oil entering the food makes a difference.
For me it was worth it. The food ends up healthier than deep frying, but still good and crunchy enough (adding flour really helps with the crunchiness). It's a good alternative if you want to lose some weight and / or reduce the amount of fat that you are eating, but don't want to eat chicken breasts every single day.