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What?The Frywall ($21.95, frywall.com) is a rubber, high-sided co时时彩如何追冷号 llar that slots along the inner circumference of stovetop cookware, limiting spurts of hot oil and sauce.Why?Cheap, fire-resistant, and easier to erect than lath and plaster. Oh no, that’s drywall.Well?“Continuous protection, continuous access, easy to clean silicone.” While it sounds like a mail order item from a reassuringly specialist magazine, this gadget is far less thrilling. In fact, it is meant to protect you from sauces and cooking oils getting out of hand. I run into early problems when I realise that the 12in model I have ordered is too large for my modest 10in pan. I have to gather the excess and sort of … tuck it in. However, that’s my fault, not the makers’, and I won’t hold it against them. Like my pan, the idea isn’t hard to grasp: this ludicrous flap of rubber is meant to sit inside your saucepan, extending its sides and trapping splatters.It is cumbersome, to say the least. Once fitted, it looks like my pan is wearing the kind of vet’s bonnet you put around a dog’s head to stop it chewing out stitches. This design might be a perfect fit if you happen to live in a rescue kennel, but most of the people that do are covered in fur, and hate greens. Facebook Twitter Pinterest One man and his kale: Frywall’s high sides have their uses. Photograph: Graeme Robertson for the GuardianSpeaking of which, greens are the second best use I find for Frywall: tall sides mean that I can tumble a whole pack of kale into my pan, and it would be great for spinach. (The best use, however, is as a megaphone, announcing its ugliness.) As for protection against sauce flecks, I would rather live with the flecks, or use a screen guard. This thing offers sizzle without splatter, yes, but it’s also a styleless pile-up. Besides, you could just use a wok, the sides of which get hot, which is generally considered quite good for cooking. Frywall’s hideous silicone, heat-resistant to 450F/232C, cannot boast the same. A wok on the mild side, you might say. Get out!Redeeming features?Gil Scott-Heron was the voice of that You’ve Been Tangoed ad, a fact even more depressing than Frywall’s existence.Counter, drawer, back of the cupboard?Mexican border. Hopefully they’re paying for it, too. 1/5

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