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Cooking with no cooker.

(6 Posts)
NettoHoHoHoSuperstar Thu 03-Jan-13 09:07:42

Can't really afford to buy anything new to cook with, except for a cooker!
Move has taken all my money.
I am thinking one pots in SC. I have a pulled lamb recipe I want to try in it, have the lamb in freezer and can get rice or naan from takeaway.
I have a recipe somewhere for a sc lasagne, and maybe some Boston baked beans.
It's just a bloody pain, when we'll be busy unpacking. I'd planned on bought pizza/jackets/soup etc for the first week or so.
My friend has ordered my cooker, I'm getting it from her catalogue, not sure when it's coming yet though.

jenduck Thu 03-Jan-13 08:53:18

Marking place! I have no oven for a while as middle glass in door come loose so got to wait for DH to be home long enough to glue it (probably weekend, so not terrible). Have microwave with oven bit, slow cooker, 4-ring hob, but can only think of pasta (had jackets in microwave yesterday, not great sad)!

scurryfunge Wed 02-Jan-13 19:42:43

Do you have a gas barbecue? I cook outside in the winter sometimes( especially fish because I don't like the smell in the kitchen).

MousyMouse Wed 02-Jan-13 19:40:22

portable hob?

CogitoErgoSometimes Wed 02-Jan-13 19:37:37

One pot meals in the slow cooker seem the obvious route... it's either that, salad or Pot Noodle. Microwaves are really cheap btw...

NettoHoHoHoSuperstar Wed 02-Jan-13 18:21:13

Help, I'm moving tomorrow and just realised the cooker I have has no way of being connected (someone gave it to me and I don't think she checked either).
I don't own a microwave but do have a slow cooker and deep fat fryer.
Tomorrow night is takeaway, but then what?
My mind has gone blank.

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