DEFROSTING YOUR FREEZER : YOUR FREEZER
Defrosting your freezer : Commercial refrigeration repairs : 18 inch wine refrigerator.
Defrosting Your Freezer
- Remove frost or ice from (the windshield of a motor vehicle)
Defrosting is a procedure, performed periodically on refrigerators and freezers to maintain their operating efficiency. Over time, as the door is opened and closed, letting in new air, water vapour from the air condenses on the cooling elements within the cabinet.
(defrost) make or become free of frost or ice; "Defrost the car window"
(of frozen food) Thaw before being cooked
Thaw (frozen food) before cooking it
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- A refrigerator is a cooling apparatus. The common household appliance (often called a "fridge" for short) comprises a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump—chemical or mechanical means—to transfer heat from it to the external environment (i.e.
- A refrigerated compartment, cabinet, or room for preserving food at very low temperatures
- A device for making frozen desserts such as ice cream or sherbet
- deep-freeze: electric refrigerator (trade name Deepfreeze) in which food is frozen and stored for long periods of time
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When I get bored, I do one of three things.
1) Continue being bored
2) Get out of the house and photograph
3) Cook up something, using the only ingredients in the house.
A couple days ago, I chose option three. I sent out a status update on Facebook begging the question, "RICE OR PASTA!?!" and I got a heap of responses. Rice it was. However, a meal can't be rice only. That's boring. What does every man / meal need?
Dove into the freezer, and pulled out some chicken boobs, defrosted, and cooked them up with a blend of spices.
Vegetables were to go in here too because I had to tell myself that I was "eating healthy" for this meal. Carrots, onions, green capsicum, and a couple bits of garlic. Those simmered down, and kinda turned into a paste (used water as a base), with some definite texture left in it. Also, it needed some heat. In go the chili flakes.
So, while this isn't exactly a curry, or probably anywhere near it, the dish reminded me of something that I'd had in New Zealand a few times before. I do love those non-American foods.
Allspice (just a touch)
Salt (I added a bit too much - take it easy with this, it lingers)
Ginger (lightly with this too)
Basil (you can never have too much)
I know, I know - it kinda doesn't look that good in the picture, but if you make it yourself, it's delicious.
Continuing with the preparation:
After you've chopped up your vegetables, let their flavours mingle, and let them soften up in water. A sautee-sort of technique. A bit of water in the bottom of the pan (maybe 1/8 inch or so), let 'em cook up for fifteen minutes. Then, after your chicken's defrosted, throw in all your delicious spices, and the chicken as well. Remove lid, and let simmer / sear until all the liquid is gone. As soon as it is, throw in some olive oil, and let the chicken brown up a bit on either side.
Pour concoction over rice. Enjoy. =]
Lychee berries... a texture to remember, a taste to savor!
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Just pop the rough pink skin open and place the delicate grape-like center in your mouth and it will take you someplace transcendent! Nibble the translucent flesh it from the black seed and enjoy its delicate fragrance and taste! Look at the texture of the skin... like tiny rosy limpet shells at the shore.
The lychee is the sole member of Litchi genus in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae. It is a tropical and subtropical tree native to China and now cultivated in many parts of the world. The fresh fruit has a "delicate, whitish pulp" with a "perfume" flavor that is lost in canning. But most delicious eaten fresh. When I moved to Miami, my friend John had a freezer full of frozen lychees which were quickly defrosted and luscious!
Lychee is an evergreen tree that reaches 30 feet tall and bears fleshy fruits up to 2 in long. The outside of the fruit is covered by a pink-red, rough-textured inedible rind that is easily removed to reveal the sweet, translucent white flesh inside. Lychees are eaten in many dessert dishes and are especially popular in China and South Asia.
Lychee has a history of cultivation going back to 2000 BC in China. Cultivation began in southern China, Malaysia and northern Vietnam. Wild trees still grow in parts of southern China and on Hainan Island. There are many stories of the fruit's use as a delicacy in the Chinese Imperial Court. It was first described and introduced to the west in 1782.
Litchi chinensis commonly called leechi, litchi, laichi, lichu, lizhi
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