I approve of this microwave setting:
So how long does the child setting take? My microwave doesn’t have one, so I need to know rough equivalents…
Or maybe I should just use the oven, it was how the witch in Hanzel and Grettel did things. 😉
If your microwave doesn’t have a “child” setting, you can use the “pork” setting and get very good results.
My Panasonic microwave doesn’t have a ‘child’ setting, but, it’s an 1100 watt unit so maybe that’s too much for a child.
Microwaves? Wow, I thought I was in the midst of baby-eating connoisseurs. Everyone knows the oven is the way to go.
Sometimes I just don’t have the time, John.
Babies should never be cooked in a microwave. Only a slow turn over an open fire can bring out the succulence and sweetness of toddler meat. Save the microwave for quickie dishes of puppies and kittens.
Since I’m cooking for one, I usually keep most of it in the freezer and just cook a small morsel at a time. Then it seems like a waste to use the oven.
Why cook at all? A real gourmet eats baby tartare.
I am surprised I didnt see this on your site! I immediately thought of you. http://consumerist.com/5342632/sears-caught-selling-grills-to-cook-babies-thanks-to-poorly-built-website
@Epistaxis – So is there a defrost setting?