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If you have one, do you use a pasta insert in your pot?
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Posted to Thread #23588 at 2:48 am on Jan 4, 2013
Mine came with a set of pans I got for mom, and that now she is in assisted living I got them back. I've never used one before and I *very* rarely (I know how unAmerican of me) make pasta. However, I tried using it tonight onaccounta I have it...and it seems like a big pain and why would anyone want this kinda thing.
Am I missing something?
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Other messages in this thread:
- 23588. If you have one, do you use a pasta insert in your pot? - MariaDNoCA - 2:48am on 01/04/13 (10)
- I only use it to steam snow crab clusters. I tried it once for pasta and it was a huge mess. - Michael in Sarasota - 3:10am on 01/04/13
- I've lived in FL since 1987 and have never had stone or snow crab claws. Do I have to give up my - MarilynFL - 2:33pm on 01/04/13
- Stone crab claws are addictive and cost a fortune. Better off not trying them. :-) [NT] - Curious1 - 4:54pm on 01/04/13
- I use mine when cooking a whole box or more of pasta. I love to just lift it, carefully, and let - AngAk1 - 3:31am on 01/04/13
- I use mine for pasta and spetzle. I also use it when I make my own broth - for the bones - Elenor - 3:39am on 01/04/13
- mostly use it for Lasagne - I usually make 2-3 and it is a great help then. [NT] - elaine - 3:46am on 01/04/13
- I use it when cooking in batches. That way I can drain it and leave the water boiling in the pot - Joe - 6:17am on 01/04/13
- I use mine frequently and love it. I mainly use it for pasta, but also greens and stock - LisainLA - 9:06pm on 01/04/13
- Learn something new every day! [LINK] - MariaDNoCA - 7:27am on 01/05/13
- All-Clad had one that was made from ss mesh. It was on sale at the Pottery Barn WS Outlet - PatBastrop - 3:48pm on 01/05/13