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@Eric in Tampa wrote:

...3 cups quick-cooking oatmeal...
At the risk of showing my lack of prowess at baking, do you use 3 cups of cooked quick-cooking oatmeal or 3 cups of raw oats?
Oops - sorry. It said quick-cook oats.

There are two types of people in this world: Those who can extrapolate from incomplete data.
Oats out of the Quaker Oats box, the cardboard canister type, not the instant packets, and not cooked into porridge like you'd do for breakfast. Just dry rolled oats like you might feed to a horse out of your hand.

Time to build a bigger bridge.

@LJ wrote:

You made me spew a malted milk egg onto my keyboard. Now IT'S gooey tooey!

@LJ wrote:

Speaking of oatmeal, has anyone tried any of the overnight, crockpot oatmeal recipes found on Pinterest or Facebook? I have all the stuff - including steel-cut oatmeal, but I'm afraid of ending up with a block of cement that I have to chisel out of my crockpot. I thought of using a crockpot liner, but then the apples won't caramelize if I do that.

Link? i was just out in my orchard and it looks like I'm going to have another bumper apple and plum crop this year. Carmelized apples sounds yummy.

Time to build a bigger bridge.
Here ya go, D. []

And here's a bonus link for you: []
This is the ham I made for Easter and it turned out great. I've been preparing ham for many, many years and never even considered making it in a slow cooker.

Here's the thing: read the comments on the ham recipe. This blogger's followers must all be new to cooking because the questions are so funny. They had me in hysterics and I'm probably going to Hell for laughing. As an example, the recipe calls for whole cloves and the instructions are to stick them all over the ham. One person asks, "by cloves you mean cloves of garlic, right?" I was crying laughing so hard picturing this person sticking garlic cloves all over her ham. Ew.. yuck!

There are two types of people in this world: Those who can extrapolate from incomplete data.
Mmm.... that apple/oatmeal recipe sounds delicious. I'll have to try that this fall. thanks for the link.

Time to build a bigger bridge.
LJ, that just made me laugh. I recently was surprised at how many people I know don't know what cloves are.....they automatically think garlic cloves.
Is that right, spaztck? I guess those of us who have been cooking for years take it for granted that everyone knows these things. I thought that person had to be on the only one on earth to make that mistake. The blogger is so patient with everyone's questions, though she had to be laughing at some of them too.

There are two types of people in this world: Those who can extrapolate from incomplete data.
I wonder if I would have known what cloves were if my mother hadn't used them on hams when I was growing up.

Time to build a bigger bridge.
My fountain of knowledge was good old home economics where we had to memorize all that stuff which was thought to be quite useless at the time. Not saying I've ever used it much since either (except maybe on trivia night quizzes)
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