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NuWave Oven - Oh Yea . . 
Feb. 17, 2013 5:51 pm 
Updated: Dec. 9, 2014 6:57 pm
I have a bit of a crush on my NuWave oven.  I use it often.  I use it for everything.  I'm glad it hasn't broken up with me yet! 
Today was a marathon between me and NWO . ..  we roasted 2 whole chickens and grilled a large bag of chicken breasts.  Half of the first whole chicken was used to make gluten-free chicken noodle soup for supper and the other half has been picked off the bone and frozen to be used for a casserole or maybe chicken enchiladas another day.  The other chicken is in the fridge to be eaten tomorrow night - with leftovers to be used for DH's lunches.  The chicken breasts were seasoned and divided.  1 bag will be used dinner later in the week and the rest was frozen individually to be used for salads (my lunches).  There is enough soup to freeze and use another day! 

Later this week I will fix a pork roast in my NuWave.  And another night I will make home fries to go with sloppy joes . . .  and another night there will be turkey burgers . . .  Did I mention I LOVE my NWO?? 
Feb. 17, 2013 7:03 pm
I have seen those advertised but did not know anyone that used one. How long have you had it? Good to know they live up to their advertising!
Feb. 17, 2013 9:11 pm
I have always wondered about then too. Glad to hear a positive about it. Might have to take a closer look at them, and hint a little more, never to soon to spring out those ideas for Mother's Day!
Feb. 18, 2013 6:57 am
I feel left out. I don't think I've ever even heard of them. Glad you're liking it though!
Feb. 18, 2013 5:38 pm
Oh Doc - google it! I have had my NuWave for over a year and I use it probably 3 times a week or so. It is a great way to grill/bake/dehydrate/air-fry . . . I hinted STRONGLY to get mine . . . I have the basic model and I just saw it on sale for $79, so the price is dropping cosistently. It is worth every single penny!
Mar. 30, 2014 11:49 am see this for NuWave Owners
Mar. 30, 2014 11:50 am see this one for NUWave lovers
Dec. 9, 2014 6:57 pm
I have had my NuWave for awhile, but the only thing I have made in the past is a ham. It worked great. I just thought I would use it as an extra oven during the holidays. Tonight I made chocolate chip cookies and they turned out great. I used the extender ring, cooked them on 8 for 13 minutes. Then I took the power head off and let them cool on the liner pan. They crisped right up. Delicious!
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I am 49, married, have 3 children and 1 grandchild! My kids are 28, 27 and 13. My grandson is 6. I am a social worker for the state of Missouri and work with foster children.
My favorite things to cook
I love discovering 'quick and easy' recipes that I can pass along to those I work with. I like exerimenting with my slow cooker and getting creative with new side dishes. I use my NuWave oven ALL the time love it! Today I roasted 2 whole chickens and grilled a whole bag of frozen chicken breasts - lots of possibilities for this weeks meals!
My favorite family cooking traditions
My grown childen and I love to cook together - chicken fettuccini alfredo is a favorite of my oldest sons, with our own version of alfredo sauce. My 13 year old son is really learning the fun of experimenting when cooking and has made his dad and I several delicious meals. My daughter is a vegeterian, so creating new dishes and flavors is our favorite time. And of course entering recipes into the contests at the state fair.
My cooking triumphs
My husband and I have entered recipes for 4 years at the state fair. We find we do best with the recipes that we completely make from scratch - and literally throw together hoping it turns out!! ha We have won 5 prizes.
My cooking tragedies
Gravy - a can not make good gravy no matter what I try! It really is tragic.
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