Yes it can, it takes a long time but it does. As a Rule of thumb if the can is rusted or swollen stay away otherwise it should be okay.
Bake it at 350 for 7-10 minutes based on an avergae size tilapa fillet
Instead of brown sugar use Corn syrup and instead of baking powder, use baking soda with a pinch of cream of tartar.
Ill tell you what I did was I made a Sheet cake and bought wwe action figures and a ring and put them on the top of the cake.
The danger zone(the temp at which food is neither hot or cold) for any food is a max of 30 minutes. But because it is cooked you can push it a little if you'd like put after an hour I would say put it away or throw it away.
Your body will start to get weak. The body does need some fat. It will be like not eating enough carbs, you can do it for a small amount but then your body will find the fat that it needs, and your organs are made of fat , and when you go back to eating … Read more
You will around 5 quarts. Or to make it easier to put together. You will need 7 lbs of ground meat. 10 large cans of Chili beans. (they are pinto beans already seasoned) I. 3 lbs of onions and 3 Small Jr's of tomato sauce. This will make enough to feed 40 people. Of course if you … Read more
It means that either the pipes are rusty in your sink, or that there is rust in the hot water heater or the lines soming from the hot water heater.
8 lbs is the perfect amount but I would go with ten I love a meaty chili
I would say that you want to have at least 4ozs of meat per sandwich which means that you will need 19.00 actually 18.75 lbs to serve 75 sloppy Joe's. Of course I like em extra sloppy so in that case I use 6ozs which would mean that you would need 28 lbs.
Any food left out at room temp is considered to be in hte danger zone. Anything longer then a 20 minutes is time to throw away. If you serve food it's more like 10 minutes. But if you are at home and you want to eat a hamber pattie or hot dog or beef rib … Read more
The answer will vary slightly according to what is measured but Ican tell you it is standardly 6 and 1/2 cups in 800 grams
Good ratio for ham is around 6 ounces. A normal serving is 3-4 Oz's. So I Can give you 2 answers for a normal event 200 people will be served by 50-60 lbs of ham (bone out) if you have bone in you will need to add about 7-8 lbs If you are doing a … Read more
A very good question, I would project that you will need about 6 ounces of turkey per person. That equation allows for bones and skin weight etc. So if you were to feed 75 people I would go for either 2 18 lb turkeys. Or a 32-40 lb turkey