Did you nuke 'em high or back the power down a little? I've found when reheating most things do better around 50 to 60 percent power, unless I'm boiling water. It gives them a chance to heat by conduction too rather than scrambling water molecules the whole time.<br><br>If you nuke 'em high it would cause the moisture in the marrow to boil.<br><br>------>#1 - JD's Trivia game<br><br>------>#2 - MM-MCF Trivia game
I cook my corn on the cob in a microwave. What I do is shuck it then wrap them individually in plastic wrap around it rather tight then cook for about 7 minutes for 5 ears, then let them rest for a minute or two. <br><br>The moisture in the corn cooks the corn. I like it much better then boiling it in a pan of water and have it water logged.<br><br>dave<br><br><br><br>
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I just push "dinner plate" for everything. It's supposed to be for reheating leftovers with variable power levels. I guess it's too much for bones.<br><br>I could swear I've reheated ribs before with no problems. Perhaps my microwave is going wonky.<br><br>
My wife has a perfect way of nuking ears of corn. I seem unable to do it the right way though, so unfortunately she feels obliged always to cook the corn. Awwww shucks. <br><br>[color:red]</font color=red> [color:orange]</font color=orange> [color:yellow]</font color=yellow> [color:green]</font color=green> [color:blue]</font color=blue> [color:purple]</font color=purple>
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