Introduction: 3 Course Meal Using Mostly Power Tools

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This instructable shows how to use power tools to make a three course meal that consists of an appetizer of cowboy caviar salsa, steak and potatoes, and a desert of delicious brownies.

WARNING: PLEASE USE CAUTION AND APPROPRIATE SAFETY EQUIPMENT WHEN OPERATING POWER TOOLS

Tools:
Jigsaw
Heat Gun
Drill
Metal Egg Beater Bit
Rotary Tool
Baking Pan
Oven
Grill/Barbecue
Large Mixing Bowl
Tin Snips
Small Screwdriver

Materials:
Button
Plastic Frozen Cookie Dough Tin or Other Plastic Tin
Brownie Mix
Eggs
Oil
4 medium Tomatoes
1 Large Sweet Onion
1/2 Bunch of Cilantro
Italian Dressing
1 Bag of Frozen Corn
Steak
Potato(s)
Shredded Cheese
Butter

Optional Brownie Toppings:
Ice Cream
Chocolate Syrup
Powdered Sugar

Step 1: Making Your Food Processor

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For your food processor, you will need a rotary tool, a plastic tub, and a metal pin.

First, take the metal pin and separate the two halves using a small screw driver and going around the edge.  Next, draw up a very simple template on the computer using a few cut up circles in order to make a sickle shaped metal blade for the food processor like those found on commercial products. Put the template onto the metal button half without the pin running through it. Now, drill a small hole in the button the same size as the rotary tool grinding piece holder. Now that the whole is drilled, use some metal snips to cut out the button along the template lines. Lastly, drill a hole through the lid of the plastic tub the same size as the rotary tool end threads (see picture if you are confused) and a second hole for feeding in a small distance away so that when you feed in material, the blades hit it.

Step 2: Course 1 Appetizers: Cowboy Caviar

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For the appetizer, I made cowboy caviar. Cowboy caviar is a sweet and tasty salsa dip. I made this using my rotary tool food processor to cut up some of the cilantro and onions. Be sure to feed in your ingredients into the food processor slowly so that it can adequately cut them.

Here is how to make the cowboy caviar:

Ingredients:
4 medium tomatoes
1 large sweet onion
1/2 bunch of cilantro
Italian dressing
1 bag of frozen corn

Dice up tomatoes and cut up cilantro (used food processor for these) and add to large mixing bowl. Open up the can of black beans and the frozen corn and add to bowl as well. Mix the ingredients together and add Italian dressing to taste.


This is a delicious and simple recipe that goes very well at parties!

Step 3: Course 2 Entree: Steak and Potatoes

First off, I would like to apologize for the lack of photos on this step as my camera was not working.

First, buy your favorite steak and season it how you would like. Next, scrub some potatoes, poke a few holes in the top with a fork to prevent explosion and put them in the oven to bake. Grill the steak to preference. Once the steak has been grilled, cut it off of the bone and cut it up into nice sized pieces using the jigsaw. Remove the potatoes from the oven when they're done baking (about an hour). Plate the potatoes along with the cut up steak. Put some cheese and butter on each potato and then melt them using a heat gun. Serve hot!

Step 4: Course 3 Desert: Brownies

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The desert is some delicious Ghirardelli brownies (these are my favorite brand).

Add ingredients per the recipe for your brownies, and mix together using an egg beater hooked into a drill. Once stirred thoroughly, place into an appropriate sized pan (should be oiled to prevent sticking) and put into oven at the recommended heat and time on the box. Once done, remove and allow them to sit in order to harden up so that they don't fall apart when removing them from the pan. Can be served with toppings as desired. Recommended Toppings: Powdered sugar, Chocolate Syrup, and Ice Cream.

Doesn't that just look delicious!

Step 5: Bonus: Doing the Dishes

Everyone hates doing the dishes and loves power tools, so I deserve a nobel prize for this one (just joking).
DO NOT DO THIS WITH FANCY PLATES/CHINA

Take a heavy duty pressure washer like those used to clean houses, cars, driveways, etc. Now just squirt the heck out of those dishes. This will get stuck on food off even better than scrubbing bubbles or any other dish agent.

Thanks for viewing my instructable. I hope you are able to get something positive out of it!

Comments

wiseowl232 (author)2015-02-07

i think his is kind of funny, but also pretty cool especially because you washed the dishes too

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