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penrichardson | Sep 17, 201812:10 PM     6

I am relatively new to cooking on stainless steel cookware. I have cooked pork chops and steak and it turned out great-I waited for the release of the meat, so my pans were relatively easy to clean. When I cook ground hamburger for spaghetti or tacos, I really don't want to let it brown too much, as I don't want hard crisp hamburger chunks. If I don't let it brown though, am I going to have a messy skillet to clean? I know most of you may not put meat in your pasta sauce, but my guys won't eat it unless it has the meat!

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