Going slow versus going fast

An A/C device is more efficient running at full crank, so it is better to really crank it up after we get back to our household than to let it run all day at a lower speed

My partner plus I definitely appreciate cooking plus whoever has had the least stressful day will most often take charge of preparing dinner. This is also the source of our most heated fights. She prefers to minimize cooking time while I can spend hours with my slow-cooking methods. When she cooks, the two of us have hamburgers, fish, stir fry, or a quickly made salad. When I cook, the two of us have enjoyable roasts, stews, or slow-cooked sauces for pasta. Our fights occur when she attempts to fast cook items that are better when cooked slowly. I once caught her trying to fast cook a beef brisket on the barbeque, and another point of contention between us is our Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C device. We both work so she believes it is best to turn the systems off while we are away. I appreciate leaving it all running so the two of us don’t have to face a cold household in Winter time or stifling hot temperatures after a long day at work. I work outside for the length of the day, so I look forward to instant relief when I come back to my household. With her office task, my partner does not mind a couple of hours of discomfort waiting for the household to reach a comfortable temperature. At first, I had to give in to her preference because it costs too much to keep the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C device running all day. An A/C device is more efficient running at full crank, so it is better to really crank it up after we get back to our household than to let it run all day at a lower speed. Our fights about cooking will probably never be resolved, however soon we will install a programmable temperature control that will automatically turn our Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C device on an hour or so before the two of us arrive home each day. And yes, I’m still annoyed over that brisket.

 

 

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