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re: Job choice: 20 year pension at ~50%? - hungryone
Do some research on the health of the pension plan. Many municipal plans are grossly underfunded and the problem is often carefully ignored by those who should be paying attention....
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re: Sous Vide Biscuits? 10 Foods to Cook Sous Vide - hungryone
4-at saucepan, lid, and 1/4 cup oil, 1/3 cup kernels.....or two big glugs of oil and four capfuls of Orville's finest kernels. Clap on the lid, medium high heat, shake a few times, it's done when popping slows. If this is hard or messy, you better never try t make croissants, puff pastry, or strud...
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re: Am I out of tax shelters? - hungryone
If you do any sort of charitable giving, consider that it's a better idea to give highly appreciated stock than cash. You avoid the capital gains on the stock, plus get the charitable deduction....
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re: Crab and Brie soup or other ideas? - hungryone
If the crab & brie seems too rich, how about crab & corn soup? The non-bisque, tomato-based kind...the first fresh corn is starting to appear. If you can't get fresh, the frozen supersweet kernels are good enough. ...
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re: Iverstine Farms Butcher Shop - hungryone
How is using kickstarter any different from having friends/family help you out? The only difference is that kickstarter more efficiently spreads the word. If you don't like "free" money, you certainly don't have to contribute. I'd rather give a startup business $5 than give the same $5 to a pan...
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re: Need Some NYC Recommendations - hungryone
There are Shake Shacks all over the damn place. Strolled right into one on 3rd Ave betw 39th and 40th a couple weeks ago, just after noon, and there was only a 3-5 person line. Was very happy to have a draft Abita Root beer...and the chicken sandwich is legit. If you're into ramen, Ippudo (nice...
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re: WFDT - hungryone
It's a great recipe...I make by batches of the sauce and freeze in 1 and 2 portion containers. Then it's a matter of minutes to defrost it in a skillet, add eggs and feta, and dinner is ready n under 15 minutes....
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re: Dewberry Season- Dewberry and Dumplings recipe with huge pictures - hungryone
The only things I'd add is a few strips of lemon peel in the berry sauce, and a pinch of cinnamon and a few scrapings of nutmeg in the dumpling batter....
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re: WFDT - hungryone
Shakshuka, like this: [link=(http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2013/02/shakshuka-recipe-eggs/)]LINK[/link]...
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re: Inheritance From Parents? - hungryone
[quote]I'm not the one who thinks everybody gets $100k+ inheritance. Sounds like you need a lesson in reality and heathcare costs. [/quote] Amen. People don't go from being fully productive, healthy adults to being dead. Most endure a prolonged period of declining health and increasing living ex...
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re: Inheritance From Parents? - hungryone
[quote] there's gonna be a helluva lot of money left when they pass. [/quote] You must have had the good fortune NOT to care for an elderly parent or relative in declining health. It is frighteningly expensive, especially if no family member can take over primary caregiving responsibilities. 24 h...
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re: Over 2 weeks now, no sodas, fast food, high sugars, and bad fats - Update in OP - hungryone
You should try the Kind "Strong" bars. Thai Chili, Hickory Smoked BBQ, Honey Mustard, Roasted Jalapeno, etc. Check 'em out: http://www.kindsnacks.com/store/types/strong-kind Locally, I've seen them at Target, but WalMart seems to only carry the sweet ones....
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re: Selling your house yourself - hungryone
I sold my last house myself, in a suburban/semi-rural area. No pics, no online listing, nothing more than a cheap yard sign and word of mouth. It was priced right...a young couple with relatives on the same street wanted to be in the school district & I helped them find a lender (local bank) willi...
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re: Why are there no donuts places in the CBD in Nola? - hungryone
Pre Katrina, there was a Dunkin Doughnuts at the corner of Common and (St. Charles?). It was pretty ratty, but it did a pretty solid business. There are so few traditional office-hour workers left in the CBD, I doubt an ordinary, non-destination doughnut shop would make it anymore....
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re: Over 2 weeks now, no sodas, fast food, high sugars, and bad fats - Update in OP - hungryone
+1 on the lower sugar Kind bars. I usually have one in my bag at all times. When life gets busy & hunger strikes, you'll be equipped to avoid junk w/one of those. Sea salt/almond is my current fave. Second fave on-the-go item is the peanut butter flavored Kashi TLC bar. RE: greek yogurt, I ...
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re: Did You Ever Shell Peas Growing Up? - hungryone
I still sit on the screen porch and shell peas! Peas are super easy to grow. If you have a few linear feet of soil, you can grow a little pea patch. Heck, you can grow no till peas through your lawn grass. Check this out...l[link=(http://www.cookinglouisiana.com/Articles/Peas_no-till.htm)]LINK[/...
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re: Avery's Po-boys on Tulane - hungryone
Thanks for the tip on parking...I might finally get to try the fried potato salad....
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re: Avery's Po-boys on Tulane - hungryone
So I've tried to go to Avery's at least six times on weekdays, and I've never-ever-ever found a legal parking space within 8-10 blocks. I wonder if onstreet parking has eased since the hospital opened up?...
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re: help me find thin cut onion rings, NOLA & slightly beyond - hungryone
[quote]I recall Mahoney's treated their rings in that fashion.[/quote] Mahoney's are indeed thin cut, but too heavily coated for the onions inside to brown....
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re: help me find thin cut onion rings, NOLA & slightly beyond - hungryone
Ah, good tip but that's not gonna scratch the itch at lunchtime....
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