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re: why the frick do we bother with florescent light bulbs? - hungryone
We don’t. We converted to LED years ago. Get with the program....
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re: What is your secret ingredient that brings a recipe over the top - hungryone
+1 on acid....lime, lemon, various vinegars, pepper sauce: esp rich and heavy dishes benefit from the brightness and contrast provided by a little acidity....
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re: London/Paris Trip Report - hungryone
Borough market deli/cheesemonger = Kappacasein. Pan con tomate is so good & so easy. Thick sliced crusty bread, toasted in a skillet w/olive oil, then cut a very ripe tomato in half & rub the cut side into the toasted bread until all you’re holding is tomato skin. Eat....
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re: WFDT - hungryone
Beer brats, crockpot baked beans. Brownies, later....
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re: crockpot baked beans? - hungryone
Too lazy to upload pics, sorry. The liquid is finally starting to thicken. I’m at the 10 hr mark and I’d prefer them a bit softer. I think the cooker accidentally got switched to warm while I was out of the house for a couple hours. So I’m still crocking....
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re: Vacation where you wish you would have spent more time as a "local" - hungryone
[quote]the distinction of “local” seems to strange to me. In many cases people often throw the word around to differentiate between “authentic” and “tourist trap” but most of the places I’ve lived there might be a few places locals don’t go often because of ease of access (traffic, parking, lines, e...
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re: Best ever green trees for sound blocking? - hungryone
If Water line isn’t on your property, Root damage is not your issue. Leyland Cypress get huge, quick, but are very prone to dying off, then you’re stuck with the cost to remove a huge dead tree. Thick hedges are prob a better choice than trees. Sweet viburnum, clumping bamboo, red tip photin...
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re: crockpot baked beans? - hungryone
Beans are crocking right now. Prob another hour or so.... I ended up using diced bacon, brown sugar, tomato paste, onion, garlic, and some Steens. Put the bacon on bottom w some of the onions, added soaked dried white beans and water/seasonings, put the rest of the onions on top. I tasted the co...
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re: Summer Punch Recipes - Let's See Them - hungryone
Pimms Cup with a whole bunch of cut up fruit is my poolside go to. Pimms, plus a decent quality ginger ale, and cherries, strawberries, diced cucumber, lemon slices, etc....
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re: Scotch drinkers, looking for a recommendation - hungryone
The only part of that story that’s not totally cool is that your fried was born the year I started LSU. Time flies.........
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re: Favorite LA Day Trips - hungryone
Avery Island/Jungle Gardens, see the giant Buddha and tour Tabasco St Fracisville, tour a historic home or two, poke around in the graveyard, go on a hike to,the national champion bald cypress tree at Cat Island (when the rivers not flooded) Go to the Bonnet Carre spillway while it’s open and ...
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re: crockpot baked beans? - hungryone
Yes, bacon: good point....
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crockpot baked beans? - hungryone
Anyone got a killer crockpot baked beans recipe? Sure, I can figure out the basics, but tell me your tips/tricks. I plan to: --soak the beans overnight --put 'em on to cook w/a little minced celery, onion, garlic, brown sugar, touch of maple syrup, tomato puree or paste, water, little cumin, etc...
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re: An Outside Look at Snow Balls - hungryone
So I'm a Hansen's fan all the way, but the entry is misleading. Mr. Ernest built only a few machines, of which two are still operating, at the Tchoup location. Technically, those are Sno-Bliz machines, and the resulting treat is called a Sno-Bliz, not a Sno-Ball. You've got to credit George Ort...
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re: Vacation Recommendation with Fiance - hungryone
Okay, Memphis: hot chicken, Graceland, etc. A long, easy drive up I-55. ...
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re: Vacation Recommendation with Fiance - hungryone
Austin Houston Dallas ...
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re: Killing/control Wisteria - hungryone
A shovel is your friend. Is it popping up from roots all over, or is there a main trunk? Dig up as many roots as you can....
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re: Scotch drinkers, looking for a recommendation - hungryone
Why focus on "not available in the US" and instead go visit a distillery and buy a bottle there? More meaningful than a a random "rare" bottle, and you can regale your friend with pics & stories about the distillery. Depending on the distillery, you can supplement with other merch (shirts, glasswa...
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re: Not sure if this is where I go but still - hungryone
Vanguard, stat. 1% a month is ridiculous. ...
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