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re: JFK or LaGuardia - hungryone
My last LGA flight on SW had me departing from a gate directly across from restrooms....I’ve seen better toilet facilities in gas stations. Doors falling off stalls, sink barely connected to wall, rusty stains all over the place. Newark by a mile, even if you do have to ride the train....
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re: Would you go to a bullfight in Spain? - hungryone
So if you think it’s cruel, don’t go. Many Spaniards agree with you....
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re: Need BGE Help - hungryone
You need to make sure the bottom ring ‘s cut out is aligned with the vent. If you are new to the egg, you might not realize that the lower ring is assymetrical: it has an opening. Align that opening with the vent. Also, a KickAsh basket is an excellent aftermarket tool to make lighting and cle...
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re: Cooking ideas living with a vegetarian - hungryone
We eat meatless 2-3 nights a week, but we also eat eggs and cheese. If she’s ovo-lacto, then quiche is a wonderful thing. It’s flexible, you can add anything from spinach and caramelized onions to gruyere and chopped asparagus...use a storebought crust. Go to public library and borrow a copy of...
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re: Bonci Pizzerium is opening a Nola location. - hungryone
Holy mother starter, this is the best thing I’ve heard in months. Wheee!...
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re: How do you pronounce "Moët"? - hungryone
I offered pronunciation advice in another thread and was chastised....LOL Veuve =. Vuhvv. Hard to spell out without resorting to IPA, but if you speak French, it sounds like it is spelled. The second v isn’t an R sound, it’s a v that’s held just a little bit, not chopped off....
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re: Zach Engel is leaving Alon Shaya's group and heading to Chicago - hungryone
The price is what it is....but I guess I expected Saba to be the next iteration of his vision....not just a Shaya redux....
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re: Sienna or Venice? - hungryone
Venice is not a day trip from Florence....it’s a little more than 3 hours on the train. ...
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re: Pig for Couchon de Lait in Birmingham - hungryone
Co-chon, not coo-chon. Like co-cola. Or co-owner. Not coochie coochie coo. ...
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re: Anyone else keep a list of places they want to visit - hungryone
I have a scratch off world map hanging on the wall in my home office. It’s always fun to scratch off a new country....
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re: Gardeners: What are you planting now? - hungryone
Mint does fine in partial shade, but it spreads like crazy, so plant with an eye toward space. I’m thinking of planting peas, but I’ve got a few tomatoes that survived the heat and seem to be getting a second wind....
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re: What to do with $250K - hungryone
Is your annual income from the pensions of both you and your wife $100k? If so, don’t pay off the mortgage....
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re: Best foods to eat for lunch for a route driver? - hungryone
Fresh fruit is your friend, esp at this time of year. Apples, tangerines, bananas....perfect for on the go, and full of fiber and other good things. Pair a sliced appl with a few tablespoons of peanut butter or almond butter, a handful of roasted nuts, and you’re good to go. I’m a regular brown...
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re: Beer fridge for garage/patio - hungryone
I got a pristine $100 white one off of Craigslist, out of an estate sale. House was so small we had to take the door off the fridge to get it out....
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re: Will be in Cologne, Germany on business - hungryone
Of course, like any old European city, the cathedral is a must see. There is also a Roman museum nearby, with the excavated remains of an ancient Roman villa (sorry, can't remember the exact name). Also the National Socialist documentation center--note the avoidance of the word museum--which des...
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re: Where to stay in Rome for quick trip - hungryone
[quote]I can use part of third morning to catch anything if I feel the need to, but I only have 8 full days (not counting travel days) so I will prob be itching to get to Florence/Tuscany earlier than later that third day.[/quote] I dunno, Rome is pretty dense with things to see...and eat. Have yo...
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re: Van life or rv’ing cross country - hungryone
[quote]ETA: I think it’s great to quit work and travel if you want. But these people are clueless. [/quote] I didn't get far enough into the site to determine if they're clueless, but the pics made me cringe....especially the one with the obligatory dog lounging on the rumpled bedsheets. Two peopl...
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re: 8 days in Italy - hungryone
[quote]May have to decide what is worth seeing more, Almafi Coast or Florence/Tuscany.[/quote] Yes--that's a good planning strategy. Italy is an intensely regional place, and it feels/looks/eats differently as you travel around the country. Amalfi gets lots of attention from Americans, and on t...
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re: 8 days in Italy - hungryone
Waaaay too much packed into that itinerary for my taste. Slow down and actually experience Rome and Florence, with maybe Orvieto or Siena thrown in. Have you actually plotted the transit times between these places? Whoever is driving will be miserable, and you are going to waste time in traffic g...
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re: The pepperidge farm thin and crispy chocolate chip cookie... - hungryone
Read the ingredients label: it’s likely made with a combo of butter and shortening. The solid shortening lends cookies that crisp tender texture. Try making a tollhouse recipe with Hal butter, half shortening...also rest th3 dough overnight in fridge for an amazing improvement in texture....
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