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re: Oyster Po Mi - hungryone
[quote]Looks like the worlds shittiest attempt at a Bánh mì as well, no pâté? [/quote] Plenty of legit bahn mi don’t contain pate....
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re: WFDT - hungryone
Huevos divorciados (huevos rancheros, but with red and green salsas)...
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re: How much would you pay to use a treadmill on an overseas flight? - hungryone
Is walking up and down the aisles not sufficient for you? I do this every 1.5-2 hrs on long flights, up one aisle, across, and down the other. It's not vigorous, but it definitely helps me....
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re: I hate Chase with a passion - hungryone
[quote]Actually Chase now requires ALL poa's to have an affidavit regardless if it is less than 6 months. Your branch bankers are idiots because all the have to do is go to their "forms online" and type in "POA". From there they can provide you with POA and/or the affidavit to be notarized. [/quote]...
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re: Tips for taking out a small loan - hungryone
[quote]Part of this job I am paying cash. It’s about a 25K job and I’m paying about 8K in cash. I honestly only need probably 15K Loan.[/quote] How long did it take you to save up the $8K? Just keep saving and soon you'll have the remaining $15K. Meanwhile, you can think very carefully about your...
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re: Burying a pig to roast - hungryone
I've never lived in a place with a water table low enough to allow me to dig a hole & not have it immediately begin to fill with water! It's a heck of a lot easier to just buy or borrow a "cajun" microwave, a/k/a caja de china box. Anywhere from $100 to $300, depending on size. Not as cheap as ...
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re: Need a kid/teen friendly 3-4 day road trip from BR idea - hungryone
Houston: --Museum of Natural Science has mummies, lots of cool dinosaurs, etc. The museum district also offers the Children's Museum (better for smaller kids), the Menil collection (kids like looking at art) and the Rothko chapel (perhaps better for older kids, but quite moving) --Ice skating a...
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re: Small family business grossing over 500k/year - hungryone
[quote]When almost half of the cash flow is to owner pocket, usually it's professional services of some sort.[/quote] I was wondering the same thing....and he mentions his mother feels her presence is needed for "quality control". ???...
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re: App or similar for a Christmas party. - hungryone
I'm bringing shrimp remoulade to my office gathering. No reheating required, tastes fine when made ahead (like evening before). Pretty on a plate, easily eaten with a plastic fork. The Galatoire's cookbook recipe is a good one....
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re: Anyone stayed at one of these Paris Hotels? - hungryone
Haven't stayed at any of those, but I like the Hotel St. Paul, small and nicely located near Odeon/Jardin du Luxembourg. It's an easy walk to the Luxembourg RER station, so you can take the train to/from the airport. Family owned, coffee and breakfast available in the AM, but no bar/restaurant on...
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re: What's the best Chinese restaurant you've been to? - hungryone
City View on Commercial in San Francisco for dim sum ...
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re: Bread Baking Sucesses and Failures....... - hungryone
Bread tech support here: too much sugar and cinnamon inhibit yeast growth. That’s why you usually see cinnamon swirl breads—the dough itself doesn’t contain cinnamon. It is merely sprinkled atop the dough before shaping, so the yeast has limited contact with the cinnamon. The solution to slow ...
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re: Pantry storage containers outside OXO recs? - hungryone
So why not buy Tupperware? [link=(https://www.tupperware.com)]LINK[/link]...
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re: What’s a good deep freezer? - hungryone
Chest freezers are substantially cheaper than uprights. There are larger capacity chests, too...bigger than the door kind....
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re: What’s a good deep freezer? - hungryone
Look for one with sliding baskets and moveable dividers to help keep things organized....
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re: Small family business grossing over 500k/year - hungryone
I dunno, if your Mom bought her niece a brand new car, I’d say she’s making her choices loud and clear. For whatever reason, she’s choosing to bestow material things on her sister’s family. You may not like it, but if no one is coercing Moms to buy things/keep Sis on the payroll, then she’s entitl...
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re: Pantry storage containers outside OXO recs? - hungryone
Some styles have tighter lids than others....
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re: The magic of freezing - hungryone
I learned to use a china marker (greasepencil) to write directly on the plastic lid. Labels and tape always fall off....
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re: Pantry storage containers outside OXO recs? - hungryone
Cambro storage containers, just like every restaurant on earth. [link=(https://www.cambro.com/Products/Food_Storage/Square_Food_Storage_Containers/10737420151/1033.aspx)]LINK[/link] Available as squares or rounds. Translucent plastic or see thru Lexan. Buy at your nearest restaurant supply store...
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re: Beef and vegetable soup recipe suggestion? - hungryone
I like to brown onions, then brown the beef, then deglaze pot w/red wine before adding the liquid, tomatoes (if using) & meats. Simmer the meat a while, then add the veg. I do like to add a diced turnip—it gives a nice “backbone” to the broth without being too present....
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