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  1. Bisclavret
    07-27-2016 10:42 PM
    They look fine imo.
  2. Async
    07-26-2016 05:12 AM
    very hot: cast iron pan, blow torch, chimney on grill. Less than 1 min per side.
  3. Async
    07-25-2016 09:23 PM
    After cooking the food to temp, you would need to sear the food (that's when the Maillard reaction happens), otherwise the food look and taste quite unappetizing.

    There are several methods of searing steaks
  4. Async
    07-25-2016 09:20 PM

    Also, you can put the food in vacuum seal bags but sometimes I used thicker ziplock bags for the food and it works fine.
  5. JTG
    07-24-2016 04:06 AM
    Yeah I really set myself up for that one
  6. JTG
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  8. ness2361
    07-20-2016 03:05 PM
    It did have Stifler's Mom (I had to ask Gromit--my husband; he knows this kind of thing) but he isn't sure about the old guy.
  9. ness2361
    07-20-2016 01:08 PM
    It's one scene that your post reminded me of: the dyed blond with the Botoxed face and collagen lips, long nails, cleavage, the works--maybe in her 40s, sitting next to her 90 year old husband, scrawny, in a suit, thick white mustache and white hair, blinking; he just keeps blinking; and he doesn't have teeth in. So she's talking about how much they have in common... and she details the activities, how they can sit together comfortably for hours, talking or not talking (he clearly doesn't talk; he can't talk), and "soup", they have soup in common.

    The way the writers handled it, the director, Christopher Guest, and her and the old man: perfection. XD
  10. ness2361
    07-20-2016 04:19 AM
    ness2361 commented on The Age Gap
    I like your sense of humor, here... I just thought it, smiled, and forgot to say. You know, 92 can really work for a younger man. If you've ever watched the film, Best in Show, you know it can work for a woman to be married to a man that age. XD
  11. ness2361
    07-20-2016 04:17 AM
    That is a reasonable question. Nope, he's standing on uneven ground in front of that bush that reminds me some of a Japanese maple. It's next door to us, and the lawn and earth around it is lumpy, but I took his photo there because of the bush's color contrasting his shirt.

    We don't have much color around in terms of houses, mostly white and old, or the house that goes with that bush is a dark grey which wouldn't have been good.

    He's got pretty darn good posture, and when I do yoga regularly, so do I. We're in our 50s, so I'm grateful we're not in worse shape.
  12. Smylex
    07-19-2016 08:26 PM
    Smylex commented on The official shirtless back selfie thread
    Super gross
  13. byhisello99
  14. Smylex
    07-10-2016 10:11 PM
    Smylex commented on The Age Gap
    Did you mean 29?
  15. Crwydryn
    07-10-2016 04:02 PM
    Crwydryn commented on RSVPing but not showing up
    I love your profile pic, this pic is responsible for my liking of rock and metal. I got curious and the rest is history
  16. Underachiever
    06-25-2016 12:38 PM
    Underachiever commented on How do you feel about ENFPs?
  17. andromeda99
    06-24-2016 09:54 PM
    andromeda99 commented on Skinny-shaming
    Thank you for understanding!
  18. GreyCrow
    lool, I wouldn't say that but I would say I love living though
  19. ppu6502
    06-24-2016 08:54 PM
    based on your username and join date, and that I hadn't seen you post before - I thought INTJane had changed her username! Never-mind, carry on..!
  20. ppu6502
    06-24-2016 07:43 PM
    ppu6502 commented on Say something completely honest

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