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Obese Boy Scouts left out of national gathering
Mon Jul 15, 2013
It didn't take long to realize that is the stupidest thing the boy scouts have done recently. When I was a scout, and a rather chunky one, no one ever heard of measuring BMI for any criteria. It they keep it up, the Boy Scouts are going to put themselves into self-oblivion and with this dumb move, p …
Queen's new portrait dubbed 'hideous,' 'like a bloke wearing a wig'
Fri May 31, 2013
It is the Queen of England and I think it is a fine portrait. She looks regal (and is), wise with experience and age. The portrait defines her nobility. I doubt the artist chose what she wore - it is fitting for the Queen. Her little dogs add life to the portrait and provide an insight into her …
Which joe has the most mojo?
Tue Mar 12, 2013
I have my one non-fat latte in the morning. Have no reason to do without it. I can say that since it is one of the most consumed drinks across the world, or at least the western world, it is cerainly one of the most benign things one can do or millions would be suffering - unless of course you are p …
Your body on a long flight
Tue Dec 18, 2012
Silly non-descrptive artible from what the healine said it would be about. Waste of space.
What did you think of this recipe?
Fri Oct 12, 2012
Being a chef and looking at this recipe, I can only conclude that Minute Rice would be used. Nothing else would work unless the rice had previously been cooked, which should also be fine. If you do this I would undercook it a few mintues so it holds its shape in the meatballs. Frankly, I'd stick to …
'Sketti': Would you eat ketchup, butter and noodles?
Fri Sep 14, 2012
Yes, I have to admit I have. It's been years ago when I was a kid - and that IS years ago. And I don't think I'm the only one in the family that did. I know Mom still likes noodles fried in butter with ketchup - what the heck, she is 93!
How far back can you remember? When earliest memories occur
Fri Aug 24, 2012
It may seem impossible, but I remember the feeling of being in an incubator. Just the feeling of being surrounded by white and warmth. That was 1946. Jump ahead to the next one and I remember seeing the most magical thing on our TV. So much beauty, pomp, and pagentry. Now I know by the year I was wa …
French cry foul as California foie gras ban nears
Fri Jun 29, 2012
As I have visited the farm in Sonoma County and witnessed the feeding of the ducks, I can't feel so badly about the ban that is to take effect. However, by extrapotation, if you visited any of the meat packing plants, slaughtering houses, massive chicken farms where birds are walked on, stepped on, …
Boring flavor? Not on Vanilla Milkshake Day!
Wed Jun 20, 2012
Vanilla is delicious. As a previous pastry chef I often used it in recipes that didn't always call for it when appropriate. It does add a great complex taste. And I generally use a bit more than called for. Another hint - Mexican vanilla is really special. Tahitian vanilla is good also but dissipate …
What did you think of this recipe?
Wed Jan 18, 2012
The photo of the peppers shows them two ways. Some are in halves length-wise as the recipe instructs, and some are upright with the tops by their sides. You can do it either way as I have - but you may possibly have a little cooking time to adjust and serving amount if you leave them whole. But it i …
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