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This is my "bread" knife. I've had it and used it for the past two(2) years. I've never sharpened it and you can't tell it's not new. Ginsu 04850 Essential Series 9 Inch Original Ginsu Slicer ... $10
OK ... I'm trying to understand this ... $100 ... for a bread knife?!?
It kinda helps to be sure that there are REAL and FACTUAL health regulations prohibiting what you claim. You're gonna look sorta stupid if someone from the health board is one of those customers bringing in outside food or drink and there are not actually those codes. Corkage for outside wine is a really nice thing for places with no liquor licenses. Anywhere from $2-$5 is no big deal for wine geeks. They mostly bring in their own stems so there is no need to worry about...
Forget it. Don't take it. Tell those cheep fascists to shove it. Can you please give ME the phone # and address of this place please?!?
I always was, and still am ... a fat kid. Except for the time I spent in the NAVY, I've been anything except skinny or thin. I wasn't skinny or thin then either, I just didn't carry any extra baggage weights. Running and swimming a zillion miles all day helps that. I deal with it through exercise (sports) and a good sense of humor. I also have a bad habit of punching out big-mouth wise-guys. I guess I just kinda, you know, deal with it ... sorta.
We're talking $5 to make more than a batch of both. It ain'te rocket surgery. Have fun and make them both. Decide for yourself.
OK. 3 cups whole milk 1 cup heavy cream 1 1/2 cups buttermilk salt (?) Bring it to a gentle boil. Gently stir. Let it sit half an hour. Strain through cheesecloth. ... Just as easy.
4 cups whole milk 2 cups heavy cream 1 teaspoon salt (kosher or sea) 3 tablespoons white wine vinegar Milk-cream-salt into a stainless bowl. Bring to easy boil. Dump in vinegar and gently stir. Let stand for a little bit until the curds start to form. Stir a little bit more, very gently. Gently pour into a strainer lined w/ 3-4+? layers of cheesecloth. Let drain for a half hour to an hour. Good to go.
Here are the pics ... . . That go with this story: Man Mowing Field Makes Miraculous Discovery It’s a heart-wrenching but yet very heart-warming story. It ends happily well!
I personally have simple motivational factors ... money, fame and women. It's real basic.
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