Um, these look fun!
Um, these look fun!
“You don’t have to spend a crazy amount on new products to get pretty. Raid your own kitchen for all the tools you need.” Just have dozens of eggs, avocados, and lemons at all times!
This is based on “Into Thin Air,” a must read. I said that as if I read it. I didn’t. But Audible counts. IT COUNTS.
I came here for that.
This is not shocking.
Why did I think this wouldn’t appil season 2? I am dumb.
Definition of bare minimum
A lot of these are basically “store things in other things” or “use things not purpose-made for things for those things but look worse than the purpose-made things.”
Ugh, this one. The best. Come on y’all. May he never leave us.
Man, Mae Whitman has really changed.
I came here to say that Dukies are demonstrably ugly troll monkies. Science.
What I would do to be at one of these dinners!
I don’t really…understand.
The no-knead bread recipe calls for kneading.
Appropriate use of Papyrus font?
Um, it kinda rains frequently in Orlando?
Oh, interesting. Didn’t know about the deleted scene.
Um…none of them because there were no same-gender romances. It was noticeably absent at the time and feels missing ever more so now. Never could get behind this movie because of that.
I always think it’s easier to quickly snap a banana in half from the middle.
I love how in London the sun goes down at 4pm, and nothing is open after 9pm. Gosh, I sure do miss that in NYC. Ugh, why are there so many people doing things everywhere all the time?!?!
I’m pretty sure this bridge is reinforced to protect it from just this sort of idiot. The video is amazing, but I also sort of love how the city of Durham had a choice to make, and it chose bridge.
Um, Char No. 4 much? Also, and I realize this totally brands me as a self-conscious Brooklyn resident, but why the need to list the borough parenthetically? If you are a reader who lives in NYC, you know what Williamsburg is. If you are a reader who doesn’t live in NYC, you may or may not know that Hell’s Kitchen is in Manhattan.
I’m sad that viewing a shuttle launch wasn’t ever on my list. I remember watching the final launch briefly from the living room of a client’s house before I quickly stepped away to help hang a painting. You better believe I’ll be there for the first major Orion launch!
Alright, so I’m calling it. This is officially bad art.
So, so many things wrong with this
NCSSM circa 2002, you treated me well. What’s GPA? Class rank…sounds rancid. Rigid schedules? Crazy! Kids taking responsibility for their futures…fucking insane!
do not care how complicated the cheese brooms are…must have more cheese brooms in my life
Technically I got my first Global 8” knife as a gift, but I’ve had it for more than 10 years and use it almost every day. If you have a good chef’s knife and hone/sharpen it semi-regularly, you don’t need a bread knife. I find that a really good peeler (~$20) gets used way more than a pairing knife. For situations where you’re cutting something small, a chef’s knife still works, and for situations where you’re taking the skin off of something, a peeler is easier to handle. So, stainless steel is one of the least conductive metals that is made into cookware, but it sure is pretty, honey. My personal recommendation is a really good nonstick set of 2-3 pans that you know you’ll use a lot. The high-end Calphalon pans have treated me well, and you can usually find deals on Amazon for 2-packs. You should not have analog thermometers. Full stop. Thermocouples are cheap. Splurge and get an infrared one if you care. Meh, I could give or take a mandolin. I get that a cheap one is useful, but it’s never really come up. Thanks for reminding me to get a new immersion blender! I’d add these: balloon whisks of a few sizes, one being nonstick-friendly
ditto dongs (notably for handling meats/non-meats without having to wash mid-cooking)
chopsticks (always better than the free ones!)
silicone spatulas in various sizes
a few wooden spoons
something slotted that is nonstick-friendly
Pyrex cups in several sizes
cheap glass and metal bowl sets And lastly, save grocery and vegetable bags for simply counter-top trash receptacles for prep work.
I would add: Substitute green veggies (notably broccoli) for all or part of the basil in your favorite pesto recipe.
Gougeres are my jam.
Well, this is a disaster.
Was this one of those “easy courses” football players sometimes take to fulfill academic requirements?
This is super cool!
“Well, we really like to entertain in this foreign country where we have no friends, so anything that doesn’t fit 26 people is not for us.”
I mean, is Peru over? I feel like Machu Picchu is over. For this century. It’ll come back eventually.