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I loathe overly ripe bananas so I always buy them slightly green. Usually they're fine once they've been in the fruit bowl for a couple of days but I've had my current bunch for almost a week and they're still hard as a rock and frankly, vile.

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This story was first published on May 11, 2008. It was updated on Aug. 9, 2009. For American corporations, the rewards of doing business abroad are enormous, but so are the risks.

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Meanwhile, Quba uses Spray Alive on a giant wombat statue from Australia to smash an art gallery that won't hang his paintings. Netflix in 2020: A Complete Guide New year, new movies and shows

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The Daily Mail is reporting that a troop of squirrel monkeys at the London Zoo have had to be retrained after showing too much interest in cell phones. Evidently the monkeys, in a new "non-barrier ...

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26 Feb 2020 ... Gemma Hannan, 37, from Derbyshire, has to cook different meals with their own pans and utensils for her two daughters Charlotte, 15, and ...

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The skinned version is toor daal, whereas the whole pigeon pea is a different color because it retains its skin. For this same reason, black daal (urad) is black in its whole form and cream colored when skinned and split.

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In this episode Guillermo visits Kings County Distillery, New York City’s oldest distillery after prohibition (opened 2010). While Head Distiller and co-owner Colin Spoelman gives a tour of the 119-year-old facility, they talk about the illegal origins of the spirit, bringing Kentucky moonshine to Brooklyn, and how to make it in a DIY distiller set up.

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Now that AnimeVice and GiantBomb are no longer in bed together... do I still send my Jar video questions to Jeff on AnimeVice?lol

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Hello all, Just got hit with a £12 customs charge for my "This Is The Run" T-Shirt (I live in the UK). Has anyone else been hit with this or am I jus

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Ever tried HelloFresh? New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. NonnieMuss | May 11, 2015 10:33 AM 4. I received a card for $40 off an order (minimum order $69). I might give it a try just out of curiosity, but wondered if ...

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Day 1 patches are becoming the norm these days. The most recent example of a game abusing the system is Medal Of honor: Warfighter. The game was shipped out barely running and a huge Day 1 patch was put out to essentially make the game playable.

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Pigs, lambs, goats, steer, and veal were going for anywhere from $4/lb (live weight) to $8/lb - not including the wacky outliers of $16 or $20/lb bids. Even at the cheapest bid, we figured it would be $2/lb for an animal, which doubles after you add in processing and disposal, etc.

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Salmon wiggle was a home made cream sauce, canned salmon and peas...I alway thought my dad made the name up! since we're talking about late 40's/early 50's, it was probably canned peas ( somehow LeSeur Baby Peas springs in to the old memory bank).

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Harters Apr 24, 2011 02:43 PM I use Yeo Valley organic butter which is always available where I am. I use Yeo Valley organic butter which is always available where I am. Reply

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The Best Easter Baskets for Everyone in Your Life Staub, Le Creuset & All-Clad Cookware Down as Much as 55% 7 Great Coffee Makers to Turn You into an At-Home Barista

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(BTW - my lobster bible is Jasper White's "Lobster at Home" - the information, cooking tips, times, guidelines, and diagrams in the Lobster Primer section takes up the first 40 pages alone. Highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good lobster cookbook.

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Live in the united kingdom and have been wanting a membership for a while but there is no accepted payment type for me. Any idea if GB intend on addi

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EVE vs WOW I've recently gained an extra 6-7 hours a free time a week and want to pick up an MMO. I've played WOW on and off for the past 5 years but it usually short-lived.

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Like so many terms in British English, it's possible that the use of "cuppa" is at least partly dictated by class/socioeconomic level. I've certainly heard it used by some of my English relatives/friends who live in the South but not by others, and never by the ones who live in the North and are quite well off.

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In the Armenian neighborhood of Glendale, Los Angeles, Armen and his family have been serving up mini kabobs to hungry to loyal customers for more than thirty years! Every morning they start whipping together fresh ingredients - fresh potatoes, red ripe tomatoes, and grandma’s special hummus recipe.

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@emem: Thanks for the insight guys, I didn't think about people using "credit" since my card is really a debit, I cut up all my credit cards years ago. My issues with PayPal is since its tied to my bank account and my debit it still always tells me it will take 3 business days to process a payment, so I don't get that instant purchase that I want.

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lgss Feb 12, 2010 03:04 AM re: paulj It can also be soaked like one soaks dried beans. It can also be soaked like one soaks dried beans. Reply Will Owen Feb 12, 2010 04:53 PM I grew up eating the canned stuff on a regular basis, almost always just heated with butter, salt and pepper. I really liked it...

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Bought a bag of 'Thai Green Curry Crackers' from Marks and Spencer in Hong Kong. It must be one of the worst tasting snacks made by man. The taste can be described as what you would get, if Styrofoam could rot! Shouldn't have tasted it since the smell alone is enough to make one gag!!

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Recently on a variety TV program here in Japan, there was a segment on eating habits of Japanese viewed from a foreigner's perspective. On a "gaijin" panel (with representatives from all the major continents), they all rallied on the question, why do Japanese make so much noise when eating noodles?

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It's a real shame that netflix killed video rental stores. Game rentals were so dependent on movie rentals places that when netflix came about they blew them both up. Movie rentals are better than ever now with online services like Netflix but game rentals are still trying to find their new home.

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Read the storing olive oil, not in the fridge! discussion from the Chowhound General Discussion, Olive Oil food community. Join the discussion today. ... 18 Comments Latest Oct 22, 2008 by lgss. More from Chowhound. Recipe Round-Ups 11 Ways to Use Every Last Bit of Leftover Easter Ham.

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If this game had real fast travel there would be so many dead horses... 1 year ago. NTM. Follow 12004. Forum Posts. 38. Wiki Points. 0 ... Dutch being a piece of shit and Micah working with the government are both apparently a lot more obvious on the second playthrough. Apparently there's several times where you can see Molly wanting to talk to ...

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True, but cover art used to be interesting and iconic, I can't think of any recent (last 10 years) album arts that are praised. Remember the sg. pepper art, pink floyd art, daft punks debut album? They're all known as pretty much transcending album art, to being culture symbols. I still think there's a lot of cool album art being made today.

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At her NYC chocolate shop Stick With Me Sweets, Susanna Yoon (formerly of Per Se) makes edible miniature works of art. These colorful, marbleized, portable chocolate domes are packed with the flavors and textures of some of Susanna’s favorite desserts, which include a kalamansi meringue pie, and the vero, a silver blue bonbon that houses a mix of sea salt caramel and crunchy pecan bits.

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The other night I bought 2 2.5 lbs live lobsters at Shop Rite. They steamed them at the store. We ate the claws and legs 1st, when I opened up the tails both had a black liquid running from the body into the tails.

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(I cannot tell for the life of me whether or not this topic would go here or special diets. I am sorry if it's wrong.) I follow a couple of "fit food" blogs & what-not because they have some awesome substitutes that are super-simple, especially for desserts.

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When a special occasion comes up (birthday, engagement, baby birth), I like to be unique and not send the cliched flower arrangement. I'm looking for suggestions for interesting (preferably food oriented) flower arrangement-like things that can be sent through the mail with a minumum of effort on my part (order by phone or web, give credit card, arrangement shows up within 2 days with no ...

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Thanksgiving relish tray? New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. buckeye.mary | Nov 5, 2008 07:30 AM 115.

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I'm not a "royal" fan but Prince Charles's Duchy Originals pet project, which makes marmalades, jams, biscuits etc. etc. from specially chosen local producers - and are probably "organic" make EXCELLENT marmalades - blood orange is my current fave.

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Wally Sachs Dec 3, 2002 01:44 PM re: Jo Please post the E-mail address for Essex St.pickles or Guss' pickles. Their phone number will do as well. Their phone number will do as well. Thanx, Wally Sachs

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A friend of mine had a sauce made with the squid ink itself along with clams in the shell on the black pasta. It was beautifully black. This was, of course, served in Italy. Check out "ink sauce" in Google.

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I EAT the sage that I grow, so I hope this query is appropriate here, rather than on the NAF board: My enormous green sage plant has shot up buds that are now blossoming, first time for this puppy. My purple one is small and has no shoots.

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