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Old 04-13-2008, 11:21 AM   #21
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oh, yes, I can......I haven't told you all the "family's secrets" so far........... hahaha.........and by the way it's happened on the stove top........
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Old 04-13-2008, 03:12 PM   #22
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I guess that's another reason why I like my method of cutting the peppers in half and flattening them before broiling - don't have to turn them and don't have to worry about them exploding
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Old 04-13-2008, 03:40 PM   #23
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oh, yes, I can......I haven't told you all the "family's secrets" so far........... hahaha.........and by the way it's happened on the stove top........
My fiasco was my first and last. Now I *always* poke a couple of nice slits
with my knife.
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Old 04-13-2008, 07:32 PM   #24
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My fiasco was my first and last. Now I *always* poke a couple of nice slits
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you're a quick learner, mb! Your posts have been interesting, thanks!!
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you're a quick learner, mb! Your posts have been interesting, thanks!!
Thanks. Yours too. What are you doing in one of those "-stan" countries?
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this "stan" has huge mineral, copper, and oil & gas resources. and very stable thanks to the current president..we're here to help develop their oil resources........it is not one of the big Amerian oil companies by the way
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this "stan" has huge mineral, copper, and oil & gas resources. and very stable thanks to the current president..we're here to help develop their oil resources........it is not one of the big Amerian oil companies by the way
Thanks. Just you be careful there darlin'. What is the food like?
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Old 04-14-2008, 10:47 AM   #28
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Thanks, mb, the food is great! Not crazy about horsemeat but everything else is wonderful!!
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Thanks, mb, the food is great! Not crazy about horsemeat but everything else is wonderful!!
I first had horsemeat during a Junior Year Abroad program with Cal. I like it!
Game meat is one of my favorites. I will have to google your adopted
country to check out the cuisine.
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I bet this roaster could also be used for grilling baguette slices
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