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    Making Pasta

    You want thinner sheets for ravioli than fettuccine, linguine, etc.
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    Going MIA

    Off to Venice tomorrow. We'll spend two days in Venice, then board a small ship (460' long holding 265 passengers) and cruise the Adriatic along Croatia as far as Montenegro. We have land excursions every day. Then back to Venice for another two days and then home. I have mixed feelings...
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    What to do with Crab Apples

    :lol: We did the same!
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    Making Pasta

    Here ya go...
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    Making Pasta

    I have a KA brand pasta roller for my KA mixer. It's made in Italy, and it wouldn't surprise me if it's made by one of the major pasta machine manufacturers. It has a range of 1 (thickest) through 8, and I've found that 6 works well for ravioli. I've tried a ravioli mold and a ravioli...
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    What's for dinner Thursday, August 29, 2019?

    Mrs. T is out with the girls, and we're getting ready for a vacation, so it's cleaning out some leftovers. Cheeseburger on the grill, leftover caprese salad and beans.
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    What is the best material of cloth for cleaning kitchen and dining table?

    Polish a car? I don't even remember the last time I washed mine. It's been months. But that's why I have gray cars - you can hardly tell the difference.
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    Posting pics? Procedure?

    It's not just photos that I back up. It depends upon your comfort level with sensitive personal information being stored by a service where you have no idea who has access to it.
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    Posting pics? Procedure?

    I hope you are backing them up to an external device, because your laptop drive will fail at some point. I have three external drives that I rotate for backups. Back when I was working a young lady I was interviewing for an IT admin position disclosed that she lost all of her photos when her...
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    Whole Foods CEO on plant-based meat boom

    Here's Whole Foods CEO take on the plant based meat boom (Impossible Burger, Beyond Meat, etc).
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    8/28/2019 - National Red Wine Day Dinner

    It's National Red Wine Day! But I think we'll have white today. I'm about to head down to the lobster pound to pick up some lobster and steamers. Sides will be corn and cole slaw.
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    What are you eating Tuesday August 27. 2019?

    We generally don't eat cod, as it doesn't have much flavor. However, this popped up on my Youtube menu, and it seemed interesting, so I thought I would give it a try, as my basil is finally growing. Pretty...
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    8/25/2019 - Sean Connery's Birthday Dinner I think he was the best 007. Sometimes, you just can't replace the original. Dinner tonight was reheated pork ribs originally done on the smoker. Not as good as the first night, but still pretty darn good. The kitchen still smells like...
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    What are you eating Saturday August 24, 2019?

    Split chicken breasts on the charcoal Weber, caprese salads with tomatoes from the farmers market, roasted cauliflower.
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    Dinner Friday 8-23-2019

    Tater Tots hot dish sounds like a throwback to the 50's. For us tonight's dinner was cheeseburgers on the grill, oven fries.
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    8/22/2019 - Eat A Peach Day Dinner This is about the fruit, and not the 1972 album by the Allman Brothers Band. I'll be joining the celebration on this one. I picked up some peaches from the farmers market this weekend, and I've got...
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    Reverse searing - need advice

    I'm glad you clarified that. In your previous post it seemed like you were saying to set the oven at the desired final temperature of the meat, as you would set the water bath with sous vide, prompting RMM's question about setting the oven at 125.
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    Fresh herbs year round in northern climate

    Here's ATK's review...
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    8/20/2019 - World Mosquito Day Dinner

    World Mosquito Day, observed annually on 20 August, is a commemoration of British doctor Sir Ronald Ross's discovery in 1897 that female mosquitoes transmit malaria between humans. The mosquito is the world's deadliest animal, killing...
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    Reverse searing - need advice

    I've seared sous vide steaks and pork chops in a hot CI pan over a propane burner. Not something you want to do inside, as it generates a lot of smoke and spatters quite a bit. I do it outside or in the garage. I doubt that it changes the internal temperature much, as it only take seconds...
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    Dinner 8-19-2019 ~ Anniversary of the First Soap Box Dayton, OH

    Well, the Soap Box Derby has certainly gone downhill. Thunderstorms blew through, and we've dropped from 90 to 75. Because I can't count on dry weather for grilling, I'm making sous vide salmon for the first time. I picked up some really good tomatoes at the farmer's market this past...
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    8/18/2019 - National Fajita Day Dinner

    I've never cooked one either, but I've seen it in stores here in NH. Now that I have a circulator I'll have to give it a try. By the way, why is it called a Wilma burner?
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    8/18/2019 - National Fajita Day Dinner If you want to take the day off from cooking, you can find National Fajita Day Deals at some restaurants. I'll pass on fajitas and grill some steak tips...
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    Chef John's ACS

    Methinks Chef John has a sense of humor.
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    Chef John's ACS

    Chef John calls it goulash, and not American Chop Suey, so he's obviously not from New England. Still, it's a childhood favorite courtesy of the lunch ladies.
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