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Although there are some great cookbooks out there for a beginner like myself (The Way to Cook comes to mind), foodwishes.com has been the best resource. Chef John breaks down intimidating techniques and ingredients so well, making all of his video recipes very easy to follow. For me, the hardest part about becoming comfortable in the kitchen was not being sure whether or not I was doing was correct. Since, the videos offer so much great detail all of the guesswork has...
Had people over last night, should be on around 4ish for some early games. If anyone wants to join shoot me a text. I can't stand ransoms.
we do it
"Quit saving and buy that double wide you pieeccee off shit!"
That's suicide, but I'll try it.
This is how to use an Elmer Fudd Class
Nothing pisses me off more than someone who is a lousy tipper, especially the people who try to justify the shitty tip with some backwards ass logic. Last week I had knee surgery so I am either in a wheelchair or on crutches, and this past weekend was my girlfriends birthday. Since, I was in a lot of pain we had to postpone our original plans until October so we went to a great local restaurant instead. When we approached the door of the restaurant the manager/bartender...
LOL Albert. The knee is alright, but I can't put any weight on it for 4-6 weeks. It's funny that you mentioned that chair lift or whatever the fuck it's called, because my friends and I were joking around about that same exact thing a couple of days ago.
I had knee surgery last week and can't do anything so Netflix streaming has been a godsend. I've watched a lot of stuff so far and really enjoyed "Exit Through the Gift Shop" and "Harry Brown." Let's keep the suggestions coming guys!
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