I was wondering if anyone has done this position before or has known or knows someone doing it. If so, can you give me a rundown of what skills are required and what a day would be like working in this position.
Originally Posted by GSquared
After last nights episode, I think that Ronnie may be bipolar. Crying and then becoming the hulk and then happy at the club.
I don't get how saying 'I'm going to bring 3 girls back to the smoosh room' and then getting mad at her for dancing because she did it in front of you. Guys a joke.
PS. Jwoww.... just ... wow. Love the outfit.
It seems that both of them are living in their own world. He...
Are you sure those are RL BL? The seams on the unaltered one is not the seams normally found of RL shirts.... I forget what the seam is called, I believe it is called a french seam where one of the line of stitches is covered.
There was an article on seriouseats that argued for the least amount of water. That way, it boils faster, returns to a boil faster after the pasta is added and more of the starches stay on the pasta which allows for better adherence of sauce. Also when you finish the pasta in the sauce, it makes for a slightly more smoother sauce because the pasta water added to the sauce can act as a thickening agent along with the surface starch on the pasta.
This is not rocket science:
Hot -> yes
Talks to you -> yes - - - Basically, she doesn't think you are a creep. Thus depending how you play it, you can sleep with her.
That's enough to continue on. You are not gonna marry her anything close to that. Besides, a hot girl increases you chances to meet even hotter girls with a personality you match up with. So what's there to lose? Since you are not that interested anyway, you can keep her at arm's left...
After you rinse the rice and pour the excess water, you have to let leave it alone for 30 minutes so the rice kernels absorb what little remaining water coating the rice. That way, you ensure perfect texture of the cooked rice and less water during boiling and less boiling time. When cooking, the ratio is 1 part rice, 1.25-1.50 part water(closer to 1.25). You can add a piece of kombu to the water if you like. Personally, I have mastered cooking rice in a pot on the...
Originally Posted by samus
On that note, it's annoying how people will now use extra-virgin for everything, regardless of appropriateness. E.g., high temp applications where all the money paid for those beautiful flavors goes up in smoke.
I used to believe this and still do but the more I read on how people in Italy cook, they use extra virgin olive oil for everything as well. It's used for deep frying as well which I found very...