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This isn't really style related but I felt I had to share it. If you have ever even considered adding bee's to the backyard this is the way to do it. These guys invented a beehive that gives honey without disturbing the bee's.   Gentleman's beehive
Hey guys,   I bought some new socks and thought I would share them with you. Here's the background story:   I found New Laundry from one of the ads running on this forum and after looking around their site I decided to buy 3 of their sock packs. I chose the Exec II, the Dreamer II, and the Prepster. I also received a bonus pair of socks because they were running a promo for first time orders. Here is a picture of the shipment:        I also picked up 3 cedar...
I have two pizza's to share if you are interested in trying them. My wife and I make these at home and are quite pleased with them.   Pizza #1 Olive oil (for the sauce) Pears Goat cheese Dates Thyme   Pizza #2 Fig jam (for the sauce)  Prosciutto Gorgonzola   Bake, let cool.   Top with Arugula salad:   Baby Arugula Nice olive oil Balsamic vinegar Minced shallot salt pepper lemon zest (optional) Honey (optional - If you use...
Great divides wood aged double IPA is one of my favorites.  
Everyone has different taste but Cragganmore is the only scotch I hated so much that I gave it away after one drink.
I have had the shun kaji for about 1 1/2 years and have been very pleased with it so far.   http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/shun-kaji-chefs-knife/
~$40k / year installing hard wood floors (1996-2004) $10 / hour wiring houses for low voltage for 5 months. Then reached out for the sales job, got it, went to 35k base plus commission with bene's. (2004) $45 base plus commission with bene's working in sales at a datacenter (2007) None of your business - part owner of the datacenter, part owner of a webhosting company, part owner of a managed service provider (2012)   You gotta pay your dues. Keep reaching out...
Spammer. Huge ROI and easy to do legally. 
People who haven't read the books.      
  It's easier to clean and maintain.   I have tri-ply SS pans with aluminum cores and enamel coated cast iron as well as raw cast iron pans. They all have their place in my arsenal. I personally would take raw cast iron over poorly made SS any day because it would produce a better sear and I don't mind the maintenance. You may prefer the convenience of SS.   If you want to go budget and still get performance choose anodized aluminum cookware from one of the better brands. 
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