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post #1846 of 3089
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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

jeez.... are you the semantics police of the honey world? no, not in MY home, but someone else's home in NC. Maybe I should have said "hand made", or "hand harvested and hand packaged in a small batch process" as opposed to being harvested with an extractor and packaged by automated machines. And if you say honey is honey you clearly don't know much about honey.... a little touchy about honey today?

Honey badger don't care.
post #1847 of 3089
I want this for some strange reason, saw it on uncrate and am not sure wether I'm excited or terrified...
But either way I shall be picking up a bottle

http://www.masterofmalt.com/vodka/100000-scovilles-naga-chilli-vodka/
post #1848 of 3089
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Originally Posted by Fang66 View Post

Honey badger don't care.

but I'm telling you.... this shit is SERIOUSLY delicious! bounce2.gif you're missing out.
post #1849 of 3089
Made cottage cheese today. Really easy and difference is huge.
post #1850 of 3089
i'll tell you what's not making me happy: the mass amount of pizza i've been digesting into my body!
post #1851 of 3089
Temple oranges.
post #1852 of 3089
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

If I ever get to Japan, which I will (hay impolyt redface.gif ) I don't know what I would spend more money on, bonsai-related goods or food.
http://www.seriouseats.com/2012/02/snapshots-from-japan-street-fair-food-in-kyoto-slideshow.html#

can you really spend that much on bonsai stuff? The food gets expensive, Japan is still home to the $100 fruit. Lunches are cheap though, I have been eating garbage for the past week in Korea, I thought I'd enjoy pigging out on my own, but it's kinda weird feeling now and when I get back to my home I want to go straight to Chateau Robuchon for lunch and get 5 plates.
post #1853 of 3089
^ What if he really, really enjoys the feeling of having GIANT HANDS?
post #1854 of 3089
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

can you really spend that much on bonsai stuff?

Yes. Specimen trees are easily in the thousands of dollars, you have tools that are $100 or more, even if you just want to buy pottery you're looking at hefty cost, then shipping... I mean, even if you don't get specimen stuff, you can still pay 250 for a single tree and not even think about it... and to be frank, I would be buying a TON of bonsai and ikebana shit.

While on the topic... after the Sendai earthquake, I heard a story and never followed up with it but there was a bonsai master who had several trees that were worth millions (one was worth $16 million IIRC) and his studio was right on the fault line... no one had heard from him for weeks. frown.gif
post #1855 of 3089
Somebody seems to be raising really good looking, reasonably sized ducks around here finally. It makes me happy. Will know tomorrow if they are any good in fact.
post #1856 of 3089
My girlfriend knows me so well. This is what she got me for Valentine's Day/ my birthday.

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This is so much more exciting to me than immersion circulators and rotovaps. inlove.gif
post #1857 of 3089
what company/model? i've been looking for a good mortar and pestle
post #1858 of 3089
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post

My girlfriend knows me so well. This is what she got me for Valentine's Day/ my birthday.
2012-02-13235819.jpg
This is so much more exciting to me than immersion circulators and rotovaps. inlove.gif

pretty phallic looking pestle
post #1859 of 3089
It's Typhoon's Cast Iron, 750 ml model. Have no idea what people think of it, but they had it in a local kitchen supply store for about $50 and I fell in love with it. Really heavy and smooth. Feels great in my paws.
post #1860 of 3089
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Originally Posted by ehkay View Post

pretty phallic looking pestle

Life-size, as well.
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