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post #496 of 2972
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i've got a collection of those. my all-time favorite came after we ran a cover story on white asparagus. from one Rita K. Ramp (ritakramp?): I am a 62-year-old Grandmother and admittedly it has been a few years since I've had sex. Is that why your cover story of white asparagus looks like a lovely garden of slender penises? Don't know for sure whether it's legit, but i certainly hope so.
post #497 of 2972
Today I sat at the golf course enjoying the sun, the view, and a generous portion of Yellow Tail and Octopus sashimi. It made me very happy!
post #498 of 2972
Just picked up a 12" all-clad D5 fry pan
post #499 of 2972
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Just picked up a 12" all-clad D5 fry pan

wow mordecai, if just picking up a pan makes you that happy, imagine how you'll feel when you actually heat it up!
post #500 of 2972
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wow mordecai, if just picking up a pan makes you that happy, imagine how you'll feel when you actually heat it up!



Well played.

Imagine when there's food in it too.
post #501 of 2972
Am I the only one OCD about fry pan boxes? I like to keep my pans in their respective boxes & when I purchase a pan, I like to have & keep the original box. Many times, a pan w/o the box is a potential deal breaker for me. Am I the only one?
post #502 of 2972
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Am I the only one OCD about fry pan boxes? I like to keep my pans in their respective boxes & when I purchase a pan, I like to have & keep the original box. Many times, a pan w/o the box is a potential deal breaker for me. Am I the only one?

yes.
post #503 of 2972
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Today I sat at the golf course enjoying the sun, the view, and a generous portion of Yellow Tail and Octopus sashimi. It made me very happy!

damn man, when i lived near tesuque the only thing you could get was fry bread and chimayo chile. (not complaining about the latter)
post #504 of 2972
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Am I the only one OCD about fry pan boxes? I like to keep my pans in their respective boxes & when I purchase a pan, I like to have & keep the original box. Many times, a pan w/o the box is a potential deal breaker for me. Am I the only one?
I'm going to resist the urge to make a smart ass comment here and ask, seriously, why this is? What good does the box do? You're going to wash it out anyways before you use it, right? Ever been to a restaurant supply store? Nothing is boxed.
post #505 of 2972
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Am I the only one OCD about fry pan boxes? I like to keep my pans in their respective boxes & when I purchase a pan, I like to have & keep the original box. Many times, a pan w/o the box is a potential deal breaker for me. Am I the only one?
Has a guy in a velvet collared coat ever followed you around?
post #506 of 2972
No, but my assistant mentioned seeing someone like this on his way back from picking me up some of those stickers that come on Le Creuset dutch ovens.
post #507 of 2972
do you use them with the stickers on?
post #508 of 2972
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do you use them with the stickers on?

Obviously not. That's why the replacement stickers are necessary for when I'm not using them.
post #509 of 2972
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damn man, when i lived near tesuque the only thing you could get was fry bread and chimayo chile. (not complaining about the latter)

Yeah, you have to gain an appreciation for NM Cuisine. Hopefully taking in some Tomasitas posole and red chile for dinner. As for the Sushi, it's in Los Alamos and the guy doesn't do anything fancy but he gives me a lot, it is fresh (nothing is fresh anymore most is frozen then thawed), and a good price.
post #510 of 2972
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Obviously not. That's why the replacement stickers are necessary for when I'm not using them.

thank god. I was worried about you for a minute there.

Carry on...
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