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Colors are off, unfortunately.

Looks good here. On the walls, not so much.
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Oh, I quite like the green. satisfied.gif
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NORE sandwich?
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NORE sandwich?

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you're getting there rambro. couple tips: be careful when you're scoring the skin ... you don't want to cut through to the meat (this will keep those checks from looking so huge). and if anything, i think maybe a little longer on the final high-temp to get a little better browning (even if you have to cut back on the low-temp roast). did it seem dry? doesn't look like it would.
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you're getting there rambro. couple tips: be careful when you're scoring the skin ... you don't want to cut through to the meat (this will keep those checks from looking so huge). and if anything, i think maybe a little longer on the final high-temp to get a little better browning (even if you have to cut back on the low-temp roast). did it seem dry? doesn't look like it would.

I hit 156 on a close to bone reading. I took it out quickly before going to 425 and read the temp at a few more spots. All were over 170, some 180, and I couldn't find anything lower than 165. I put it in at 425 for 20 min. Didn't want to leave it in longer as I was afraid it would start to dry out the meat. Still juicy.
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Tuna belly
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Anybody else get the email invite to a dinner at Bouchon LV hosted by Keller?
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If you go, could I ask you to have Tommy sign a salt shaker for me?
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If you go, could I ask you to have Tommy sign a salt shaker for me?

This is possibly the most win post you've ever made. laugh.gif
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If you go, could I ask you to have Tommy sign a salt shaker for me?

Please write out his name in the proper, respectful way: THMS KLLR.
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Never wrong with this :) 

 

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I like to wear bright colors and patterns that most other men wouldn't dare wear. I do this because it is an expression of my style and I don't need anyone telling me that what I have donned today is "too over the top" or whatever. So I started this thread for those of you who fancy short jackets, fitted pants with no break, 3" cuffs, spread collars, bright colors and odd jackets that would make some of these clothing experts lose it. This thread is for you. For you who aren't boxed in by corporate correct dress. Post your style. Cross-post it. Here you won't be judged. After all, this is StyleForum, isn't it?
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NORE sandwich?

fuck you, pal.
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^^^
pretty sure he's referring to the bris-schlong-on-a-bun NORE served his wife.
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