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May 22nd 2009 3:28PM I like a split ring. That is, I like using a ring to keep the spoons together, but also like being able to take one off to use it, then put it back on the ring when it has been washed and dried.
Jun 25th 2008 12:53PM Matt, isn't that kind of a duxelles, rather than a tapenade?
Jun 4th 2008 12:30PM I absolutely love it. Seltzer is my main drink, which is good, since their syrups aren't so great. I'll have to look into some of Bob S's suggestions.
Apr 18th 2008 2:48PM I first read about this product on Jenna Fisher's myspace page. Jennifer was then her sister-in-law.
Mar 18th 2008 1:54PM Do recipes call for baking chocolate specifically? Or are you equating unsweetened chocolate with baking chocolate?
Cocoa + fat does not actually equal chocolate. I'd rather use a good quality unsweetened chocolate. Scharffenberger makes an excellent one. I believe Caillebut does, too.
Oct 29th 2007 4:46PM "Abortions have already happened on television, so that wouldn't necessarily have been a pioneering area to explore."
Has there been one on network television since "Maude"?
Aug 9th 2007 12:28PM I couldn't figure out why someone would spray Pam on a toilet seat.
I followed you link and found that, in fact, the brother used it on the bowl of a potty seat in order to make it easier to empty, not the seat of a toilet. Makes a lot more sense that way.
An oily toilet seat is just plain wrong. Sounds more like a prank.
May 18th 2007 7:27AM I'm puzzled, though. Daniel collapses in the Meade building, somewhere in Manhattan.
OK. I'll suspend disbelief to the extent that, when no town cars were available, Bradford's car seemed to be a better idea then, you know, just stepping onto the street and hailing a cab.
But why, exactly, did going to the nearest hospital involve driving along a country road??
Apr 9th 2007 3:15PM I'm particularly amused by Carla Gugino pushing an Edith Wharton adaptation, since she starred in an adaptation of Wharton's last (unfinished) novel, The Buccaneers, more than ten years ago.
Mar 29th 2007 5:44PM I don't watch any of the other I-talk-to-dead-people shows, but I have watched the first two episodes of Raines. I think the conceit of his talking to his own impression of the dead person is original and has much potential.
I particularly how the dead person changes as he learns more about them.