Archive For May 31, 2015

Hi Kim, It’s been a while since you’ve seen these kids

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Hi Kim, It’s been a while since you’ve seen these kids: thought you’d like to see how Strut (almost 5 years) and Spring (just turned 3) have turned out. They are our wonderful kids!

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Test

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Test http://servicelinks.altervista.org/?q=node%2F1

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Very interesting… it appears that mitochondrial mutations may not b

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Very interesting… it appears that mitochondrial mutations may not be responsible for aging after all. And it might be reversible. http://www.nature.com/srep/2015/150522/srep10434/full/srep10434.html

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For today: burgers

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For today: burgers. Grind my own meat, a mixture of sirloin, brisket, and some Wagyu Beef Tallow. Sous-vide at 120F, chilled for a minute in an ice bath, then deep fried at 375F (in canola oil: it’s what’s in the deep fat fryer currently) for a minute. Topped with a weave of the home made…

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It’s been a good food weekend

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It’s been a good food weekend

It’s been a good food weekend: yesterday’s feast, today’s upcoming feast. And I sliced and packaged the home made bacon. A pork belly, cured for a week in local cold-pressed apple cider, molasses and salt, then cold smoked on cherry wood for 10 hours. Thin and thick sliced on the meat slicer, and vacuum packed…

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Yesterday’s low and slow smoked pork baby back ribs…

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Yesterday’s low and slow smoked pork baby back ribs…

Yesterday’s low and slow smoked pork baby back ribs, roasted carrots with harissa, crême fraîche, and cilantro, and potato salad with sour cream, dill, red onion, and scalions worked.

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Hey Graham Snyder!

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Hey Graham Snyder! http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/05/150507145328.htm

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Alright, teaching fighting’s over…

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Alright, teaching fighting’s over, meal planning’s over, and the few missing ingredients are in flight. Tomorrow, we’ll start off with home-made (by Irene) bagels with cream cheese and lox and French scrambled eggs. Then some snacking on cheese and crackers, then the smoked, bacon-wrapped, cheese-filled jalapenos, and the meal of slow low smoked pork baby…

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Boosting the signal one more time…

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Boosting the signal one more time, because this is an awesome product and it’s getting into swimming season. This swim monitor was invented by my brother, an ER doctor, whose heart was being broken by having to treat children who drown in swimming pools, often under the supervision of parents and lifeguards, because (contrary to…

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Facebook Post @ 1432162776#851

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