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Old 21st November 2012, 09:45 PM   #2161
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Ewww.

This is even worse:

Dan Pashman: Veggieducken: Why I Invented This Vegetarian Thanksgiving Centerpiece Masterpiece

I'm doing a celeriac/Yukon gold gratin and a lentil/wild mushroom potage.
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Old 21st November 2012, 09:53 PM   #2163
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I hate the little ****ers, they deserve to die.
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I'm doing a celeriac/Yukon gold gratin .
Did I serve that when you were here, I forgot? That with a little white truffle oil was probably the best veggie mate to great Burgundy that I ever had.
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Don't think so- I have a recipe posted on my website.

Gratin of Celery Root and Yukon Gold Potatoes

Superb with white Burgundy (we're cracking our last bottle of '93 Niellon Batard).
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A friend of mine raised turkey's one year, damn they are stupid. The red fox did not mind however. When he got the little turkeys, he had to get little chickens as well, so that they would teach the turkeys what the food/water bowls were for.
Also found out pigs are smarter than dogs. My farming experiences.
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Back off- or on-topic, depending on your inclination. The posted circuit uses a p-JFET, it's only simulation circuit and the JFET models may be unrealistic - but still, it sims with remarkably low THD20 of around -120 dbr at 4V amplitude into 600R. This is about the best I've ever managed with just 12 actives.
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Old 23rd November 2012, 09:47 AM   #2169
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Back off- or on-topic, depending on your inclination. The posted circuit uses a p-JFET, it's only simulation circuit and the JFET models may be unrealistic - but still, it sims with remarkably low THD20 of around -120 dbr at 4V amplitude into 600R. This is about the best I've ever managed with just 12 actives.
Looks good Linux.

What's THD20?

Can you post your BJT & FET models please. Where are they from?
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What's THD20?

Can you post your BJT & FET models please. Where are they from?
THD20: Total Harmonic Distortion at 20 kHz, from SPICE transient analysis.

The FET and BJT models were mostly downloaded from the NXP website a while ago. The 2sk170bl model is from forum member apparatusonitus, and the 2sk246 model (possibly unrealistic) is from madlabo (japan).
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