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Old 7th January 2012, 03:36 AM   #801
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Old 8th January 2012, 01:10 AM   #805
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Default Titanium Silicate? non-stick pans.

I tried one of these and was pleasantly surprised. The adds are not clear as to what exactly the composition is but it behaves like a vitreous enamel that basically nothing sticks to. I know Corning (business now sold to a German firm) sells this for light weight astronomical optics but here it seems too good to be true (750F does not kill it). BTW the amateur telescope making community went bonkers when Corning stopped making mirror blanks.
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Default duck

My midwinter duckstravaganza Peking duck, Crispy duck, Roast duck, Smoked duck. All cooked simultaneously over 12 hrs. (Peking duck takes 10hrs)

And my favorite new toy being attacked by an abominable snow beast.
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Looks yummy, think i just dribbled on my keyboard.
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Old 14th January 2012, 12:29 AM   #809
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Flank steak, pasta (of course) and what I what I like to call a "Bob Salad".
Butter letuice, Little green onion, Artichoke hearts, and high grade tomatoes.
The dressing is of course ---Blue Chese--- I understand that there are some people who dont like Blue Chese but they just dont know anything.
Yes I know that I don't spell well, I just eat well.
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Picture isn't as good as it should, but food is!

On the right hand, mushrooms filled with chopped garlic, onions, spanish ham and the inside part of the mushrooms themselves.

On the left hand, same ingredients, different procedure. Sliced mushrooms fried with chopped onions, garlic and spanish ham. Yum yum!!
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