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06-03-2015, 07:52 AM   #17491
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Anyone here do sous vide cooking?
Amazon had a promo code for $100 off the $200 Anova unit the other day.
Amazon.com: Anova Sous Vide Immersion Circulator - 120V Circulator Cooker (Black): Kitchen & Dining

Mine comes today, but being a serial griller/barbecuer I'm still on the fence about even using it.
Plans were to turn tough, cheaper priced beef into tender beef, searing over charcoal on a grill afterwards of course.
I'd still pan fry or grill my Spam though. :P
That's... interesting.

Sous vide Spam



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Ouch. Our "summer" has been a bit on the cold side, but I didn't know it was quite this much snow in the mountains still. Yes, they've had another 3-4 meters the last few days, but...

This is the top of one of the ski lift masts.
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they've had another 3-4 meters the last few days
That is some serious snow, would make it difficult to get to the store to buy a 3K.
06-03-2015, 05:50 PM   #17494
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That is some serious snow, would make it difficult to get to the store to buy a 3K.
Or really hard to get out of the store, if you'd just bought a K-3.

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Ouch. Our "summer" has been a bit on the cold side, but I didn't know it was quite this much snow in the mountains still. Yes, they've had another 3-4 meters the last few days, but...
Yeah, it snowed last night.
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Meanwhile I'm sitting in the garden at 23░C eating strawberries. Europe is a curious place
06-04-2015, 05:44 AM   #17497
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Meanwhile I'm sitting in the garden at 23░C eating strawberries. Europe is a curious place
They had a micro ice age over there once you know? About 500 years ago. Europe just does stuff like that every now and then.
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Meanwhile I'm sitting in the garden at 23░C eating strawberries. Europe is a curious place
Oh, after my exam yesterday, i sat outside in the sun and ate ice cream. And today I biked to uni wearing mittens.

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I sat on the deck yesterday evening sipping Jim Beam on the rocks and watching a pair of tufted titmice trying to mate.
Well at least he was trying to mate, I think she had a headache.
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Oh, after my exam yesterday, i sat outside in the sun and ate ice cream. And today I biked to uni wearing mittens.
Mittens ... now that is an object I haven't used in a looong time ...
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I sat on the deck yesterday evening sipping Jim Beam on the rocks and watching a pair of tufted titmice trying to mate.
Well at least he was trying to mate, I think she had a headache.
Been to a few bars like that, Rob - guys hitting on someone and getting knocked back to the amusement of the local bourbon drinkers.
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The package has arrived.

The package has arrived.


Thank you very much but there really was no need to do so. I hope you enjoy the contents of the package I sent you.
06-04-2015, 12:20 PM   #17503
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The package has arrived.

The package has arrived.

Thank you very much but there really was no need to do so. I hope you enjoy the contents of the package I sent you.
Yes, enjoying and a colleague may take one. Putting in new seals on one ... installed 675 1.4V hearing aid batteries for fun. Read that this works well/better than the current 1.5V 625's .... oops. Photo speak. DÚsolÚ Big P
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They had a micro ice age over there once you know? About 500 years ago. Europe just does stuff like that every now and then.
In Finland, we call it summer.
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