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Fisher in front of the snowy window.
I'm proud to say that I won over Fisher after three months of hanging out frequently at Greg and Courtney's place. This cat is a hard nut to crack, but I am sure that feeding the little mercurial bastard food for a weekend helped my cause a bit.
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This beautiful Fisher is sticking out it's tongue while, Robert takes it's picture..
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April 23: Heading into Brisbane CBD tonight, I detoured through Brisbane Square. These fascinating ball sculptures are randomly scattered throughout the square. They appear to be covered in what looks like metal food steamer trays. Truly bizarre!
This photograph was taken on my Nokia mobile phone.
Philips Avent Food Steamer & Blender @ S$120 *SOLD*
- Letting go Philips AVENT SCF870/21 Combined Baby Food Steamer and Blender for S$120.
- Rarely used, hence condition is 9.5/10.
- Price is negotiable for serious buyers.
- Cash & carry @ Pasir Ris.
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Ceiling detail with painted ceramic plates and copper and bronze cookware. Pizza oven with wooden fire, and pizza maker's corner. Shot in Italian restaurant "il Milanese", Floresti, near Cluj. The place is easily accessible, by the main road, just a few kilometers west from the city's west exit. Floresti will probably become part of the rapidly expanding city in the upcoming years, some already consider it so.
Back to the venue, this is one of the the best pizza places in and around the city. Some say that they make better pizza than in Italy. We sometimes drive out and have lunch or supper there. It's often faster and easier to drive out, than to cross the city by car. And the food is well worth it.
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I'm going to find some way to soften the lighting on my tabletop set up. And maybe get lights with matching color temps, that would make things easier.
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Pot Roast (Boneless Chuck0 with New Potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and onions with Butternut Squash.
All of the products were bought at Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market in Whittier. All of the products especially the meat were outstanding.
June 28, 2009
Today was a rainy day and it called for some comfort food. I made pot roast + some honey roasted potato, carrot, pumpkin + blanched green beans + maze :)
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VISIONS GLASS COOKWARE - GLASS COOKWARE
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VISIONS 1 liter saucepan with lid.
Just an attempt to capture the beauty of VISIONS amber glass-ceramic cookware in action. Color-enhanced and sharpened in GIMP.
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SCHOOL BUS COOKIE JAR - COOKIE JAR
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1975-77 Blue Bird/Ford school bus
For some reason, old school buses fascinate me. Unfortunately for photo opportunities, I no longer live in a place where there are half a dozen of them built into every hillside...
This particular example has a Ford chassis and Blue Bird body; dating to after 1975 (when Blue Bird adopted a squared-off roof cap for the rear end) and before 1977 (when the firm eliminated the fixed rear-side window from its design). Interestingly, the bus looked to have been "imported" into Wisconsin from another state; since it was equipped with eight-way combination red/amber flashers.
School Bus - Old Nissa Fortress - Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
We saw the friendly school children again as they were leaving the fortress. They were really packed into the school bus (i.e. standing room only). The best part is that the bus was a "BMW" - do they have "Pimp My Ride" in Turkmenistan?
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COOK COUNTY TAX SEARCH. TAX SEARCH
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Tax Research Techniques, Eighth Edition
Tax Research Techniques is designed to aid tax advisers and researchers in the development of their research skills. The book employs a systematic approach to tax problems based on essential research procedures. It provides specific examples of how to use the book's research techniques effectively in both tax compliance and tax planning engagements.
In addition, a case study illustrates the various working papers that go into a client file.
It also will sharpen your knowledge on these 5 key tax procedures:
· How to Get the Facts
· How to Ask Expert Questions
· How to Search for the Right Authority
· How to Resolve the Question
· How to Communicate Your Conclusions
Where are those taxes?
Searching for the lost 2008 tax papers. Who knew you needed them the next year? Well i guess Jeff did. We can't find them tho! Uh oh! We could find mine from 2005, 2006, 2007,...
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Since the mid-1990s almost all OECD countries have engaged in fundamental reforms of their tax systems. There is a trend towards higher social security contributions and lower tax rates on personal and corporate income. This paper explores whether these tax policy measures are effective means for reducing unemployment and accelerating economic growth. Using a Pissarides type search model with endogenous growth, we analyze how savings and the incentive to create new jobs are affected by revenue-neutral tax swaps between wage income taxes, payroll taxes, capital income taxes and taxes levied on capital costs. In our framework, cutting the capital income tax (reducing the double taxation of dividend income) financed by a higher payroll tax turns out to be superior, such a policy mix fosters both employment and growth. Most other tax reforms imply a trade-off between employment and growth.
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COOK ISLANDS IMMIGRATION - ISLANDS IMMIGRATION
Cook Islands Immigration - Pork In A Slow Cooker.
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Justin Friend - Travel Guide & a PNG Chief
Justin Friend was our most welcome guest on Wednesday evening, 7 September 2011. Had Justin wished to give his talk a title, it might have been “Strange Goings-on in the Islands of the Pacific”. Introduced by our own veteran of world travel, Wayne Kearns, Justin’s topic was not precisely defined, but his presentation was a story of enterprise, adventure, (and at times misadventure), comedy, cultural exploration, gastronomic experience, and much else besides – and very entertaining.
Justin is the Expedition Programme Manager for Orion Cruises, with the responsibility for developing the expedition side of operations. He arrived at our meeting straight from the airport, having just got back from a visit to Hamilton Island. His talk, however, took us to many more exotic places than Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, notwithstanding the many qualities of that natural wonder of the world.
Space does not permit me to give a detailed account of all his experiences, so those who had the misfortune to miss the evening will have to do with some of the highlights. Justin “cut his teeth” in Papua New Guinea, where he shared life with the villagers to the extent that he became a village chieftain – with the right, as we understood it, to as many wives as he chose. As he showed us in one of the slides, he wore a necklace of ten shells, each one representing one wife: but as he assured us when questioned by Phillip Chee, he confined his uxorial activities to the wife he had already.
The Solomon Islands claimed that Justin was the saviour of tourism to their nation. When Justin visited a beautiful lake there, he discovered that the cliffs which surrounded it made it inaccessible for tourists. He was determined avoid speaking English, which meant evading the company of the only other English speaker on the island, a policeman from New Zealand. He endured for some days, in tropical temperatures, before discovering that the officer was the occupant of the only air-conditioned accommodation available. Boredom was only relieved by looking at the wreck of the “World Discoverer”, a cruise ship which had run aground some years before and had been looted during the civil war which had been raging in the Islands. Life got rather less boring when, as a part of the somewhat lurid political life of the Solomon Islands, Sir Allan Kemakeza (at various times Prime Minister, Leader of the Opposition, Minister for various things, and alleged wheeler-dealer), was arrested and served a term in prison for (inter alia) plotting against the government.
Justin regaled us with plenty of other stories. Four hundred soldiers went on strike while he was visiting East Timor: he found himself surrounded by hundreds of guys with guns – an unsettling experience. In Indonesia on one of the islands, he met a man who claimed knowledge of sundry Australian ports and towns, all across the top end. When questioned about the source of his knowledge, the man cheerfully admitted that he had visited, and been returned from, various immigration detention centres. In the same place he was offered flying fox for dinner – it tasted at least as bad as it smelt. Another gourmet experience was gutted frog – according to Justin, marginally less revolting than the fruit bat. In Dili he was accommodated in a house which had electricity, but no switches. The only way of turning off the light was to remove the bulb, which resulted in severely singed fingers. In Rabaul he was photographed sitting on a 1000lb bomb (that’s about 454.5 kilograms), and lived to tell the tale.
Finally to Malakula, an island in the Vanuatu Franco-British condominium. The first European discovery is believed to have been by a Spanish explorer named de Quiros. Typically for the time (1606) he made landfall, shot the natives who were silly enough to show themselves, declared himself king and knighted his entire crew. This called into question his sanity, and somewhat diminished the credibility of his discovery. The Frenchman Bougainville was next, closely followed by our old mate James Cook. It is said that the name of the island was derived from the French phrase “mal au cul”, (which literally means “pain in the backside”), owing to the combination of cannibalism, volcanic eruptions and other unpleasant aspects of it which would have displeased both Bougainville and Cook. However, that is by the by, because it was here that Justin came into contact with a culture remarkable for its fascination and its diversity.
He was taken to a deep hole in the ground, which he described as having a spiritual quality unlike anything else he had experienced. In this hole was the story of creation – stones as the origins of civilisation, skulls as the sons of civilisation, limestone as the keeper of souls. There was the sound of wind, representing the soul of every human being. Every baby must receive a soul from this place. And so the story is perpetuated. Justin saw pottery 5-10 thousand years old; stone phalluses to s
Cuban cook Mrs. Maria Hidalgo from Cuba gave a Cuban cuisine demonstration at Expressiones Cultural Center in New London. A great experience that provided us a new vision of Cuba, its culture and its inhabitants. Public could see and try the flavors and richness of the Cuban cuisine. Cuban cuisine is a fusion of Spanish, African and Caribbean cuisines. Cuban recipes share spices and techniques with Spanish and African cooking, with some Caribbean influence in spice and flavor. A small, but noteworthy, Chinese influence can also be accounted for, mainly in the Havana area. For historical reasons, the Cuban population was not equally distributed along the island. Africans were a majority in the sugar cane plantations, but in most of the cities they constituted a minority. Tobacco plantations were inhabited mainly by poor Spanish peasants, mostly from the Canary Islands. The eastern part of the island also received massive quantities of French, Haitian and Caribbean immigrants, mainly during the Haitian Revolution, as well as seasonal workers for the sugar cane harvest, while the western part did not, receiving instead European, mostly Spanish, immigration well into the 1950s. Thus Cuban cuisines developed locally, from the influences and demographics specific to each area. Cuban cuisine is very different from Mexican cuisine, a fact which sometimes comes as a surprise to visitors from Canada, the United States or Europe. While Mexican cuisine is primarily a mix of Spanish and Aztec traditions, Cuban food has been influenced by many traditions, owing to the complex history of the Caribbean area.
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COOKIE JAR PIG : JAR PIG
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Cookie Jar Pig
Western Pig Cookie Jar - Natural Light
Andy Warhol, whose collection of cookie jars is quite famous, has this exact same style of jar.
A little blurry, but I wanted to show it in natural light.
Piggy Cookie jar bought for me by my parents in 1982, he is a Tony Woods Studio Pig, he has travelled all over the country with me each time I moved house...
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HOW TO COOK T BONE STEAK. T BONE STEAK
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Age: Do you really need to know? Not old enough to be collected as antique, but old enough to be in the rubbish bin!
Where you're from: Fort Worth, Texas
Eye color: Right eye = Brown. Left eye after the accident = sort of a mess.
Hair color: black, whatever I got left.
Favorite sport: Shooting.
Does sleep count as a sport? If so, I am very good at that!
Favorite colours: Black, gray and green.
Favorite band: Tom Waits. He is not a band, but he is my favorite contemporary musician.
Siblings: One younger sister.
Piercings: none, one possibly through my brain.
Hobbies: Cooking, sculpting, drawing, model building, reading, shooting, collecting old firearms.
1. If you could meet one person, dead or alive, who would it be and why?
2. What did you wanna be when you grew up?
A dentist, a historian, a good cook and I want to look like Captain Jack Harkeness.
3. What's your biggest asset?
Ability to make friend, talking to people, and ability to sleep.
4. What's your favorite late night snack?
Left over pizzas or steaks...fried chickens are good too!
5. If money were no object, what would you like to do?
Collect weird and old militarias. Volunteer for archeological digs. Travel and eat my way through the world like Anthony Bourdain.
6. Name one talent you wish you had.
Photographic memory and ability to write well.
7. If you knew then, what you know now.
I would have kept my mouth shut and my head down, fly under the radar.
8. Would you rather take a dip in a lake or in the ocean?
Lake, cause I don't like dry salt on my skin, nasty and sticky. But I rather drown in an ocean, much more interesting place to deposit my bones.
9. What are your 2 favorite movies?
This is a hard one. I got so many! Amelie and Groundhog Day for now. I change my mind on daily bases; depends on how I feel.
10. List 3 things you'd like to achieve in 2011.
1. To do well in school, get to my ultimate goal in the end.
2. To be in better physical shape
3. Not to be alone.
This picture of me as some a tin-pot country's guerrilla leader!
Sous Vide FAIL - The best beef? Maybe not.
So I wanted to try this new fangled sous vide low-temperature cooking. Bought a not-so-special T-Bone / Porterhouse and vacuumed it with a bit of steak pepper and herb salt. Got my styrofoam cooler and added a hole in the top for a little silicone tube, and some drainage holes. Hot water collects in the funnel, flows through tube to the bottom of the cooler and drains just under the lid. Thermometer pierced through lid to do whatever it is that thermometers do. Just over 7 hours at 55°C. Searing in hot pan produces lots of smoke, little else. The meat is tender throughout, but I miss the range of textures you get from a "traditional" steak: crispy on the outside, with a juicy pink centre and melt-in-your-mouth fat... This steak was greasy and tallowy, with a hint of fishiness, though (to be fair, I don't know how far the method is to blame for the Flavour Fail).
I will definitely not try this again for steak. I may give it another try for some other cut of meat.
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We had such an awesome 2009 around here that I was looking for a way to make 2010 even more exciting for us.
I came up with an idea to keep me sharp on my cooking toes. I decided to play a game where I would make a new food every week for 52 weeks. I want to focus on traditional type dishes that I have never cooked successfully before--things like lasagna, beef wellington, tamales, etc.
This is me working on cooking the 2nd meal for this game, orange chicken. I am using my cast iron wok! Cast Iron is my favorite.
Don't I look domestic in an apron? Note the Kitchenaid Mixer opposite me in the frame.
Cooking in 10 Minutes
This is my favourite "some other titles" back cover in the world.
"I for one would hate to take part in a game of poker if I had not read this book against an opponent who had..."
And why do I imagine that Make Your Own Soft Toys is a gallery of horrors?
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Rosemary Conley Slow Cooker
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My Sunday morning cup of tea in my new Cath Kidston Mug.
Reading the Rosemary Conley GI Diet book at the moment as I tried a week of it last week with great success.
Rosemary Conley's house
Ironic the diet guru Rosemary Conley lives in a town called Quorn!
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Pig: King of the Southern Table
A nose-to-tail guide to the very best Southern pork recipes, from award-winning food writer James Villas
Though beef, poultry, and fish all have their place in Southern cuisine, one animal stands snout and shoulders above the rest—the mighty pig. From bacon to barbecue, from pork loin to pork belly, James Villas's Pig: King of the Southern Table presents the pride of the South in all its glory. 300 mouth-watering recipes range from the basics like sausages, ribs, and ham to creative ideas involving hashes, burgers, gumbos, and casseroles.
A North Carolina native, Villas doesn't just provide great pork recipes but also brings the spirit of Southern cooking alive with tasty cultural and historical tidbits and favorite recipes from beloved restaurants like Louis Osteen's on Pawley's Island and Crook's Corner in Chapel Hill. With gorgeous full-color photography and recipes from Maryland to Louisiana and everywhere in between, Pig is the definitive take on the South's favorite animal.
Includes 300 recipes for pork dishes of all kinds, including appetizers, soups, sides, rice dishes, and even breads
Features recipes like Cajun Boudin Rice Sausage, Bacon-Wrapped Pork Loin with Dates and Walnuts, Mississippi Spice-Stuffed Baked Ham, and Collard Greens with Pork Belly
Offers more than just recipes—the book includes a pig-parts primer, a glossary of pig cooking terms, and cooking tips and sidebars throughout
Written by James Villas, winner of two James Beard Journalism Awards and former food and wine editor of Town & Country magazine for 27 years
Whether you're planning the perfect summer barbecue or just looking for new ideas for family dinners, Pig shares the secrets of great Southern cooking with every corner of the nation.
Cheesy Pork Stew
Country Style Pork Shoulder cooked in a crock pot with half an onion and a whole small head of garlic, along with some spices, cayenne pepper, pepper, salt, and paprika. After they were done (a hour on low and two hours on high) I emptied all but about a third cup up the juices and added a little milk, a couple tablespoons of cornstarch, a couple spoons of cream cheese, some parmesan, some mozzarella cheese and a teaspoon of beef boullion... I was experimenting with this one so I don't really have much of a recipe, but the sauce came thick, rich and full of great flavor. Served over rice.
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What Bill Bryson did for trees and walking shoes and Mark Kurlansky did for cod, Peter Kaminsky now does for pork in Pig Perfect 'I love ham and I love this book.' -Annie Dillard o you crave a juicy pork chop? An old-time country ham? Or maybe some Southern-style barbecue? Then you'll want to join Peter Kaminsky on his pilgrimage in search of the perfect pig. Part travelogue, part cookbook, part naturalist's encounter, and part love letter, Kaminsky's book takes us from Kentucky, Burgundy, and Madrid to the Yucatn and back to Brooklyn to tell the tale of the pig. From the wondrous techniques of tailgate chefs to Mayan home cooking, competitive barbecuing, and the ancient rite of the pig killing that has bound communities together over the centuries, Pig Perfect brings together an oddball pork-loving band of chefs, farmers, and food lovers and offers a tasty history of the oft underappreciated pig.
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