Homeschooling is where it's @ ! It's the only way you can stay in control anymore. Of course kids have attention deficit, but it's not a disorder - they're kids!
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I really need to learn how to take my hands off my staff.
The cow isnt their god. It inst worshiped. It is cared for cause it is a source of food, milk, and it is a work horse. Imagine severely improvised times when a single cow would keep a whole group of people from starving to death. The cow represents the supreme symbol of life, it gives life. It is only considered sacred for those reasons a Hindu can never kill a cow. In fact, to a Hindu all killing of animals is considered wrong.
Many Hindus will not be offended if you are eating beef, but they wont eat it themselves.
Hopefully your taster will be back in good working order by the time the stout is ready.
Yes. It's rough to go through life without being able to taste your homebrew. Good luck!
suho - bosnian ; that's what was bugging me
what brand is the croatian ajvar? Better than the macedonian stuff?
So, with the "dryness" - would you not eat meat if they were vegetarian or skip cheese if they were lactose intolerant? Just saying, that's their choice - it's your house. Not trying to start a family feud, just wondering.
Yeah, I suppose it would be suvo govedina or govedja? A bit of German is about as far east as my language knowledge goes.
Podravka ajvar. You know, I'd have to do a taste test to really tell. Its good, but I like every kind I've bought so far...I generally pick the cheapest!
Re dryness, its more just avoiding making them uncomfortable...they might be fine with it, but its no skin off my nose to keep the slivo put away, and I wouldn't want to be sitting in the corner downing plum brandy if no one else wanted any! Sort of like not serving bacon when Muslims were invited to dinner, or a big joint of roast beef should I be entertaining observant hindus.
Just got the news, we have quail eggs.They are only 6 weeks old. I guess we have quail in about 3 weeks just as soon as I get the Ok yummm;
don't know what to do with the eggs.
I had family over, and we did a simple platter kind of meal with suho mesa, kulen, and kobasice sausages all sliced up, with cold smoked cheddar, cold smoked pepper jack, and unsmoked sage derby...sliced cucumber, pickles, green olives, fresh red pepper, black olives, tomato, etc., and a goodish bit of croatian ajvar.
People liked it (what's not to like?), but respecting my family's general inclination to dryness, I saved the glass of Zwack slivovitz til guests had taken their leave!
You live in Misery? Home of the pork steak!
Seriously that stuff is as foreign to me, on the west side of the state in Kansas City, as softshell crab. Seriously, St Louis, where that strange sort of BBQ holds sway, might as well be Illinois to us, it is eastern and mysterious!
Ah yeah, now I remember. I asked before - sorry about that.
I was thinking refractory cement. Thats what we use to set up forges. But isn't it toxic?
Refractory cement is what they use to build the pizza ovens...
Breathing the dust, refractory or not will give you cancer.
What are firebricks made of? That's what they use for the floor of the pizza ovens...
It gets hard sometimes, real hard, and Im not talking about my unit.
That particular style of cookout has washed into the headwaters of the mighty Missouri river and made its way south to Missouri itself.
A lot of times it is augmented by burned-on-the-outside and still-cold-on-the-inside hot dogs. I understand the convenience and cheapness of that sort of cookout, but still.
Knitting 101 is coming to this household.Plastic. glass is way to heavy.
Glass. If you can't lift your carboy maybe you should take up knitting.