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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 2:14 pm 
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That is one of the best scenes in Goodfellas, when Ray Liotta explain's how they shave the garlic for the pasta sauce while they are in jail... :o


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fine and dandy...
but how does the gif you selected fit into this particular puzzle?

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That is one of the best scenes in Goodfellas, when Ray Liotta explain's how they shave the garlic for the pasta sauce while they are in jail... :o

Garlic good.


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 Post subject: Re: coevad
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Garlic fan here. But, I don't want it shaved so thin it melts in the pan. I like finding a nice garlic nugget in salsa or marinarrr.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 9:01 am 
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Well there it is... :smoke:

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 Post subject: Re: coevad
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^Just in case, eh?


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 Post subject: Re: coevad
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in eager attempts of keeping the misplaced gifs theme ball rolling...


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 Post subject: Re: coevad
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Company Christmas(12-4pm) lunch today @ The Cheesecake factory, Redondo Beach. Turkey w/all trimmings. Fresh cut prime rib with horseradish sauce, straight horseradish and the rib juice, of course.
I left before 3 and traffic was f'd up,.man.
You had to go to get paid for the whole day.

It was worth it.


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 Post subject: Re: coevad
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i don't know, dave o...
i am not a horseradish fan. never have been.
it tastes too much like a disinfecting solution.

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I only put a teaspoons' worth on my plate. maybe used half of it.

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Taste
The horseradish root possesses a potent flavor, commonly described as hot, spicy and peppery. Unlike hot peppers that burn the tongue, the intense spice of the horseradish is experienced through the nose and sinuses. In medieval times, horseradish root was believed to cure pretty much everything, especially respiratory ailments. Today, horseradish root -- fresh or commercially prepared -- is used to liven up meals, adding a spicy complement to everything from roast beef sandwiches to chip dips.

Hot Stuff
Fresh horseradish is a long, tubular root with a rusty brown peel. Purchase it at grocery stores and markets in late summer and early fall. The sharp and spicy flavor that horseradish is known for lies dormant until the root cells are crushed. The volatile oils that are responsible for its hot flavor -- called isothiocyanate -- are released when the root is ground or grated. The fumes given off during grinding or grating are quite potent. Be prepared in a well-ventilated room or grind horseradish in a blender.

The Perfect Pair
Horseradish is traditionally served as an accompaniment to meat, its hot and spicy flavor ideal for livening up everything from prime rib to roast beef to pork loins. Slather horseradish on sandwiches, and use it to beef up condiments, including relishes, salad dressing and dips. Add a pinch of freshly grated or prepared horseradish to a classic Bloody Mary.

Prepared Horseradish
Horseradish is typically used as a condiment, and its pungent flavor is best enjoyed in moderation. Find prepared horseradish at your local grocery store, which at its most basic contains ground horseradish and vinegar, although commercial products may contain spices or other ingredients. Once a horseradish root is ground, the volatile oils quickly intensify. Vinegar stops the process and stabilizes the flavor. The heat of prepared horseradish is determined by when the vinegar is added. Adding vinegar immediately after grinding produces a milder flavor; waiting three minutes creates a hotter one.

Tips
Store fresh horseradish roots for several months in the refrigerator by washing the them and storing in a resealable plastic bag. Store prepared horseradish -- including store-bought and homemade versions -- in a tightly sealed container in the refrigerator or freezer. Prepared horseradish gradually loses its flavor over time. Use it within four to six weeks if stored in the refrigerator, and within six months if stored in the freezer.


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 Post subject: Re: coevad
PostPosted: Fri Aug 27, 2021 2:14 am 
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ok slick dave, you're doing it again.

coevad wrote:
good thing its not "Random secret word" :lol:
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coevad wrote:
You know how he is.


"how he is"?
well, how am i? observant?

we should probably just talk about your issue with me face to face.
things can be next to impossible to settle on inner webs.
this way i can look into your eyes. into your design. into that void of profound nothingness.
it is the only way.
smash the sectors and find the ultimate conclusion.

this is great news!

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