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Old May 4th 04, 07:31 PM
Scott Hedrick
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"Herb Schaltegger" wrote in message
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I'm following
standard American English practice


Besides, *we're* right! Look at the resources we save by not adding all of
those extra "u"s!


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Old May 4th 04, 07:43 PM
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"OM" [email protected]_blessed_lady_mary_of_the_holy_NASA_researc h_facility.org wrote
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As one who was born & raised in the food
service industry


Been there, done that, can't say I miss it.

Although the chicken fryer I operated was a mighty fine piece of equipment.
Properly pampered, it made the best chicken I've ever tasted. Actually got
an award one time

My chicken was the most stolen by the Social Security set (it was an
all-you-can-eat place, and they tended to think that included their own
kitchens).


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Old May 4th 04, 07:52 PM
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"Scott Hedrick" wrote in message
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"Herb Schaltegger" wrote in message
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I'm following
standard American English practice


Besides, *we're* right! Look at the resources we save by not adding all of
those extra "u"s!


Well, yes. It's true you're just taking out the u's the Normans put in the
Latin roots.


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Old May 4th 04, 08:32 PM
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"Derek Lyons" wrote in message
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Another reason is that properties of foods can vary by quite a bit.
Bakers have it even worse because the enviroment in the kitchen can
further amplify these differences.

And doneness temperatures for meats can vary depending on cooking method.
Cook something for long enough and an internal temp of 145 F can be more
done than the same cut quickly cooked to 160F. One of the most reasuring
experiences of my culinary life was finding out that salmonella is killed at
137 F., at which temperature chicken is still inedible.


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Old May 4th 04, 09:36 PM
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On Wed, 5 May 2004 02:52:16 +0800, "Neil Gerace"
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Well, yes. It's true you're just taking out the u's the Normans put in the
Latin roots.


....And if you look closely, you'll see that "norman" is almost an
anagram for "moron".

OM

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Old May 4th 04, 09:38 PM
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On Tue, 4 May 2004 14:43:43 -0400, "Scott Hedrick"
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Although the chicken fryer I operated was a mighty fine piece of equipment.
Properly pampered, it made the best chicken I've ever tasted. Actually got
an award one time


....GE makes a 4-quart fryer that's the only consumer-level fryer I've
come across that allows you to get the food deep enough in the fat to
fry it just like you would in a restaurant. Anything else just doesn't
do the job right, and the damn thing's only about $50 too.

OM

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Old May 4th 04, 09:39 PM
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On Tue, 4 May 2004 16:06:33 GMT, (Henry Spencer)
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The Canadian weather people quote pressure in kPa.


....After they upgraded from microfortrans and kilobasics, natch :-)

OM

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Old May 4th 04, 10:21 PM
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Derek Lyons wrote:

My wife and I regard garlic as a vegetable, not as a spice or
aromatic.


Garlic is good; I'd hate to think of pizza or pasta without garlic.

Pat

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Old May 4th 04, 10:46 PM
Pat Flannery
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Henry Spencer wrote:


Now, now, be nice, or we'll start selling lessons in how to kick the butts
of American invaders. :-)


If we hadn't been drunk it would have worked; and you'd be a citizen of
New Ireland.

The Fenians

 




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