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wanderlustmd


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carabiner96 wrote:
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*barf*


how did I end up watching a baby story.


Punch in ovaries, nao pleeze.

At least it is better than Kate + 8 minus John and hot slut.

show is on hold because jon slapped them with a cease and desist order since they fired him 2 days ago


damn don't you read perez hilton?
Please don't tell me you really watch that crap.
Reality TV is the worst thing to happen to American culture since disco.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
*barf*


how did I end up watching a baby story.


Punch in ovaries, nao pleeze.

At least it is better than Kate + 8 minus John and hot slut.

show is on hold because jon slapped them with a cease and desist order since they fired him 2 days ago


damn don't you read perez hilton?
Please don't tell me you really watch that crap.
Reality TV is the worst thing to happen to American culture since disco.

are you saying disco was bad?


wanderlustmd


Oct 1, 2009, 7:11 PM
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carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
*barf*


how did I end up watching a baby story.


Punch in ovaries, nao pleeze.

At least it is better than Kate + 8 minus John and hot slut.

show is on hold because jon slapped them with a cease and desist order since they fired him 2 days ago


damn don't you read perez hilton?
Please don't tell me you really watch that crap.
Reality TV is the worst thing to happen to American culture since disco.

are you saying disco was bad?

Yup.


granite_grrl


Oct 1, 2009, 7:16 PM
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How do you tell when cookies are done?


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granite_grrl wrote:
How do you tell when cookies are done?

12-14 minutes has passed.

The top is slightly brown and a little firm.


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Oct 1, 2009, 7:20 PM
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imnotclever wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
How do you tell when cookies are done?

12-14 minutes has passed.

The top is slightly brown and a little firm.

I guess the time depends on the type of cookie.

so as my dad would say, "when they look done."


sungam


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granite_grrl wrote:
How do you tell when cookies are done?
My girlfriend puts them on a plate.


granite_grrl


Oct 1, 2009, 7:23 PM
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imnotclever wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
How do you tell when cookies are done?

12-14 minutes has passed.

The top is slightly brown and a little firm.
It's been 25min.

At 12min they were still gooey.

They're also double chocolate cookies....they're already pretty drown. Any browner will mean burnt.

I think I'm going to take them out now. Wish me luck!!!


jakedatc


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25 is a long time for cookies.. most recipes should give you an estimate. Tollhouse cookies are 8-10 mins


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Usually when they look done when you pull them out, they're way past being done. After 20min you'll have crispy rock cakes.


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carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
*barf*


how did I end up watching a baby story.


Punch in ovaries, nao pleeze.

At least it is better than Kate + 8 minus John and hot slut.

show is on hold because jon slapped them with a cease and desist order since they fired him 2 days ago


damn don't you read perez hilton?
Please don't tell me you really watch that crap.
Reality TV is the worst thing to happen to American culture since disco.

are you saying disco was bad?

Apparently....


Reality TV really is the stupification of america.


dr_feelgood


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granite_grrl wrote:
How do you tell when cookies are done?
When the edges appear crusty.


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Oct 1, 2009, 7:59 PM
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granite_grrl wrote:
How do you tell when cookies are done?

They still cook a little more once you take them out of the oven, so take them out with the edges look done/get a little crispy. Much more that that and they'll be all crispy, more than that and they'll be burned.


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jakedatc wrote:
25 is a long time for cookies.. most recipes should give you an estimate. Tollhouse cookies are 8-10 mins
Our oven sucks. Like I said, at 12min they were still liquid.

I'm still waiting for Nathan to finish the cabinets so we can put our new kitchen in. We have a nice new convection over sitting in a box in our living room. To make matters worse, Nathan convinced me to spend the extra money on a convection.

Apparently he wanted to give the next people who buys this house some nice appliances. Unimpressed


granite_grrl


Oct 1, 2009, 8:02 PM
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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
How do you tell when cookies are done?
When the edges appear crusty.

ARG!!!!!

I hate baking. Mad

I'm done. They're not burnt, but they might be a little more krusty than intended.


jakedatc


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"never trust an oven" -alton brown

get one of those little hangy thermometers for like 5 bucks at the grocery store so you get the correct temps.

i'm spoiled here with a nice gas oven/range


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Oct 1, 2009, 8:12 PM
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The anchorwoman on CNN.com has nice boobs?


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So the ridges around us have snow on them, i decided to take the pup for a hike to go see some snow.

Halfway up the ridge he freaks out, sprints a few large loops around me, then crashes at my feet, whining. I try to keep walking, he just runs in front of me and throws himself down again. Not really sure what's going on or what he's smelling, but I decide to turn back.

He has another freakout crossing a stream and darts beneath my legs. I slip and tumble into the FREEZING water, giving him a good solid kick on the way down. Now I've got a sore wrist, a wet ass, and a limping mutt.

Plus, on the way down we passed two ladies. Instead of wagging his tail and begging for scratches like he usually does with people, he sits (thank god!) and starts a low growl at them. Of course, one of the ladies snarls at me that she's afraid of dogs - as I'm straddling him, he's leashed, and my hand is on his collar - not that he's fighting me, he's just sitting, mellow save for the growl.

Not sure what's into him, but he's passed out now. Terrible two's stage?


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jakedatc wrote:
"never trust an oven" -alton brown

get one of those little hangy thermometers for like 5 bucks at the grocery store so you get the correct temps.

i'm spoiled here with a nice gas oven/range

gawd, I would kill for a gas oven/range here. Ours is pretty erratic in the oven, and the main large front burner intermittently shorts out, so you could be in the middle of a saute and all the sudden you realize it isn't cooking anymore. Fucking electrics.


kachoong


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jakedatc wrote:
"never trust an oven" -alton brown

get one of those little hangy thermometers for like 5 bucks at the grocery store so you get the correct temps.

i'm spoiled here with a nice gas oven/range

Alton Brown is awesome! One of my favorite TV peoplez! I have one of his BIG books. His show rocks!


kachoong


Oct 1, 2009, 8:25 PM
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camhead wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
"never trust an oven" -alton brown

get one of those little hangy thermometers for like 5 bucks at the grocery store so you get the correct temps.

i'm spoiled here with a nice gas oven/range

gawd, I would kill for a gas oven/range here. Ours is pretty erratic in the oven, and the main large front burner intermittently shorts out, so you could be in the middle of a saute and all the sudden you realize it isn't cooking anymore. Fucking electrics.

Yeah, I've had better luck with an MSR XGK than electric ovens. Gas grill is what I prefer to use, rain hail or drought.


the_climber


Oct 1, 2009, 8:26 PM
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granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
How do you tell when cookies are done?
When the edges appear crusty.

ARG!!!!!

I hate baking. Mad

I'm done. They're not burnt, but they might be a little more krusty than intended.

I made Peanut butter cookies a while back. They were good. We ate them all. I may have to make my skor-butterscotch chip-chocolate chip-cookies next time. Yum!


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carabiner96 wrote:
So the ridges around us have snow on them, i decided to take the pup for a hike to go see some snow.

Halfway up the ridge he freaks out, sprints a few large loops around me, then crashes at my feet, whining. I try to keep walking, he just runs in front of me and throws himself down again. Not really sure what's going on or what he's smelling, but I decide to turn back.

He has another freakout crossing a stream and darts beneath my legs. I slip and tumble into the FREEZING water, giving him a good solid kick on the way down. Now I've got a sore wrist, a wet ass, and a limping mutt.

Plus, on the way down we passed two ladies. Instead of wagging his tail and begging for scratches like he usually does with people, he sits (thank god!) and starts a low growl at them. Of course, one of the ladies snarls at me that she's afraid of dogs - as I'm straddling him, he's leashed, and my hand is on his collar - not that he's fighting me, he's just sitting, mellow save for the growl.

Not sure what's into him, but he's passed out now. Terrible two's stage?

Obviously you didn't kick the dog hard enough.

I'm forwarding this to PETA by the way.


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epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
So the ridges around us have snow on them, i decided to take the pup for a hike to go see some snow.

Halfway up the ridge he freaks out, sprints a few large loops around me, then crashes at my feet, whining. I try to keep walking, he just runs in front of me and throws himself down again. Not really sure what's going on or what he's smelling, but I decide to turn back.

He has another freakout crossing a stream and darts beneath my legs. I slip and tumble into the FREEZING water, giving him a good solid kick on the way down. Now I've got a sore wrist, a wet ass, and a limping mutt.

Plus, on the way down we passed two ladies. Instead of wagging his tail and begging for scratches like he usually does with people, he sits (thank god!) and starts a low growl at them. Of course, one of the ladies snarls at me that she's afraid of dogs - as I'm straddling him, he's leashed, and my hand is on his collar - not that he's fighting me, he's just sitting, mellow save for the growl.

Not sure what's into him, but he's passed out now. Terrible two's stage?

Obviously you didn't kick the dog hard enough.

I'm forwarding this to PETA by the way.

It was collateral damage, I had no control over my limbs at that point.


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Plus, on the way down we passed two ladies. Instead of wagging his tail and begging for scratches like he usually does with people, he sits (thank god!) and starts a low growl at them.

Perhaps he thought they were yetis!

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