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... use chicken broth in place of oil or butter. Broth will fill your dish with flavor. This cooking method also allows you to eliminate unhealthy oils. This is a tasty way to cook your veggies.
By doing this, fruits can stay fresh all through the year. It will also allow you to eat seasonal fruits at any time you wish.
If you have a tight deadline to cook a roast, leave the bone in the piece of meat. This will speed ...
... wake up call for me; whee! Bed by 2245.
Michelle, you asked for it so here is a summary of nicknames of those on the Macedonian tour:
Ian and Anne are married; Paul is Ian's brother.
Ian...The Engineer re his love of train travel.
Anne...Babooshka for her attire [though with her 'Plain Jane' looks, a couple of babooshkas over her face might be in order.
The Three Stooges...collectively since the Three Musketeers is ...
... early, but 10 pm on a Thursday night should see some places open...surely. We eventually stumbled across a little bar called Vibe, which it had none of since there was no one in there. But it was somewhere to get a drink and there was good music playing. Vlad got a sticky finger and Ivan wanted one too, but he already had 2 B52's, so Vlad told him 'don't be greedy'. After several rounds if shooters and Long Island Iced Tea we ...
... Englishman. The minibus deposited Ken and I at our place and Gary to his. It was midnight and we were starving. KFC was open right across the street and they had beer and chicken. Great way to end the day. Walking tour the next day, it was good. Then my birthday. I was dreading it somewhat because I was worried I wouldn't have anyone to share it with. I was wrong. Ken and Gary did a more than sufficient job of taking me out, we rounded up some German girls and a bunch ...
... of the Cold War) and made our way to the small Church of St. Petka of the Saddlers, which sits below ground level, a sign of its age (the city having been built up around it over time). Nearby, partially excavated remnants of Roman constructs sat under tarps (even now, pieces of the city's history are being uncovered, including a coliseum believed to be nearly as large as the one in Rome). When then stepped into the Square of Tolerance. A site that would be unique in ...