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... time substantially. The bone absorbs some of the heat and distributes it inside the meat and roaster. When the meat is fully cooked you should just cut the meat off near the bone and then serve.
Don't cook with wines that you don't enjoy drinking. Because wine will have a big impact on the flavor of your food, a bad wine can result in a bad meal. You could try wine that is specifically formulated for cooking ...
Jesse and Elizabeth are married.
Jesse. Mr Posh Nosh.
Elizabeth...graduated to The *****; some people just turn you off.
Roger and Celia are married.
Roger...The Dufus...he liked to play the goof at times.
Celia...The Hat...for her chapeau.
Red and Tony were an item but u/k marital status.
She...Red for her flaming red lid.
Tony...The Mouse for his quiet ways.
James and Mary are presumably married.
... the nightclub. Ivan left the pretty waitress with regret having flirted shamelessly, but she kept shaking her head at him. As we were to learn later, is that shaking the head in Bulgaria actually means 'yes'!! We went to a recommended nightclub called 'Nightflight'. Ivan and Vlad felt very nostalgic. However there was no one on the streets, no one outside the club or on line except 8 hulking bouncers that were doing their best ...
... people. Went out, partied, even went to a club (not usually my thing), and stayed out late late. The highlight was at midnight midway over the Danube river on the Gazela bridge when 5 nationalities sang happy birthday to me. Not a birthday I'll soon forget. The following day I went on a tour of the underground bunkers around Belgrade. Very good decision. The tour guide was horrible, and gave far too many irrelevant details about the sights, but it was worth it. ...
... the square boasts temples representing four different religions--a Catholic church, an Orthodox church, a mosque, and a synagogue--all within 300 meters of each other.
From there, we visited the site of a former public bathhouse, where mineral spring water still bubbles up from fountains. Throughout the years, the citizens of Sofia have turned to these various springs for their purported healing properties, and Jaclyn and I decided to test the merits of ...