Justified & Ancient
- Feb 17, 2017
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This was on telly last night, one of these fine people is lucky enough to be related to me
Sorry - FB videos don't seem to embed any more
Leave your considerate mask on in public areas ... and pull in over your nose as well ..Here are some tips for dealing with fogged lenses when wearing a mask with eyeglasses.
What to Do When Masks Fog Your Glasses
FULL STORY: https://www.sciencealert.com/doctor...ould-consider-before-safely-leaving-the-houseUS Doctor Shares 7 Things He Reviews When Deciding When And Where It's Safe to Go Out
As we return to some degree of normalcy after weeks of social distancing, we all need a plan. As an immunologist, I've given this a lot of thought personally and professionally. ...
My earlier forum responses in-thread to this challenge might've sat better here, but I'm puzzled by the caveats mentioned in that external tips-list, namely, that specialist anti-scratch /anti-glare etc coatings will prevent the effective application of aftermarket DIY anti-fogging / 'anti-dim' treatments.....Here are some tips for dealing with fogged lenses when wearing a mask with eyeglasses
FULL STORY (With Photo of Her Celebrating): https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/31/us/covid-19-grandma-beer-trnd/index.html103-year-old woman celebrates beating Covid-19 with a cold beer
A 103-year-old Massachusetts woman who recovered from Covid-19 celebrated with a favorite drink -- a cold beer, her family told CNN.
When Jennie Stejna tested positive for coronavirus in late April, her family began preparing for the worst, granddaughter Shelley Gunn said.
At one point, her family was told that Stejna had stopped eating and drinking and might not make it through the night. They called her for one last goodbye, Gunn said.
When Gunn's husband, a Navy retiree, asked Stejna if she was ready to pass away, she responded "Hell yeah," according to the family.
"She's always been a feisty woman," Gunn said.
But instead of a grim phone call from Stejna's nursing home, on May 8 they received the news that she had tested negative, and was symptom-free, the family said.
"The nurses came into her room, and she said, "I'm not sick anymore, Get the hell out,'" Gunn said. ...
I love rice pudding and I've been looking for a decent and simple slow cooker recipe. Would you kindly share by message? Thx.Something I have been thinking about for a while but only got round to properly after lockdown was eating more unpopular foods. By which I mean things like rice pudding which have gone out of fashion and most of us only remember as something horrible they used to torture us with at school. I made some up in my slow cooker. It was lovely hot or cold and the extra portions keep in the fridge for a few days. It is a brilliant pudding as it is not too calorific (well it can depend what you add to it and if you make it with cream) and is pretty nutritious too.
Right now I am eating semolina pudding after looking it up on the internet and discovering that semolina is pretty much a superfood with loads of vitamins and fibre. I can see it becoming a solution to my what-to-eat-after-running problem when club runs start up again and I don't get in till too late to really eat properly but hungry. I am slightly gluten-intolerant though so I will have to gauge the effect later on too...
I'll happily share it here although it wasn't all that simple in terms on ingredients! For four servings.I love rice pudding and I've been looking for a decent and simple slow cooker recipe. Would you kindly share by message? Thx.
Thanks. I can omit some of these ingredients and still end up with rice pudding. We don't have pudding rice here - we well I generally use leftovers. Is pudding rice just plain white rice?I'll happily share it here although it wasn't all that simple in terms on ingredients! For four servings.
50g pudding rice
25g ground almonds
1tsp mixed spice
1 cinnamon stick
Seeds from 4 cardamom pods.
Stick it all in the pot on low for 5-8 hours depending on whether you like the skin or not.
Yes, I am sure it will still be nice. Pudding rice is different to plain white rice as it has a shorter grain. It sort of melts away in the cooker. Normal rice would keep its shape and you'd get more of a sort of milky spiced rice dish.Thanks. I can omit some of these ingredients and still end up with rice pudding. We don't have pudding rice here - we well I generally use leftovers. Is pudding rice just plain white rice?
Pudding rice is short grain (sticky) rice, similar to arborio or Japanese sticky riceThanks. I can omit some of these ingredients and still end up with rice pudding. We don't have pudding rice here - we well I generally use leftovers. Is pudding rice just plain white rice?
School had its milk puddings, I think. Ground-rice was common, though crowned with a constitutional prune! Tapioca - frog-spawn - was universally hated. I took to packed lunches.something horrible they used to torture us with at school
Interestingly, Koreans sometimes colloquially refer to non-sticky rice as 'flying rice'.Pudding rice is short grain (sticky) rice, similar to arborio or Japanese sticky rice
Yes, I have my limits and do not plan to look up tapioca recipes! I believe trendy Londoners put it in their tea.frog-spawn
Barley is great stuff. Here quinoa has been all the rage for a while and it often turns up in recipies I read in magazines. You can substitute in barley. It is a fraction of the price, has a nice nutty flavour, is also nutritious and better still, grows in Scotland.I personally really like some or the old-fashioned dishes here that substitute barley for rice--they're filling and have a good texture when served with sesame oil and hot sauces--but some older Koreans claim it reminds them of the lean years during and in the wake of the Korean War.