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    This is pretty close to our recipe for hash-brown casserole - we usually make double and add in left over ham and freeze it for a future dinner - +1 Ingredients: 32 ounces frozen hashbrowns, thawed ½ cup (113 grams) unsalted butter, melted 1 (10¼-ounce) can cream of chicken soup 16 ounces sour cream ½ cup finely chopped yellow onion (about 1 small onion) 8 ounces cheddar cheese, shredded (about 2 cups) 1 teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon black pepper Directions: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Grease a 9×13-inch baking dish. In a large bowl, stir together all of the ingredients until thoroughly combined. Pour into prepared baking dish and bake until golden brown and bubbling, 30 to 45 minutes. Let rest for 10 minutes before serving. Add in that you need to take two packages of Ritz crackers and crumble them - mix with 1 stick of melted butter and spread on the top of the casserole-- now damn I am hungry!
  2. 2 points
    We top ours with crushed Ruffles. When I have a heart attack, I will taste these potatoes.
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    Having a car that came with a 1.3L rotary engine but now has a NASCAR cup engine in it, I can't exactly buy off the shelf exhaust headers. For this motor, I need 1 7/8" diameter primaries for the header tubing, which as luck would have it, is pretty darn close to 1.5" sch. 40 PVC pipe... I did a full mockup of the driver's side in PVC using standard 45 or 90 bends wherever possible, and now have the lengthy process of transferring to steel. It takes some calibrated eyeballs to get some of the lengths and turns right when you transfer the shape, but as you can see, you can get pretty darn close (not sure why EB flips the orientation on the photos). The first picture is a little jig that I made. It's the same centerline radius of the tube bends, and when you lay the bend over the paper template, it lets you scribe a line on the top of the tube that's straight and perpendicular to it anywhere along the bend. If you get this wrong, once cut on the bandsaw, you end up with an oval end that doesn't butt up properly for welding and skews the angle of the adjacent tube. This is a long, painstaking pain in the ass, but it's about $150 in materials for DIY vs. $1500 for custom.
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    During lunch I was sitting with a colleague on the back of his truck eating lunch and a bee kept hovering around us. I said "Wouldn't that be inconvenient to get stung by a bee right before going into the PM session". Well ironically enough the bee followed me into the test and kept flying around me. I'm not afraid of bees but it was obnoxious and I couldn't leave my chair. The only thing I could do was shoo it away whisper "F*** off bee!". The proctor gave me the look you would expect thinking I could be secretly plotting to steal exam questions by somehow taming a bee. Luckily it went away and I only wasted 1 minute. Crisis averted!
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    lol Just fades quick. I still ran about 20 miles last month. Was doing to about 10-15 a week before.
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    Actually, they'll see that you haven't flushed your brake fluid and it's dirty, so that means they won't pay the claim.
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    Wait....I just realized something. They're going to have to test the brake system to see if it's okay! I will get my brake fluid flushed most likely! *always look on the bright side of life begins playing in the background*
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    Yeah! You toast the english muffin, and the wax actually starts to melt/mix with the honey in the comb structure! As for butter being involved....there is always room for butter to be involved. My favorite "trash treat" is peanut butter butter bread, where it's regular buttered bread (non-toasted) with creamy peanut butter on top. Delicious and so bad for you! 😉
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    LOL yeah. Greasing the muffin tin is important. They'll get stuck and look unappetizing if you don't grease it. My family skips that optional step, so it ends up looking like a dinner roll. If you follow the last step, it will look like this:
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    the brakes look fine. The car didn't stop in time
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    This sounds really tasty....do you just spread the honeycomb over the english muffin? Is there any butter involved? 😊
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    I mean, it was a herd of school children, so there is a bonus point value! Isn't it amazing how much damage can be done under 10 MPH?
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    we get the frozen shredded kind ( we typically use the generic Kroger brand) & you don't have to thaw them
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    1. This may be the best edit I've ever seen on this board. 2. What do these look like when finished?
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    I used to have the most awesomest, heart-palpitating buttermilk pie recipe ever. I learned it when I was working offshore and "committed it to memory" so I never wrote it down. Unfortunately, I forgot it and never got around to piecing it back together. All I can remember off the top of my head is that it included 2 cups of sugar, 2 sticks of butter, 2 cups of buttermilk, and 1 can of sweetened condensed milk. It was heavenly and made two pies. I might try to make it again using other recipes for basic ingredient guidance.
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    Stuffed Cinnamon Crescent Rolls ingredients: crescent roll dough, butter, cinnamon sugar, marshmallow Preheat oven to 375 F Melt butter roll a marshmallow in melted butter, coating entirely roll the buttered marshmallow in cinnamon sugar, coating entirely wrap the coated-buttered marshmallow in crescent roll dough, pinch to close optional: coat the dough wrap in butter and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar (my family doesn't do this step) coat muffin tin with non-stick spray or material of choice place in muffin/cupcake tin repeat for desired number of rolls bake at 375 F for ~15min
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    Cause people taking it are usually not too smart. Those passes are from other disciplines taking it.
  24. 1 point
    So more data points for the model?
  25. 1 point
    Marco Colombini - Attorney at Law
  26. 1 point
    Lies. Civil engineer's don't even need to count past 9 to do their job. Do they even know how to multiply?
  27. 1 point
    ^ once again, just reporting the trends that other users reported. Nothing less, nothing more.
  28. 1 point
    And yes, you're right. There was a guy, a few exam cycles ago, that passed the power pe without any education background. He studied a bit and passed the exam. I think his background was in civil. It's well known that the power pe is the easiest.
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    I can tell judging from your posts you are that annoying co-worker we all groan when we have to work together for a project.
  31. 1 point
    The trolling won't start in earnest until after Thanksgiving
  32. 1 point
    I bought a ton of honey comb yesterday. So excited! Delicious to eat on a hot english muffin! I've discovered this is not something really done in the US and I accidentally have been doing weird things that my Polish grandmother always does.
  33. 1 point
    HA. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, Yeah, I'm def not at that stage. I am fairly pessimistic that I passed (I get ultra nervous with tests), but I just feel weird that...I'm just not caring about the results really? Life will go on if I passed or not, so my brain is just like "get a massage. bake brownies. go to that honey festival. eat the fondue."
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    Hmm, I can't find the post by @Invisible that @SacMe24 is quoting... Welcome to Sub Phase B: I can promise you the results won't come before Nov 30. FWIW, they've never initial released on a Wednesday; but that could just be a coincidence. Welcome to Sub Phase A: the cut varies for every exam and administration so you can't really look at past results for anything but a normal range. Also, that 51 was the ONLY number someone reported from EE-Power last time. Not nearly enough data from that to confidently guess the last EE-Power cut score. We usually get a bunch of people reporting and can figure out the cut score based on a sharp cliff; that didn't happen last time for EE-power.
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    I had heard there was 3-4 feet of new snow at some of the Mountain Passes this weekend so I went and did some hike in skiing (snowboarding)this weekend - only did two runs but it was pretty awesome - And no Lift Lines! The pic on the left is the "staring" point on the garmin pic on the right - it would be nice if google maps would also have winter aerial photos You can see some sweet turns on the garmin tracker
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    Lies aren't acceptable here on EB
  39. 1 point
    Ouch! Getting the survey already!? Not a good sign unfortunately.
  40. 1 point
    Most people are concerned with what, not when.
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  42. 1 point
    I'm thinking "PASS."
  43. 0 points
    I got cocky asking about changing brake fluid...
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