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- Searing doesn't seal in juices
- Flip your meat as many times as you want
- Bones don't add flavor (but aide in cooking)
|17 weeks 5 days ago||Except||
Oakland County doesn't own the Palace or the land. Gores tried to sell the Palace to Oakland county this past summer and they declined.
|1 year 12 weeks ago||Sorry...||
I thought this was the comments sections.
My point is still stands, the roast isn't getting up to room temp, but you are right in that the surface will dry out for a better crust.
Why are you dismissive of Kenji's work as opinion? He uses a scientific method to test out theories and conventional wisdom. He's not writing what he thinks is the best way, he tests it against other methods and verifies.
If searing seals in the juices, then why do you get similar results post vs pre sear?
|1 year 12 weeks ago||Room Temperature||
My main point is that there is no need to let a piece of meat sit out at room temperature.
It's bad conventional wisdom that's been passed down as fact and can easily be proven wrong. For a site this mocks conventional wisdom (punting on short yardage 4th downs on your opponent's side of field), this seemed appropriate.
And while I'm at it:
|1 year 12 weeks ago||Room Temperature||
A 4.5lb roast is not going to go from fridge temp to room temp in 1 hour.
J. Kenji Alt-Lopez proved this with a 7.5 ounce steak. After almost 2 hours at room temp, it had only risen to 50F. Not only can you not raise the meat to room temp in a reasonable time, there is no discernible difference between cooking meat that was out of the fridge for 2 hours vs straight from the fridge.
For a really great crust, heavily salt the roast and put in the fridge uncovered for about 4 days. This is going dry out the outer layer for a good sear and let the salt penetrate for flavor.
Source: The Food Lab (J. Kenji Alt-Lopez)
|1 year 46 weeks ago||What was the "it" that he is sticking?||
How is Dantonio being a dick? He's sick of talking about Michigan and OSU. Michigan IS selling hope, because recruits aren't buying success that happened when they were in first grade.
|2 years 6 weeks ago||Cached Twitter Page|
|2 years 12 weeks ago||If you're looking for the||
If you're looking for the correct spelling of the author's name look at the title of thread started earlier. It's still on the first page.
|2 years 12 weeks ago||Seriously!?||
|2 years 12 weeks ago||What I really want to know is||
What I really want to know is that his impact on khaki sales will...oh, someone already asked that? I should start a thread then.
|2 years 12 weeks ago||How many times are we going to have this thread?||
How many times are we going to have this thread?
|2 years 12 weeks ago||Can we stop calling them Ohio now?||
The old regime is gone and that was their thing.
|2 years 21 weeks ago||Yeah, he did.||
I wasn't there myself, but was told this story when he was first hired by Michigan.
|2 years 21 weeks ago||"I don't read blogs"||
That sounds like something he would say.
When Brandon was the CEO of Valassis in the 90's he said the the internet was just a fad.
|2 years 23 weeks ago||No.||
|2 years 29 weeks ago||Video highlights of other games||
They showed video highlights of other games on the scoreboard, such as Navy scoring against OSU.
I wasn't impressed with the halftime show. Blatant product placement from Buffalo Wild Wings. Show much for no adds in the stadium. #marketing
|5 years 14 weeks ago||So...||
... Baby annoucements are now exempt from the University's branding standards? What's next? Football uniforms?
|5 years 18 weeks ago||Previously...||
|5 years 32 weeks ago||The city doesn't have much leverage||
"The issue is a persistent point of frustration on the city council, because traffic control for football games is a dollar cost to the city, but the city has limited leverage with the university to extract payment. That’s due in part to the fact that traffic control is seen not as merely a matter of convenience, but rather of public safety."
|5 years 37 weeks ago||The main point I wanted to||
The main point I wanted to make is the use of yellow and navy as the description of the item, when our colors are maize and blue. Maybe they should change the lyrics of Varsity to "March on to victory for Michigan, And the Neon Yellow and Navy Blue".
I completely disagree about highlighter yellow, it's garish. And no, I'm "generally older".
|5 years 37 weeks ago||Since when are our colors Yellow and Navy?||
Why is it that the official retailer of Michigan markets and sells t-shirts labeled as "Yellow and Navy". It's bad enough that adidas can't produce anything in the color maize, they can at least label it as such.
This is the of maize that the athletic deparment should be using as stated in the University's style guide, which while is targeted for printing, a similar hue should be used for unversity licensed products. Here's some research on the history of the Michigan maize.
Compare this to the dayglo colors that adidas uses. Brandon's response to this is of course that the bright colors appeal to the kids. If that's the case, I have some Ocean Pacific t-shirts from the 80's they can buy. And get off my lawn.
|5 years 40 weeks ago||Really? It was on the second page of the board.||
|5 years 48 weeks ago||If you're just looking for a app icon,||
then you can create one for mgoblog from Safari:
|5 years 50 weeks ago||Already posted||
in Brian's Unverified Voracity today, at the bottom.
|5 years 51 weeks ago||More info on that painting||
|5 years 51 weeks ago||The actual contract||
What I don't see in the contract is the amount Hoke with pay if he voluntarily breaks the contract. Also, no extra money for a BCS game or National Championship.
Jokes about him never leaving on his own may commence.
|6 years 2 weeks ago||He's Buckeye Bob||
|6 years 2 weeks ago||Ticket prices are||
US $50.00 Ticket + US $10.50 Fees = US $60.50
US $100.00 Ticket + US $11.60 Fees = US $111.60
|6 years 5 weeks ago||In what sport?||
Foosball? Floor Hockey? Beer Pong?
|6 years 5 weeks ago||Here's the link to project's page||
I don't think these guys know what they're getting when it comes to the actual production of the statue.
We can take a relatively small figure of RoboCop (conceivably even an action figure), have it 3D scanned by lasers (cool!) and scale its form to create a light-weight model of any size we'd like, which can then be used to pour and cast liquid metal.
Really? You're going take a small 4" action figure, scan it and blow it up 7 feet tall. Someones been watching too much CSI.
It'll look something like this:
|6 years 6 weeks ago||Yep||