Okay. For the first time in a couple of years I'm taking a New Year's plunge and going thru everything in my food pantry cabinets. Saving/tossing, etc. Am wondering what I can use to clean the interior of the cabinet before replacing the good "goods". There's a "old" smell inside. Not rancid or bad
Hardwood lump charcoal or briquettes? It's fuel for fire, it cooks things, what's the difference? I grew up with the uniformly shaped briquettes, watching my dad douse them with lighter fluid and then stepping back as the flames whooshed up. But flaming lighter fluid, while entertaining and exciting, doesn't do much for food.
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Using a display of fabrics from Loose Ends and his design boards, Christopher illustrates his method for choosing fabrics while emphasizing the difference between texture and pattern. Next, he
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