I can confirm that squabs are very tasty stuffed and roasted.
thanks. I think this is one of the best on youtube.
I got hooked on this series about 6 months ago and binge watched it from the beginning. It's a great introduction to ship building, and one hell of a project. It's not exactly right to call it a restoration, there's hardly any of the original wood left in it. I think in the end there's going to be the transom and lead keel left, everything else being replaced including the dozens of huge iron, now polished brass, castings and thousands of custom copper rivets. *promote a *quality series
Good presentation of the big problem with wind and solar for electricity -- they're not predictable over time. For anything close to 100% renewables this has to be addressed. They're right in saying Li-ion is not going to cut it for a number of reasons. Will the solution proposed actually do the job? No idea here.
Luck, shmuck. I have an issue with the snatoms; how do you make a double or triple bond? It was simple with the old fashioned ball and spring things.
Time for everyone on the Miss Stacy to buy lottery tickets, this is definitely their lucky day. *quality save
Heavy wool darning thread did not work at all.
I tried this and it does work, but results seem to vary widely depending on the type of thread being used. Some are easy, some are much harder.
Upvoted without even trying it. I may regret that.
Eratosthenes actually knew from local lore that the sun shone directly down a well at modern day Aswan, in Egypt, on the summer solstice. On the same day at noon he measured the sun's angle using a vertical stick at Alexandria. Well explained here: https://www.khanacademy.org/partner-content/big-history-project/solar-system-and-earth/knowing-solar-system-earth/a/eratosthenes-of-cyrene
I think that was Sally Menke. Dede Allen was the one on Bonnie and Clyde. Both sadly no longer with us.
Seems 50% of my admiration for Tarantino needs to be shared with Dede Allen.
Man, that's good. *doublepromote
Grow some corn and you can make tortillas. That's progress for sure. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nixtamalization
Looks delicious. Eels are one of those foods like oysters, that used to be dirt cheap but, due to overfishing and pollution, are pretty expensive now.
Seems a bit odd that they don't mention the reason Mount Athos is recently famous -- females, including even female animals, are banned. I guess they import all their cheese.
Feseekh is traditionally eaten especially during Shem el Nessim (smelling the breezes, same day as Coptic Easter). I first encountered it in my uncles house in Cairo -- I thought a rat must have died in his wall, but no, that was what was for dinner, and a smell very unlike breezes. A taste that I failed to acquire.
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