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I'm following a recipe by Jamie Oliver for 2kg lamb roast that has pancetta stuffed in itJamie Oliver suggests to cook it with 425F/210C but it doesn't say how long forWhen i looked up other roast lamb recipes they recommend 180C/350F for about 80 mins for a 2 kg medium rare roast.does anyone know why jamie oliver's recipe would want to roast the lamb at such a high heat? Is it because the pancetta should be cooked at a higher temperature? wouldn't it make the lamb more tender to cook at a lower temperature? If i do stick with 425F/210C, how long should I roast it for?the bottom line is, i want the most tender roast possible without the raw pancetta giving me any food poisoning haha.31 minutes ago - 4 days left to answer.
Sorry, but I cannot help you until you get some picutres up of what your hair looks like.
Hello! I wanted to make a start at cosplay and create some horns to wear on a headbandI wanted to make ram horns, and they'd be really heavy with the air dry clay I haveI don't mind them being heavy, except they may fall off of the headbandI've never worked with polymer clay, so I'd rather work with air dry clay, but if it's much lighter then I would love to use itI'm not sure where to get polymer clay as well, so you may answer that too!
I sincerely apologize, because this is my math, but I very clearly did something very wrongSoI'll post this as an example of what (apparently) not to do(A) The speed of sound in aluminum is 5,000 m/s - 5,200 m/s depending on where you lookI'll just use the middle 5,100 m/s (so for your exact value, you'll have to find the speed that you're supposed to usebut these are close)L c / f L wavelength c speed of sound f frequency L unknown c 5,100 m/s f 2.0 MHz - unit is Hz, so 2,000,000 Hz L (5,100 m/s) / (2,000,000) Hz L 0.00255 m or 0.255 cm [ 2,550,000 nanometers (nm) ] (B) EM in a vacuum? f c / L c 299,792,458 m/s (definition speed of light) L 0.00255 m f (299,792,458 m/s) / (0.00255 m) f 117,565,669,804 s
I ended up with 2 pounds of garlic.I'm gonna chop some up and store it in olive oil, make some soup, maranaira, and salsaI'll still have plenty leftWhat else can I do with it?
Go with the roasted garlic recipe-it's very yummy! I'd also start distributing the 2 lbs throughout the family! lol I always use garlic-try it on some spice rubs for your meat, make beans and and the cloves wholeI LOVE pickled garlic, but I think that might be too much workPickled garlic doesn't taste the pungent garlic your used toI also use the microplane grater and grate garlic into my dressings or any stovetop dishYou wont get any stray chunks of garlic anywhere in ur dishWhen making garlic bread, after toasting the french loaf, take a freshly peeled clove and rub it into the bread for a yummy, zesty, garlicky flavor with butter and a little salt
Out of an aluminum cookie sheet, an insulated cookie sheet, a non-stick cookie sheet and a black steel cookie sheet which one will burn the bottom sides of cookies the LEAST (Without parchment paper of foil separating the cookies and the pans)?
Stapp It has a good answer but left out some tracks tunnels are too small for the 18 wheelersMost of the tracks built since the 80's when 18 wheelers became the hauler of choice probably have tunnels big enough for themSome of the older tracks have crossover gates which are opened when the trucks arrive so they can cross.
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Unless you live near LA or NYC where you can find prop shops, I would say probably not as this is not the time of year to find that kind of thing in a store (i.eit's not Halloween)Good Luck!
I recently purchased a cast iron dutch oven, it showed rust after the first useCan anyone tell me how t remove rust and reseason cast iron?
I use salt and canola oil to remove rust on my cast ironMake a paste and scrub the rust offThen wash and then put a liberal coating of oil by using a paper towel on the inside and outside of potPlace in oven upside down (place aluminum foil under to catch any oil drips) and bake at 500 degrees for 30 minutesThen turn off your oven and let it come to room temperature before removing the potYou can repeat this process a few times to really season it.
I recently bought several jars of apricot Jam (on sale) and now I'm trying to figure out what to do with all of them.Any good recipes using apricot Jam that might be tasty?I'm interested in any sort of recipe, main dish, dessert, etc.Thanks.
This is one of those deliciously simple recipes you'll use again and againSpicy Apricot Chicken 1/4 cup apricot jam 1/4 teaspoon red-pepper flakes 4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves (about 6 ounces each) Coarse salt and ground pepper Directions 1.Heat broiler, with rack set 4 inches from heatIn a small bowl, stir together jam and red-pepper flakes; set glaze aside2.Place chicken on an aluminum-foil-lined baking sheet; season with salt and pepperBroil until chicken begins to turn opaque, 5 to 6 minutes3.Brush glaze on chickenBroil until glaze is browned and an instant-read thermometer inserted in thickest part of chicken registers 165 degrees, 4 to 5 minutes more.
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Not ready, primer should look and feel smoothPaint is semi-transparent, any defect you have in the primer will show.