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Stew pt. 2 and September DOG!

I baked the same stew as the previous recipe with the few tweaks mentioned. The low-sodium cream of mushroom worked just as planned and picked up the flavor of the stew by letting you taste more than the salt. A few of the bacon pieces were not as crispy which some people complained about: I guess people don't want a whole bacon. I was in a time rush otherwise I would have made all the bacon crispy. The finished product was delicious and a very solid addition to my repertoire.

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10/8/11 Gil's LotD: Mariachi

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZS_6-IwMPjM A Mariachi band playing for a whale.


10/7/11 Gil's LotD crap: Standgebläse

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=standgebl%C3%A4se "German word for a girl who's short enough to blow a guy standing straight up."


10/7/11 Gil's LotD: Subway drills

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/25/nyregion/deep-below-park-avenue-a-200-ton-drill-at-rest.html A massive drill bit used to create NYC subway tunnels will be left underground and encased in concrete.

10/6/11 Gil's LotD: Furniture arrangement

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlDoSv6uDKQ UCLA mathematicians have created a system for automatically arranging furniture.

10/5/11 Gil's LotD: Trial by combat

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trial_by_combat#United_States Trial by combat hasn't been explicitly outlawed in the United States yet!

10/4/11 Gil's LotD: Law French

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_French Law French is the language once used in English courts and gave English many of its legal terms.

10/3/11 Gil's LotD crap: Manhattan

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SsSAaJ6BII Timelapses of Manhattan. Needs more Phillip Glass.


10/3/11 Gil's LotD: Graphs

http://circos.ca/ Circos is used to render genomes attractively. It can also handle any undirected graph. I successfully used it to create a diagram of all of my Facebook friends and their connections. Bonus link: OpenOrd is a plugin for another graph drawing software which can handle very large number of nodes.


10/2/11 Gil's LotD: Game of Thrones

Three pictures referencing HBO's Game of Thrones TV series (and fantasy novels): one, two, three.


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