Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by JHDK, May 19, 2015.
He always sounds so pervy when he talks about a .....mmmmurder.......
I notice some frozen food items (pizza) suggest cooking the item in the oven directly on the oven rack... and not on a baking sheet of some kind. Do you guys do that? Or always use a baking sheet?
I'll do bread and things that aren't going to drip goo and grease and whatnot, but not pizza.
I don't want to deal with cleaning up molten cheese.
That's my thought too. One piece of cheese falls and you'll have that burnt smell pretty quick.
Whenever I think of Wolf things of mine do exactly that.
Then I imagine you'll all support my consternation about grilling pizza directly on the grates. Mrs Scotch has insisted on this several times, despite the fact that we have a "pizza stone" to cook on.
I haven't eaten frozen pizza in a decade or two, but I always cooked it right on the oven rack. That's the only way to get the crust crispy.
The other alligator ate a clock.
And because this alligator is a Hanna-Barbera character, he goes past the same group of trees 12 times in 30 seconds, similar to how Fred and Barney will pass the same three buildings 20 times in a row..
I was thinking of the alligator from Happy Gilmore.
We have a thread for that ...
Sundials in most areas will not be correct on Sunday...
I've been court-ordered to stay at least 300 feet from that thread.
But only in the summer.
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But in the summer, after we set our yardsticks ahead, he will have to stay three hundred three feet away from the thread.
Only for an hour.