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"fettuccine pasta" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper
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Center is this versus in other words brusher gate stuff has total Kurt like mainstream Right it's totally part we see it on MSNBC. NBC CBS. ABC Right so the ratio of like co of insanity to mainstream is much higher. I think when you actually when you do just for the equation Yeah how mathematical you do that, but it comes out to be pretty close, but this this is. This is pretty pretty pretty nut so anyway. Good Great News Right, Republicans! Let's let's hope there. There are more than. Person Trump did not endorse right and the hilarious part about that. Politically significant for a couple of reasons because trump is now had a a series of these. Situations where the people used endorse have lost primaries. A huge thing because that wouldn't have been even remotely close close to possible even a couple of years ago, but the the Over actually this. This Tipton character because she argued that he was insufficiently supportive of trump, even though the Tipton is actually is is an trump's campaign is Colorado something chairman of would. Just a Tipton. A We need a wrench up for that right now. Yeah, he even has the drums set. May Not know this, but mad hasn't drums up behind him so anyway. That was Republicans ripple. Begin Suck. What we have for isn't that we're so for. Isn't that weird I mean? It was hard for me to to set on one thing and you know. What did they say? Good things? Come in threes. So apparently weird things come in threes, also so we have a kind of Holy Trinity of Penis Related Stories Excellent. We're 'cause. I chose a trinity of the. Isn't that terrible stories ahead? Well, actually I kind of felt like. Maybe they should be terrified. To kind of dismiss the seriousness of this and the terror of this. Let's start with India where a man put a cell phone charger. Penis It got stuck in his bladder and had to be removed by surgeons. And we actually have the photo of it. We have both an x ray and the photo of it remote. I don't seem to see I. Don't think this is oh. I, get it. I was going to say it's not the full shorter the cord. It's not the. Air It was just the court, just the tip of the charger. Okay, I have it's in there so x Ray. And you see, it's just like right there. In the bladder and it looks almost like a pasta nude like it almost looks like a fettuccine pasta fresh very fresh. Yeah, and you see it's really quite horrible and If you scroll down Dan will actually see it removed. So what happened was an Indian man who went to hospital with a domino pain head inserted a mobile phone charger cable into his penis. He visited. Visited a hospital in northeastern India claiming he had ingested some ear funds, but when the cord didn't appear despite the patient being prescribed laxatives, doctors resorted to surgery. The doctor said he came to us after five days, and despite passing stool several times, the cable did not come out. We then conducted an endoscopy, but still couldn't find anything. As the patient complained of severe pain, we decided to form surgery and found that there was nothing in his intestine. I. It was at that point that an X. Ray revealed the man of two foot long charging cable and his bladder surgery. Get leads from the penis to the bladder then I made incision there and took out the cord, which was actually a charging cable of over two feet long. If he'd been honest. Then it would've saved us the trouble and we treated him sooner so. Be listened to you know the doctor said I've read that people use to get sexual gratification by inserting instruments through the penis. This is one such case and psychiatrists can help them beyond. This point tells you something about isn't. Of Anatomy first of all I guess, he was lying, right? Well, yes, but the fact that he thought that. He thought he could trick them. Oh, I, see! Just it it's going to. Throw the peanuts not gonNA end up in your bladder when you have. Two more peanuts. That's peanuts story number one now. Let's go into number. Two sex addict claims hot. Female gamers caused him to injure his pianists I hate when that happens. People a Gamer is very.
"fettuccine pasta" Discussed on WNBA Nation
"Hear your face. It is March officially. Which is the best basketball time of the year outside of April and then may in all the way through October but lots of good months but marches such good one so glad we have a lot of conference basketball? The dive into you. But first things first. Let's introduce the rest of the posse pasta. It's just been such a good day. For Steve's Mouth Logan as a going did so good. It's good to be an honestly ever since we did this episode last year. I've been looking for doing it again. Also it's pretty fun liked being like this is the most wrong we are in one fell swoop. It's the best and that's including a lot of takes that Logan and I have had which is saying a lot because Logan and I are very bad it takes so I want to apologize officially to I was going to call off some names but I don't apologize beforehand to all the picks that I made for this route just before we get anything off. We are sorry in advance really quick is a posse is like a tight knit group. Posse who specifically spaghetti. We eat a lot of FETTUCCINI PASTA AT NEVER. Never ending possible for being honest. I think that the three of us would qualify as a pasta. Then that I know how much to consume and I know it pales in comparison to Logan but I still think it's above average square in the middle. Steve recently took the plunge into snapchat. I think I might be the only one that he snapped jets. I cited check my snapchat about every three months and I had like seven for my wife and then I never like snap you. I just get snapped by you right. It's I now know I hear from out here. From more commonly just just north three nights ago he received a couple of images of me making meat sauce noodles Eh. Got His respect for making my news directly. So that's the only reason I use snapchat is to let people know like. Hey it's midnight but your boys making Pasta and he He knows I appreciate it. Because because Logan everyone what I got for Christmas last year oh he got me like a legit pasta a noodle like a positive who will make your noodles. I've yet to take it for a spin. Although I have watched Gordon Ramsay videos on how to use it. I wanted to try that. I'll report back after this week the week where I bust that out but it's I mean it was. It was a substantial Christmas gift. Had some weight to it and that's it was very heavy. The world could ask idea what this is as soon as I get that figured out. I'm serious we're going to be that much closer to row peace and six months. Wnba basketball season and other dreams that we want sign up so real uniforms all the good stuff. Yes come in. We can do this today. We have so much conference ball talking to This is the this week Kicks Off Conference Championship. Play will run through next week for some conferences. Obviously that Paul's writing March madness bracket CS. And all the good stuff. I just guys I need to get something off my chest. Sometimes words. You know need us but need need for talked up. We need talk brought you player. Express yourself three rookies here. I'm.
"fettuccine pasta" Discussed on Curiosity Daily
"Hi we're here from curiosity dot com help you could smarter in just a few minutes on Cody Goff and I'm actually Hamer today you learn about why a normal body temperature isn't really ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit why Mars Rovers should look for rocks that looked like Fettuccini and how often you should replace your toothbrush was brush off some curiosity rented. Have your mind blown a normal body. Temperature isn't really ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius. It turns out that the old ninety the eight point six degree rule of thumb is a result of outdated science that nobody thought that question until relatively recently the temperature. You're probably familiar with came from the eighteen sixty eight publication titled the course of temperature in diseases by German physician named Carl Reinhold Goose Wunderlich. This book was a big deal because buner lake had analyzed a ridiculously massive data set to come up with the findings in it as in several million temperature records of around twenty five thousand in patients after he analyzed the data he wrote this historic statement quote when the organism is in a normal condition the general temperature of the body maintains itself at the physiologic point thirty seven degrees Celsius or ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit unquote also concluded that the upper limit of the normal body temperature was one hundred point four degrees Fahrenheit or thirty eight degrees Celsius and anything above that counted as fever every check of a thermometer touch burning forehead and prescription of fever reducing drugs hearkens back to this eighteen sixty eight book and lunar licks data set was so big. Nobody really questioned it until almost a century later in a nineteen fifty study researchers recorded quartered an average temperature as low as ninety seven point eight and in one thousand nine hundred to researchers found an average temperature of about ninety eight point two degrees Fahrenheit those studies used smaller data sets but then again it's nearly impossible that buner like had actually. I analyzed all the data he collected because he didn't have a computer even if he had the principles statistical analysis didn't make their way into general use until decades after he'd published his book and there's no evidence that voter like knew about those principles not to mention he took his temperature readings before the thermometer scale was standardized which happened about a decade after his death. We're not saying Lunar Lake was a bad scientist after all. He did establish that a fever is a symptom of a disease not a disease itself. That's a win. We're just saying that even the most respected science still needs to be double checked scientists only valuable with a system of checks and balances. No result is above a second look. According to a new NASA funded study that appeared in astro biology the next commissions to Mars should be on the lookout for rocks that look delicious. I'm talking about rocks that looked like Fettuccini Pasta and here's a fun fact. The formation of these types of rocks here on earth is controlled by ancient bacteria that thrive in environments similar similar to Mars as reported by universe today this bacteria which is known as and I will do my best to pronounce this so for a hydrogen I._B._M.. Yellowstone N._C.. Or Sofer I- nice thanks belongs longs to lineage that evolved over two point three five billion years ago it uses sulfur and carbon dioxide as energy sources thrives in heat and extremely low oxygen environments and can withstand exposure to ultraviolet light in hot hot springs the microbe assembles itself into strands and promote the crystallization of calcium carbonate rock more commonly known as travertine which gives it. It's pasta like appearance. The unique shape instructor are a result of the so Farai Ferai bacteria forming into chains to prevent from being washed away the chains allowed them to remain fixed to rock formations and absorb nutrients from the hot springs. This behavior makes it relatively easy to detect when conducting geological surveys and would make it easy to identify when searching for signs of life on other planets Bruce Faulk is a professor of geology and lead researcher on the NASA study and he collected samples from mammoth hot springs in Yellowstone National Park using sterilized. Pasta forks of all things and then analyzed the microbial genomes to figure out the organisms metabolic needs the team also examined the bacteria's rock building capabilities and from the proteins on the bacterial surface dramatically increase how fast last calcium carbonate crystallizes in and around the strands in fact they figured out that these proteins cost crystallization at a rate that is one billion times faster than any other natural environment on the planet a little over a year from now Nasr's Nasr's Mars Two Thousand Twenty rover will be heading to the Red Planet to carry on the hunts for life. According to the researcher the rover should be on the lookout for this type of bacteria and the resulting rock formations as they would be an easily discernible bio signature and and definite evidence of the presence of alien microbes because everybody likes carbs even Aliens Shirt Mama Mia. Today's episode is sponsored by butcher box. You choose from four curated boxes exes or customize your own box and every month butcher box will send you at least nine to eleven pounds of meat delivered straight to your door so actually I let butcher box pick the meat they sent me and they sent me some New York Strip steaks and we're really thick. I don't usually by cuts of meat that ED thick and yet it was super delicious it seriously was we better than most of the grocery store yes that New York Strip was amazing and right now. Butcher box is offering juicy flavorful grill ready one hundred percent grass-fed beef burgers perfect for any summer cookout butcher box burgers are.
"fettuccine pasta" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Not in the same. I have a craving realizing we're taught. Yeah. I mean, this is actually I'm going to get a little worried for you right now. We can try to go, okay. This one's about so worrisome. Okay when I'm sick or when I've had a day, and I need someone's arms around me just say, everything's gonna be okay. The way that comes is my husband's creamy fettuccini pasta. Like he makes the best fettuccini. It's the old TGI Fridays recipe from the eighties. Yeah. Sometimes he'll put like sausage and tomatoes. And sometimes they'll put vegetables in it sometimes. It's just a plain noodles and cream cheese. Makes me feel loved, and happy and just like satisfied. And that's because it's from him because it's not like you would go and get that at TGI Fridays and feel thing, right? But I have so many feelings attached to it. Yeah. And if I'm sick, a lot of times, like you want the hell will be like, do you want me to make creamy? Oh, god. When you're sick really. Oh, god. That would be way too much for me. Okay. Another one, because I was talking to my mother-in-law about it. She's like, okay, you're coming up to the cabin for the first time, what do you want me to make? And I was thinking what she makes that I really like I'm like, oh, please, make your Ricarda meatballs. She makes these there from the New York Times it's a Meatball that is full over. Cotta cheese mixed in with the Brad's super light, and airy. Yeah. Actually, I don't think they have bred. They're very light and airy and then she makes us to simple basil, tomatoes sauce. That's on soc and altogether with spaghetti without spaghetti is just fantastic. And I realize that makes me happy to. Yeah. And I think that again, okay? So the only I think, anybody from the Emily project would absolutely lose their mind at this discussion because the big thing is you don't wanna use food is a substitute for happiness in your life because it's obviously, it can take Dona road that is like, not actually fixing your life. But then just ingesting a bunch of Kreditini frito. And so there's a thing with that. And I, I'm hearing you and I know that you're his. Tin beyond call, please. Yes, I can get that seem like sometimes just like really good. Yeah. Is like life-affirming. Well, I think I think. Is honestly is that you find you find joy with pieces with food and flavors and that is the thing that sparks a little bit of joy in you. And that's in that gives you that place that you're looking for. I don't think you're seeking substitution feel like it. But I it's definitely I'm sure it's emotional eating, too. I mean on your world is crashing in around you trying to find a lifeline. Creamy fettuccini noodles satisfied. Yeah. For that lifeline. Yeah. And I'm not saying that God knows you know like when we're on pressure for deadline and stuff, they all joke in the office because of food at our aides Cheetos, you know what I mean. Like I don't have any time to go getting food. And I just have to eat something I'm gonna have to put something in my face right now. And it's always a bag of Cheetos, and so that's not like a stress moments. And so that's different. But I think it's funny though, because I don't think it's I don't think it's I think we, we do use food to comfort and I think that's why there's a term called comfort food. Right. You know, I mean there's an entire term of like. Meatloaf and mashed potatoes, which is supposed to sort of help kind of CD, but I think, is more to that. It's a there's a memory piece of it like for you. It's your husband's and maybe the act of him cooking, you food. That's a closer attachment to it, it is. And I have to say this is a very odd thought. But when I making that bag of smooth smoothies, microwave popcorn, and I'm putting that velvet Honey butter. I am thinking about the people that own that farm, I think about the velvet bees, Honey people because I know them personally. Yeah, yeah. It's also like weird in that way. Well, we aren't definitely on the show, definitely invested in motion Lii in food, because that's the whole reason we have show, and that's the whole reason why you are probably listening to us. And I had Albert, oh, so this week, I went to the Minneapolis location and had this trio, and that Eleanor Tena kind of orange salsa that they have. That's it's spicy. And it's thick and it coats the chip and I haven't had it in a while. And I used to have it after chemo. Oh, well, yeah. Oh, wow. Trigger. They're definitely triggers. I think the difference is when you're like when you're like someone. Seventeen fried chicken's like that's a different thing. I think that we're clearing happen. You know what I'm kind of interested in this idea of, like emotional food. And this is actually why we have, I think hotcakes, which is we're gonna talk about this next. We're gonna take a quick break. But before we go, I want to let you know, on the Facebook we do have a question, and it's, it's to me, it's kind of interesting because this is the thing where people get passionate about about kind of like a hill that they're gonna die on with food, whether that's a hot dog is a sandwich, or the sweet Martha's cookies are that good. These are things that people have emotional reactions and feelings, and Pat, when Martha's cookies aren't that good my like right, heart clenched. This is what I'm saying. So people people this is an argument. So this is a hot take. You know, we call them hot takes. And so, what are the what is hot? Take the view. No hot take is. That's a thing on the internet. When you have a hot take when you have a very impassioned plea. Controversial thing that you throw out there. Like, what's your take on like the, the apple sprints so much cooler than come on? I don't know. More take though anyway, take I have a question on. What is your take on the Facebook and we're going to go over those, but be ready because we're gonna talk a little bit about some of the.
"fettuccine pasta" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Yeah. Okay. There's going to be cleavage, but first you have to walk through this Chinese restaurant graveyard, women Arina stir Yang's, I think completely unexpectedly, but maybe in retrospect understandably, particularly in in its location, you know, and I I guess it functions as sort of super tame strip club. Right. It's like a no nudity. The deal Christian suburban dads who can't go to the strip club. But one of these something with the boys that feels allude on the edge is that who's going to hooters? I am magin. Although so the original owners like sold the brand it sold again at sold again and each new level of Inc. It became more and more professional the owners group became more and more professional hooters continued to expand until in in our own time. There are over four hundred thirty hooters locations worldwide. So if it's demographic is just Christian dads that can't go to a strip club. The world is full of them. What's it doing Dubai and thank cock and Barcelona explain a hooters to someone who has never been in which are hopefully includes one hundred percent of the far distant future. Well, or maybe all restaurants in the future are hooters. It's like idiosyncrasy. Entirely possible that future links are als and hooters, take a completely different. Meaning we just made fun of their asymmetrical. Is there like a horse? My left is a little saggy. That's just how some als are not being so normative, so ocular normative. Hooters is a chain restaurant which liked all chain restaurants services. Serves a menu of weird sort of appetizer based foods hot spicy, chicken wing, served based foods. I went I went into a restaurant at one point on tour years and years ago that was down in South Carolina somewhere and on the menu was some sort of chicken fettuccini, you know, it was a menu that pot wings. Nachos potato skins onion rings, chicken fettuccini. Tacos. You know? And I said to the waitress is this like an afraid o- or what is this chicken fettucini is like red sauce? I'm just trying to get a sense of what I'm about to order, and she said, well, I mean, it's a fettuccini base off. And I was like fettuccini based sauce yet. And she meant Alfred. Oh, right. They've ground up fettuccine pasta and put it over the. Fettuccine? It's like feeding chicken Gupta chickens. So every part of the fettuccini. I think that it is a sort of, you know, it's very recur sive food like you've seen onion rings as an appetizer. Yeah. But what if we made it entree size by deep frying, a whole onion? Yeah. This is this is appetizer based cuisine ABC. Always be always be truing lead attorney. By the way, my kids are huge snobs about not going to chain restaurants. And I think it's because there's not a whole lot within the city limits of city with expensive rent like Seattle won't Seattle. Traditionally I think excluded a lot of chains by virtue of zoning there's like redlining. Yeah. Yeah. Like, I we were keeping on minorities. But then we turned our wrath on Applebee's. If you want to go to a Red Lobster you have to go to Tacoma, Washington. And I don't think that there's a WalMart within Seattle city limits. You have to go to Renton. I mean, there were some covenants that prohibited like the Broadway business district. There was a Taco Bell grandfathered in for a long time. But I guess there's a subway up. My problem is that I'm creating this. I'm certainly not taking my kids to apple back or PF changs. Even we'll to people like when they say that I feel if I feel like a terrible person. They're like we can't go to PJ Friday. Yeah. You've made it into knob snobs. Mr. -'s awful. My kids are awful. Two people of the future or or rather to future Ling's of whatever stripe. They may be living in a post chain restaurant universe. But in our time, it was a kind of an innovation that began in the nineteen fifties where people franchised restaurants. So that you had you could have a reliable and dependable similarity between different restaurants as you travel narratives for the diner in new automative, America..
"fettuccine pasta" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Today. AM? Charlotte told ubt FM Chester wlnk HD two Charlotte. Food restaurant. I think it's nearly supper. I'll pass. It does matter. Gotta get some pestilence. You're listening to this show is cooking on WBZ. Most. WBZ studio kitchen love pasta. I really do. I love all Italian food. I always have. I love cooking it. I love eating it. And I don't know. I find it. I find there's more items that are talion foods that I make than anything else. Whatever reason I don't know why. But that's what I've I've leaned towards and in this cookbook that I have here. I don't know how many decades I've had this. But it is called the sunset Italian cookbook. The corners as a special edition prepared for colony wines. I don't know if they still sell my, Nevertheless, I guess it was a promotional cook. But those sunset cookbooks that they sold for five ninety five a piece and in it is what they call fresh pasta with cream. And it's what you and I know as fettuccini Alfredo. This is also a very easy recipe. In fact, it's so easy to get good at it that once you've made it a few times, and you've made it. Well, you're going to be challenged. When you go out to dine to have it taste as good as yours. I promise you. I really do. I've made it several times I've probably made several dozens of times over the decades. But it never gets old. And I really love making it don't make it often because yes, it's a lot of butter and heavy cream, and it's delicious. So you offset it and another night. You have the big stuff shrimp, which has the butter. But it's still a lot better for you. Anyway, fettuccini Alfredo is very easy dish to make and it takes very few ingredients. And if you get the right ingredients, you you can make a little taste. I guarantee even the first time better than when you go to the restaurant. Butter first ingredient. And when I'm talking about our I'm always talking about unsalted butter. I do not buy salted. But I haven't bought bought salted butter in a long long long time because I prefer to add the salt myself, whether it's kosher salt or sea salt versus regular table salt, especially I'd I saw that's the last thing I want, but I want to choose. So I will always use unsalted butter. In this case, simply one stick eight tablespoons, very simple, and you wanna pan that is you the nonstick or a really well seasoned cast iron Skillet. The fourteen inch twelve to fourteen inch Skillet works. Really great tall sides helps because you're making a sauce a cream sauce. And in addition to the butter fresh, pasta, you can get that all over town, pasta and provision sells it at their outlets. They sell it at other outlets like the seafood. Retailer down on cedar. Walk and Ballantyne, many many places has it. And I know all the Harris teeters they'll have either fettuccini, which is what you want or they'll have something similar. They'll have a linguini. It must be they'll have a spaghetti, which you can't do you really want fresh fettuccini, that's optimal. No, it does not have to be fresh. You can use dry. You cook? It just right. Just just before Dante because you're going to be putting it into the software cooks a little bit more. Best is fresh if you can get fresh pasta fresh fettuccini, you need just eight ounces just a half a pound and the one stick of butter. And then you need to cups of heavy cream, two cups of what they call whipping cream or heavy cream. Same thing to me, whichever one. It says on outside is fine. And and it's easy to remember two cups because that's how it sold as a pint. So recently, you got half a pound of fresh fettuccini pasta. You've got one stick of butter, which is eight tablespoons, you've got two cups of whipping or heavy cream. And then one Cup or says here three ounces. I'd go with the cups worth of grated parmesan cheese. You can use the tub that comes for like from star Gento if you want if you want to splurge get a small because you only talking three ounces if you get four ounces or quarter pound of the real thing that is the parmigiano reggiano that they smell that. They saw in the small they sell it in there. You could definitely smell it. They sell it in the small pieces at Harris teeter and a lot of times it's half price..