It’s insane. Excerpt from Jonathan Storm’s review:
These women may take wiseacre aliases, dress outlandishly, and knock each other down as they skate insanely round and round a little oval, but they’re as real as a black eye after a barroom brawl. Their TV show sits you right down, documentary style, into the subculture and the genuine thrills and agony of the competition.
The game is no longer another choreographed performance like wrestling. This is not your daddy’s roller derby.
(optional – choose one)
white or red wine
The quantity notes were per Alton’s commentary.
Based on my experience with starchy/sugary vegetables in pouches (potato, parsnip, carrot, onion, garlic, 1 tbsp olive oil, fresh rosemary and thyme, bake at 350F for about an hour), if you’re cooking mainly starch/sugar, USE A FAT TO KEEP THE VEGGIES FROM STICKING. Trust me, chunks of potato permanently stuck to the aluminum foil are not edible. Also, if you’re using a higher (say, >5%) acidity vinegar, don’t use aluminum foil. Also goes for acidic veggies (like tomatoes). Finally, if you look at the list and connect the dots, you’ll notice that you can create a significant number Asian wok and noodle dishes with this table. What you can’t see is that you can create pretty much any salmon dish that doesn’t require searing. Old Seattle trick is to put salmon, dill, and lemon in aluminum foil, seal it tightly, and run it through the dishwasher (top rack). I am not making this up. (Some argue you need to run through two complete cycles, while others say no heat dry.)
My Motorola DCT 6412 DVR from Comcast has crashed 3 Monday’s in a row at 9:30pm. I’m not alone, though.
I’m calling Comcast.
Update: Called Comcast. The guy said he’d reset my box(which hasn’t happened). Whatever.
Update III: For reference, my software is: firmware 9.12 s/w ver 71.44 – 1203.