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Omega: I just watched vintage Alton Brown on cooking bivalves

He would have called it a scallop shell dial, I think. Cheers Mike
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By: cazalea
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Omega: I guess I am …

Or Tiger is.
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By: cazalea
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Food & Wine: Thanks, I’m taking baby steps in the kitchen today

Do we have too many? I once said “we can never have too many tomatoes… “ now she’s planting more (big ones). Cazalea
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By: cazalea
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Food & Wine: Tomato Season

Pick off stems & leaves. Put in hot pan. Add olive oil, basil, oregano, salt & pepper A splash of good Italian wine and/or balsamic vinegar Whizz it with a stick blender ( in a pot, not this shallow pan) Pasta & Parmesan cheese No sausage or roast lamb so I improvised with fried cubes of
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By: cazalea
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Cartier: I have refreshed / resurrected many an old watch

It's possible to tune or repair almost any kind of mechanical watch. The biggest issues for daily use are lack of waterproofing, and general sensitivity of old movements vs new shock-protected watches. If you wear it carefully as a momento of mother or dad, then no problem. The gold will come back b
11h
By: cazalea
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Automotive: OK, reasonable

Last year production, manual shift, overdrive, leather inside, no rust, $25k if it wasn't for COVID it would be in my driveway by now
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By: cazalea
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Horological Meandering: Funny, I wore this for a few days and nobody asked if it was a Rolex

Of course 2CV drivers don't normally sport gold watches, but since friends have been bringing me their gold stuff to fix I am beginning to like the look of it. but I am sure either people don't believe it's real, or they know it's an old man watch and probably real but not very desirable. or else th
12h
By: cazalea
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Rolex: How different they appear than the 7750 as skeletonized

by Chronoswiss .. the Daytona doesn't look as "full" of movement bits. Cazalea
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By: cazalea
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