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  1. TexLaw

    RIP John Prine

    Vanderbilt, so darn near right on Music Row.
  2. TexLaw


    Alright, so, I actually learned this in college. Yes, this is one of those times when my Neuroscience degree serves a purpose other than making me sound all fancy-pants smart (or arrogant, as the case may be). Hiccups largely are an effect of irritation or inflammation of the Vagus nerve (the...
  3. TexLaw

    Hair Bands

    I love Stevie. If you are talking hair, though, you have to include her counterpart. And, then, there are a few other heads who always comes to mind when I think of hair and music.
  4. TexLaw

    RIP John Prine

    @captp, growing up in Texas, I bumped into John Prine's music from time to time. I know I saw him on Austic City Limits a could times, and someone would usually pop something in at a get together where music was playing. Even before I knew who I was hearing, I always got a kick out of his...
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    @malocchio, I wouldn't think that Cafiza would be a good idea for your grinder--that rice sounds like it should do the trick. I use Cafiza for cleaning my roaster and a few other things that I don't want dish soap on (such as wine decanters, wine glasses, demitasse cups for drinking espresso...
  6. TexLaw

    So...anyone else watching Wrestlemania?

    I watched the first one, and that was fun, and that was it.
  7. TexLaw

    RIP John Prine

    Without a doubt.
  8. TexLaw

    Starburst or Skittles?

    I'm not a huge fan of either, but Starburst are head and shoulders above Skittles in my book. Starburst are fruitier, and I like the tang. Skittles are just cloyingly sweet. @OkieStubble, that doesn't sound terrible at all! There's no way I'd want a whole lot of that, but I might have to...
  9. TexLaw

    Whisk or K-beater, Kenwood Chef KM400

    If you need to cream butter and sugar, though, you want the whisk for that. May as well get both.
  10. TexLaw

    Whisk or K-beater, Kenwood Chef KM400

    The K-beater paddle for cakes.
  11. TexLaw

    Tea newbie looking for recommendations...

    When it comes to your own joy, that's the only thing that counts.
  12. TexLaw


    I love Cafiza.
  13. TexLaw

    Who isnt going back to their barber shop when all this is over?

    I can hardly wait to get back to the shop. Having my hair cut and washed, followed by a shoulder massage, is a simple an relatively inexpensive luxury I enjoy and relish. I actually have a deal with my shop where, for a monthly fee, I can come in as often as I want for a cut or just a neck...
  14. TexLaw


    I'm very glad to hear that's all it was. It didn't make sense that 70-100 batches would take the tin off your pots. I didn't know if you had lousy ibriks or were putting some pretty funky stuff in there! :eek2: :lol:
  15. TexLaw

    Foodie Movies and Shows

    Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
  16. TexLaw


    A young female that has not yet layed.
  17. TexLaw

    Olive oil and Bread

    You people made me get up and bake some semolina bread.
  18. TexLaw

    Olive oil and Bread

    That is one of my favorite scenes from that show. That's saying something, too, as I loved that show. I have it on DVD, and it might be time to watch it again, perhaps with a lovely Bagna Cauda.
  19. TexLaw

    Lemon Or Mint Tea

    I actually buy dried peppermint leaf and add it to to lose leaf tea. Typically, I like adding it to a good, malty Assam--typically one teaspoon of mint for each tablespoon of tea, but that varies with my whim. Really, it works well with about any tea when I'm in the mood, even green teas and...
  20. TexLaw

    What Tea/Tisane Are You Drinking?

    I do love a good jasmine tea (and I've been doing so even during the intervening two years since I last posted to that effect). Thanks for reviving the thread!