rachelebaker.com Review:Rachele Baker, Veterinarian and Author | Posts about pet health, resources for pet parents, and chapter previews for Dr. Baker's upcoming book for pet parents about Dogs With Allergies - Posts about pet health, resources for pet parents, and chapter previews for Dr. Baker's upcoming book for pet parents about Dogs With Allergies
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I've found taking one tablet daily is helpful to keep bladder infections at bay. Used to buy at Walmart, but half the time they were out necessitating another trip. They were also rude when asked about it.
I tried a halogen oven, it failed in just weeks! This one is pure infrared, much better design, more temperature range, sensible timer controls. In the 3 months that I've owned this one, it has performed very well. The high-profile advantage of this configuration oven is that one does not have to dig into a deep 350 degree glass bowl (read HOT!!, a real finger/hand burner!) to attend to what is being cooked. The heating element and the oven 'walls' screw together, becoming one piece that the cook lifts off of the base, exposing the food, making it oh so easy to turn over, toss, serve, whatever. I think it is a great addition to my kitchen toys. Excellent for slow cooking rubbed spare ribs in a baking bag, at about 225F, for 3 or 4 hours. I use it often for low-fat potato wedges: put raw potato wedges into a freezer bag, (*or a vacuum marinator!) with some oil/vinegar, sliced garlic and smashed rosemary, salt n pepper. Zip it up, leave it in the fridge for a day or two, then drain and spread the wedges in your NuWave oven, at highest temperature for about 20 minutes. You'll be in love! *if you use a vacuum marinator, leave the potatoes in it for not more than one hour, drain and bake.
My Samsung Smart TV just showed me an advertisement in the menu bar. It put the ad where the button I was trying to push usually sits. I paid a lot for this TV, and having Samsung use the software to shove additional ads onto the screen is a giant extended middle finger to its customers.
Always interesting. Love the cartoon on the cover. Articles and interviews of how chefs got started, kept going and what they would do differently, if anything, if they could do it all again.