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So in my new apartment in have a fully working vintage oven and stove. However like any cooking technophile, I always want to know all I can do with what I cook with. I can't really seem to find any information on what the features of this stove are.


Anybody got any tips or suggestions with cooking on vintage stoves and ovens?
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I also have an elderly gas stove (I hate to call it vintage), and one more word of advice: keep a box of matches or a barbecue lighter on hand. The electric igniter mechanism on my stove is unreliable, and it sucks to have all the ingredients ready for a meal and then not be able to cook it because the burners won't light.

That said, I love cooking on a gas stove. Makes roasting peppers so much more fun.
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Watching ManU vs Real Madrid...exciting game thus far. :-D
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Arnova/Archos - Your valued and greatly adored ChildPad (nephews love the things) is greatly matched with the awesome customer service you just gave me. Keep it up! ^_^
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Yeah...but it's even better when I can call and not get the rigarmarole. Also, these babies are not expensive to repair (or to replace if you don't feel like it). I'm just glad I'm not getting yelled at for giving them an addiction to Angry Birds :-). 

But yeah, my nephews love them. They enjoy the games that are included by default, and, I added Aldilko when they first got them with tons of books to read. Apps Lib still leaves something to be desired, and, the parental protection is a trial easily bypassable, however, if they don't have wifi in the house(or know how to connect), then, it's really not needed. 

Totally would recommend them though, they're very inexpensive, and they work quite nicely for the children, with a proper case, of course. 
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2nd Attempt at Hokkaido Milk actually went pretty well, though, I'll probably want to up the recipe by 1/2. The texture also came out less crumbly, which made things MUCH better. 
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Wide awake at, listening to starred music on spotify, and pouring out code. LOVE IT. 
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Great way to start a Saturday.
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With it being this weekend...just giving you folks a reminder. 

http://paddynotpatty.com/
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Same situation here on Tuesday it's St Joseph's Day or Seppi Tag.
Not Joe's Day.
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Soooo much stuff to move and get rid of in this bedroom. #sftoeastbaymigration2013. 
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Cool, Alameda is a good place.
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Taking a coursera course on Songwriting with Berklee College of Music, and instructor just did the most Hannibal-like twist in his example for developing a song. 
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I can never see the phrase "drinking the Kool-Aid" the same way again. Darn you reddit.com/r/WTF. Anybody got cuddly bunnies?
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Yeah...but dude, the biggest part was I didn't know the full story behind that. And...I'm sick so my brain needs something else to feed on aside from mass suicide tragedies. 
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Mostly resting today (due to my second case of worksick this month) and taking another whack at Hokkaido Milk Bread. 
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IT Server Monkey Pirate
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Linux, Windows, Networking (Cisco/Juniper), FOSS, Security, Dedicated Servers, Cloud Servers, Virtualized Environments, etc.
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  • CloudPassage
    Jr. System Administrator, 2013 - present
  • GoGrid
    Key Account Systems Administrator, 2013 - 2013
  • GoGrid
    Support System Administrator, 2012 - 2013
  • Google
    Internal Technology Resident, 2010 - 2012
  • Norvax
    Jr. System Administrator, 2009 - 2010
  • DePaul University
    Lead Computer Lab Tech - Lincoln Park Campus, 2006 - 2010
  • Louisville Gas and Electric
    Intern, 2004 - 2005
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1 Part Nerd, 2 Parts Geek - shaken, not stirred.
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Hello, my name is Jamesha, and I'm here to put goofy in your Day!

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Known to sing harmonies just because, and master of Karaoke.
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I sooo miss Argo Tea! Stopped by here while on a layover, getting some tasty tea and the workers were cheerful as ever for 6am on a Saturday!
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reviewed 6 months ago
This is probably one of the best theaters in the Bay Area! I have always had a comfortable and enjoyable experience, especially in the historical theater during midnight showings or special events (as I write this...sitting through credits of Dark Night Marathon movie #1). If anybody is in Alameda they should definitely stop by!
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
For my first Hostel experience, I really enjoyed being at Coffee Home Hostel. Had hot water, cleanish bathroom, place to eat and place to sleep, while also being pretty inexpensive. The host of the place was also very nice and attentive. Additionally, it's location in the middle of the city center is pretty nice, so you are very close to all that you can see and do in Lviv. I think the only downside is that you do have to go up some of stairs to get up to the place, but, the view of the rooftops in the city is pretty sweet.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Have sat in and ordered from this place. Rolls are surprisingly less expensive than other rolls in town, and quite delicious. Service wasn't bad either.
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I stopped by here on the way home, and while there is a line if you want scoops, hitting the fridge and grabbing a pint or ice cream sandwich (like I did) bumps you up front. I had a Peanut Butter cookie with Malted Vanilla Ice Cream. It was really really good, so I'll definitely be heading back to this place!!
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Close to my house, delicious burritos, and open later than most Mexican shops in Alameda.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Place is clean, selection of drinks and food are good for a cafe-like place, and great milk teas(especially the orange one)! Star off though for being cash only(understandable, but still).
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