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Larry Osborne
Giving up doesn’t always mean you’re weak, sometimes it means you are strong enough and smart enough to let go and move on.
Giving up doesn’t always mean you’re weak, sometimes it means you are strong enough and smart enough to let go and move on.

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I want one!
From last week, Moto 360 designer: 'we wanted to hit that Whoa! mark'

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Let's have dinner.
One of our all time favorite meals is a Roasted Rack of Pork not only is it amazingly delicious and easy to prepare, it's also a very economical.  

 I usually buy my Rack of Pork at either Sam's Club of Costco  with a cost of around $25 for the whole rack.  While your there by a container of Montreal Steak Seasoning and the only other item you need is a good deli mustard.
I'll be making this tonight for Sunday Supper (and Monday leftovers)

This would make a great addition to your Thanksgiving or Christmas Table.
Rack of Pork
1 8 bone center cut rack of pork
olive oil
sea salt
black pepper
Montreal Steak Seasoning
2 carrots -rough cut
1 small onion-rough cut and include skins
2 stalks of celery- rough cut
6 cloves garlic peeled
preheat oven to 450 degrees
In a roasting pan add your rough cut vegetables
rinse the rack of pork well and pat dry
place rack fat side up, on top of cut veggies
apply liberal amount of olive oil, rubbing it into the meat
sprinkle entire rack with sea salt, pepper and then with an extra coating of Montreal Steak Seasoning (use a good amount of Montreal seasoning forming a light crust)
place pan in preheat oven at 450 degrees for 15 minutes.
after 15 minutes reduce heat to 325 and continue to roast for approximately 2 hours or until internal temperature on the outside of the racks has reached 160*
This will ensure the outside of the pork is well done while the center cuts are not cooked quite as much. *
Remove the Rack from the oven placing on a cutting board and allow to rest for 10 minutes before slicing the meat. This will allow all the juices to remain in the rack, rather than have them run all over the plate, making the meat dry.
While the rack is resting, place 2 cups of water in the roasting pan and place on the oven and with a spoon loosen all the baked in meat scraps from the pan, making your pan gravy.
Strain out all of the vegetable pieces and any residue
Cut the rack along the bones, making even portions of the pork, serve with your pan gravy and your favorite sides!
*when you remove a larger cut of meat from the oven it will continue to cook and the temperature of the meat will rise 10 more degrees. *Pork can be eaten at lower temperatures than 165 degrees, but if your entire party would like the meat very well done, you can continue to roast the rack until the center cuts are 155 degrees/
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#RackofPork   #porkrecipes   #askchefdennis   #holidayrecipes  

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Please park this in my garage wohoo cool!
Mercedes-Benz has revealed the AMG Vision Gran Turismo Concept before itS LA Auto Show debut. What say you, is it stunning?

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If getting an insurance policy seems hard enough, you might get more confused when technical terms start to come in. Know the car #insurance deductible in details, read through!

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if it low fat, then let's try this. thanks for the recipe +EcoRico TV :)
Experimenting in the EcoRico kitchen with LOWFAT SCONES.

Making Dried Berry, Dark Chocolate Chip and Fresh Raspberry Scones. The ones pictured are Currant Scones.

Perfecting the recipes!

#sconesrecipe #healthyrecipes #lowfatrecipes #ecorico #giselleachecar #latinfood #latinchef  

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Take action before it's TOO late.
Typhoon Haiyan should be a "wake-up call" for countries to take urgent action on climate change, says the UK's Disasters Emergency Committee, as UN talks on the issue enter a second week.

The group of UK aid agencies said the Philippines disaster was a glimpse of the future for millions who would be at risk from extreme weather.

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Read our ‘Almost Human’ series premiere review to find out if Karl Urban and Michael Ealy make a good odd couple in JH Wyman’s futuristic cop procedural.
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