Румяная ароматная курочка

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Ни для кого не секрет, что особо румяная курочка получается, если в обмазку добавить мед. Или секрет? Тогда давайте готовить.

Правда, перед этим пару слов. Даже курицу я с некоторых пор предпочитаю не быстро зажаривать, а томить в духовке на слабом огне ну градусов 130, а то и меньше. Чтоб сверху не пригорала (есть такая беда в моей духовке) накрываю фольгой. Курица получается очень нежная и сочная, когда режешь из нее буквально вытекает сок. Чуть ли не бульон.

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Abed Bee

A rare public post.

Politics certainly brings out the worst in people.

If you this that this is personally about you, it's not. It's not about anybody that I'm friends with, or close to. More of a commentary on the general state of the world nowadays.

Comments closed because I don't want to hear it.
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Bones Hillman

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And you guys have been so amazing and supportive and awesome and helpful that I give you...a cat with toast on his head.

Starring Mall Cop.




Yes, it's filmed on my iPad, which is propped up by a Sounders lunchbox. 
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Bones Hillman

Mississippi Personhood Amendment

Mississippi is voting on November 8th on whether to pass Amendment 26, the "Personhood Amendment". This amendment would grant fertilized eggs and fetuses personhood status.

Putting aside the contentious issue of abortion, this would effectively outlaw birth control and criminalize women who have miscarriages. This is not a good thing.

Jackson Women's Health Organization is the only place women can get abortions in the entire state, and they are trying to launch a grassroots movement against this amendment. This doesn't just apply to Mississippi, though, as Personhood USA, the group that introduced this amendment, is trying to introduce identical amendments in all 50 states.

What's more, in Mississippi, this amendment is expected to pass. It even has Mississippi Democrats, including the Attorney General, Jim Hood, backing it.

The reason I'm posting this here is because I made a meager donation to the Jackson Women's Health Organization this morning, and I received a personal email back hours later - on a Sunday - thanking me and noting that I'm one of the first "outside" people to contribute.

So if you sometimes pass on political action because you figure that enough other people will do something to make a difference, make an exception on this one. My RSS reader is near silent on this amendment. I only found out about it through a feminist blog. The mainstream media is not reporting on it.

If there is ever a time to donate or send a letter in protest, this would be it.

What to do?

- Read up on it. Wake Up, Mississippi is the home of the grassroots effort to fight this amendment. Daily Kos also has a thorough story on it.

- If you can afford it, you can donate at the site's link.

- You can contact the Democratic National Committee to see why more of our representatives aren't speaking out against this.

- Like this Facebook page to help spread awareness.