Any super secret tips for cooking a ham? We're having people for dinner in a few days.
And we presume it's about like cooking ham.
But also: I just had a salad and realized how much I love ham. I put a lot of ham on it. It was like 2 cups of spinach, a little bit of cheese, maybe 2 hard boiled eggs (all sliced up, so it's hard to tell how much, in terms of eggs, you're getting), and at least 1/2# of ham. I also had some broccoli and fruit on the side. It was a good salad. I am terribly glad not to be Jewish.
I googled around to find a picture of the guy in Puritan services who would poke people with a special stick if they fell asleep or something during church services. And also, of course, pictures of vergers holding verges or maces.
Hermann Goerner performing The Human Link, a test which is somewhat a test of tensile strength.
D'oh. I did a stupid and tedious manual process to correct a pile of data and then I sent out a report based on the previous incorrect data. Fortunately, somebody caught it before it went out to the world and it could be corrected easily. But, seriously: doing a stupid and annoying manual process should guarantee that I at least use the results from it, shouldn't it?
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