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  1. Sauerkraut Rice Pork Ethnic (Bulgarian) Зелеви сарми с кайма Снимка: Бон Апети Необходими продукти за 8 порции: 1 кисела зелка 250 г свинска кайма 1 ч. ч. ориз 2 с. л. доматено пюре 1 ч. л. червен пипер 5 с. л. олио 1 морков 1 глава лук 1 ч. л. сух магданоз (1 с. л. пресен) 1 ч. л. чубрица сол и черен пипер на вкус Начин на приготвяне: 1. Лукът се нарязва на ситно, а морковът се настъргва. Запържват се в тенджера със сгорещеното олио за около минута. Добавя се измитият и отцеден ориз, разбърква се и се пържи 3–4 минути, докато оризът стане стъклен. 2. Поръсва се с червения пипер, разбърква се и се залива с 1 ч. ч. вряла вода. Посолява се и плънката се задушава на тих огън, докато оризът поеме течността. Подправя се с магданоза, чубрицата, черен пипер и доматеното пюре. Добавя се каймата и се разбърква добре, за да стане на трохи, след което се оттегля от огъня. 3. Листата на киселото зеле се отделят внимателно и им се отстранява кочанът. В основата на всяко листо се поставят по 1–2 с. л. от плънката в зависимост от големината на листата и се завиват сарми. 4. На дъното на дълбока тенджера се слагат зелевите кочани и няколко листа така, че да се покрие дъното. Върху тях се подреждат сармите със загънатата част надолу и се заливат с равни части зелев сок и вода, колкото да ги покрие. Сармите се затискат с чиния и тенджерата се поставя на огъня. Когато течността кипне, огънят се намалява и ястието се задушава още около 20–25 минути. 1 sauerkraut 250 g pork mince 1 h rice 2 tbsp tomato paste 1 tsp red pepper 5 tbsp oil 1 carrot 1 onion 1 tsp dry parsley (1 cl fresh) 1 tsp savory salt and pepper to taste Method of preparation: 1. Cut onion finely and carrots grated. Fry in a pot of hot oil for about a minute. Add the washed and drained rice, stir and fry for 3-4 minutes until the rice becomes glass. 2. Sprinkle with red pepper, stir and pour 1 hour of boiling water. Salted and the stuffing is suffocated on a quiet fire until the rice absorbs the liquid. Season with parsley, savory, pepper and tomato puree. Add the mince and stir well to make crumbs , then withdraw from the fire. 3. Remove the leaves from the cabbage carefully and remove the cob. At the base of each leaf, place 1-2 tbsp of the filling depending on the size of the leaves and turn the saplings . 4. Place the corn cobs and several leaves on the bottom of a deep saucepan so as to cover the bottom. On top of them, the snakes are arranged with the folded down part and they are poured with equal parts of cabbage juice and water to cover them. Sarmas are pressed with a plate and the pot is placed on the fire. When the liquid is boiling, the fire is reduced and the dish is stifled for about 20-25 minutes.
  2. Cabbage Ham Dumplings Eastern European Obviously taken from Food Network Yes, there is a big difference between how the receipt says to cut the dough and how he does it in the video. Live with it. Halushki with Pap's Dumplings Ingredients 2 cups all-purpose flour 3 eggs 3 ounces milk Salt and pepper 8 ounces (2 sticks) butter 1 large yellow onion, cut into medium dice 1 head savoy cabbage, cut into medium dice 2 tablespoons Hungarian paprika 12 ounces smoked ham, cut into julienne strips Directions 1 - Combine the flour, eggs, milk and some salt and pepper in a medium bowl. Mix by hand until incorporated, making sure not to overmix. Place in the refrigerator, covered, and let rest for 1 hour. 2 - Bring a pot of salted water to a boil. Cut penny-size dumplings into the water by hand and let boil for 5 minutes. Drain the dumplings and set aside. 3 - Melt the butter in a large pan. Add the onions and cook until translucent. Add the cabbage and paprika and cook until tender. Toss with the dumplings and smoked ham and serve.
  3. Chard Chickpeas Ethnic I think this came from the FB group Art of Armenian Cooking. It's pretty good. You can change it up with different greens. ARMENIAN Նիվիկ / NIVIK Ingredients: 900 g Swiss chard, washed & chopped 1/2 cup water 4-5 tbsp vegetable or olive oil 2 medium onions, chopped 2 can chickpeas, washed & drained 2 tbsp tomato paste 2 tbsp red pepper paste 1 lemon, juiced 1/2 tsp paprika or cayenne salt to taste Instructions: 1. Wash and chop all the Swiss chard and place in a large pot to wilt down 5-8 minutes. Once it cooked, drain and squeeze the liquid out. Set aside. 2. In another pan, add your chopped onions with oil and sauté until slightly golden. 3. Add pepper paste, tomato paste, lemon juice, water, chickpeas, and cooked Swiss chard. Combine well and let it cook for 15-20 minutes on medium to low heat. Enjoy with pita bread or lettuce cups or just by itself!
  4. While technically not one of the armed forces NOAA has had guns since it was formed in 1970. NOAA is one of the Uniformed Services, consists of only officers, and is subject to being pressed into military service.
  5. https://cleantechnica.com/2022/09/21/surprise-nissan-leaf-batteries-last-much-longer-than-expected/ "In fact, many EV batteries may outlast the vehicles they are installed in, then enjoy a second life in a stationary storage application before finally being recycled, according to EVANNEX. “At the end of the vehicle’s life — 15 or 20 years down the road — you take the battery out of the car and it’s still healthy with perhaps 60 or 70% of usable charge,” Thomas said. “It’s more sustainable to take the battery pack out of the car after 20 years, recycle the car, and reuse the battery. By far the easiest thing to do is take the complete battery out of the vehicle, put it in a shipping container in a rack, and plug that into a solar farm.” To date, Nissan has collected only a small number of LEAF batteries from crashed vehicles or those with warranty issues and it has supplied some of them to providers of stationary storage. Thomas says that Nissan’s new factory currently under construction in Sunderland, England, will use EV batteries to store energy from solar panels and wind turbines. Many consumers have had the misfortune to have the battery in their laptop or cell phone die after a few years and they think the same must be true of EV batteries. But the battery packs used in vehicles have sophisticated battery management systems that constantly monitor the health and performance of the individual cells. Those digital systems keep the cells from overheating during charging, which helps to prolong battery life. Most (although not the LEAF) have liquid cooling that also helps stabilize battery temperatures." "Recycling experts told Forbes that the EVs sold in 2019 alone will eventually generate 500,000 metric tons of battery waste. [“Waste” may be a misleading term. Most of the materials inside those batteries can be recycled into new battery materials.] The IEA says that by 2040, there could be 1,300 GWh worth of spent batteries in need of recycling. Based on Nic Thomas’ comments, that estimate may be too high. The good news is that battery recyclers say they can extract up to 95% of the materials inside those batteries and use them to manufacture new batteries." 95% not 2% like the memes say.
  6. Not my photos, but I saw 2 of these on my way home from work yesterday I never thought of NOAA as law enforcement.
  7. I was quoting Yossarian from Catch-22 who was intentionally misquoting Villon.
  8. Two girls help Oklahoma high school football team avoid forfeit +Caption By FOX23.com News Staff September 24, 2022 at 1:49 pm CDT WEWOKA, Okla. — Two high school senior girls helped their high school football team on Friday avoid forfeit, according to Wewoka Public School District. The school district said on social media that due to different reasons, their team was not going to be able to play tonight due to lack of players. But instead of forfeiting, Natalie Davis and Callie Ramsey put on pads and helmets to help the team stay eligible. Davis even recorded a kick off and a tackle in Friday’s game.
  9. Has Snowden been convicted? Or just charged? I haven't found anything about a conviction. Just (secretly) charged with crimes. And it seems the crimes were reporting what a court did say was an illegal and possibly unconstitutional operation. We rail about the ATF and it's unconstitutional overreach. Shouldn't we be even more concerned when the State runs a massive spying operation on American citizens? Shouldn't we be concerned about the millions of warrantless searches? "Well, he should have stood and taken his kangaroo conviction like a man!" Hogwash.
  10. Why do I get the feeling Pat is implying that I'm a bit squirrely?
  11. According to this https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/47754/minimum-size-of-an-asteroid-to-actually-impact-earth#:~:text=As mentioned in NotAstronaut's answer,burn up in the atmosphere. my guess is that anything bigger than 25 or 30 meters will impact the Earth. Look at the satellites that haven't burned up.
  12. The idea isn't to break it up but to ever so slightly change the orbit. A tiny change in velocity or direction over millions of miles and many months generates an enormous change in where it will be.
  13. I watched on the NASA YouTube channel and it was pretty darned clear. I want NASA to get people who can give better commentary.
  14. Right in the 10 ring. To me the most amazing thing was watching it go from a barely discernable point of light, to seeing the larger asteroid, to seeing the pinpoint of the smaller one, to being able to discern pebbles just before impact.
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