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General Discussion / Re: Phooey-had to buy a new fan
« Last post by Middle Child on September 15, 2018, 08:57:09 AM »
SO has a truly portable for the garage. Yes, he spends a lot of time in his play room. It cools a 22x36ish space down 20 degrees in 30 minutes and makes very little noise. Wynter is the brand. He has the 14SH - air/heat/dehumifier. Yes, he got out of bed to check it for you.

Thank you! (and tell him I said thank you too) bananamiddlechild

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General Discussion / Re: Phooey-had to buy a new fan
« Last post by ThreeStep on September 15, 2018, 08:36:30 AM »
SO has a truly portable for the garage. Yes, he spends a lot of time in his play room. It cools a 22x36ish space down 20 degrees in 30 minutes and makes very little noise. Wynter is the brand. He has the 14SH - air/heat/dehumifier. Yes, he got out of bed to check it for you.
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General Discussion / Re: Air Fryers?
« Last post by ThreeStep on September 15, 2018, 08:31:37 AM »
Baked enchiladas in minutes.

Cooked shredded chicken (some left for the aunties of course), thinly sliced onions/bell peppers/hot peppers/garlic sautéed in a bit of oil, drained black beans, shredded cheese (SO likes Pepperjack), enchilada sauce (I use home made which takes 90 seconds). Mix well, spread on flour tortillas, roll up. Pls do not over sauce and overfill. On the slightly oiled wire rack seam down, spritz with a tiny bit of oil, 3-4 minutes until starting to brown, turn around, sprinkle with cheese (be careful to keep it on the enchiladas). Do not go away!!!!

We were both very hungry and two each were almost too much which is one breast. They freeze well unbaked. Place them without touching on a cookie sheet, freeze, transfer to zip bag. I defrost on the wire rack or a cookie rack to avoid soggy bottoms. 20 minutes max. The do well in the micro or oven after being frozen but do not get the crunchy crust. I keep them around as hot pocket replacements. A quick snack or lunch and I know what it is in them.
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General Discussion / Re: Lavender Bath And Other Stuff
« Last post by ThreeStep on September 15, 2018, 08:21:44 AM »
If you have Sprouts in your area pls check their weekly specials - lots of lavender.
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General Discussion / Re: Phooey-had to buy a new fan
« Last post by Middle Child on September 15, 2018, 08:09:45 AM »
PS I'm tracking it to see if it gets scanned in before noon. It's listed as "out for deleivery" right now.  Unlikely, because they are very lazy over there at that PO, and are more likley to wait until Monday to process it. but there's always hope.  fingerscrossed
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General Discussion / Re: Phooey-had to buy a new fan
« Last post by Middle Child on September 15, 2018, 08:02:00 AM »
Your property most likely is well insulated.  Mine isn't.  As soon as I turn the ac off, the cool disappears. Oh well, what would I do if I dind't have something to whine about right?

The fan is scheduled to be delivered today "by 8 pm" but of course, the post office isn't open after 12 so I'm out of luck until Monday.  Silly7
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Raw Feeding / Re: Jennie developing an intolerance to beef?
« Last post by Middle Child on September 15, 2018, 07:04:24 AM »
I called the vet to start setting up diagnostics.  She isn't..worse..but not better either.  Poops are formed but still bloody and she is still having a lot of irritation making her feel like she has to go.  Vet hasn't called me back yet.
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General Discussion / Re: Phooey-had to buy a new fan
« Last post by Pookie on September 14, 2018, 01:12:18 PM »
No a/c...just naturally the inside of your home was a cool 75?

Yup.  I haven't had the a/c on since last Friday, I think.  The temps REALLY dropped here over the weekend, and it hadn't warmed up (inside) much since.  Even outside . . . it's humid, but not getting out of the low 70's.
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Funnies / Re: Dinner Guest...
« Last post by ThreeStep on September 14, 2018, 10:11:54 AM »
I think you will enjoy this table for a long time and over time it will gain patina as in scratches, rubs, memories:>)
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