Dec 20th 2010 10:37AM Yes, a few recalls from China and bigots like you go nuts. In the past three years how many recalls have there been from China? Now count how many things have been recalled that were made right here in the USA? Are you going to stop eating food grown in the USA from all the meat, spinach, tomato, peanut, etc. recalls we've been getting lately? What about the massive stroller, baby carriage, and crib recalls from US companies??
The fact of the matter is companies sometimes make mistakes. The recall is the attempt to correct them. Be worried about the companies that do not recall their junk (like the Barkoff) and stop trying to point your prejudiced fingers at 2 billion people for something that happens right in your own backyard as well.
Dec 20th 2010 10:27AM I definitely agree with Preston here. My Nuwave oven is over five years old and not only does it cook meat from frozen but air fryng things has always been less of a mess than trying to deep fry and food comes out much crispier on the outside than baking. When I bought the Nuwave oven it made cooking a lot of home cooked foods possible when there wasn't a place to do so (like in a small apartment or dorm room).
The Nuwave oven is a GREAT product, I only wish I had bought the extender ring when I originally got mine because I haven't found a place to get it as a separate purchase.
Sep 28th 2010 2:33PM If that were here in the US, Martinovich would STILL be suing and then force the producers to give her her own reality show AFTER appearing on talk shows to tell how Top Model "destroyed" her life.
Jul 25th 2010 10:39AM Roderic Rinehart said "Oddball (and incorrect) claims to the contrary, the only steak that will taste good is medium rare or rare.":
So then you eat and enjoy EVERYTHING anyone else does, Roderic? Japanese eat a dish called Natto which is essentially rotten beans. There's an Italian cheese that is considered only good when the maggot content is high enough and it's eaten with them live. There are parts of the world where they catch swarms of flies in nets and mash them into patties.
How dare you imply that something is wrong or incorrect because it is not to your specific taste! You really believe that if someone else enjoys a flavor or taste that differs from your own then they have to be disturbed (oddballs)? Can you possibly be so arrogant to believe your tongue is God over taste?
Some people (me included) don't enjoy the texture or flavor of dripping, uncooked, red blood in our meat or cross contaminating other foods like turning mashed potatoes pink. Trying to eat meat like that would make me gag almost as quick as trying to ingest mayonnaise. And how exactly will I enjoy the flavor, or eating experience of something I can't even keep down? The idea of eating bloody meat is nauseating to me, but I do not begrudge someone else from enjoying it that way if that's what they prefer, the same way I don't slap sandwiches with mayo on them out of another person's hands.
It's not my right to dictate what should and shouldn't taste good to someone else, nor is it yours. Why can't people just enjoy their own meals and let others enjoy what, does in fact, taste good to them?
Jul 25th 2010 10:15AM Don: From everything I've read, the "carcinogen" factor (if there even is one, everything says "believed to" and "could" be and isn't written as proven fact) comes from the char of the sear which is on the surface of the meat whether you order rare or well-done and not from the red to grey insides. So I guess you will be enjoying "eating a little blood" AND "swallowing your cancer wholesale" in the same bites.
Jul 25th 2010 10:05AM @JohnDoe The sad part is, with the way kitchens seemed to be staffed with snobs full of "butthurt", you probably get few other things with your meal that you wouldn't want to know is in there.
May 31st 2010 9:31PM LOL, super generous and offered to pay for everything... punchline, was a million dollars in debt. I wonder why?
May 30th 2010 6:53PM What are you talking about, TonyS? Are you dizzy and high? White male heterosexual sex life IS shoved down our throats on TV and the media in our own homes 24/7. Have you ever seen an Axe commerical EVER? It's all white males putting on a spray tha makes women jump all over them. There's another series of ads for some kind of shampoo with white males with grungy hair that get tackled by hordes of women who wash the guy and then rub all over him and coo. Mentos commercials, white heterosexual male's sexuality. Almost every show on UPN and WB, white hetero-sexuality. The Twilight movies, white-hetero-glitter-vampire male sexuality. Doctors McSteamy and McDreamy, white-hetero-MD male sexuality. Every day time soap, white-hetero-drama-queen male sexuality. Every night time soap, white-hetero-rich-angst-whiney male sexuality. Every single reality show that doesn't have "Love" in the title, white-hetero-fixed-ending male sexuality. Should I go on? Because I haven't even touched on men's magazines, MTV, HBO original programming, Late night Skinemax, Spongebob Squarepants, the USA network, the millions of shots of Paris Hilton wearing no panties, buttless runway models, Carl's Jr., Calvin Klein billboards, sports car dealerships, Sarah Jessica Parker (uck, threw up in my mouth a bit), or recorded Spring Break anywhere outside of Atlanta.
Apr 16th 2010 2:35AM Why should the USA be the one to "Be Green"? Because, like it or not, the world watches us and follow the examples the United States makes in many areas. We TRY to do the right thing and hope that others will follow our lead.
My question to you and to people like you would be: why on Earth does someone else doing harm seem to mean to you that we should as well? I've never understood that. Who cares what environmental harm China (or volcanoes for that matter, I hear that argument too) are doing when it comes to how we decide to curb or eliminate the harm we do ourselves?
It's almost like people that bring up things like that are saying, "Well gee mom, China's mom let's China pollute all the time. How come I can't?" Well, if China jumped off a cliff would you jump too?
Feb 4th 2010 1:37AM It isn't all-you-can-eat or even buffet style. It is family style. What the article is saying is that essentially you have to have a group of four or more people and your party is charged $24.00 per person. Then, like a family gathering meal (think Thanksgiving but smaller), they bring out dishes of everything on the menu and each person serves themself from those portions.
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