Y'know...I clean my sink several times a day with bleach. But I would never ever put food in it. Auntie Fee was a horrible cook and broke practically every rule in the book. Watching her use a dull knife and cutting towards herself was among the most cringeworthy things I've ever seen. But she was a lot of fun to watch.
"Be yourself; everyone else is already taken."— Oscar Wilde
Loc: North San Diego County
But I would never ever put food in it.
That just made me sick. I can't believe anybody would do that. I am actually very careful in the kitchen, probably because I scrubbed in for surgeries for several years. I have a highly refined awareness of what is clean and what is dirty.
The reviewer found the skunk-like aroma/taste somewhat off-putting. 60 proof seems too little to compliment that taste. I have a breakproof plastic bottle of Habanero vodka in the fridge. Actually, as I only make habanero relish/salsa/ every other year, they ripen late here, I stabilize the salsa with vinegar and vodka 80 proof, to a final proof of about 35-40. No problem lasting 2 years in the fridge. A little goes a long way. The homogenization phase takes place outside, now, with gloves, mask, and goggles. Trust me, yeah right, this is not a overkill hasmet procedure.
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Loc: Orange County, California, USA
Akron native Lola Albright, glamorous Hollywood actress, dies at age 92
Mark J. Price Akron Beacon Journal March 24, 2017
Akron native Lola Albright, the former West High School student and WAKR receptionist who grew up to be a glamorous star in Hollywood, died Thursday morning in Toluca Lake, Calif. She was 92.
Albright was perhaps best-known for playing nightclub singer Edie Hart opposite Craig Stevens in the NBC television show Peter Gunn, which aired from 1958 to 1961. She was nominated for an Emmy in 1959 for the role...
The blue-eyed blonde shared the silver screen with some of the biggest names in show business. She appeared in nearly 40 movies, including Champion (1949) with Kirk Douglas, The Good Humor Man (1950) with her future husband Jack Carson, The Tender Trap (1955) with Frank Sinatra and Debbie Reynolds, Kid Galahad (1962) with Elvis Presley and Les Felins (1964) with Jane Fonda. She also appeared in dozens of TV shows before retiring from show business in the 1970s...