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Pongtonkerous! I am a developer and I code. Primarily develop in C# and Ruby, some enforced SQL, with a bit of iPhone objective-C thrown in for fun.



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accepted Is it best to slice roast meat if eating the next day?
Oct
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comment Is it best to slice roast meat if eating the next day?
Makes sense, but what about if I sliced it and left the slices to sit in it's juices? There was quite a lot of juice from roasting three lots of meat. I have experimentally sliced up the pork and covered it in the juices. Could the increased surface area allow the pork to now absorb more juice and thus be more moist?
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asked Is it best to slice roast meat if eating the next day?
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Dec
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comment How can I quickly save a tasteless curry?
Many thanks. That saved the curry nicely, turned out the be the nicest one I've ever made. I then went on and made another, even nicer one afterwards!
Dec
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accepted How can I quickly save a tasteless curry?
Dec
20
comment How can I quickly save a tasteless curry?
Sounds like a plan. Just a couple of questions. By dry do you mean without oil? Also are you including garlic in the spices to dry heat? Would I do this over low or high heat?
Dec
20
comment How can I quickly save a tasteless curry?
@Aaronut - Indian. Have edited my post.
Dec
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Oct
19
accepted What is the best way to store chopped vegetables?