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Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
Tue, Apr 15th 2014 12:00p   Charles Robinson
For my final in my Introduction To Baking class we had to make strawberry rhubarb pie. Here is the recipe we used. Note that this makes one 5" mini-pie tin. Double the pie dough and filling recipe for a regular 10" pie, and increase the streusel topping by a third. Also note that the filling has two separate water measurements, and they are used separately. Don't do as someone in class did and guesstimate how much 2 oz is and mess up your filling. Pie dough 2.65 oz all purpose flour, plus [read] Keywords:
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Cucumber Lemonade
Mon, Jun 17th 2013 1:10p   Charles Robinson
We've having a dinner party tonight and I want to serve a refreshing summer drink. I have made cucumber lemonade before by purchasing lemonade and pureeing it with cucumbers. This time I decided to make it all from scratch. The following recipe yields a gallon of cucumber lemonade. Equipment 2 quart saucepan blender 1 gallon pitcher small sieve optional - permanent coffee filter Ingredients 2 C water 2 C sugar 2 C freshly squeezed lemon juice 6 C water 2 large cucumbers, peeled, seeded, and c [read] Keywords:
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Charleston Restaurant Week - September 2012 Winners
Sun, Sep 16th 2012 10:00p   Charles Robinson
Charleston Restaurant Week just wrapped up twelve crazy nights from September 5th through 16th. We had plans to be out of town for the closing weekend so we went out nine nights in a row, breaking our long-standing trend of going out every night. While it's not a competition there are clearly some winners and some losers. The competition was fierce and this time Circa 1886 and Tristan tied for our favorites. Honorable mentions go to Husk and Il Cortile del Rey, which were both good but not at [read] Keywords: blogger pearl
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how not to compete with free
Tue, Mar 27th 2012 6:30a   Charles Robinson
A while back I got an e-mail from Adam Osborne asking me to delete this blog post. [Note that the Adam I reference there is not Adam Osborne.] His primary bone of contention was that when people search for Defrag.NSF, a product he created and sells, my post is the third listed in Google. I'm sympathetic to his plight, but frankly that's not my problem. Adam went on to say my post referenced DominoDefrag, and he objected to that because: History shows that DominoDefrag has systematically imple [read] Keywords: blogger google openntf
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How to connect a new user to an existing mailbox in Exchange 2003
Tue, Mar 20th 2012 2:50p   Charles Robinson
We hired a new PC Tech and today he was fixing one of his mistakes. He sent a laptop to a user after having Ghosted it but without running Sysprep on the computer before he created the image. It caused all sorts of annoyances. In the process of fixing this mistake he made another. Instead of deleting the computer account from Active Directory he deleted the user's account. He didn't even think it odd or say anything when it prompted him to delete the user's mail. It took a while but I finally [read] Keywords: blogger exchange exchange laptop server smtp
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committed
Tue, Jan 3rd 2012 6:40a   Charles Robinson
It's a new year so it's time for some resolutions. I resolve to make commitments, not resolutions.That was easy. The difference between a commitment and a resolution is the former is a plan, the latter a promise. Last year I picked three words as promises and I didn't keep any of them. This year I'm turning those three into commitments. Do - This has started already. I have a plan for getting my environment to be one that energizes rather than drains me. It includes a lot of change and dip [read] Keywords: blogger




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This is going to take a while...
Mon, Nov 14th 2011 10:30p   Charles Robinson
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Ike's Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings
Sun, Oct 2nd 2011 3:20p   Charles Robinson
Last night we had a party for Myron's alumni from Bishop England High School. One of the appetizers was Ike's Vietnamese Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings, which is a recipe from Food & Wine Cocktails 2008. I don't know who Ike is but these are some fantastic wings. They are crunchy, salty, sweet, and the fresh herbs and fried garlic make them absolutely delicious. In Charleston you can buy Vietnamese fish sauce at most Asian markets. I like the Three Crab brand, and get it at H&L Market. [read] Keywords: blogger
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Simple smoked salmon spread
Sat, Sep 3rd 2011 1:20p   Charles Robinson
Even though the temperature is still in the 90's and the humidity envelopes me like a hot wet blanket, September means cool weather is around the corner. While working as a fishmonger in college I learned that most salmon spawn in the Fall. What better way to combine the promise of Fall with the reality of the heat and make a delicious cold smoked salmon spread? Smoked Salmon Spread Ingredients1.5 lb fresh Pacific salmon fillet 8 oz sour cream 1 lemon 1 small to medium shallot 2t salt, more for [read] Keywords: apple blogger leak
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My brushes with the space program
Wed, Jul 13th 2011 3:20p   Charles Robinson
With the last shuttle mission underway a lot of people are recounting their experiences growing up and following the US space program. I never was that into it. I read sci-fi and dreamed of escaping to another world, but I never paid much attention to the space program. That changed a bit in seventh grade because my science teacher was one of the ten finalists to be the first teacher in space, a spot ultimately won by Christa McAulliffe. She took every opportunity to share what she learned in h [read] Keywords: atlantic blogger




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