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Nice work Ritterlichkeit!The "under rack" is brilliant. That would fit all kind of flip flops and sneakers and they don't take room from bigger shoes anymore. That way you can fit almost double amount of shoes in same area. Minimal and functional - That's real engineering!
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Dayum!That is some impressive bike(s)!I think they stopped making 3 wheelers because they tended to trip on curves and heavy breaking... But they of course missed the driving third wheel to balance the machine.
That looks delicious! I am glad that you liked it. Brown rice is a nice touch. I think that is much better choice than white rice because it has more fibers. Easier for the stomach :)
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That looks great! nice job :)
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Thank you kdavis17! You can find the same molds here: http://www.emp-online.com/art_240014/
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Thank you. I think this will come much better in crock pot than ossobuco because the sauce has more liquid. Enjoy your cooking! :)
Thank you, the cut might indeed be beef shank. I will correct this to the instructable bit later. Crock pot is great for cooking!
Yes. Thick slab bacon will do nicely. Try to find very fatty piece. :)
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Thank you for your question. Yes, I think so. Butcher/meat shops should know ossobuco by name.If I am wrong, please let me know what is the correct name so that I can update the instructable.
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Thank you Cats Dragon! :)
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Thank you Pat for pointing that out. Pork cheek or guanciale in Italian is the part in red that you can see in the picture. This piece of cured meat might be difficult to find, but ask your local meat shop. :)
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Thank you! :)
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