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02-Jul-2018 12:17

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I freezed it in a quart-sized freezer bag laid flat in the freezer till solid.

Stored this way, it will thaw in 15-30 minutes in a pan or bowl of warm water, and you can pour it into a saucepan to heat up while you make a side dish and cut up some fruit.

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Each request is processed by fetching multiple rows from a simple database table, converting the rows to in-memory objects, modifying one attribute of each object in memory, updating each associated row in the database individually, and then serializing the list of objects as a JSON response.

Hi, I have been trying out the eclipse integration with a moderately sizedproject (about 200 classes) and updating the model from eclipse is veryslow. In JBuilder it was very fast,but I'd much rather use eclipse than JBuilder. A couple of other points:1) the magidraw L&F seems to be stuck on Metal for the integrated MD5.5. 2) a suggestion: could you add a flag so that methods and attributes don'tautomatically get added to a symbol when updating? if I have a symboleof Car on the screen with the method "drive()" and I add a "stop()" methodin eclipse and update the model, I would like to have the choice aboutwhether the "stop()" method gets automatically added to the diagram(s).It’s a great intro to Indian flavors and it’s bound to become a family favorite. I prefer starting the sauce on the stovetop as shown because the onions are more meltingly tender and the sauce is less likely to have any lumps, but LOTS (hundreds) of readers have successfully made this a dump-and-go recipe. I’m sure once you taste it, you’ll find all sorts of good uses. You can even use a programmable thermometer so that the heat switches to warm as soon as it’s reached the right internal temperature (which means NEVER overcooking your meat).