Greetings, Former Professional Pizza maker here. From Gourmet Italian Restaurant (Pizza served on Silver platters), to The 3 major national chains.
You are correct, the Oil/Lard fries the crust in a pan Pizza to give that amazing texture and flavor that we love so much.
In order for your Toppings not to SLIDE OFF! don't Oil the damn topside of the crust!
Typically i fry my Bacon in the pan first, get rid of EXCESS Lard, but still leave plenty in the pan to spread the Dough and give it that ever so delicious Crust.
My Usual toppings are: Pepperoni, Bacon, Thin sliced red Onions, and Crisp Mild Jalapenos/Pepperoncinis... Cheese of course, but do i really need to mention that? or mention a Good Marinara that isn't super watery? (Tip, don't over do the Marinara, it will make your pizza soggy and toppings slide off)
A More widely available Cheese that i strongly recommend is this one
Also get a stick/log of Pepperoni, and slice it yourself, it's far better, though be warned it has more Kick.
And for a Bonus extra special topping i recommend This
Then i put at-least half a stick of butter, Garlic salt, onion powder, And a bit of Parsley into a Pyrex Cup, Place it near my oven Exhaust to let it slowly and gently melt without separating the Butter.
Very Liberally brush that mixture onto the outer edges/topside of the crust, the part that DOESN'T! get toppings.
Topping order from bottom up is: Marinara, Cheese, Meats then Veggies, You want your toppings to brown good to get the maillard reaction and to keep them from getting soggy....Don't cover them in cheese.
This also lets the oils from the pepperoni soak down into the cheese but not into the crust which would create a layer that makes everything slide off the slice.
Walmart sells them.
Just install it as a secondary hard drive, don't actually try and boot a different computer with it.
Better yet, get one of these (or similar, there's a ton of them on the market) so you don't even have to open the other computer's case.
We don't know why yet, because Zen isn't even out. People who are saying you should get Kaby are jumping the gun. They're just speculating and should not be believed.
Everyone else will say this, but I'll say it to: Bench for Waitmarks.
Here, this is a link to a cheap bench you can get for this, although I'd shop around to see which bench fits you the best:
So if anyone asks you "Bro, do you even lift?" you should say "Yes, and I'm benching for waitmarks."
Also, if you have a barbell you can strap 2 old gaming desktops to either end of the bar and bench those, which will give an entire new meaning to "benching your rigs".
1 Crosman-Comrade-AK-CO2-Semi-Auto-Air-Rifle 59.99
1 box of CO2 Pwerlets- 40 count 17.22
6000 rounds of .177 Caliber Steel BB Ammo 7.93
Total - 87.55
Bring it, fuckers!
So I did the math for the potato joke.
I used Walmart 10lb bag of golds which is ~10lb/$4. I googled the average medium potato mass as 6oz. So for $300 we get 750lb of potatoes or 2,000 medium potatoes.
I googled the average power in potatoes but it was a little confusing. They said that raw potatoes produce about 0.5V but boiled gave around 5V! But boiling is cheating since you probably expend too much energy. I did find elsewhere that a potato produced 0.8W of power so now we're cooking!
So 2,000 potatoes at 0.8W is about 1.6kW. Even with a gigantic margin of error for potato size and produced power, the potatoes product far more power than any console or PC uses even at peak load. Unless you have some crazy rig or something.
They actually make these Hotwheels Camera Cars but I'm sure the quality isn't near as good.
They had Rotomolded coolers at Walmart a while back.
The Ozar Trail ones seem to be out of stock.
Maybe, maybe not. Wal-mart already sells "Beef Patties" that are about 1/3 the price of ground beef. The patties are composed of fatty beef, organ meat, and textured soy protein, and are nutritionally about the same at 75/25 ground beef. They taste close enough to real 100% beef hamburgers that you would not question it if you just had one, particularly if you had ketchup and other toppings on it.
Although they are super cheap (and therefore should sell like hotcakes), Wal-mart generally only has a very small amount of space dedicated to this product. It would seem that people like their beef to be beef and not Beef^^TM regardless of cost.
If you are talking about a Puddle Jumper they come with a booklet that states over and over that it is not a life-vest and should used that way. It's a pool toy, and it requires adult supervision. Basically any kid that requires a floatation device of any kind has to be watched carefully.
I'm not trying to sanctimommy you. It could have happened to anyone and I'm sure it was terrifying. It was good that you were right there. But it wasn't the device's fault. They are explicitly not rated to be life-vests.
Edit to add that this is still a really good post! Anything that helps to make people more aware of pool/water safety is a good thing. I don't know about others, but my parents were very lax about water safety, and it's a miracle neither of us drowned. It's definitely a good thing to share stories like this and get people to double check what they are doing around the water.
If anyone even thinks of buying one of these, they need to instead buy a banana stand and bend the hook to lay a little more flat if the top doesn't fit. $70 is ridiculous.
EDIT: So there's (3) 500GB as well as (3) 1TB+ variations of the bundles. 500GB bundle starts at $299 and has three consoles to choose from:
Then for the 1TB+ starting at $349 we have:
Also note that the additional controller is a wired one, with the wireless upgrades adding about $50 to the bundle.
If it's any comfort, I'm sure WalMart will take care of the worker's family. WalMart has a long history of looking after their workers.
Edit: I found this while looking around to see if I could find out if WalMart actually compensated the families of killed workers, thought it was funny...
Sometimes they're called blister bandages. Here's a few available in the US:
need to get the de-shelled kind for the theater or eating in bed. otherwise, wonderful pistachios has sweet chili flavor that are fucking awesome [link]
Honestly? Pretty much no food will survive and be palatable in the warmer months.
You want to buy this cooler (note it's small, hard bodied, and under $10). Next pick up an ice pack (usually like $1-2).
Now that cooler I listed is a lot bigger than it looks. It holds 13 cans. Now what I do is make a sandwich, put it in with the freezer pack a drink and a baggie of chips and a candy bar.
My meal generally costs about $2.50.
A gallon of vegetable oil for $5.98 is one of the best calories per dollar I can think of. It has 30,720 calories; that's 5,137 calories per dollar.
If wages were preserved, and assuming raw material cost stayed the same, then the cost of increased labor and location overhead would be passed to the consumer.
People tend to forget that while manufacturing jobs left, the cost of things has gone waaayyyyyyyy down since the 1960s. Take a look at this tool catalog from 1960. A basic circular saw cost $55. Adjusted for inflation, that's like it costing $450 today (using official inflation numbers, which some economists criticize as being too low, but it's a complicated thing). You can now get a pretty much identical saw for $50, the same cost as in 1960, even with 56 years of inflation.
My brownies are the best in the world. Just take your usual recipe but use olive oil instead of vegetable oil and don't use any nuts(even box brand is good). Pour the first half into the pan and then add mother fucking mini marshmallows. About one layer, you don't need to go overboard, and press them into the batter a little. Then add the rest of the batter. Push all batter flat and make sure no white shows through. Then bake as you would, maybe add an extra min or 2. They will be a little softer than you will expect. Then let them cool for an hour or so and then move into refrigerator. They will be ready to eat in like 2 hours.
If you follow these steps you will get those perfect brownies that are soft and sweet without being gritty and under cooked.
tl;dr: Use olive oil, add some mini marshmallows and refrigerate after cooling.
I'm noticing a severe lack of counter space here. There's also very limited storage. As a woman, I actually think the amount of stuff is actually pretty tame, it just needs organizing. Invest in one of these;
Seriously, it's $50 at Walmart. They make cheaper metal ones as well.
Get her a nice basket/container to store her things in on the shelf and your bathroom will always look tidy.
I have this same model but in green. Unless you pick it up and feel how flimsy it is, or look very carefully at the muzzle (to see the tiny .17 cal hole for the bbs) it would be indistinguishable from the real deal.
Its available now!!!
$10 that's not bad for 18 packages.
So does Kim Kardashian
Reminder: Use price protection/price matching for Black Friday
I made out like a bandit doing this last year. You can basically get all of the Black Friday deals without the hassle of camping out or sometimes even going to the store.
Here's a great overview of how it all works and which CC companies participate
A good resource for Black Friday ads is at /r/blackfriday.
For example, you pull up the Walmart ad and decide you want the Samsung 60" 4K TV, model #UN60KU6270 for $648. Start to shop around, and MAKE SURE you find the exact same model.
Here it is, listed at $1,098.
You can purchase it today, then get the $450 difference reimbursed through price protection. It should be noted that the $450 will come in the form of a check, so your spend in this case would remain at $1,098 (plus tax of course). It gets interesting when you start using shopping portals and 5% back categories since you get to keep the rewards on the larger amount of the purchase.
If you feel it will take longer than a week I would look to just purchase a temporary <$100 mini fridge from Walmart and add it's expense to your insurance claim.
Or live off oatmeal, rice and tuna for a week.
I've had good luck with the following:
Biking is about 30 calories per mile IIRC. A McDonalds cheeseburger costs $1 and has 300 calories, or about $0.10 per mile. Pasta is $3.88 for 6720 calories, or $0.017 per mile.
Gas is about $2.15 right now. With a 45 MPG hybrid, that's $0.0478 per mile. With a 20 MPG SUV, it's $0.108.
$7 less AND an Iron Man mask you could give to a kid or donate to Toys for Tots, at Walmart.com
credit goes to /u/jsanch52 for this thread two days ago
Never pay for silica gel packs again with this one weird trick.
It's nothing more than silica gel, and is completely odorless. It's also available in stores.
Last year a person in one of my classes was drinking straight out of this bottle
Everybody in the class had to double take to make sure he wasn't drinking Tide laundry detergent.
Especially the ones that look like they're for carpenters but are worn day to day.
For the bargain hunter
Yes, since it is cheaper and easier to replace a car seat and stroller versus buying a new car as your wife was talking about :)
I had good luck with the Chicco KeyFit fitting in a very small (2 door) car. Instead of a stroller, you can get a universal car seat carrier that the car seat carrier clicks into, and takes up less space in the trunk.
Edited to add, sorry, didn't even notice that one was a double car seat carrier. Obviously you would search for a single.
"Haha! This'll scare the bejeebers out of Bob!"
"Dammit, Steve. You KNOW we're exoskeletal."
"But I saw it at Wal-Mart!"
Get one of these. Outlet portion is optional, what you're looking for is one that has a pull chain.
No no, not like fresh fair food ones. Those I only see at carnivals. I'm talking about these monstrosities that hostess is now selling nationwide.
I think it's okay to get this, but you could maybe return some other things you've bought if that will make you feel better/free up some funds to buy the new toy.
I've found a couple things that might work, but I'm not sure exactly how "big" big is:
It's hard to find. But, expensive perfume helps.
Honestly, I've gotten the most compliments on my coconut smoothing cream for my hair.
I think the same model is brand new at Walmart for $350 (correct me if I am wrong though).
Im amazed this is all the way down here...Shockmaster was so incredibly bad that his action figure is actually upside down in the box with his helmet packaged off to the side.
DuPont Teflon Chain Saver can be found at most walmarts... It's cheap and WAY better than most other chain lubes. I've used tons of different lubes of the years and most of them suck.
Chain saver is waxy and does not collect any road grime, I used to clean my chain every month or so with old (sticky) lubes, I haven't cleaned my chain in nearly two years and it still looks clean.
> Super difficult to find a CD printing too
What are you talking about? You can buy them from fucking Walmart's website, hahaha.
Those filters often look dark gray when new. If they parked outside under a tree I wouldn't be too surprised if it was only a few months old.
This filter for example is dark gray:
Depends... from what I recall of my old rural town, people were extremely adamant that their stuff was a specific line or type of camo. Yes, even things like these ugly-ass Mossy Oak curtains.
One of my best friends has been diabetic since we were in 3rd grade.
The strips are still expensive, they also expire. It's a fucking piece of plastic with a computer chip on it.....how does it "expire?!?!" Here's a picture for those who are unfamiliar - [link]
Here's 100 test strips for $50.75. [link]
If you have insurance and prescription, the price is usually a lot cheaper. (Why the fuck do you need a prescription for fucking test strips? Pieces of plastic?)
My friend said fuck all that and goes to Walmart (Where you don't need a prescription). He buys 50 strips for like $9.00
This doesn't include the insulin pens. Those bad boys are upwards of $400 a month without insurance. With insurance I think he told me they are $40ish. Still, it all adds up and you need it all to live.
What the hell are people supposed to do without insurance?!?!
I have been told that I'm not allowed to get this for our holiday, because its too expensive.
On the plus side, I can check off all the squares bar the religion one.
If you are really knifeless, you can get a decent folding knife in Walmart for $3.87:
Sometimes the price drops even lower, I got it when it was like $2.70. There are couple other models by Ozark for the same price (3.87), but I liked this one the best.
edit: all are oos =(
Nope, it will not negatively affect your tent. Just put a teaspoon or 2 of hydrogen peroxide into a 20oz spray bottle, or mix it into a bucket of 20-40oz of water, and use a sponge to gently spread it over the infected areas. Let it air dry.
After that dries, try to get your hands on some water-proofing spray from walmart, ace hardware, etc. Usually costs between 4-6 dollars, comes in a paint-spray can, and you can find it near the camping sections.
Spray your ENTIRE tent with this stuff, and spray extra attention along the seams and joints. This will not only further waterproof your tent, but it will also act as an extra defense against future possible mold build-up.
Sidenote: If you have any spray left in the can, go ahead and spray your boots or shoes, or even the outside of your backpack. Waterproofing spray is a travelers secret that more people should be educated about.
Oh yeah, my hair is pretty curly but doesn't like being touched at all. I've heard this powder is great for volume and soaking up a bit of grease too though. I'm not advanced enough to try anything like that so I throw a bit of baby powder on the roots with an old powder brush.
Best bang for the buck... Your choice between RTIC or Walmart's Ozark Trail High Performance line (if you can find one in stock).
Put a seatbelt around the case, dog now secured. Far less distance for it to pick up speed before impact with a solid object, such as you, or the windshield.
but... they are real...
That's totally knitted guys... Right??? Like this "braided" rug from Walmart...
It's hard to see, but it's stockinette stitch, not braided!!! I rage every time I pass the endcap with them hanging up. THAT IS KNITTING YOU JERKS.
walmart sells packer jerseys now
"patented ability to adjust sizes" (?)
FWIW looks like you could do this with many adjustable floor vent deflectors (example)
(I know, I know, it wouldn't be "flat")
Edit: Here's the same width adjustable as the shelf (10 to 16 inches) two pack free ship
I bet Deflect-O is making them for the guy
Very true and I'm really interested in what devices people are going to tell you to get I prefer mote e 2nd gen u can get the sometimes for like under 30 they run great also these are great and are gonna last for a bit theyre on a recent enough verison of android plus 1.5gb ram a 4 core cpu and a gpu theyre some good phones for beermoney- [link]
Limited budget means different things to different people, but the best set of pans I've ever gotten was this Tramontina set from Walmart of all places. It's stainless steel and clad, so it's thick all the way around rather than just having a sandwiched-on base, and I've had it for about six years or so now and I'm still beating the crap out of them and loving them, no loose handles, lids are steel too so no cloudy glass, no nonstick coating to worry about, and if I accidentally scorch something on there I just take some Barkeeper's Friend to it and it's totally fine. I also got an extra pot from IKEA around the same time with a thick base that's actually rusting a little, so it's not lasting me as long. I mainly cook with those Tramontina pans, a cast iron skillet and an enameled cast iron dutch oven, and those cover just about all my bases. Good luck!
I think it's actually an orange peeler.
It's meant to cut the skin of the orange without damaging the fruit within.
Shipping glitter in a sealed bottle: okay.
Shipping glitter loose: not okay.
Just because they like it doesn't mean they'd like it all over themselves, their clothes, their hair, their carpet, their tile grout, embedded in the linoleum... ::shudders::
An alternative might be some party confetti. Here's a Wal-mart link to the kind of thing. This can be found at Party City as well, or any place that sells party goods. It might still get in the carpet, but it doesn't persist to the end of all things like glitter.
15 bucks for 3 boring white ice sticks, or get 6 rainbow ice sticks for 11 bucks
Here are the reviews on the power cage before the listing was taken off.
Here is the power cage for $199 + free shipping on Walmart.
There are a few high back boosters that convert to belt positioning boosters and have a harness weight limit of 65 pounds! My favorite (and most affordable) is the Graco Nautilus LX 65, which is a 3-in-1, it will forward face with a harness up to 65 pounds and then go to a belt positioning booster (up to 100 pounds) and a backless booster up to 120lbs. For the price ($150 at Walmart), it will take you all the way through him using a regular seat belt!
I would definitely keep him in a harness until a minimum of 5 years old OR 65 pounds if you're able to, and then switch him to the belt positioning option. It's a much safer option and I just want to thank you for doing your research and reaching out!
Bought a Brother XL2600i sewing machine after paying a ridicuolus amount to tailor some clothes.
I'm really hoping to get good enough to tailor my own button-ups and hem my own chinos/jeans confidently.
does he just need it to be "out of sight"? what about something like this mounted on the inside of a closet door? then it's not just a pile sitting out, it's already "organized" and relatively out of the way, and you can know that anything that came in the mail or is important to keep around is in there.
Honestly, on the weekend I'm not too worried about it. The only crummy thing is it's rainy here today, but that bounce house (it's like 5'x5' base and maybe 3' high) is a life saver.
There is the Marlin 45-70 Walmart tag if anyone needs the info.
Above is the link to their website as well, no information on it though so mostly useless.
My tastebuds are stuck in 3rd grade, I love fake maple syrup and can't stand the real stuff. I use this, judge me - 20 calories for 4 tbsp! Add a little bit of Brummel & Brown (45 cals/tbsp) and I'm in 1200-friendly pancake heaven.
Well, that doesn't mean he made it up. Quite a few kids who grow up in abusive homes lie to get attention. It's a coping mechanism, normally a learned behavior. Because, if the truth gets you beaten, lies can sometimes save you.
I can't find any documentation on it available on the internet. It happened before Web articles were really big. But, his brother also published a book, stating where he helped his mother abuse Dave.
The book link:
Despite that, my therapist is the one who told me it used to be the worst documented case of child abuse in California. It's since been outdone. But she studied it in college.
Still. Abuse does happen. As someone who has been called a liar for things done to me in my childhood, I choose to believe him. Because, even if you're 99% sure someone made something up, there's still the small chance that it's true. And then you're the one calling a trauma victim a fraud.
Out of Stock.
Another price error?
Edit: Now it says they cost $281
Here ya go
This set is pretty cheap I bought one even cheaper at ace hardware.
This is (very much ironically as I could never see Jeff buying this) the closest I could find.
Actually... running the cable would be the cheapest, easiest, and best connection you'd be able to get.
I'd run the cable.
didn't know there was a weight control quaker oats. just looked at the nutrition info, those look fine, its 5g sugar not 1g but would still be better than the normal flavored variety. these oats are the ones you want to stay away from.
This is probably about as cheap as it's going to get. $30/month for unlimited text and data. 100 minutes of talk included. They have a$50 plan with unlimited talk if the 100 isn't enough.
Edit: I believe that plan is 5gb at 4G then throttled thereafter.
BIFL eliminates non-stick. Cast iron is definitely BIFL but has its downsides (especially weight).
You will be fine with most of the very expensive high end stuff, but if money means anything than I would go with something like this: Kirkland Signature 13 piece Tri Ply Stainless Cookware Set--Costco or this: Tramontina 12 piece Tri Ply Clad Cookware Set Stainless Steel--Walmart. Search the Tramontina sets on Walmart.com carefully...there are three different price levels of Tramontina stainless cookware. I prefer the middle priced ones as a good compromise between quality and expense.
This is a great cheap electric car I would recommend it for highway use.
Definition of "cool".
Or Contico [link]
My original engagement ring is a simple .3 carat solitaire in white gold that my husband got at a pawn shop for $180. It was appraised by a jeweler friend for $800.
After six years together I got an "upgrade". I looked everywhere for the style I wanted. I finally found a diamond wedding set in white gold. It has a diamond cluster center and diamonds in both the engagement and wedding bands. It's simple and not huge and gaudy. The diamonds are nice and clear and sparkly. And I got that bitch at Wal-Mart for $650. Would wear it anywhere.
You can get a 36ct of Trojans for less than what /u/Alexander4297 quoted for 12.
Here's a 40ct of LifeStyles for $11.
Buy in bulk and you wont be spending $15 for 12 fuckin condoms
You are right, I think that person just made up those calorie numbers.
Great Value pinto beans: 90 calories per serving, 3.5 servings in 15.5 oz can, so 315 calories in can. half a can is ~160 calories
Since it looks like you'll have to wait until the official release date (this Tues?) to buy a Mi Box anyhow, you may want to purchase it via Walmart.com and then go pick it up at your local store. Doing it that way looks like it will net you three free movies on Vudu (Taken, Cast Away, & Horton Hears a Who) plus two free months of Sling TV.
Are you kidding? That's from cabelas website not Shakespeare's. Here's some more since you are skeptical:
Those are damn good poles. If you want to believe there is a massive campaign to make fake high reviews on this one fishing pole.. Well okay I guess. Just do a quick search for best fishing poles and you will see this one pop up all over the place. If your only experience with Shakespeare are the really really cheap combos, then no shit they are not that great, but that doesn't reflect their products as a whole.
As I get cards from Perk I add them to my Walmart account here:
When I want to combine them I go here:
And purchase a gift card for whatever amount I need. Make sure to fill out everything except the message part. Click review and then add it to your cart. From there go your cart and checkout. By default it's going to be asking for a credit card for payment but you can select gift cards instead and it will list all of your cards you have stored. One little flaky thing is that you can store 5 cards but you can only use up to 4 to make a purchase. No big deal, though. Once you total due is 0'd out, place the order and wait. I did this earlier today and had my card within 30 minutes.
As an added bonus, you'll now have an email with a scan-able bar code in your email that you take the checkout. I just show them my phone and usually they can scan the bar code from my phone.
You could do this for now, 31¢ per cup
How is this different from an Aerogarden, which you can get from Walmart?
> Ass to vagina is actually OK, as opposed to a fundamental violation of sex etiquette and basic hygiene.
Just for the record... If we're planning on including anal, I wash my butt and put an FC-2 condom in my ass before I start. Then my guy can go from PIA to PIV all he wants. Even oral is fine.
It's actually the simplest, neatest, most comfortable way to do PIA. There's none of the usual fuss about lubing and relubing and there's never any "santorum" discharge to worry about. :)
More info here about using the FC-2.
Get the 30 oz for $10 from Wal-Mart.
That extra space is needed.
Link to the 20 oz.
She didn't like the New Ghostbusters? But she's a girl. Aren't little girls supposed to use the new ghostbusters as role models????
That being said, There is a Lego Ecto 1 set that isn't too expensive. The firehouse set is a great one, but goes for $350.
Funko Pops aren't toys, so I wouldn't suggest those. They are great collectibles, but not something to play with. Same with the Metal Die Cast figures.
Unfortunately, most of the classic figures are geared more towards the adult collector. There were some classic figures released with the new movie figures that can be found at walmart: