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  • Re: Off Topic - Going through divorce, need advice

    There is no such thing as an amicable divorce. My advice would be to get an attorney and have him get those text messages for evidence, if you suspect that she has actually committed adultery. It may seem civil now, but once she gets an attorney, that is very likely to change, so protect yourself. I'm sure you are in somewhat of a state of shock, but do what you have to do. Any attorney worth his salt will advise you to have her removed from the house immediately, not in 2017, and get custody of your daughter, if that is what you want. An old adage worth repeating "Where there's smoke, there's fire". FWIW.
  • Re: Standing Rib Roast Spinning On The Egg

    Thanks, @northGAcock. We will be doing this again for sure. 
  • Re: Thanksgiving Disasters or Near Disasters--Let the Stories Begin--Here's Mine

    Sister this is one victory that I'm not really proud off

    Small comfort, I know, but I'm sure that a lot, if not most of us have a few of those types of stories we could share, lol.

  • Re: Advice for stuffed burgers

    I use a press that I got from Amazon. It works well. I have found that the colder the ground beef, the easier it is to handle and not stick in the press. I have also found that the cheese needs to be more chunky than grated. When it's grated, it just kinda disappears into the meat. Don't have any pictures, but will take some the next time I do burgers. I cook at 400 direct about 5 minutes per side. Here's the link to the press.
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