See the full set here.
First time making clams, or any shellfish for that matter, at home. Little did we know, a lot goes into prepping the clams for cooking. Here are a few tips:
- Let your clams ‘breathe’. If the market ties them up in a plastic bag, remove them from the bag when you get home.
- At least and hour before, but preferably 3 hours or more before you want to cook them, place the washed and scrubbed clams in a bowl of salt water. Add some cornmeal to the water. The cornmeal (or as I call it, the “Last Meal”) will help the clams expel any sand remaining inside them.
I spend about half my time on my MacBook inside a Windows 7 boot camp virtual machine, which is remoted into work. This has worked great for me with one caveat. ALT+TAB. I would say about half the time I press these keys (or ALT+ anything for that matter), I end up getting the non-ALT keystroke sent to my desktop at work. Since I spend most of my time in Visual Studio at work, this means that I am constantly adding TAB characters to my source code, which if it is checked in to TFS, means that Visual Studio automatically checks it out for edit. WHen this happens, I have to stop my workflow and Undo the checkin. Annoying! Today I was fed up and did a quick search on the intertubes and found this forum post: http://communities.vmware.com/message/1431435
This is most likely caused by the keyboard shortcuts in Fusion. Try disabling ‘Hide Other Applications’ in Fusion Preferences > Keyboard & Mouse > Fusion Shortcuts.
Works like a charm! I love Fusion!
Generate a Random Name and Identity. Looks like they have an API too!
Code Review for Subversion, Mercurial, and Git, hosted on Google App Engine
Crack open them pst files!
1 + – + + + – + 1 = 2