What would you like to do?
Depending on how bad the burnt taste is. For the most part it is almost imposible to remove it completely. You could try transfering it to another pot and adding more in…grediants. Be carefull not get any of the burnt stew in the new pot. Add a little red wine, It might help hide the taste a bit too.
Through brownian motion to better understand it put a drop of red ink in a still glass full of water do not disturb the water and see how the colour spreads in the whole… glass
Only if they have a warrant
you can brown your stew meat in a skillet until slightly done then put it in a crockpot. There's a stew seasoning you can buy in packets at the store, and put that with your s…tew meat and fill the crockpot about half way with water, and you can also put in bite size raw potatoes, celery, carrots, bell peppers, frozen corn, and any other veggies you like and cook it over night. By the way my name is Maggie, im 11 years old and I'm a wannabe cooking chef. And that's not a joke. I swear.
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so that you can safely smell a chemecal
Safety - getting a lung full of a possibly toxic chemical is never good. Wafting means you get a gentle smell diluted with plenty of air.
Yes - if there are minors present or they think you are dealing. It's not usually worth their time though. If they don't have a warrant then you can't let them in unless you… are on probation, parole or it is a welfare check.
Which sentence has the strongest negative connotation A There was an odor B A rotten egg odor wafted from the house C Odors are smelled in everyday life D The dress had a bad odor?
B A rotten egg odor wafted from the house Negative connotation can be hinted at or obvious. Connotation creates a picture, an image--or here, a bad smell. As we read, …we capture these connotations from how words create images.
Paiolo is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase"stew pot". Specifically, the word is a masculine noun in its singular form. Italso may be translated literally as "buck…et, cauldron, pot" orloosely as "blind luck, fluke". The pronunciation always remains"pa-WO-lo" in Italian.
You can cover beef stew while it simmers, but you don't have to. If you don't cover it, you should check it often to avoid steaming out all the liquid and having the stew to s…corch. If you have a lid on, the liquid won't disappear as fast, and also the stew may be done a little sooner.
Gourds and herbs were made into stew. (2 Kings 4:38-41)