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You use it every day, but never give a thought to its sustainability. What is it. Your flatware. Let's face it, you can't slurp soup or cut into eggplant parmesan without a fork, knife or spoon. You're using these products every single day, several times a day and routinely submitting them to high heat. Did you ever think about the materials involved in making flatware, though. Wonder how making a switch in your forks could ever lead to resource conservation. Well, surprisingly, your knives and spoons can have a big impact on the environment, from the moment that they are bought to the moment that you decide you need a change in flatware patterns. Liberty Tabletop is the only company in the United States making flatware. Along with being Made in the USA, Liberty Tabletop is also environmentally conscious and strives for resource conservation in all aspects of production. At Sherrill Manufacturing, which produces the Liberty Tabletop flatware, cookware and specialty items, doing what's right for the environment and the community is their benchmark for business. When Oneida Limited shut down in 2005, Sherrill Manufacturing wanted to put the third- and fourth- generation silversmiths back to work. So they opened a factory in Sherrill, New York to employ local skilled artisans. Almost all materials come from American sources, including the stainless steel , which is tested to make sure there is no lead, mercury or other toxic elements, based on rigorous domestic testing specifications. Non-toxic chemicals, oils and other manufacturing ingredients are used rather than cheap toxic compounds. The energy is sourced from the Niagara Falls' hydroelectric power supply. Utilizing domestic materials not only puts Americans to work, but is also a powerful form of resource conservation. The energy used to transport flatware from overseas factories to domestic shops and malls can be staggering. According to Liberty Tabletop, their flatware travels on average 1,370 miles from their factory to you. What if your knives and forks were made overseas. Then it could be a distance almost six times greater, around 8,200 miles. Along with that increased distance comes the increased cost of fuel and energy for transportation. How does the cost compare to flatware manufactured overseas. Liberty Tabletop had to be a little creative in trying to keep costs competitive, while also paying fair wages for employees. Source: www.earth911.com
After adding wheel tubs and a new front panel, fabricating a roll pan, and adding trick exhaust outlets and new lights, our much-modified '56 F-100 pickup bed was almost ready to be media blasted and reunited with the chassis. Almost, because the tailgate required some attention first. We've never been a fan of the chains used by Ford on these tailgates, or the method of latching the 'gate shut, and decided both needed to go on this build. The latter problem was easily solved with a visit to Classic Performance Products for a pair of their stainless steel Stealth Tailgate Latches, while the former took some figuring out. As we've raised the floor in this bed, we figured a pair of stops that only allowed the tailgate to fold down at 90 degrees could be hidden under there, which quickly led us to consider hiding a pair of gas rams there too. Sure, it's a lot of fabrication, but such work can be enjoyable, almost therapeutic. At least it is for us, in the same way some enjoy building engines. Finally, our bed is ready to go back on the chassis. 24 The parts that actually hold the tailgate at 90 degrees are these plates bolted to the arms. They have to be bolted in order to remove the tailgate. We cut a slot in the plate and welded a tab through the slot, then used a ¼-20 bolt on the underside of the arm, and a pair of 10-32 bolts in the ends (the double washers are temporary, until we get shorter bolts). Source: www.hotrod.com
If the kick-off is at 5 p. m. , we’re at the Coliseum as early as 9 a. m. You don’t want to deal with traffic. Everybody has an assignment. I take care of the equipment, much of which we keep in a special shed for easy access: the TV and the self-tuning satellite and the generator (to watch other games during the day), extension cords, gasoline, the grill if we’re going to barbecue,... My sister-in-law often takes care of the drinks—usually sodas and beer and Bloody Marys and some nice chardonnays and pinots. You want to make sure everyone who stops by is comfortable. My brother brings over subs, and my wife takes care of the who-what-where and mostly everything else: turkey chili, burgers and hot dogs, chicken wings, nachos, onion dip, assorted trays of cheeses, cookies and brownies to keep the kids happy. We do a pretty good job of eating. We bring folding tables, a red-and-yellow pop-up canopy for shade (we’re all USC colors from toes to head), and if there are eight of us, we bring double the number of pop-up chairs for guests. Oh, and we have a couple of coolers just for ice—that isn’t something you want to run out of. Even with all this prep, it’s never going to be perfect. Sometimes you say, “Oh, my gosh, we forgot the corkscrew. ” But the good news is, USC fans are a close group. Someone’s always going to help you out. Chicken-and-Smoked Andouille Gumbo From Brandon Boudet and Nico Sy of Dominick’s and Little Dom’s. Prepare the roux, soffritto , and meat before assembling. 2 cups olive oil. 2 cups all-purpose flour. Pour olive oil in 8- to 12-quart stockpot. Heat on high until oil starts to shimmer, then reduce heat to medium. Slowly whisk in flour completely. the texture and consistency should be loose. Whisk thoroughly every ten minutes until mixture turns a milk chocolate color (or darker if desired). Depending on your stove’s BTUs, this can take up to two hours. ½ bunch scallions. ¼ bunch Italian parsley. 1½ ribs celery. ¼ large Spanish onion. 1 small green bell pepper. 4 cloves garlic. Roughly chop all ingredients and combine. Finely dice in food processor (or by hand). 2½ pounds boneless,. Source: www.lamag.com
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