I prefer the Pyrex for packing and warming leftovers, and apparently the cost difference is not that great (the 8-cup Gladware is more in this instance). I find that the Gladware (or any plastic-ware for that matter) gets lost much more easily, and requires replacing from loss if not from wear. Moreover, the blue lid […]
Nothing says, ‘I have no idea what to get you,’ quite like giant beige bath towels.
Larabar wins hands down. Much better, sweeter taste. Moist texture. Pecan Pie has been one of my favorites. Over 50% fat, but most is polyunsaturated or monounsaturated fat. 100% raw food, made from dates, nuts, etc… Soyjoy is dry, flavorless (mango coconut was horrible). 60 out of 140 calories from fat. 3.5g of the fat […]
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$1499 versus a $1250 with Windows XP Pro, I’m really starting to consider a Mac as my next computer. Thinking about it and doing it are two different things, though.
The title may sound like the book is going to uncover lost secrets of getting rich, but in reality, this is book is a retirement savings manual written especially for novices. In addition to explaining the magic of everyday retirement savings, this book gives links to several additional resources and explanations of how to use […]
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I thought for sure that TI-89 graphing calculators would have been obsolete by now. But not only are they for sale on Amazon, but they seem to not have changed in price much.
MAC OS X Version 10.5 Leopard is a available for pre-order on Amazon.com. Product will ship "sometime in October."
Not a bad price for Jamaica Blue Mountain, cheapest I’ve heard of is $35 per pound.