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Noel said:Funny enough I was on FaceTime with my parents right after I saw this thread. I asked them because I certainly don’t remember. They said it was one of the Ninja Turtle movies. I’m guess it’s either the 2nd or 3rd one. Most likely the 3rd one, came out in ‘93.I was working in a movie theater when the first mutant turtles movie came out (1990). We were all teenagers (HS and college age) working the theater and we were blown away by the sheer volume of people. We did not expect the insanity that followed that movie. The theater was swamped that whole summer with little kids and their parents. What a memory! Reminds me how as teenagers we don't pay attention to anything except ourselves.I know I saw Superman II in the theater, 1981, so I was 9. Pretty sure I saw the first Muppet movie in 1979, but the memory is hazy.I also remember my dad coming home after seeing Alien in the movie theater. He couldn't stop telling everyone he saw (for years) how much that movie scared the daylights out of him. He still tells that story today.
WaidHere said:The Wire. Didn't catch it the first time 20 years ago. Has to be some of the best TV ever made. Just wrapping up Season 4.
MrX said:Bought a big ol' brisket at Costco to make for Passover. Will be braising it tomorrow night and having with matzo ball soup on Wed.
Texas bbq brisket may get all the glory but a properly braised brisket in the style of the chosen people is *chef kiss emoji*Please post a pic so I can live vicariously.
Bon Appetit's latest issue has a no-knead foccacia recipe. It is so easy, AFTER reading the timing instructions 15 times. Definitely recommend the longer timings and prepping the dough 1 day before. My second attempt (below) has rosemary in the dough and artichoke hearts and black olives on top. Can't wait to try more toppings. Two thumbs up from husband and two teens. https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/easy-no-knead-focaccia