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2008.06.30 13:56 Soup stock? Viva la Soup!
Soup stock & soup stock memes. Viva la Soup!
2012.07.27 08:50 ninthloud7 Connecting all Malaysian food lovers
Welcome to /MalaysianFood food subreddit. The purpose of this sub is to bring glory to all Malaysian food and to connect all Malaysian food lovers. Photos, discussions, videos, history, recipes, memes, news & blogs about Malaysian cuisine. Recipes and your homemade dishes are especially welcome.
2023.06.10 19:45 gamenator102_ Unsatisfied with current tipout system
I work at a small restaurant - at max we normally seat around 40-50 people on what we consider a busy night. I’m a waiter at this place, but because we’re so small, everyone on staff kind of helps out with my tables when they can (delivering drinks, running food, overall checkin, bussing). Also our bar is super small, seating only 4-5 people at a time, so our “bartender” rarely has people sitting there.
I’ll explain how our current tip system works. Best example I can give is from last night where we had 2 waiters, the bartender, a busser, and BOH. The tips that the customers leave the waiters are pooled together, as well as whatever tips the bar made. That gets added up, and 20% gets taken out for BOH. How that’s split up is not really up to me. Then, the tips are split 3 ways between the waiters and the bartender, and then we each give an equal amount from there to the busser. However, I just don’t think this is fair.
My tables last night LOVED me. I averaged around 27% overall tips. The total pooled tips for the night was around $420. Off of my tables, I brought in $220. I went home with $92. I feel like I’m being scammed lol. I would love any suggestions on a better tip-out system that I could bring up with my boss.
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2023.06.10 19:43 nellorocca Ordinario nel 2022, forfettario nel 2022: quale aliquota?
Ciao, ho aperto partita IVA nel 2022 in regime ordinario in quanto avevo superato la soglia di reddito dipendente massima per il forfettario. Nel 2023 sono passato al regime forfettario. La domanda che mi pongo è: la mia attività può essere inquadrata ancora come startup applicando quindi l'aliquota IRPEF al 5%?
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2023.06.10 19:42 Enrighteous7 Have a day to burn while wife is in Rialto on business, wondering what I should do with myself?
Never been to LA before, so am tagging along with her for an easy vacation. I'll have the rental car for the day and am excited to check out the area. I've narrowed it down to:
1) check out Rim of the World on my way to Lake Arrowhead or Big Bear and poke around in the mountains, grab a bite, take pictures etc
2) drive to Palm Springs and basically do the same thing
I'm a 39 year old dude who'll be alone if that makes any difference.
Wwyd? Any other suggestions welcome :)
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2023.06.10 19:40 Ok-Procedure-8251 Omakase Restaurant that let you sit with someone who isn’t ordering?
My wife and I are traveling next week. She’s been trying to try Omakase but I don’t eat seafood and I don’t want her going by herself. Is there any restaurants that will let me sit with her or at least have non seafood dishes? Any recommendations would be recommend.
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2023.06.10 19:40 cshomie Restaurants in SF like Gypsy’s Trattoria Italiana in Berkeley?
Does anyone know of any restaurants in SF like Gypsy’s Trattoria Italiana in Berkeley? I absolutely love their pasta! It’s not fancy — it’s hearty with heaping portions and just straight up comfort food. The restaurant has a “hole in the wall” type of vibe.
I’ve been on a multi-year quest to try to find an Italian restaurant in the city that has similar pasta, but I haven’t had any luck so far. All of the pasta places I’ve tried in SF seem like they are trying to be a bit fancier. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
P.S. in particular I’m looking for a dish like the “Godfather’s Favorite” at Gypsy’s. It’s soooo good!
Thanks in advance for your help 😊
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2023.06.10 19:39 drugsnhugss Ajutați ma sa il găsesc pe gratagiu, va rog.
Salut, Este un individ manelist, cocalar, ghiolban, înțelegeți tipologia. Omu are parul lung, poarta tot timpul, dar tot timpul, trening și a fost viral la in moment dat p tik tok&co. E brunet și cred ca are ochi albaștri. Și a deschis la un moment dat ceva terasa și făcea niște platouri de grătar care arătau senzațional și erau pline, ba nene, PLINE de carne. Cred ca locația era în Berceni. Cum găsesc restaurantul? Sau măcar cum se numeste individul? Mulțumesc!
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2023.06.10 19:39 Baby-Blue-Lily Is this Aussie!?!?! No episode
2023.06.10 19:38 PsychologicalPace762 Lasalle - Crèmeries qui ne sont pas des franchises? - Ice cream parlor that are not a franchise?
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Bonjour tout le monde. Connaissez-vous des crèmeries dans l'arrondissement Lasalle qui ne sont pas des franchises? Je veux autre chose que de la Diarrhée Queen.
Hi everyone. Anyone knows any ice cream parlor in Lasalle that is not a franchise? I want something other than Diarrhea Queen.
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2023.06.10 19:36 PhilPlease Summary of my June 9, 2023 trip at Disneyland
Hi all, lots of people gave me planning tips so I wanted to return the favor by summarizing my trip, in case it’s helpful. I traveled with my wife. We live in So Cal so we drove to the park the morning of. We did not buy any add ons (like Genie Plus or Lightning Lanes)
Rope drop: my wife and I went straight to Adventureland and boarded Indiana Jones (20 minute wait)
Immediately after, walked onto Jungle Cruise (no wait). Then walked into Pirates (no wait, but broke down for ten minutes). From there, got a churro (no line) and walked onto Winnie the Pooh (no wait).
Walked to galaxy’s edge. Lines were long so went to cantina (walked in without reservation, then left after a few minutes after the stormtroopers came in).
Went to Fantasyland. Rode Pinocchio (no wait), Snow White (ten minutes), the carousel (five minutes), and the storybook river cruise (five minutes). Then walked onto Small World (no wait).
This is when the park started filling up somewhat (around 11am). After, headed to Tomorrowland and rode Star Tours (25 minutes) and Buzz Lightyear (35 minutes). Got a pretzel (no wait) before hopping into Star tours line.
Crossed back to adventure land to get some dole whip with mango chimoy (can’t mobile order, so waited about fifteen minutes and soaked in the vibes). Then snacked on beignets at hungry bear (mobile ordered - no wait).
At this point, rise of the resistance had broken down. We went back to galaxy’s edge and ate lunch at the restaurant (I think it’s called landing port). Food was excellent. Atmosphere was amazing.
Then went to smugglers run (45 min wait). As we neared the end of the line I saw on the app that the wait ballooned to 180 minutes. Meanwhile ROTR was still closed.
After, went to chill in galaxy’s edge. Saw the mandalorian. Walked past ROTR. The cast members at the entrance were letting people in and told us the wait would be 40-50 min. In actuality the ride was still broken. As we waited, many park guests exited the line from the front. Several said they had waited two hours. We waited for an hour and then bailed. I checked the app throughout the day after and the ride stated down for another two hours or so.
After leaving ROTR, we veered to frontier land because we hadn’t seen it yet. We browsed the shops for a while, then went to Main Street to get coffee at Starbucks (15-20 min wait). It was definitely worth the wait because we were really tired and needed the coffee. We sipped our coffee and relaxed, pursuing the main street sites, shops, and exhibits.
After, we did the tea cups (10 or 15 minute wait). Then the parade marched past us, so we got to see the parade. We didn’t have the best view (we were near small world), but we got a pretty decent view of everything and enjoyed the parade.
After, we stopped by toon town just to take in the sites. Rodger rabbit had an hour wait, but we didn’t want to go on it. The new Micky and Minnie ride was not taking standby wait anymore (just lightning lane). But toon town was really cute (spent about ten minutes just walking around).
Next, we headed to the Mark Twain for a sunset cruise. It was a highlight of the day. Really nice ride. Very impressive ship.
Then we hopped off and walked around New Orleans Square at night. Really beautiful when sun sets. Then, we did the same for Galaxy’s edge. We bought some dinner (sausages - pretty delicious and no wait) and then took in the sites. We also checked out the gift shop. (By this time ROTR was reopen but the lightning lane was over an hour wait because the ride had essentially been broken all day)
We ended the day by walking around fantasy land, through tomorrow land, to the front of the castle. We arrived around 9pm and waited for the fireworks show. We got a great spot and enjoyed the show.
After the show, we did some last minute shopping in Main Street and downtown Disney. After waiting out the crowds for a bit we took the tram back to the parking lot and were out of the parking lot around 10:30/11pm.
—————— Biggest tips: Be at the parking lot no later than 7:30am and make sure you rope drop. We got on pretty much every ride.
Don’t expect to get on ROTR or the new Micky and Minnie ride. It’s slammed. If you really want to go, you have to prioritize it and recognize you’ll have to pay for extras (stay an extra day, buy lightning lanes, and/or buy genie plus) or you’ll have to be willing to go on fewer attractions so that you can make it in one of these two rides. You also need a little luck - the reason I didn’t rope drop ROTR is because everyone rope drops it and because it’s often broken down at the beginning of the day. So I didn’t want to roll the dice and risk losing that two hour window where few people are in the park.
The rides are fun but definitely pick and choose what you go on. If a ride doesn’t interest you very much, then don’t spend an hour waiting for it. For instance, we skipped a few rides like Autopia because we didn’t care for that ride. Same with some roller coasters (they’re cool but my wife doesn’t like roller coasters and Disney coasters aren’t worth waiting more than an hour, to me. But I’ve been going for years so I’ve been on all the coasters a million times.)
Instead, one of the best parts of the park is soaking in the good vibes, hanging with a snack, and just appreciating all the immersive decor.
Similarly, I recommend revisiting parts of the park during different times of day. The ambiance totally changes at sunset and then during the evening. The best examples are Main Street, Galaxy’s Edge, and New Orleans Square.
I think one of the best things we did was rope dropping adventure land. Most people rushed to ROTR or Space Mountain, which had pretty big wait times. If you were one of the lucky few who made it to the front of the line, it may have been worth it, but most people probably had to wait a while. By contrast, rope dropping adventure land enabled me to go on a bunch of rides in the first two hours. It took stress off the second half of the day. I also saw that many of these rides had huge lines after eleven.
Bring a backpack. Pack an extra pair of shoes, water, and sunblock.
Lastly, I recommend doing a river cruise through the Mark Twain at sunset. I also recommend getting to the fireworks show at least 30 minutes early, but no more than 45 minutes early.
A final tip - research before you go. Familiarize yourself with the park layout, get the app, watch YouTube videos, and get a game plan. You should have a sense of what you want to do and how you’re going to accomplish it.
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2023.06.10 19:36 Organic_Bend_9500 i love when they let you get this closeup of your queen
2023.06.10 19:34 OtherwiseFly5407 Counter (canned) kimchi sourness?
Hey :) So I’ve recently gotten into Korean cuisine and I love it! A nearby restaurant serves amazing Kimchi-Bokkeum and I tried doing it at home. I’m running into a problem with not just this dish but any dish containing Kimchi: The Kimchi is a bit too sour. Because I don’t have time to prepare the kimchi myself, i usually get some canned kimchi from the Asia-supermarket. I’m quite happy with it, but as I said, my dishes often turn out too sour. I’ve tried countering with sugar but it didn’t seem to help a lot. Do I just need to add more? Are there any preparation tricks or ingredients I can use to counter the kimchi’s sourness? In the restaurants dish, there’s just this slight hint of kimchi-sourness, what are they doing differently? (tbh i don’t really think they make their own fresh kimchi)
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2023.06.10 19:34 snuggie08 IPA from Quinta de la Rosa in front of the beautiful Douro Valley
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Quinta de la Rosa is a wine producer in the Douro Valley, but they also make a mean IPA. After a day of tasting wine, I had to cool off by the pool with a beer. submitted by snuggie08 to beerwithaview [link] [comments]
2023.06.10 19:34 TigersRreal Align bore job in Ca
Hi all, I am looking for recommendations on a most excellent machine shop in California to cut up my case! I am located on the Central Coast, San Luis Obispo, and would love to find someone in LA. The forward most main bearing - some call the Thrust Bearing - has a lot of play and is starting to leak oil. I am almost done splitting the case and getting everything together to ship out somewhere.
Thanks for reading!
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2023.06.10 19:33 Cold-Pizza111 Million copper Pennies found in LA home. You guys see that story?
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2023.06.10 19:33 moali23466 Anyone ever feel slightly guilty for taking stacked orders?
I avoid taking stacked orders. it might be because the time it takes you to drive and wait for the other orders, you could've already delivered the first one. And when the second restaurant is taking a long time to prepare the food, the first order is sitting in your car getting cold.
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2023.06.10 19:32 HoodieObsessed_ [FOR HIRE] Final Cut Pro YouTube Editor (+Thumbnails, Channel Banners, Social Media Animations and More! 1,000mbps Up+Down Internet Connection)
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2023.06.10 19:30 Yan_Jobs I LOVE this feature!!1!
2023.06.10 19:30 doom92 Trying to locate a bar/restaurant in the East Village
During the Pandemic I wandered down a street in the East Village and came across a barestaurant I wanted to try when the world opened back up....but I can't remember the exact streets.
I know this is a long shot, but I figured I'd ask.
I remember that it was fairly large and all of the outside was painted red.Like, obnoxiously red. There was also this kind of weird take out window situation.
It was definitely an older place and looked like it had been there forever. It also gave a bit of an older Italian place vibe.
I doubt that's enough for anyone to remember, but thought I'd toss it out there.
Thank you in advance!
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2023.06.10 19:29 MadamLibrarian2007 Local Pizza Joints and Local BBQ?
My husband and I are coming to Branson next month, and I'm wondering, what's your favorite pizza restaurant, and your favorite BBQ restaurant? Locally owned would be perfect. Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.10 19:28 Wonderful_Ad_8577 Starting lineup size of the conference finals teams compared to the Cavs
Denver: Murray 6’4” KCP 6’5” Gordon 6’8” MPJ 6’10” Jokic 6’11”
Miami: Vincent 6’3” Strus 6’5” Butler 6’7” Love 6’8” Bam 6’9”
Boston: Smart 6’3” White 6’4” Brown 6’6” Tatum 6’8” Horford 6’9”
LA: Russell 6’4” Reaves 6’5” Vanderbilt 6’9” James 6’9” Davis 6’10”
Cleveland: Mitchell 6’1” Garland 6’1” Okoro 6’5” Allen 6’11” Mobley 7’
Height was taken from basketball reference. This post was inspired by how Denver’s size is causing massive issues for Miami.
It’s amazing how we had the number 1 defense with such a small backcourt. Even Okoro is undersized for his position. I think it really shows how important having BOTH Mobley and Allen is and how generally JB has done a good job hiding the deficiencies of the back court during the regular season. However, the size of these elite teams will definitely cause issues in the playoffs offensively and defensively for this Cavs core.
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2023.06.10 19:28 SpeedyBubble42 Best keyring multitool
A stupid theme park just confiscated my keyring multitool because the 1" blade was a threat to society even though the restaurants give you 3" steak knives.
That said, I'm looking for a new one. Any suggestions? I'd like one that has a flash drive, if possible, but I can do that separately if there's something awesome in every other way.
Appreciate any suggestions!
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2023.06.10 19:28 Polstick1971 L'affascinante vicenda di David Grusch - Ex agente di intelligence rivela informazioni sui programmi segreti governativi e sugli UAP (il titolo e il post me lo sono fatto scrivere da chatGPT per mia pigrizia 😎)
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👽 Ciao a tutti, oggi voglio condividere con voi la storia intrigante di David Grusch, un ex agente di intelligence che ha recentemente divulgato informazioni sorprendenti riguardo ai programmi governativi segreti, agli oggetti volanti non identificati (UFO/UAP) e a presunte prove di corpi non umani in possesso del governo degli Stati Uniti. Grusch ha lavorato per agenzie di intelligence di alto livello, come la National Reconnaissance Office e la National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, il che rende le sue rivelazioni particolarmente interessanti. submitted by Polstick1971 to Italia [link] [comments]
🔍 Grusch ha denunciato l'esistenza di programmi speciali illegali, sforzi di ingegneria inversa su veicoli di origine non umana, e la scoperta di presunte prove di corpi non umani. Ha seguito i canali appropriati per denunciare le sue scoperte, presentando un reclamo formale all'Inspector General della comunità di intelligence e ottenendo protezione legale come whistleblower.
🔦 Alcune figure di spicco nel campo dell'intelligence e della difesa hanno confermato la sua credibilità e, in alcuni casi, hanno sostenuto la veridicità delle sue affermazioni. Tuttavia, gran parte delle informazioni specifiche riguardanti i programmi, i nomi e le località rimangono classificate e non sono state rese pubbliche.
🎤 Domani dovrebbe uscire un'intervista lunga parecchie ore con David Grusch, che potrebbe fornire ulteriori dettagli su questa vicenda. Sarà interessante vedere se emergeranno nuove informazioni e se queste rivelazioni avranno un impatto sul dibattito pubblico riguardo al fenomeno UAP e alla trasparenza governativa.
💬 Discutiamo queste rivelazioni insieme! Cosa ne pensate delle affermazioni di Grusch? Credete che le sue informazioni siano accurate? Quali implicazioni potrebbero avere queste scoperte sia per la comunità scientifica che per il pubblico in generale? Siete ansiosi di ascoltare l'intervista di domani? Condividete le vostre opinioni nei commenti qui sotto!