With the first night out of the way, night two and night three had been positioned as extra rounds versus going out to eat with $70 budget. The second night’s cooking had focused on seafood from Petty’s Meat Market. This was the scope of new items for night two.
1. Wild Salmon (8 oz)
After unwrapping, I had applied thin coat of olive oil, salt and garlic powder on the skinless side. This may have seen simplistic and repetitive, but why over-complicate good product. With medium-high heat on, I had cooked skin side down for 7 minutes. Here was the start of the frying before sealing with a glass cover for moisture.
With the last 3 minutes (10 min. total cooking time), I had flipped the fillet to cook the skinless side until blackened. The end product was the below. The Salmon was moist and lightly seasoned.
2. Slice of Dark Chocolate Godiva Cake
At first, I had been looking forward to this dessert; however, it had been too dense and sweet to finish in one sitting. Back to the frig in favor of something different and lighter, perhaps a Zombie baby?
3. Slice of Lemon Mascarpone
This cake was light with slight lemon citrus filling and frosting. It was better compliment to the main entree. No Zombie baby needed here! No portion had been seen since this evening.
Reference: Another Petty’s Night: Part 1
The value this go around from Petty’s Meat Market was three evenings worth of quality dinners and dessert, price tag: $70.00.
Here are master shots of the main entrees and desserts.
Night one was composed of the following food:
1) New York Strip (8 oz.) that had been pre-marinated. This was divided into two (4 oz.) portions with coating of Olive Oil, Sea Salt and Garlic Powder. Both portions were cooked on medium-high heat for 10 minutes.
2) Dry Sea Scallops (4 total) were seasoned again with Olive Oil, Sea Salt and Garlic Powder on medium-high heat for 10 minutes.
3) Twice Baked Potatoes (2 portions) brushed with Olive Oil were heated at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
This had produced two plates of food which left leftovers for the following day.
4. Served on the side was pint of Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA (Indian Pale Ale). The pint was more than enough for two cold glasses. This ale was a nice accompaniment to the scallops and strip. However, I have been a bit bias toward the Sierra Nevada brand since a road trip to Boston, MA in 1995.
Following dinner on night one were these two desserts;
5) Berry Burlee (1 portion) was served as-is. It was not overly tart but, just enough blend of sweet and creamy.
6) Following the above had been a Lobster Tail Pastry. This was over indulgent piece of pastry loaded with cream. Perhaps had it been on its own, it might have been more enjoyable. The Berry Burlee was superior in texture and taste.
More Information: Petty’s Meat Market, Longwood, FL
When dealing with overheated feet from a cardio routine, muscle stiffness or just relaxing to go to bed, soaking my feet or body for 30 minutes or more to the point of pruning has been an effective fix. The first experience with Epsom Salt was after surgery. After spending a week in hospital, my feet had become dried out and nasty. Upon leaving Florida Hospital Orlando, a nurse had suggested soaking in Epsom salt to remove dead skin. On the trip home I had packed my plastic bed pan to apply this remedy. After 30 minutes and pruning, I had been able to start the process of removing all the cracked skin. After the fact I had also had learned Epsom Salts’ other benefits:
a) draws toxins out of your body
b) remedy for bruises, sprains, and sore muscles
c) ingestion orally as a laxative
CVS, Walgreen’s or Walmart all have generic and name brand versions of Epsom Salts. Currently, I have been rotating between generic from Walgreen’s ($2.50) and Dr. Teals with Spearmint and Eucalyptus ($5.00). The Spearmint and Eucalyptus were supposed to be calming aromatics. To that end, I have a preference for the generic stuff versus Dr. Teal’s oily film.
So lets get down to the process.
1. Fill your pan or bath with warm or hot water.
2. Measure out 2 cups of Epsom Salt per gallon of water.
3. Pour In
4. Insert your body or feet for 30 minutes or more, look for pruning skin. The 30 minutes and pruning has been a good measurement for maximum effect.
As always consult a medical profession before usage as there maybe unintended consequences with drug interactions and/or those with diabetes.
More on my comments on Magnesium: The 12th Element, Magnesium
Periodically, it has been necessary to cleanup mailbox permissions across a Microsoft Exchange server or Exchange organization. Sometimes other IT administrators, myself included, have forgotten to remove self-applied permissions in the heat of providing employee support. Two tasks that have helped, an inventory of existing full access and selective bulk removal.
A. Inventory all the mailboxes with accounts with full permissions.
This will provide an export in CSV format to sort against for review.
1. Launch Exchange Management Shell as administrator with appropriate Exchange Organizational or Exchanger Server permissions.
2. Create localized folder for exports (i.e. C:\garzafx\).
3. Export all full mailbox permissions to mailbox to Excel CSV file as follows:
Get-Mailbox -Server “myemailserver” | Get-MailboxPermission | export-csv c:\garzafx\
NOTE: If you haven’t already created your own folder for exports on your system, please do so to avoid any inadvertent errors.
B. Selective account removal
Now that you have your variables to search against, you can create a get-contents script or just keep it simple with the following:
4. Get-Mailbox | Remove-MailboxPermission -AccessRights FullAccess -user “weyland\ellen.ripley”
IMPORTANT: For Send-As permissions will have to had employed Get-AdPermission
More Information On Exchange: http://www.msexchange.org/
More on PowerShell: http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/
“Strength comes from providing those without.”
In central Florida with plenty of indoor and outdoor entertainment options, we have forgotten the unique perspective into natural beauty that lies right around the corner. The Audubon Center has provided support facility to injured or otherwise helpless birds from Ospreys, Eagles, Owls and even the maligned Turkey Buzzard. The goal of facility has been to bring this wildlife back to the point of release into the wild. Under threat of rain, the property was quite accessible and easy to navigate. For $5 donation per person, it had offered several open area cages including a staging house. In the staging house, several birds were within arm’s reach.
Having had wrist surgery over a year back, it was remarkable to see an Eagle manage without an eye. This bird was going to manage for food without it. Remarkable, it was going to be true survival versus faux conflict. In that perspective, it was a reminder how easy humans have it.
The Bird of Prey facility was easily located off I-4 and Lee Road between Maitland, FL and historic Eatonville just off Wymore and Kennedy.
More Info: Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
Part of Pacific Rim’s spectacle had been the pounding string and guitar work from the soundtrack. The majestic walk of the Jaegers’ had seemed to match the tempo quite effectively. These specific tracks had driven my purchase for the gym:
1. Pacific Rim (feat. Tom Morello)
2. Gipsy Danger
3. Canceling The Apocalypse
4. Jaeger Tech (feat. Tom Morello)
5. Physical Compatibility
6. Go Big Or Go Extinct (feat. Tom Morello)
7. Passages (From “Pacific Rim Trailer 2013”)
Soundtrack for Pacific Rim available: Amazon, ITunes
Music from trailer Passages (From “Pacific Rim Trailer 2013”) by Evolve available: Amazon
Artwork in hardcover available: Pacific Rim: Man, Machines, and Monsters (Amazon)
Fan artwork available: Get ready to rumble with 15 ferocious Pacific Rim fan art posters (Blastr)
More information on soundtrack: Tom Morello Marches With Ramin Djawadi on ‘Pacific Rim’ – Song Premiere (Rolling Stone)
GarzaFX: Review: Pacific Rim