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  • A person employed to wash dishes
  • A machine for washing dishes automatically
  • a machine for washing dishes
  • someone who washes dishes
  • A dishwasher is a mechanical device for cleaning dishes and eating utensils. Dishwashers can be found in restaurants and private homes.
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  • A how-to or a how to is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. A how-to is usually meant to help non-experts, may leave out details that are only important to experts, and may also be greatly simplified from an overall discussion of the topic.
  • Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction on a particular topic
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  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
  • free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
  • clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead
  • Perceive or detect the odor or scent of (something)
  • Have or use a sense of smell
  • inhale the odor of; perceive by the olfactory sense
  • Sniff at (something) in order to perceive or detect its odor or scent
  • the sensation that results when olfactory receptors in the nose are stimulated by particular chemicals in gaseous form; "she loved the smell of roses"
  • emit an odor; "The soup smells good"

Keine Melange Bitte!
Keine Melange Bitte!
It took me about 2 years to finally make the decision to buy this machine. I don’t know why some monster size decisions I can nail down in a week, yet I agonize over buying a coffee maker. This is compounded by the fact that I really, really love making a ritual out of leaving wherever I am in the morning to go find breakfast or a nice cup of coffee, usually a latte or a cappuccino. But, and don’t say that I did not warn you, despite its reputation for coffee houses, it is really pretty hard to find a good coffee in Vienna. So that led me (2 years ago) to start thinking about the purchase of an espresso machine. I looked at all of them, and you know some of them are just so beautiful, but I knew somehow that none of them were really the right thing for me at the time. I mean I would love to go out and buy one of these shiny things with different levels of automatic and tweaks to be able to get that oh so perfect result, but really I don’t know how to use one of those, and there is the one thing that always stopped me in my tracks: they are a lot of maintenance! How much work do you want to do just to have a nice cup of coffee? Not to mention, any kind of wet coffee bean type leftovers very quickly give the most unbelievably gross smell. So that only left two choices really. The Illy machine with the little packets, and the Nespresso. I waited for years on the nespresso because most of the flavors are really not so great, but at some point I had a few shots that were really ok. When I asked the guy at the Nespresso store which flavor was peoples favorite, he showed me one and said that this one is like a Wiener Melange. I will not be buying that flavor. And I really love Illy coffe, but I hate the idea that with that machine there will never be any variety. With caffeine or without. That’s it. It took quite a long time more before I actually bought the Nespresso machine, because the design is just not so special, and I had seen ones that I liked and was waiting and waiting to find them at some store. But they never appeared. So a few weeks ago, I went out to the Nespresso store absoulutely determined to not leave there empty handed. Ill just get that damn cube thing. I did leave empty handed though. You see I had not taken into consideration the milk steamer, and with my leanings toward lactose, this was really going to be a necessary thing. At the Nespresso store, the clerk showed me a nifty plug in canister that apparently foams and does something to milk, but there you go, something else to clean! Two devices to turn on, and while I don’t know how to work a steamer, I have been watching people do it for years and I am sure that for the results I want, you need this little thingy to stick in your cup of milk. But I left the store frustrated, and figured I would give Saturn one try and just see if they had some other kind of old model sitting around, but no, and the very few models with a milk steamer were there and I finally took the plunge, as they also had a one-day-only promotion on the thing. Woo hoo! I got it home, plugged it in and then it sat on my counter for about three weeks before I finally decided to deal with figuring out how to use it. The espresso part I know, but the steamer? I finally figured it out and that first cappuccino was so delicious and I have not been able to match it. There is a kind of creamy dense foam consistency that I want to achieve and somehow I always get all air – too much or just latte like hot milk. But I can’t stop playing with the thing. And I am filing up the dishwasher everyday with dirty coffee cups and spoons. But at least that is clean with the push of a button.
Denny's, Largo, FL - Aug, 2011
Denny's, Largo, FL - Aug, 2011
Denver Omelette: Better make a sammich and get comfortable, this is gonna be a long one! I just knew Denny's wasn't going to be good - I only went because I had a $5.00 coupon and I was wanting breakfast - I should've gone to McDonalds, or the vending machines @ the bus station. #1) This Denny's stinks!, it has a foul smell to it, like maybe a drain is backed-up or something. #2)The waitresses seemed more interested in gossiping and complaining about lack of customers (read "lack of tips") rather than serving the customers they do have. I sat at the counter and the manager was also sitting there reading the paper. (Later during my visit, the manager was going on and on for about 10 minutes about how she coudn't find one of her employees who was supposed to be making chili) #3) After ordering I watched a very large and sweaty dishwasher carrying clean plates into the kitchen, he balanced the large stacks of plates by pushing down on the top plate with his fat, sweaty chin - who's gonna be the lucky customers that eat off those top plates! #4) The cook burned my bagel and than he and the waitress joked about "sending it out anyway" - remember I'm sitting right at the counter in front of the kitchen so I can hear everything. #5) I asked for my bagel to buttered in the kitchen, it wasn't - a small thing, but one MORE WRONG thing! #6) My hash-browns were completly un-cooked in the middle, I mean room-temperature, dry and card-boardy. The omelette was totally un-appealing: from the gray sausage to the huge chunks of onion and the dried-out, over-cooked egg, a loser from "Go!" #7) While I was taking the photo for this review the waitress saw me and went and said something to the manager (who was now in the back), she came out with an alarmed look on her face and asked me why I taking pictures of my food. Well, first off, it's MY food - I'll take a picture if I want! Second, I do a food review on Flickr and I might also send it the corporation if I decide to complain! #8) The manager insisted on replacing the hashbrowns, even though I was almost "DONE" with the omelette, with "red potato fries" - this seemed a much more important gesture to her than any practical value for me (by the time I got the red potato fries I was done eating and wanting to leave). They were basically french fries made with chunks of red potatos, I ate one piece. #9) The registers were down due to the rain, the manager said this happens all the time - THAN FIX IT SO IT DOESN'T KEEP HAPPENING!!! I had to stand at the register about 5 minutes waiting for the registers to reboot. #10) I heard my waitress make a comment about my not leaving a tip - you would think she would be used to it by now judging from this visit. #11) Denny's ALWAYS sits in my gut like a pound of greasy clay until the cramped and ugly resolution several hours later. ---Update: I sent this review to Denny's Corp. and received no response - apparently this restaurant is up to their standards.

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