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FANFOOD RULES: #4. Use a Digital Meat Thermometer

By at May 9, 2013 | 2:46 pm


In a nut shell, food is ready to eat when it is safe and the target temperature is reached.If you fail to plan you plan to fail.It’s vital that you have a target for each and every food item that you prepare and have a good tool to measure it. For example, a medium rare steak is 130 to 135°F in the center regardless of how thick, how much it weighs, or what

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FANFOOD RULES: #15. Make Trades to Improve Your Team

By at May 2, 2013 | 1:18 pm


We all have players that we targeted for the draft, but didn’t get. We all have players that we have on our teams that we do not like.There are always “Buy Low” and “Sell High” candidates every week.When you are looking to upgrade or fill needs, the most effective strategy is to identify the right trade partner and then put yourself in their shoes. If

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FANFOOD RULES: #2. Never use Lighter Fluid

By at April 25, 2013 | 12:32 pm


 There are so many ways to light your charcoal, why would anyone use lighter fluid?  While you might think it is easier, you NEVER want use lighter fluid or any kind of charcoal that is self-lighting (ones that have an additive to make it start without lighter fluid). Lighter fluid and these additives can leave behind a bad taste that you don't

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FANFOOD Rule #17: Don’t give up on a Player

By at April 18, 2013 | 4:48 pm


The old saying, “Fish or cut bait” doesn't really apply to fantasy baseball. Early on, you neither have to fish nor do you have to cut bait. I don’t have to tell you that baseball players go through hot and cold streaks throughout the year, some just start cold. If your league has bench spots, use them for the ketchup players (ones that come out slow). If you

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