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Ahhhhh! x2
I love it over hot fried chicken. It cools it down enough to chomp on it right out of the fryer. Sort of.
I have. I like it but I also like mayonnaise-y coleslaw. I like it tangy. It's made of mayonnaise, vinegar, mustard, and horseradish.
A bowl of goodness. I should have soaked the scallions in ice water. These were a bit too strong.   Chicken stock with onions and red bell pepper and black vinegar noodles. The chashu was from Nijiya Market in San Francisco.  
 I just looked it up. Stovies are traditionally made from Sunday roast leftovers. The basic ingredients are meat, onion and potato and is a definite warmer on a cold day. Stovies is a dish that I would definitely enjoy.
The C3g, as I understand it, has a very long life. Live long, (listen long) and prosper!
Yes! I love this one. CV 1863 / 5Z4G. http://www.radiomuseum.org/tubes/tube_cv1863.html    
 Yes. The base is slim enough, thankfully. 
Thank you! Great to know. Who made your adapters? Did you? Nice.
 I agree. This is my WA 6 in February of 2010.
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