Comments

1 Gibber's photo

That’s 32 and 43 degrees Celsius.

2 dimplesample's photo

Thank you Gibber for the clarification.

3 dimplesample's photo

I was a bit concerned about those temperatures until your clarification.

4 dimplesample's photo

As I was trying to figure out at what temperature wool could be said to be fried.

5 Gibber's photo

I was thinking that he pan fried it with a little oil first. The furnace temperature is just to facilitate permeating the air with the smell.

6 dimplesample's photo

Yeah, I will have to reread this recipe closer. I had missed that anointing.

7 dimplesample's photo

Still the smell can be enchanting, or so I am told.

You must be logged in to comment

You can Log in now or Sign up for a new account