You can get nearly the same effect in the oven, though it takes a lot longer. Rub the turkey down with oil (and herbs and spices, if you want), cook at 500F for 30 minutes, tent with foil and cook at 350F until it's 160G (about 2.5 hours). The skin crisps up just liked you fried it, and no vat of oil to deal with. » 11/27/14 7:37pm Yesterday 7:37pm

That makes no sense. They are his family, so therefore he comes from the same place and economic strata that he does. He's clearly a young asshole who has moved to The City in the past 5 years, got his first good paying job, and is now pissing away money on ugly shoes and feeling superior to his own relatives. (If he… » 11/26/14 6:29pm Wednesday 6:29pm

I've actually had much better results doing the opposite of low and slow — prep the inside with aromatics, rub the outside with oil & herbs (I usually use Herbes de Provence), cook at 500F for 30 minutes, throw some foil on and lower the temp to 350F until the internal temp is 160F. It comes out with a crispy skin,… » 11/26/14 3:50pm Wednesday 3:50pm

I think that's just it. I'm sure when the Jolie-Pitts aren't eating out, they have one or more personal chefs whipping up delicious, healthy meals for their family of 8. I doubt Angelina ever really had cause to learn to do much cooking for herself, and anything she attempts now is going to seem basic and not that… » 11/26/14 2:51pm Wednesday 2:51pm

Most licenses for streaming videos are for a set amount of time. Often, you'll find that the license holder has either contracted with another service (Amazon, Hulu), or it's about to have a short run on broadcast/cable run. Usually if it's the latter, you'll see it pop back up on Netflix (or Amazon or Hulu) in a few… » 11/26/14 11:05am Wednesday 11:05am