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Your Questions About Fandango

Robert asks…

Fandango Dinner and Movie?

I heard you can but 2 movie tickets off fandango and get a dinner through restaurant.com but have no idea how it works any info is appreciated

Nagesh answers:

Fandango. Http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089126/ Yeah great movie. Very under-rated. Definitely see it. And then go to dinner and discuss it. Let me know what you think.

John asks…

Fandango movie ticket?

Alright so I’m going to but 2 tickets for the first time on fandango.com
I understand that you print out a paper and stuff but then when I’m at the movie theathre I give it to the person in the booth right?
How does fandango work?

Nagesh answers:

Fandango is super easy to use and convenient. You just print out the tickets and you are set. You can also get free tickets from Fandango by going here


You can use these for pretty much any movie at any theater, not just Harry Potter :)

Michael asks…

Is Fandango just another Buff Bagwell?

Do you think he is or is there no comparison. You thoughts.

Nagesh answers:

No comparison. Buff Bagwell was Egotistical, love himself and had his Mother write notes to WCW go get him out of Wrestling Matches. Fandango hasn’t pulled any of the silly stuff that Bugg Bagwell did. The only thing Fandango and Buff Bagwell have in common is that they are both Caucasian and decided to become Professional Wrestlers.

Carol asks…

Who is Carlos Fandango?

Is he real? or is he just a comical/stereo typical name for a Latino or someone a flash and showy?
thanks fuzzy moo moo, but i have googled it. I assume you haven’t.

Nagesh answers:

It is used as a nickname or a comical/stereo typical name in hispanic countries. The word Fandango, comes from “Fandango” a style of folk and flamenco music and dance.

Mark asks…

Could Fandango be the next Shawn Michaels?

Nagesh answers:

Yes in-terms of character, both have that arrogant cocky womanizer heel persona which we all hate to love, but in terms of mic skills, charisma and in-ring ability don’t really know yet as we are yet to see him perform is those areas over a lengthy period. I just hope the WWE don’t try and milk all the reactions he has been getting in the media like they did on the last episode of RAW, i would rather prefer it if creative use their brains to push the fandango character. I hope he does not turn out to be another John-Morrison, i see potential in fandango but to ask whether he could be the next shawn michaels at this stage in his career is a bit far fetched we will need time to see how he evolves as a performer and just hope the WWE book him with logic. But it has to be said HBK is the greatest in-ring performer of all time and many will find it tough to reach the heights he did not that i am saying it is impossible, and offcourse backstage politics does come in to it if a wrestler wanted more creative input when it comes to their character and the way they are booked.

@the guy who said the kilq were one of the reasons why HBK was so succesful, yes he caused issues backstage and had influence over the way he was booked but even if he wasnt such a douchebag pre-98 , with the talent HBK had it would only be time before he would have so much success in any promotion (WCW ;) ) and vince realised this which is why he never let him go with his other buddies. And post 1998 once the douchebag HBK was no longer existent (he found god and so on), his 2nd run in the WWE cemented him as the greatest performer of all time never required any backstage politics to do it. But obviously, sometimes you need balls to stand up when your being booked like trash but its easier said than done and many factors must be taken in to account.

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Your Questions About Fandango

David asks…

Important help on fandango please help?!?

Well I went on fandango and went to this thing that said get 2 free tickets. When I clicked on it it have me a bunch of offers to do so I did one I signed up for some club and then I got an email saying that I earned the 2 free tickets. It shows me how to redeem them but when I try to do it it makes me put a credit card and then it charges me 5 bucks and then when I put checkout it says that an error occurred. So my question is can I just go to the theatre on the day I want to go and show them the email with the promo code and do you think they would give me the tickets ? Please help!

Nagesh answers:

I doubt it, they’ll need the actual tickets, the email from fandango has nothing to do with them, they need to be reimbursed so you need to sort it out with fandango, not the theatre.

Contact their customer services department: http://fandango.custhelp.com/app/ask

Lizzie asks…

Can anyone show me how to dance fandango?

I am going to make a presentation in class. I was told to make a research on the spanish dance fandango. Can you help me? Is there any web site to see and watch how it is danced?

Nagesh answers:

Fandango is a Spanish dance. It is similar to Flamenco. Try searching youtube.

We have a folk dance here in the Philippines influenced by Fandango and is locally called Pandanggo. It is danced in a slower phase than the Spanish Fandango. I can describe how it is danced if you are interested. Pandanggo is danced like the Bolivian balse or the European waltz. Emphasis is on the hands and feet movements, similar to how Fandango is danced.

Pandanggo has full 6 steps, danced in a 2 bar of note with a rhythm of 3/4 per bar. The rhythm is quick quick slow.

At 1, you sway your arms to your right and your left foot moves forward too.

At 2, move your right foot forward, stepping together with the left foot.

At 3, Body hump.

At 4. Pause.

At 5, sway your arms to your left with your right foot stepping backward too.

At 6, move your left foot backward, stepping together with the right foot.

At 7, body hump.

At 8. Rest. Then repeat.

Breaking of the feet may also be done sideways or backward.

Daniel asks…

Is fandango the future wwe champion?

Is santino the future world heavyweight champion?

Nagesh answers:

He could be, if he gets a reaction from the crowd either its good or bad, there was a rumour of Fandango being the face of the WWE too and the night after WM could of revolutionized Fandango because of the crowd dancing to Fandango’s theme.

Charles asks…

Trip the Light Fandango?

I am looking for the name of this song it’s played mostly on a church pipe organ. The only words I know of it are “Trip the light fandago, turning cartwheels in the sand.” (or the band name would help)

Nagesh answers:

It was Procol Harum.

The song is “A Whiter Shade of Pale”

Your lyrics are a bit off, it should be:

“We skipped the light fandango
turned cartwheels across the floor…”

In full, the words are;

We skipped the light fandango
turned cartwheels ‘cross the floor
I was feeling kinda seasick
but the crowd called out for more
The room was humming harder
as the ceiling flew away
When we called out for another drink
the waiter brought a tray

And so it was that later
as the miller told his tale
that her face, at first just ghostly,
turned a whiter shade of pale

She said, ‘There is no reason
and the truth is plain to see.’
But I wandered through my playing cards
and would not let her be
one of sixteen vestal virgins
who were leaving for the coast
and although my eyes were open
they might have just as well’ve been closed

She said, ‘I’m home on shore leave,’
though in truth we were at sea
so I took her by the looking glass
and forced her to agree
saying, ‘You must be the mermaid
who took Neptune for a ride.’
But she smiled at me so sadly
that my anger straightway died

If music be the food of love
then laughter is its queen
and likewise if behind is in front
then dirt in truth is clean
My mouth by then like cardboard
seemed to slip straight through my head
So we crash-dived straightway quickly
and attacked the ocean bed

The two last verses are not on most recordings.

The video:


Ruth asks…


Why would they think he was a good idea???? He is so stupid! And now he is going to beat Y2J at Wm29… I really want to be at the meeting where somebody said “We should create a wrestle that dances!”

Nagesh answers:

Skip the match dont watch it close ur eyes !, but PLEASE SHUT THE HELL UP

Jericho is a great wrestler!, his totally allright with putting young and new tslent over!!, AND vince likes fndango!, thats why his getting pushed so fsst!!, Fandango is vinces pet project

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Your Questions About Food Network

Helen asks…

To people who have been watching The Next Food Network Star…?

I watched a few episodes of The Next Food Network Star, and I really liked Debbie. I haven’t seen it for a couple weeks, but now everyone is saying that Debbie is a liar or that she “showed her true colors” or something, and that’s why she was eliminated. Did I miss something? What happened? She seemed nice enough when I was watching before!

Nagesh answers:

I love this show and was happy when Debbie left. She is a liar and she’s sneaky and she’s the type of person who when confronted, lies first and comes up w/ excuses rather than admit her fault.

One week she and Melissa and Jamika were in the kitchen and had to prepare the food for 2 other starts who were assigned to hosting. Debbie was the manager and rather than take charge..
She just helped herself and took time making her own food forcing Melissa and Jamika to make their own and then the food of the other 2 contestants and then at panel,
Debbie acted like she was amazing in the kitchen and did all the work, etc..
But it came out what a liar she was.

2 weeks ago she forgot to put capers in her dish (she was assigned certain must use ingrediants) and when asked where they were, first thing she said was that they were in the dressing..
but then she changed her story.

She’s just a compulsive liar.

I want Melissa to win but Jeffrey’s nice too.

Donna asks…

is anyone else addicted to the food network??

i just love it. i could watch it 24 hours a day….it’s very entertaining and the funny thing is that i’m not that great of a cook!

my favorites are the contest shows. like pie cooking contests, iron chef america, food challenges are awesome!!!

Nagesh answers:

I am in rehab for it right now actually. My TV wont even move to another channel!! I am a food junkie so I STAY on Food Network! The only show Im not that big a fan of is Barefoot Contessa but I still watch it so I can get to the NEXT show! I have no idea what the lineup for regular TV is anymore! Im going to the website right now, thanks for reminding me! Glad to know Im not the only FTV Junkie!

Paul asks…

Food Network show question?

I love the show The Great Food Truck Race, on Food Network.
Season 1 is done and i have seen previews of season 2, but i don’t know when it is coming out.
I don’t watch it directly on tv, but i do watch it on Hulu.com thats why i dont know when its coming out.

Nagesh answers:

“Season 2 will premiere on Food Network August 14, 2011 following The Next Food Network Star.”


Hope this helps!

Joseph asks…

Food Network new show?

So theres this new show on food network called Bitchin’ Kitchen.
Do you guys like the show?? Personally i think its a good show but more of a comedy for me =)

Nagesh answers:

I’ve never heard of it so i looked it up. Apparently it’s just a canada thing :( too bad it looks interesting. Maybe i can find it online somewhere.

“Toronto—Bitchin’ Kitchen is headed to Food Network Canada which has greenlit the edgy cooking show, slated for production this Fall 09’. Executive producers Tricon Film & Television will be debuting the Bitchin’ Kitchen TV series this week at MIPTV in Cannes.

Bitchin’ Kitchen is a 6 X 30 series that follows Nadia G — dubbed the “anti-Rachael Ray,” on a riotous romp through the kitchen. The show started out as a mobile and web series, winning the coveted Wave Award for ‘Favorite Mobile Comedy Series’ after its first season on air –- beating out Conan O’Brian’s mobile series. The quirky and fun content was quickly picked up by the social networks and went viral on Youtube and iTunes.”

Ken asks…

what do you watch more: food network or travel channel?

i like em both, especially bourdain and zimmern. the food channel tends to make me hungry though
andrew zimmern has a new show coming up called bizarre world starting sept. 1st at 10pm. i think food will still be featured though lol

Nagesh answers:

Food network. The only show i really watch on the travel channel is Man vs. Food. Although my hubby said that anthony bourdain is worth watching and oh i lied- i have seen bizarre foods but don’t make a habit out of watching it.

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Your Questions About Facebook

Mandy asks…

What do you like about Facebook?

Nobody keeps score at Facebook!
Your compliment made my day, friend who’s Heatmizer.

Facebook mainly is for people who live in close-knit communities. I’ve met people who live near the Great Lakes through it, too.

Nagesh answers:

I have never used “Facebook”, but you have a pretty face.

Ruth asks…

how is facebook different than myspace?

is facebook safer? thx
if it is safer, how so? thx!

Nagesh answers:

Facebook is definitely better. There’s less spam, and fakers. I had a MySpace for over a year. One day I decided to make a Facebook and I haven’t been on my MySpace since.
On Facebook, you don’t get random people sending you friend requests or people hacking into your profile. Its also alot easier to find friends from school and in your area. There’s also a lot of cool features on Facebook that MySpace doesn’t have.

Facebook > MySpace

Sandy asks…

Turn Facebook wall as Facebook page?

I want to turn my Facebook Wall page as my Facebook page. How can that be done?

Nagesh answers:

Facebook developer can do this.you can do this with ht-access. Ht-access redirect Facebook wall as Facebook page….

George asks…

Orkut or Facebook?

I prefer Facebook…more secure.

Nagesh answers:

Facebook all the way over anything and everything

Daniel asks…

FACEBOOK OR MYSPACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?

i think sooo facebook

Nagesh answers:


I had a myspace and a facebook and i deleted the myspace because facebook is SO much better!!!

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Your Questions About Fandango

James asks…

How to use Fandango mobile tickets?

So I have the Fandango app on my iPhone, I have passbook. I understand how to look up and even purchase tickets. What I don’t know is what to do with it once I get to the theatre. Is there some kiosk with bar code reader? Do I just show it to the guy at the door? or what. (yes I checked and my theatre does take them).

I am doing this on Wednesday and I just don’t want to look like an idiot trying to figure out where to show the bar code.

Nagesh answers:

How do Mobile Tickets Work?
Although you redeem Mobile Tickets in the same way as conventional tickets, there is a difference in the way you will receive your Mobile Ticket if you’ve purchased it on a Fandango mobile app or from the Fandango website.

Purchases on www.fandango.com (the “Fandango Site”)
If Mobile Ticket is available for your selected theater, it will display as an option on the Fandango ticket confirmation page. Select the Mobile Ticket option, enter your valid mobile phone number and check your text messages for the ticket(s).

Purchases on Fandango Movies – Times & Tickets Mobile App (the “Fandango Mobile App”)
If Mobile Ticket is available for your selected theater, it will display as an option on the purchase confirmation page. You can access your Mobile Ticket from the Fandango Mobile App’s purchase history. In addition, you can send your Mobile Ticket to another device.

Ticket Redemption
At the theater, go directly to the ticket podium to have the Mobile Ticket(s) on your device scanned.

Continue here http://www.fandango.com/faq/MobileTicketFaq.aspx

Betty asks…

How does fandango work?

I want too get tickets for first showing of harry potter on wednesday afternoon but i’m not even sure if 12:20 is in afternoon or at midnight. also, do they just list not sold out shows? seems like they only have 4 screeings throught the day and usually they would have like 20 of a new movie like harry potter

Nagesh answers:

12:20 AM is after midnight.
12:20 PM is after noon.

It looks like Fandango displays morning showtimes as AM and all other unspecified times can be assumed to be PM.

Available showtimes are red and clickable. Sold-out showtimes are gray and crossed out.

The amount of screenings depends on the theater. Some theaters have fewer screens to devote to a single movie. Some theaters in smaller cities might not need (or be able to afford) 20 screenings a day. And keep in mind that you’re talking about a Wednesday, in the middle of the work week. I suspect there’ll be more screenings come the weekend.

Good luck with Fandango and enjoy the movie!

John asks…

Is Fandango talented?

Do you think that he should get mid-card push?

Nagesh answers:

I can’t say that Fandango doesn’t have talent. I hate dancing and I always talk about how much I hate guys dancing in WWE but still… Fandango is a damn good wrestler. When it comes down to wrestling I have to hand it to him. Yes, I think he deserves a mid card push. Chris Jericho didn’t put Fandango over for nothing. He has the potential to be really good.

Linda asks…

Is fandango a heel tweener or face?

If fandango is a preliminary guy that no one cares about what is Big E Langston face tweener or heel and fandango won tonight bro
No one really cheers loud for big e Langston or the miz

Nagesh answers:

Fandango probably got cheered because of his music But, Fandango’s still a heel right now for facing lot of good guys lately. He’s mostly as Heel with Summer Rae helped to beat his oppoents during his matches!

Richard asks…

grim fandango?

what is grim fandango? i know its a game, but is it good? is it compatible with xp?

Nagesh answers:

Grim Fandango !! If you’re a fan of adventure games definately give it a shot, if you’re not give it a try anyway and it’ll make you a fan!! It should be compatible with xp. Have fun!

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Your Questions About Frys

Charles asks…

Anybody ever make Sweet Potato Fries?

Ive never made sweet potato fries…any tips on making them?
Shall I just make them as I would make regular french fries?
Remove the skin?
Do I fry them in vegetable oil?

Nagesh answers:

1. Peel.

2. Fries – Slice in strips as close to equal size as you can. Soak in salt water for about 20 minutes. (Helps with starch.) Drain and dry well. Deep fry.

Regular fries should be done in the same way, but should be fried twice. First time at 225 degrees. Drain. Fry again at 425 degrees for max crispness.

3. Make chips using a V-slicer. Peel, slice, deep fry in small batches, drain, salt lightly. Lot less work and just as much flavor.

George asks…

fried icecream?

im looking for a good recipe for fried icecream…..

Nagesh answers:

El Chico Fried Ice Cream

1 qt. Vanilla ice cream
1 cup corn flake crumbs
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 tsp. Cinnamon

Chocolate syrup
Whipped cream
Maraschino cherries

Prepare 5 hours in advance … Combine crumbs, sugar, and cinnamon in a shallow pan. Let ice cream soften slightly for 5 minutes. Make 6 balls of ice cream, roll in crumb mixture until well coasted, pressing coating into ice cream. Wrap in almiumim foil and freeze for 5 hours.

Heat oil to 450 degrees. Unwrap each ball and fry in hot oil VERY BRIEFLY, about 2 seconds. Place in dessert dish, decorate with toppings, whipped cream and a cherry. Serve immediately.

Fried Ice cream


Ice cream
Sponge cake
Oil to deep fry.

For batter
Self raising flour (Maida)
Egg & Milk

Mango slices(With mango ice cream)
Other fruits depending upon the ice cream used


Make balls of Ice cream (make sure that Ice cream is hard frozen
Wrap each ball in thick sponge cake tightly & freeze these balls.
Deep fry hard frozen balls just until the batter is solid
Serve immediately on a platter of fruit slices.
This recipe comes from China the story is like this A cook was asked to serve fish(single) whose half side was deep fried and the other half was just steamed. To solve this problem the cook used a melon like fruit to wrap one half of the fish and dipped the other half in batter and deep fried this sandwich in hot oil.

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Maria asks…

Listing of fried foods?

I would like to cut fried foods out of my diet. I know the common things like french fries or fried chicken but can anybody provide a link or a list of fried foods? I’m pretty sure there is some things i eat that are fried that i might not even realize

Nagesh answers:

You can fry just about anything, they even fry twinkies and ice cream and all sorts of stuff. If you are ordering off a menu, it will usually say fried or broiled or blackened or grilled etc. A good rule of thumb, if it is battered, it is usually fried. If in doubt, simply ask how the item is prepared.

Chris asks…

Why are they called chicken fried stakes?

I know chicken fried stakes are not made from beef, but they are still called chicken fried stakes.

Nagesh answers:

Chicken fried steak is made from beef.
It gets the name because the seasoned flour and the cooking procedure is just the same as doing fried chicken.
Chicken Fried Steak comes with a white gravy and a Country Fried Steak has a gravy that is more brown. Other than the gravy color they are pretty much the same.

James asks…

Fried noodles recipe?????????

How do you make those yummy fried noodles like at those cheap Chinese restaurants? I really love those fried noodles, esp with this Hawaiian chicken stuff. Anyone know the recipe for those?

Thank you! :)

Nagesh answers:


1/2 lb. Wide noodles
Butter for frying
Chopped parsley (optional)
Croutons (optional)

Fry cooked noodles in butter, add a pinch of paprika and garlic salt if you like. Fry to the consistency you like. Stir in some croutons and chopped parsley. Serves 4 to 6.

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Your Questions About Food Network

Lizzie asks…

Do you watch Food Network ? ?

If you do what’s your top 3 fav. shows ?

Mines are :

1# Good Eats .
2# Unwrapped .
3# 30 Min. Meals with Rachel Ray .

Nagesh answers:

I love Food Network.

My top 3 shows are:

1- Unwrapped
2- 30 minute meals
3- Iron Chef

William asks…

Does anyone watch food network?

Nagesh answers:

Yeah, man, the Food Network rocks!!! Have you seen Rachael Ray? She rocks my world!!!!

Mary asks…

Where is the recipe for this sweet potato dish? (food network)?

From the show the best thing I ever made there was a thanksgiving edition, and these two guys, who were brothers, made dishes including this sweet potato casserole with special sweet potatoes and “pecan candy”. Where Is this this recipe? Links? Remember its food network.

Nagesh answers:

Show: The Best Thing I Ever Made
Episode: Side by Side (not Thanksgiving edition lol)


Pecan Candy:
Nonstick pan spray
2 egg whites
1 tablespoon sorghum molasses
3 cups pecan halves
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon ground coriander
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/8 teaspoon ground cumin

Potato Puree:
3 pounds sweet potatoes, peeled and large dice
4 cups vegetable stock, or water if unavailable
4 teaspoons salt
1/2 teaspoon white peppercorns, ground
1/3 cup unsalted butter
1 vanilla bean, scraped
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon, optional

Marshmallow Topping:
1 1/2 cup egg whites
2 3/4 cup sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 strips gelatin


For the pecan candy: Preheat the oven to 225 degrees F. Lightly spray a nonstick pan with oil or pan spray.

Whip together the egg whites, molasses and 1 tablespoon water in a stand mixer until soft peaks or fluffy. Fold the pecans into the bowl.

In a smaller bowl, combine the sugar, cinnamon, salt, coriander, cayenne and cumin. Place the pecans on the prepared baking sheet and dust over the spice and sugar mixture.

Bake in the oven until evenly browned and fragrant, 45 minutes to 1 hour, stirring every 10 to 12 minutes. Be sure to spread out each individual pecan when removed from the oven and let cool. Roughly chop the pecans and store in an airtight container until needed.

For the potato puree: Place the potatoes, stock, salt and pepper into a medium saucepan with a lid. Heat the pot to a boil, return to a simmer, cover and cook until the potatoes are very tender, 20 to 25 minutes.

Add the potatoes, but not the liquid, to a food processor and puree until smooth. Add the butter, vanilla seeds and cinnamon, if using, to the puree. Pulse again until all the ingredients are incorporated and smooth.

Butter a 9-inch casserole dish that has enough volume to hold the finished puree. Place the puree in the buttered casserole. (Or hold until ready to place into the casserole.)

For the marshmallow topping: Combine in a stand mixer the egg whites, 1 cup of the sugar and vanilla extract. Beat the mixture using the whip attachment until soft peaks form.

Simultaneously heat the remaining 1 3/4 cup sugar and 1 cup water in a small saucepot until the mixture reaches 240 degrees F on a sugar thermometer.

Place the gelatin in a mixing bowl and slowly pour in the sugar syrup over the gelatin. Begin mixing at half speed until combined. Then incorporate the egg mixture and whip until slightly cool to the touch.

To finish: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spread the marshmallow topping over top of the sweet potatoes in the casserole. Top with the pecan candy, place into the oven and bake for 15 to 20 minutes. And then rotate the pan and bake until the meringue is browned and the potatoes are hot throughout, another 8 to 10 minutes. Remove and let stand for 5 to 8 minutes and serve.

Notes: This recipe was provided by a chef, restaurant or culinary professional and may have been scaled down from a bulk recipe. The Food Network Kitchens chefs have not tested this recipe, in the proportions indicated, and therefore, we cannot make any representation as to the results.

Steven asks…

JAG on Food Network Star?

Who else was shocked by JAG just now on the Next Food Network Star? I was. I have absolutely no respect for him now, after fabricating his story. Who do you think will win? Personally, I think Rory…
I hope that Amy wins, but think that Rory will win because she is rather gifted in the chest and she has that horse teeth grin.

Nagesh answers:

Well I was shocked for he doing something so stupid as lying on Nation TV; sooner or later someone would have sold the true to the tabloids if he would have win the show. Shame on him; he let down the Army guys, the Caribbean people and the Chefs.

The sad thing is that he had no need to do that, the Food-network wasn’t looking for the “Next GI Joe” (or were they??).

Here you can read how was he caught.



He was not my personal favorite. He was a good cook but he did terrible on the “Mini Iron Chef” and remember how Bobby caught him trying to pass a regular soup as a “Caribbean”. He was trying to talk his way out of the burned chicken. I think he has problems dealing with preasure. He is not a bad person but he needs to grow up and be more mature.

I still think they should have fired JAG instead of Paul. As a matter of fact I think they should have fired him on the chapter he started fighting over some food he forgot at the store.

Amy is my favorite and I couldn’t believe when she was sent home; she did better on the radio interview and she did good on the Raychel Ray show. Was the Food-Network staging her comeback or trying to help the “war hero” and play the patriot card? Or did the Network knew bout JAG’s lies from the start and were waiting to use the drama on their favor? Who knows. Officially JAG’s downfall started on a June-1 interview by “Military Times” so Amy going home was recorded long before that interview (or so they want us to think???).

Honestly I don’t trust “Reality Shows”, they have been known to stage many stuffs and play with the public and the cast.

Well going back to the Finals, I think Amy is the most complete but I would not be surprised if Rory win, I think she also has some good qualities, any one of them will do great. Paul also would have been great on a show, he was fun and natural.

But again, Amy or Rory is hard to say, I think I’ll go for Amy but that might change depending on how she does on the final challenge (to be honest she could have done something better than “baked eggs” on her last challenge).

Donna asks…

Who is your favorite person on the Food Network?


Nagesh answers:

I like Alton Brown’s “Good Eats” …I just feel like I learn something every time I watch the show. I like Alton…he is sort of nerdy but I feel like his shows are well produced and interesting. He did that road show also this year and that was ok.

I think Food Network has done well hiring talent. Quite a collection of interesting personalities…some of my favorites and the big names:
Emeril – probably why everyone was initially attracted to food tv…kind of one of the pioneers of the network.
Bobby Flay – cool as they come…everything he prepares just looks good
Mario Batali – seems like he would be fun to eat with and get a little drunk
Rachel Ray – you either love her or hate her but really a national personality
Paula Dean – queen of fattenning food…everyones grandma
Nigella Lawson – love this woman…can’t cook a lick but fun to watch…lol

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Your Questions About Facebook

Steven asks…

Facebook hack help learing?

I start leariing hacking programes i have seen that cheat engein anyone know how to use it on any facebook games

Nagesh answers:

Facebook cheats


Cheats for the most popular games on Facebook.com.

Joseph asks…

Facebook Or Bebo ? (POLL)?

well,i choose facebook..
i don’t really like bebo anymore =/
+ facebook is better by a bit.
because there’s chat & everything else.
(: that’s just my opinion though !

What’s yours
if you havn’t tried it then atlest i ask you to try before judging.

Nagesh answers:

i had bebo , but i just kinda forgot about it.
:O & facebook is funner. So
facebook :)

Mandy asks…

how cannected to facebook?

I want to create facebook account

Nagesh answers:

Go to Facebook.com on the Right Side Fill out the Form Than Agree to the Terms Hit Sign Up Than Go to your Email you Will Get a Email From Facebook Click on the Confirmation Link Inside the Email

And you Have a Facebook

William asks…

Hmm.. Myspace or Facebook?

i like Facebook more

Nagesh answers:

Facebook by far. Much better and, well, no 1 goes on Myspace anymore rarely now.

Laura asks…

Poll: MySpace or Facebook?

What do you like better between MySpace or Facebook?

Nagesh answers:


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Your Questions About Direct Loan Servicing

James asks…

RAL denial from liberty tax service?

I applied for ther 24-48 hour RAL.I was denied I dont know why, I do not owe IRS Child Support or any student loans. I received the visa debit card from liberty tax service. When my federal refund be direct deposited to that card or will it be a check?
I have never been denied a RAL. I did owe IRS last year and paid it then.

Nagesh answers:

Go for direct deposit. You will get your refund in two weeks without paying outrageous fees.

Paul asks…

I would like to find out about Direct Finance Uk?

I recently applied to them for a loan and they called me back to say the I do not need any paperwork to get the loan, I have been approved but I need to pay £50 administration fee. I’ve done this in the past with other companies and lost the fee. Are you they a reputable company and are they’re loans legit?

Nagesh answers:

If they ask for a fee its a scam – 99.9% of the time. Basically they sound like yet another dodgy loan broker, they get your fee for an ‘approved’ loan, and then just pass your application on to other lenders (which you can do on your own for free), and if you are refused, well that’s not their problem as they already have your money.

A genuine lender will add the charges to your loan or cover them as part of their interest rate, so you should never have to pay a fee upfront. Avoid any company asking you for a fee as they do not actually lend money themselves and therefore cannot guarantee any loan (it’s all clever wording to stay legal and yet still scam you).

I’m assuming you have already tried main banks unsuccessfully, so spend more time looking for genuine lenders (i.e. Not brokers) and talk to them directly – and again, if they ask for an upfront fee, tell them NO – you should never have to pay upfront – if you need a loan that means you have no money so they shouldn’t even ask!

Oh and genuine lenders NEVER have email addresses with yahoo, gmail, hotmail… Or any other free email service provider, so that’s a very easy way to spot unsophisticated ones.

Good luck finding a genuine lender (sadly there’s not many that can help if you have bad credit, but there’s lots of them trying to scam you)

Michael asks…

Has anyone financed a home mortgage loan through eloan?

Were you happy and who was the lender? Do they manage their own mortgage paper?

Nagesh answers:

E loan is neither a mortgage bank or an investor so, no, they do not service their loans but sell that servicing to others for a profit, just like many wholesale lenders.

A successful borrower/lender transaction is determined just like anything else, the proficiency of the lender and the quality of the communication between the two parties.

As a direct mortgage lender I am, of course, somewhat suspect of reaching into a barrel when I don’t know if I’m going to come up with an apple or a snake, but it is a matter of personal choice.

I have heard of successful on line mortgage transactions and horror stories. The more informed the borrower is about the process and their options the more pro-active they can be. The more pro-active they can be the more likely they are to avoid disappointment.

Good luck.

Linda asks…

Student Loan Forgiveness Programs? Community Service?

Hi everyone, I was just wondering if there were any public service programs out there that helped reduce student loans in exchange for community service, etc. I just graduated, so I do not yet qualify for the one through Direct Loans, as they require 120 payments before they assist.


Nagesh answers:

So basically, you are asking, if you volunteer work, will they reduce your student loans?

Answer, NO.

Side note, with loan forgiveness, you first make the 120 payments, then they forgive the loan. However, most loans carry a 10 year term. Which means, you would of payed it off anyway.

Sharon asks…

Where can i get a direct-to-consumer private loan?

Nagesh answers:

First of all, be careful with this question. Looking at most of your answers, the loan scammers are out. Do not provide any personal inforation until you can verify the business name, address and phone number . Tip offs of scams are email addresses that use free email services and asking for upfront money before you receive your loan proceeds. There are some direct ones out there (names escaping me) but a internet search should help you find some resources. Good luck.

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Your Questions About Frys

William asks…

Egg Fried Rice And Stir Fried Pork?? ?

can anyone tell me some Information on Egg Fried Rice And Stir Fried Pork. some background Information? i need it for course work. thanks x

Nagesh answers:


There are dozens of varieties of fried rice, each with their own specific list of ingredients. In Asia, the more famous varieties include Yangzhou and Fujian fried rice. In the West, Chinese restaurants catering to non-Chinese clientele have invented their own varieties of fried rice including egg fried rice, Singaporean (spicy) fried rice and the ubiquitous ‘special fried rice’.

Fried rice is a common staple in American Chinese cuisine, especially in the westernized form sold at fast-food stands. The most common form is a basic fried rice, often with some mixture of eggs, scallions, and vegetables, with chopped meat (usually pork or chicken, sometimes beef or shrimp) added at the customer’s discretion. Fried rice is also seen in other Asian American restaurants, even in cuisines where there is no native tradition of the dish such as the Caribbean. The dish is also a staple of Chinese restaurants in the United Kingdom (both “sit-in” and “takeaway”), and fried rice is very popular in the West African nations of Ghana and Togo, both as a restaurant food and as street food.


One of the most popular dishes at roadside food vendors is stir-fried minced pork with chilies and holy basi. In Thai this is called “grapao moo sap”. There are three versions: minced pork, chicken or beef. It is served on plain rice and often topped with a fried egg. Though usually you have to ask for this (say “kai dao”) and you will have to pay 5 baht extra. Without the fried egg, you might still be able to find this dish for 25 baht. As you can see in the picture below, the main ingredients are holy basil, chopped garlic, bird eye chili (prik kee noo) and minced pork in the center. What is not pictured are the longer red spur chili (prik chee faa daeng). These are not so hot and are added towards the end mainly as decoration.

Mary asks…

Why do people eat Fried Chicken?

Why do people gets addicted to eat Fried Chicken or fries
Is fried chicken that tasty?

Nagesh answers:

Fried food is high in calories – humans, as animals, are attracted to any high-fat food on a biological level because are bodies are trying to keep us from starving.

For some people, it’s a huge comfort thing. French fries or fried chicken are foods you eat as a child or around family and the memories brought on by eating those foods as an adult make you feel good, safe, and comfortable.

John asks…

What is your favorite fried food?

mine would have 2 b: French Fries :p

Nagesh answers:

Fried green tomatoes, fried squash, fried onion rings, fried pickles, fried chicken, fried potato’s. OMG, I’m just like Elvis! You fry it, I’ll eat it!

Paul asks…

Fried Chicken?

How do you make fried chicken?

Nagesh answers:

Southern Fried Chicken
From Diana Rattray,
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This fried chicken recipe makes enough for about 8 people. Scroll down to see more fried chicken recipes, including oven fried chicken recipes.
2 frying chickens, about 2 1/2 to 3 pounds each, cut into serving pieces
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 cup milk
vegetable shortening for frying
1 tablespoon bacon drippings
Wash chicken and pat dry.
In a heavy brown paper bag or large food storage bag, combine the flour and salt and pepper; shake to blend well. Pour the milk into a wide shallow bowl.

Heat 2 to 3 inches of shortening in a deep heavy skillet over medium heat, or electric fry pan set at 375° F.

Add the bacon grease. When a drop of water spatters when it hits the hot oil, dip some of the chicken pieces into the milk then place in the bag and shake to coat evenly. Arrange the chicken pieces in the fat, making sure not to overcrowd. Fry the chicken until outside is golden brown and crisp, about 15 to 20 minutes, turning once to brown both sides. Reduce heat to 350° F and fry until cooked through golden brown, about 15 minutes longer. Turn once. Drain chicken on brown paper or paper towels, adding a little more shortening and bacon grease if necessary, setting or regulating the temperature as for the first batch.
Transfer the chicken to a large platter for serving.
Serves 8.

Sharon asks…

what different types of fries are there?

like cheese fries,chilli cheese fries,curly fries ect…. can you list them.

Nagesh answers:

“French fries have numerous variants, from ‘thick-cut’ to ‘shoestring’, ‘joe joes’, ‘crinkle’, ‘curly’, and ‘waffle-cut’ and many other names. They can also be coated with breading and spices which include garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, paprika and salt to create ‘seasoned fries’, or cut thickly with the skin left on to create potato wedges or without the skin to create ‘steak fries’, essentially the American equivalent of the British ‘chip’. Sometimes French fries are cooked in the oven as a final step in the preparation (having been coated with oil during preparation at the factory): these are often sold frozen, and are called ‘oven fries’ or ‘oven chips’.

In France, the thick-cut fries are called ‘pommes Pont-Neuf’ or simply ‘pommes frites’, about 10 mm; thinner variants are ‘pommes allumettes’ (matchstick potatoes), ±7 mm, and ‘pommes pailles’ (potato straws), 3-4 mm (roughly 3/8, 1/4 and 1/8 inch respectively). The two-bath technique is standard (Bocuse). ‘Pommes gaufrettes’ (waffle potatoes) are not typical French fried potatoes but actually crisps obtained by quarter turning the potatoe before each next slide over a grater and deep-frying just once.

A Belgian chef patented “steppegras” (‘prairie grass’), his variety of extremely thin-cut French fried potatoes developed in 1968 while working in Germany. The name refers to a dish including its particular sauce, and to his restaurant.

In the British Isles, Australia, and elsewhere, the term ‘French fries’ is only used by fast-food restaurants serving narrow-cut (shoestring) fries. Traditional ‘chips’ in the United Kingdom are usually cut much thicker, typically between 3/8 and 1/2 inches (9.5-13 mm) square in cross section and cooked twice, making them less crunchy on the outside and fluffier on the inside. Since the surface-to-volume ratio is lower, they have a lower fat content. Chips are part of the popular British takeaway dish fish and chips. In Australia, the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand, few towns are without a chip shop (colloquially, a chippie).

Belgian fries are about 10-13 mm thick and must be fried twice. Usually in horse fat, according to American culinary celebrity Alton Brown. This was used shortly after World War II but also quickly abandoned in favor of the traditional ox or beef fat. For economical reasons vegetable oil became common and is now usually preferred for a relative cholesterol benefit.”

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