how can i melt chocolate without it going in a bowl over a pan of water. i’ve heard that you can do it in microwave but not sure how.
the only bowls i have are bone china. they were given to me as a moving in gift from my gran before she died. i don’t want to risk it. apart from that i have a plastic mixing bowl.
I bought a plastic cooking bowl.
It had some stickers I teared off but still has some glue residue on it.
The plastic bowl is for cooking or putting food on it, so I can’t rub it with alcohol.
How to remove stickers from a plastic cooking bowl without scratching it?
I know a goldfish can live in a bowl as long as the water is changed 2 times a week, but what about oxygen? How can I be sure that the fish is getting enough air?
Rude people need not reply.
Ok just to be clear, my goldfish isn’t a tiny little fishy. He’s over 5 inches long and a small type of koi fish. He is in no way a 25 cent feeder fish. He needs to get his own bowl because at the moment he’s in a 35 gallon tank because he’ll kill anything that is put in with him.
This is a requirement for most airlines for pets traveling in a kennel. I just don’t understand how to make the food bowl accesible without opening the door. Are there certain food bowls that are made for this??
im having my birthday party at main event which is a bowling/arcade/lazertag place. im paying for everyone so its going to be expensive. $10 per person to bowl and about $2-3 per arcade game. im not sure how much lazer tag costs. i dont want to invite too many but i dont want to invite too few either..
if you where in my situation, about how many would you invite?
I’ve had this bowling ball for a couple of years now, and I always bowled full fingers. well last week i used a house ball with finger grips and saw my scores rise 20+ pins, Now I want a finger tip ball. Is it possible to add grips to my old ball?