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A method of thrust augmentation in gas turbine engines. This normally is used on engines fitted on combat aircraft. The surplus or unburned air coming out of the engine is burned by the addition of fuel, which accelerates the gases and provides additional thrust. Engines fitted with a reheat control have a variable propelling nozzle to ensure the correct balance between temperature, pressure, and thrust. Also called afterburning
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As with Daniel's signature short ribs that are cooked for 30 hours at precisely 66 degrees Celsius, bagged, then held, and reheated for five minutes.
The more times you cool and reheat a food, the more potential there is for something to go wrong - bacteria might grow and multiply because the food is cooled too slowly, and might survive because the food isn't reheated properly.
Drape molding also permits the orthotic device to be reheated and reshaped in the field with a heat gun by medical practitioners.
Surely there is much more likelihood of food poisoning when frozen meals are reheated, perhaps not thoroughly.
Additionally, it had to be reheated to an internal temperature of 62.
The risotto can be prepared and cooked a couple of hours before guests arrive and then reheated in the microwave oven or a conventional oven.
The residue was reheated, and any further tin was extracted, Yener asserts.
For some home cooks, dinner is a smorgasbord of newly prepared dishes, restaurant or supermarket take-out and reheated leftovers.
n Your vegetables can now be reheated and served with the lamb and a little of the strained cooking liquid.
The two Gourmet Markets are full-service markets consisting of separate departments with a strong Italian flavor featuring such items as pizza, cappuccino, juices, meat, seafood, bakery, deli, fresh produce, dairy, cheese and prepared foods, both hot and chilled, to be reheated at home.
The sheet is first thermoformed and then reheated to just below its melting point before being encapsulated with more nylon via injection molding.