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Do be cautious, as a splatter of oil or a little too much sugar so close to the heating element can go up in flames — in which case it’s time to turn off the broiler and open a few windows.
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In a medium skillet over medium heat, heat the oil until shimmering.
When it did, I’d rub its skin with salt, cracked spices, plenty of oil, and lemon zest.
The last time the price of oil was this high, the US was about to confirm its first Covid-19 case.
When the time comes to hop back on the saddle, all the necessary moving parts are already tuned and oiled.
The heavier the oil, the more energy required to process it.
Crisp of crust and tender elsewhere, the $4 sourdough focaccia comes with a little dish of house-churned, sea-salted butter, whose well cups a tiny pool of glistening basil oil.
That, however, is a small part of the oil giant’s battered portfolio.
These veggies are cooked separately at first in butter or oil to develop their flavors.
They include the state-owned pipeline monopoly Transneft, oil giant Rosneft and its Chief Executive Igor Sechin, and Gennady Timchenko, Putin’s business partner from the 1990s.

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