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Slush mats? Not so much. As others have mentioned its a great three season and only good winter mat as slush, snow and salt water will get on the carpet beside the them as it drips and falls off your feet. My review is based on me wearing low cut leather boots. If you use the driver's foot rest it dirt and water can and will run down under the mat. They fit extremely well, are made from a nice flexible heavy material and stay secured no matter what as they use the factory retention hooks. I typically don't find "just after purchase" reviews of much value and as such I have waiting until now to review these. The mat set has been installed for 3 Canadian winters only (6 months per season) and they have not shown any appreciable wear. The raised ridges help to keep sand and dirt from sliding around too much and make it easy to clean but do not keep it off your feet unless you are careful to keep your feet on the raised areas.
I make most all of my stir-fries with fresh garlic, ginger and other spices, but have had an ongoing situation where I needed stir fry but often no ginger and no fresh garlic on hand. Asian Perfect Pinch fit the role. I prep onions, carrots, mushroom, broccoli, celery and other veggies, and fry them up--add a good heap of the seasoning which I vary to taste, a splash of broth and soyu. Steam for a minute or so and voila I have a quick side dish for whatever from scratch main meal that I spent much more time on.
Released in 1990, BLUE LINES was the first LP by Massive Attack, a trio from Bristol that had colloborated together before, with others, as the Wild Bunch. The nine tracks of BLUE LINES hit contemporary music in the gut, creating a new style that was more melodic than hip-hop but still retaining a beat. Combining the soulful singing of Shara Nelson, the rapping of Grant Marshall and Robert Del Naja, and the reggae crooning of Horace Andy, this album was something new and exciting.