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As reported by earlier by The Root, Vassell was fatally shot on Wednesday, allegedly for pointing an iron pipe or blowtorch at officers responding to a call of a man threatening people with a firearm.
Barrett Black of The Original Black's Barbecue in Lockhart, had a blowtorch station set up next to his brisket serving station at the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival's BBQ Showdown on Thursday night.
The flesh has a mild taste and is served in a variety of preparations—raw or as aburi sushi (where it’s partially seared via blowtorch), boiled with soy sauce and fish broth, or even served with sake as an Izakaya snack.
Where some artists work with paint brush and palette, Ms. Lekberg often wielded a blowtorch, welding steel, bronze and other materials into works featuring dancers, trees, contemplative figures and more.
Also in 2014, a man in West Seattle used a blowtorch and a can of spray paint to kill a spider in his laundry room.
The crowd pulls out their phones as Stember takes a small blowtorch and cooks the ends, and then tops the fish with mushrooms.
Eastman says that, once the blocks are solid, a standard 6 1/2-foot ice bar can be put together in as little as 30 minutes, using a blowtorch to freeze the blocks together.
The lower receiver is the heart of the weapon and ATF requires three blowtorch cuts to render it out of action.
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Definition of blowtorch for English Language Learners
: a device that produces a very hot, narrow flame for doing work (such as melting metal to join pipes together)
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