Step 4: With Big Green Egg close to table and lid closed stand facing each other on either side of your grill. Bear hug grill under hinge from each side. One person can use vent as handle. Gently lift egg and set on tabletop with handle facing the side. It is easy to spin the grill once inside the table, so don’t worry about setting in table with handle facing forward. Reposition grip so that both guys are bear hugging Green Egg under hinge (do not use vent for this part because your hand can get smashed). With firm grip from either side of table, gently lower Big Green Egg into hole in table.
Test then had a short feud with Steven Richards , which started after Test kicked Victoria (Richard's on-screen girlfriend) in the jaw. They fought several times on Sunday Night Heat , with Richards winning every match. on the January 5, episode of Raw after another loss to Richards Test gave a big boot to Victora. On the January 19th episode of RAW , Test competed in a Triple Threat Royal Rumble Qualifying Match against Goldberg and Scott Steiner. After Goldberg won the match Test and Steiner would officially disband. At Royal Rumble , Test was found knocked out backstage by some officials and the RAW Sheriff Stone Cold Steve Austin when it was his turn to enter. Austin ordered someone to quickly replace Test as the 21st rumble entrant. The person who attacked him and replaces him was revealed to be Mick Foley. Test would gain some revenge on February 2, when he and Randy Orton attacked Mick Foley in a backstage area. Test would start competing against the likes of Rico and Stevie Richards regularly on Heat . on the On March 1 episode of Raw, Test and Matt Hardy were defeated by Rob Van Dam and Booker T. Test would go on to compete on house shows until he reaggravated the neck injury that had kept him out of action the past few months.
Later, serious academic study of orthorexia began to occur. Organizations like the International Federation of Eating Disorder Dietitians (IFEDD ) and the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) began to discuss the concept at meetings and in their published literature. Thom R. Dunn of the University of Northern California published a formal article on a case of orthorexia, and proposed diagnostic criteria. [Note: Dr. Dunn and I will be soon be publishing revised criteria that we expect to be definitive.] The authors of the DSM, the American Psychiatric Association’s classification and diagnostic tool, were even quoted as considering it for inclusion.