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Old 09-05-2010, 06:32 PM
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I think I'll try a still !! dupree

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Make sure you post pics and building instructions. That would be a very popular topic.

Happy Labor day everyone.
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A little story, I'll try and make it quick. When my gpa 1st started his business, he was a really good welder. One time some guys came around and asked if he could come out to their place in the woods and weld up some holes for them. He said ok. They wouldn't tell him where it was but they would give him a ride out there. So they came and picked him up and blindfolded him. When they got to the destination and took off the blindfold, here he was out in the woods somewhere and there was a bunch of stills. Well the govt. had found them and shot holes in em. My gpa welded the holes shut. Got paid. blindfolded again and driven back to the shop. I'm sure he knew what he was going to weld and that he had to be blindfold, so that was no big deal. That was back in the 30's or 40's.
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Old 09-06-2010, 11:25 AM
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Great story!
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Old 09-23-2010, 08:51 PM
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My daughter and I eat mostly fish, salmon (We are financially challenged so it is farm raised, but NOT from China.) and Tilapia and if it is on sale cod.... We have not used our oven or broiler in about 8 months. Ever since we discovered the 100% charcoal that's real wood charcoal and those easy lighting sticks at Publix we grill on our little grill every night. Since we are in an upstairs apartment with small balconies that's all we can manage. Sometimes we smoke it with some hickory or mesquite chips added sometimes not. We concoct a marinade and toss on various spices from cloves to paprika and either destroy the meal or create an enjoyable feast. Lately I have been experimenting with Portabella mushrooms. I am a cerftified mushroom hater but if you soak these guys in an egg wash, lightly bread them with either Panko or dried potato flakes drip a bit of home made BBQ sauce on them and stuff them with any mixture you like...I've done cabbage, shrimp, tomatoes, sea scallops ect.... and grill them they are awesome. I've even had them for breakfast with white gravy sauce and eggs.. what's it called sunny side up...
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I'm considering that too.
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Old 09-26-2010, 06:15 AM
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Rothalion, those muchrooms are the best.
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Thanks we love them. I did foul up I think though and kept some too long. I couldn't clean the gills out.
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