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  • Re: Thermapen Classic or Mk4

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  • Re: Two Habanero Stout Chuckie's Smoked

    What about mushrooms? My kids love mushrooms with peppers and onions. Would it work in this dish? 

    I don't see why not.  As a matter of fact, I'm going to add them next time.  Thanks for the idea.  This is one of those cooks that makes me kick myself for not doing sooner! 
  • Re: Off Topic - Going through divorce, need advice

    Assuming from your handle, you are in FL.  It's a no fault state.  That means it doesn't matter what she was doing, who makes more, who's worked longer... nada.  It's a 50/50 state, period.  As most said, you can deal with the emotional aspect later, now it's economical.  Keep your cool, being spiteful won't solve anything and will probably make things worse.  I suggest trying to work it out between yourselves and do your homework, hopefully before she does.  I would design a plan of action and run it by a lawyer.  Go ahead and pay for the consultation visit as you may need them down the road if things go whacky or if she lawyers up.  You can also pick their mind about the process and things to watch for.   

    That's how I did it.

    In a 50/50 state, the lawyers always win.

  • Re: OT: Stained Inside of Yeti

    I'm sure they sell a bottle of yeti cleaner $500.  You can try vinegar, lemon juice and baking soda.  Make it a paste and let it sit.

    I think yeti is currently suing the people who make vinegar, lemon and baking soda though....

  • Re: Wanna see what 80 day aged beef looks like?

    Rut Ro....
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