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  • Re: Fast n Hot Steaks... Tigers are on

    I plan to bring the tigers luck at each home game. Well, I will be there at least. We are in trouble boys.
  • Re: Great Game

    Gotta love my hometown bada$$ datsyuk running the only show the Russians had.
  • Re: Lighting with rubbing alcohol

    me personally I have tried all the lighting implements BGE electric starter BGE fire starters the Looft lighter and my favorite Mapp gas torch and in  my opinion the Mapp gas is the fastest and most convenient no extension cord  no fuss no mess just ignite the torch point at lump hold on same spot for 30 to 40 seconds and your ready to rock 
    For those that may be confused, true MAPP Gas is no longer in production in the USA. Products labeled as MAPP are not true MAPP gas, and are simply a substitute.
  • Re: Bonesless baby back ribs?

    So after cooking as if they were baby back ribs, I found that they were dry, they reminded me more of a country style rib. Actually more like a freaking pork chop. I have already had an intervention with my wife and she understands what she did wrong LOL. No, she just thought "hey, I like boneless chicken breast more than regular so.." Even being the wife of a BBQ guy, she still wanted to push the buck. She now agrees with what we all know, ribs need a bone.
  • Re: My Work Here is Done.............

    Hey, sounds like time to do shots and go swimming!






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