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  • This thread is the last bastion of life where politics of either party has not ruined the enjoyment.   If you elect me my office will see to it that this remains so.   Wait, I'm not sure where I'm going with this.   
  • I have a 28" and I love it.   However it is for sale on Craigslist right now.    Get the 36" and save yourself the trouble of selling the 28" on Craigslist so that you can do what you should have done to begin with...the 36".
  • I went in 2001 and I just want to say I hate this entire thread.   You're going to have the time of your life.   There's this one place in Venice where we ate that we legitimately got lost trying to make our way back to train to Vicenza.  No idea th…
  • Now if it were only easy to reproduce authentic SC hash I'd be good to go.   
  • @nolaegghead  Man the celery is probably best thing I ever added besides the corn.   Somehow managed to not get one pretty shot of them all red and steaming, but here is shot of the pot/stand I was originally referring to.   I ended up buying a new …
  • Toxarch said: The mushrooms are the 2nd best thing to the bugs.  Some burners have a ring above the cooking surface for the pot to sit in. It's there so you don't bump the pot off the burner I guess. If you thing it's strong enough, then it sh…
  • Totally with you on the fixins.   I've scaled mine back to lose the sausage, shrimp, and a few other things.   To me the whole point is the crawfish.   I do add a lemon or two and garlic bulb as well, along with button mushrooms.   Never tried the c…
  • Why do you need a pic of me to determine this?    Seriously though, the more I think about it the more I'm probably good with it sitting on top considering how loaded the pot is going to be.   Aside from that, what do you throw in yours out of curio…
  • Hans61 said: Do you need a PlayStation console attached to every tv you want the channels on?  Negative.   From what I've read the only advantage PS owners have is that I believe PS Plus members may get a few extra channels.
  • Yea those Nick channels I'd lose with Vue loom large, however my plan is just to unload the hundreds of episodes of a few shows onto DVD and call it a day.   No technical issues with DirecTV Now?   That has seemed like a more common thread I've noti…
  • Turducken.   If we still lived in Texas I'd say Mexican, but in the Memphis area I'm pretty sure our mexican food we cook at home is better than most of the restaurants.   Definitely sushi, and for me since I have not yet cooked what I would conside…
  • Pretty good, not sure if I'd take it over the skillet/oven yet.   Perfectly cooked though as far as temp (medium) with very little gray.   So overall success.   I just flipped multiple times around 450 both raised and close to the coals.   Worked ou…
  • Thanks much, I think that's the way I'll go
  • fact:  I overthink pretty much everything.   Good to go.   So far mine seem better in the CI on the grill for some reason, but it was still tasty.
  • I actually really like Guy Fieri Kansas City.   @Hans61 I've seen that one and wondered about it so may give that one a try.   I like a good BBQ sauce that isn't bottled sugar, which is one reason the Guy Fieri bottle is good for me.   I know vinega…
  • PS Vue is the only one with DVR at the moment, but am sure the rest are coming.   
  • Eggcelsior said: The other thing about PS Vue(at least in my area) is that they don't have CBS and only have ABC On Demand, not the actual broadcast. I may get an OTA antenna for that, if I feel I need it. I'm not worried about shows, but mostl…
  • Herky said: Another happy PS Vue user.  it was an adjustment after 15 years of Directv but we got used to it pretty fast.  The kids were a little mad when the nickelodeon channels got dropped but they found other stuff to watch.    Lack …
  • Yea I did see that noted in one of the reviews, so if I do end up going the way of Vue I would get the remote for sure.    I'm not so much worried about mobile streaming as much as just getting it to work at home via either PS4 in the living room,  …
  • @Nathan_C   Vue lineup looks good for the most part.   Only thing that is missing are a few kids channels we need and a few others here and there.  For the most part though it has all we need.   Or at least enough to make it the leader of the pack f…
  • @Eggcelsior How is the picture quality compared to regular cable (DirecTV, Comcast, etc)?  I don't have "unlimited" but I don't think we'd run into any issues as far as bandwidth goes.    My main concern is just having it work and not be choppy when…
  • I've been reading some reviews on the Nest outdoor cameras today and like what I've read.   Biggest drawback for me would appear to be lack of external outlets.   Somehow builders in our neighborhood evidently thought no one really needed external o…
  • Thanks all.   @Toxarch this is the one I had been looking at and is a POE.  https://amcrest.com/amcrest-2-megapixel-2048-x-1536-4ch-network-poe-video-security-system-nvr-kit-four-2mp-poe-weatherproof-bullet-ip-cameras-98ft-night-vision-pre-installe…
  • Are those outdoor?   Good night vision?   Easy install?
  • Carolina Q said: Stormbringer said: That looks awesome. How did you form the base, rolling, hand tossing, push-down? Thanks. For me, it's combination of pushing it out with my finger tips, slapping it back and forth from one h…
  • This is one I pulled from Ultimate Book of BBQ with Chris Prieto.   It has been a pretty big hit when I do pulled pork for guests who don't even know they like vinegar-based sauces.    North Cackalacky Barbecue Sauce Vinegar-based sauces, like t…
  • Thanks guys.   I have Raging River but wife hasn't been too crazy about that one for some reason.   I have a John Henry's for brisket so will check into that one for poultry as well.   Love this Carolina Seasoning and can still get it when the need …
  • I'm going with Jerry Jones
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