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  • DoubleEgger said: Hans61 said: I knew a chick in college that could do that. A freak of nature.  I too, but not whiskey, but tall boy beers! I swear you could see the side of the cans collapse as she sucked down that bee…
  • Nice "jelly roll" effort there for your first time!
    in Stuffed Pork Loin Comment by RRP June 23
  • I'm just curious - had you not noticed that missing section? I wonder how the gasket had remained spanning that gap. I would have thought the OE gasket would have burnt up exposing the missing piece. I'm also surprised that area in the photo is as c…
    in LBGE Repair Comment by RRP June 23
  • theyolksonyou said: Oh boy! I think "I shall never see an ass as fat as a tree.." but now I have! Perhaps to change the direction of this thread originally started by me - then I will go on record as a soon to be a 74 year old male w…
    in no message Comment by RRP June 23
  • Ozzie_Isaac said: nolaegghead said:  @nolaegghead if you are reading this - then excuse my stupidity - but why would the red potatoes still be in those netted bags? Wouldn't that keep them from getting evenly cooked or even mel…
    in no message Comment by RRP June 22
  • SGH said: My new leaf blower just got delivered.  Can’t wait to try this bad boy out!! Which model?
    in no message Comment by RRP June 22
  • SemolinaPilchard said: I have my grandfather's straight razor, bowl, and brush. I only use 2 out 3 though. I have my grandfather's straight razors - but then he was a barber!
    in no message Comment by RRP June 21
  • SGH said: @RRP Found a couple of lathering bowls at a yard sale. They say “Captains Choice” on them. After a little googling, the large one is 29 bucks and the xlarge is 32 bucks plus shipping if bought new.  Got both of them for a grand total…
    in no message Comment by RRP June 21
  • I'm in the "still love mine" corner and even recently bought this hard shelled case to store it in. Sign me: Have NOVA - Will Travel     
  • Here's a similar wasted postage and packing. All that for that tiny ice maker auger in the middle! BTW I have that slicer as well and I love it!
  • nlovold said: No disrespect @RRP .  I expected to see this pic when reading the thread, as it always makes me smile. Thanks - now for the newbies here please let me explain.  This style apron is what my Father wore for several years wh…
  • Lit said: RRP said: This is for somebody who likes cheese on his burger! That thing is limp! Gosh Lit, you crack me up! BTW in 2 weeks I turn 74. My point  is I may be dead before you get wiped out with prostate cancer…
  • Killit_and_Grillit said: I’ve bought the same brand that @caliking and @Cornholio have last week. (I ruined another $70 Polo cooking burgers on the Blackstone and the decision was made for me) I spent a while looking and settled on this one. H…
  • Only in my workshop. I have a leather one that I use when I'm sawing and sanding. Then when I am using my wood lathe I have a dense fabric of some sort which actually snaps high up on my neck so that along with a face shield my hair, face and shirt …
  • This is for somebody who likes cheese on his burger!
  • Theophan said: RRP said: ... During the last 2 minutes I add a stack of cheeses consisting of 1 slice each of American, Swiss and hot pepper jack.... Hail to the Gebby Burger!!! @RRP I tried that a long time ago, because you ma…
  • thetrim said: Prepare for the wrath of @RRP.  I look forward to reading the "how" on this one as well.  Wrath???    unless I missed something in the OP comment I'm not sure why you directed this comment to me. At this point I don't ev…
  • Yes - CGS
  • There's a local family restaurant in town named Gebby's. It's a homey place with a quirk in that it only operates one shift per day. It opens at 6:00 AM and closes 8 hours later at 2:00 PM. Something I love from there is called a Gebby Burger. I fin…
  • Yes! You are correct! I recall my dealer sold it to me for $5 just to get if off his shelf!
  • Yes. The salt was in the instructions that came with my bell.
    in Iowa Butter Crock Comment by RRP June 18
  • welcome aboard. That half height fire ring is not common. I don't recall exactly why BGE offered them, but I think it had to do with solving some issue. The only time I have ever used mine was to lower (increase the capacity by lowering) a big 26 po…
  • Yes - just on the counter. As @Focker said you put water in the bottom and salt it - I use coarse kosher - then when the crock is turned upside down that water seals the butter. I have NEVER had any KerryGold bad! 
    in Iowa Butter Crock Comment by RRP June 18
  • We have been a fan of KerryGold for a few years since first learning about it here. Then I purchased a French butter keeper from BB&B. I agree wholeheartedly - having the butter soft at room temperature is a win win!!!
    in Iowa Butter Crock Comment by RRP June 18
  • Custom handles whether made by you or others are quite commonplace.
  • pgprescott said: Focker said: I can’t figure out how he managed to get so much stuff on the platesetter? It’s as if he was drinking and forgot to put the food on the grate prior to sprinkling his toppings! Huh? Very close to fu…
  • Oh I hear you. Since I have owned and regularly use a Delta 10" Unisaw for 34 years and have yet had an incident.  I find the SawStop overkill with the $2,300 price tag for Joe Hobbyist/Woodworker!  My late Father lost the ends of his two middle fi…
  • Possumtrot said: Debits by the window credits by the wall - I always got confused when I forgot where to sit In college I had an accounting professor for 3 subjects over 2 years I think. Intro, cost and advanced cost. He was a Korean wh…
    in no message Comment by RRP June 17
  • DoubleEgger said: Did Wes send you a check?  no - besides if his word isn't worth $11, then I bet his check wouldn't be either.
    in no message Comment by RRP June 17
  • littlerascal56 said: I remember starting out with Dremel I use Festool!  Built in Germany and craftsmanship is amazing. Looks like a SawStop in the background. How do you like it? Has it ever protected you yet?
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