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  • Re: PSA - RTIC: everything 25% off.

    Thanks Nola!  Just texted my wife to tell her I bought myself a Christmas present.  
  • Re: Your best hamburger recipe / technique?

    Ground chuck, thin patties on the Blackstone.  Fry bacon first.  Cook onions in bacon grease, set aside.  Then patties, double stacked with Velveeta cheese slices.  Butter a brioche bun and put that on the flat top as well.  Assemble and chow down.

    Then take a Lipitor. 
  • Re: What are you

    Just finished a Trappist Rochefort #8. Celebrating tonight because tomorrow is my last free Saturday until August.
  • Re: Chili cook off advice

    Here in the Midwest it's common to serve chili with cinnamon rolls as a side dish.  It sounds strange, but the sweet compliments the heat nicely.  It's all I knew growing up in Nebraska.  I entered a chili cook off in Texas, during my year at nav school.  Having never seen a different method, I thought it was strange that no one else had cinnamon rolls.  

    I got last place.  The judges made sure to point out that the cinnamon rolls were "absurd".  One guy (a flight instructor) said that I might as well have served it with gummy worms or a Snickers bar.  He was a ****. 

    I still swear by chili and cinnamon rolls.  However, if you're outside of the area, I recommend you go with Fritos, sour cream, cheese, onions, etc.  In short, know your audience. 
  • Irish people try BBQ for the first time

    I love this!

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