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Jon B.

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  1. I think Bruce P. is a VW Bug guy also...................................
  2. And your still alive....................
  3. We have always used mayo on salmon but it was to help take away the "fishy or game" taste on not so fresh fish. Did try it on a steak one time and it worked well. Wonder how it would work in the air fryer on potatoes????/
  4. That bike looks like it is going fast...sitting still.
  5. Tony, Your round deck and curved stairs is very interesting looking. Did you design and build? I like it................
  6. I agree about it's worth at the full price cost.....both Shuley and I got this charcoal at a reduced price. Have so much that I didn't bother check the price of the Black Diamond at Wegman's.
  7. I believe this is produced by the same company.
  8. Rob, I tried this brand and has become my favorite. Sent some to Tony B. and I believe he had good results also. Lowe's was selling it but I think they have discontinued carrying it. It is also marketed under a different name. I will try to see if I can find the name of that brand. Our local Wegman's grocery store started carrying it but I can't remember the exact name.
  9. Been fighting a sinus infection/head cold for a week now. It is starting to get better, so we planned a nice meal for dinner last night. Our favorite skirt steaks, seasoned & smoked with cherry wood. Rice with fresh garlic, ginger and scallions along with mixed veggies. Everything cooked perfectly and the timing was just right. Put everything on the table and started to eat. About three bites into the meat....I realize....I can't taste a thing??? Not the seasoning or the nice cherry smoke flavor. I can only feel the texture of the meat. So then I try the rice......... thinking to my self that I should be able to at least taste the garlic & ginger. Nope...........can't taste a thing. I mean.........not one specific taste....Nothing!!!!!!!! Stopped eating and told Redhead Sue, she could take my food for lunch today. Started me thinking..........how horrible would it be it you could never taste your food. This infection/head cold needs to stop and go away ASAP!!!!!!!!!!!
  10. That made me laugh (and now I'm blowing my nose) PS Everyone - Inside joke here......Mac knows I have a bunch of hibiscus plants
  11. That's when the fun would begin!!!!!!
  12. I was hoping he was going to stop in Syracuse also.........on his way to visit his sister in MN. Then we could hop in the car, stop and see Garvin............... on the way to visit MacKenzie. Gee........a month in the states would be just about right!!!!!!!!!
  13. Bruce...............Totally agree with Steve M........ great space!!!!!!!
  14. Was at our favorite Wegman's grocery store over the weekend and spotted this package of Premium Australian Licorice Twists.........hmmmmmm. Wonder what Aussie Ora's licorice tastes like????? Well.................. it tastes just like regular old black licorice. Googled it and found out that Australian licorice is supposed to be softer than other licorice. Who knew????
  15. Check out this un-boxing thread. There are a few options shown in the pictures but you will get an idea of the grate system and parts/pieces
  16. Don't like to eat things that are staring at me
  17. When I was in high school, a friend worked at a licorice factory. She always brought home fresh licorice. It would only stay soft for a few days. Must be something to the claim of soft Aussie licorice............has been soft since we bought it and it made the short trip to the USA before that......tasted just like the factory fresh from my younger days
  18. Had to Google that also..................getting an education on licorice!!!!!
  19. Didn't help with the ladies in high school............they thought it was an old man's car
  20. 1965 Buick Electra w/409 engine.....my first car. What a sweet riding car.
  21. The Red Carpet is out for MacKenzie anytime!!!!
  22. Every July 4th for the last 25 years, we have a Champagne Breakfast and feed around 100 people. I'm in charge of the pancakes. Can never seem to keep pace with my buddy who cooks the eggs (he was a short order cook in college). I was planning on adding another electric griddle to try and keep up..................until I saw this on sale at BJ's Wholesale Club, This summer I will be kicking his "cracking two eggs.......one handed"...... butt..................................
  23. No adjustment on the legs or cooking top. Shim under the wheels looks like the only way to level.
  24. My stomach is growling after looking at that feast !!!!!
  25. We seasoned and then fired up the new pancake cooker this weekend to test out the temperature regulation. Did a nice Sunday morning breakfast of bacon, fried potatoes and eggs. Learned a lot. Temp control was easy using the handheld infrared temperature gun. Need lots of extra table space. Make sure the cooker is level. All the grease puddled up in the back of the grill and it was like deep frying the potatoes and bacon.......however the over-easy eggs were fantastic cooked in the bacon grease. Need lots of paper towels and some spray cleaner. I have to say it was fun to cook on it. Not used to cooking with so much grease/oil/butter vs. grilling......glad it is not for everyday cooking. After cooking three food groups at once, pancakes should be a breeze!!! Those Champagne Breakfast egg cookers will not know what hit them this year!!!!!!!