| Money Talk|| Auto insurance question.... Stacked or Non-Stacked coverage... - wiltznucs on 6/13/13 at 9:26 am|
Been shopping the wife's and my auto insurance around and have noticed that my current policy has stacked uninsured motorist bodily injury coverage and most of the quotes I'm getting are steering me away from such coverage toward a non-stacked option.
Apparently the stacking allows you to multi...
| Food and Drink Board|| Easy Pulled Beef(photos) - wiltznucs on 6/10/13 at 5:36 pm|
I figure with all the success of MD's easy pulled pork I'd subject myself to F&D scrutiny with easy pulled beef. I cant claim credit for the recipe, it belongs to Ray "Dr. BBQ" Lampe.
If you believe the only cut of beef suitable for BBQ is brisket then stop right here. If you don't believe in s...
| Food and Drink Board|| Sunday BBQ in sunny FL... - wiltznucs on 5/19/13 at 8:15 am|
I dropped a few Boston Butts on the Primo last night to make some pulled pork for some guests coming in today. Theres nothing quite like waking up to the smell fresh que..
I can't say enough about the Primo, damn good cooker...
| Outdoor Board|| Cool vid, smoke phase turkey harvested in Michigan... - wiltznucs on 5/10/13 at 7:58 am|
Someone posted a pic a few weeks ago of a smoke grey colored turkey. I stumbled across this vid on another site. Great footage of a pretty darn rare occurence in the turkey woods..[link=(http://www.michiganoutofdoors.com/video-channel/?utm_content=nomogm%40comcast.net&utm_source=VerticalResponse&u...
| Outdoor Board|| Long shot.. Any fishing charter experiences out of Grand Cayman? - wiltznucs on 5/6/13 at 2:52 pm|
Going for a few days at the end of the month. Anyone ever fished there or have a lead on a decent charter Captain?...
| Outdoor Board|| Feathers are flying and turkeys are dying, Part 2... - wiltznucs on 4/25/13 at 11:19 am|
Here's a quick look at my hunt that I wrapped up this morning. I flew into Wichita, KS on Saturday and hunted outside the town of Great Bend. Tough hunting as the birds were henned up pretty bad. Did manage to harvest a good longbeard and goofed and took a full fanned jake. S@#$ happens but it w...
| Money Talk|| Tax question... Working overseas, expat taxes? - wiltznucs on 4/11/13 at 12:09 pm|
Long story short, I've been offered a gig in the Middle East. Looking at a 2-3 year commitment which would require relocation. Salary is paid tax free.
What are the tax ramifications for a US citizen living abroad? Any good resources for info that explain in laymans terms...?...
| Money Talk|| What's the Money Talk reading? - wiltznucs on 3/20/13 at 9:27 am|
Give me some good reads as my booklist has grown short..
In the past year I've knocked out a few good ones. I prefer business, investing, economics, politics and other nonfiction.
For example, in the past year I've done "That used to be us", "The Rational Optimist", "Power, Inc", "Big Picture...
| Outdoor Board|| Feathers are flying and turkeys are dying... 2013 Edition... Updated w/extra fun - wiltznucs on 3/18/13 at 12:55 pm|
STATE: Taylor County, FL
SPECIES: Officially an Eastern according to the FWC but killed only a few miles from an official Osceola County. Hybrid?
WEAPON: Benelli M2 20 gauge
AMMO: Custom Loaded TSS #9
CALL & MAKER: Clint Corder Osage Slate
| Food and Drink Board|| Hunahpu Day 2013 - Cigar City Brewing, Tampa, FL - wiltznucs on 3/9/13 at 2:57 pm|
Hunahpu Day 2013 - Cigar City Brewing, Tampa, Florida. The day that Cigar City's most coveted release of Hunahpu's Imperial Stout is sold to the general public. Depending on who you choose to listen to the Hunahpu Stout is arguably among the best beers on the planet.
Well here are some pics. A...
| Outdoor Board|| An extension of my wild turkey addiction.. Do I have a problem? - wiltznucs on 3/4/13 at 10:13 am|
Some of these have been posted before. Here's my latest addition to my growing turkey call collection..
A custom box call made of Quilted Maple, Hawaiian Toon, Boxelder, Mahogany, Ebony and Sycamore...
| Outdoor Board|| Who needs a 12 gauge turkey gun when you can get patterns like this from a 20? - wiltznucs on 2/23/13 at 2:19 pm|
Heres a few pics for the turkey guys on the site.
Last year I picked up a Benelli M2 in 20 gauge to be my new turkey gun. I installed an Indian Creek Black Diamond Strike .555 and topped it with a Burris Fastfire III this Fall. I had a friend of mine custom load some Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) s...
| Food and Drink Board|| Marshal Zhukov's Imperial Stout... Craft beer review... - wiltznucs on 1/28/13 at 4:34 pm|
I managed to find a bottle or two of this hidden at a local liquor store. I've never tried a Russian Imperial Stout before but noted that many inhabit the BeerAdvocate Top 250
This is one of Cigar City's harder...
| Food and Drink Board|| Grilled chicken wing recipes? - wiltznucs on 1/28/13 at 8:21 am|
I've been asked to cook off 25-30 lbs of chicken wings for a Superbowl party this weekend. I usually fry or use the Alton Brown steam/bake method; however, the wife has suggested that I grill them on my Primo grill. I'm thinking the Primo will probably be faster and less messy. So I picked a 7lb ...
| Food and Drink Board|| So the wife said she picked up a few beers for me on the way home today... - wiltznucs on 1/18/13 at 12:32 pm|
Damn she did good, she's a keeper! Now, lets figure out what she's up to...:cheers:
| Food and Drink Board|| Today's beer selection.... - wiltznucs on 1/13/13 at 1:41 pm|
So the Seahawks have led me to drink a bit earlier than normal...
Starter... Ommegang Three Philosophers.... An excellent beer and a darn good quad. Picked up a 4 pack on the recommendation of a few here. Will do again for sure...
Follow up....Cigar City Improv Oatmeal Rye India style ale......
| Food and Drink Board|| Anybody tried the UMAi Drybags? For do-it-yourself dry aging of beef... - wiltznucs on 1/9/13 at 9:23 am|
A friend shot me this link and said it worked fantastic. He said after 21 days the USDA Choice Ribeye he aged was every bit as good as USDA Prime. I somehow doubt this, but its an interesting concept as opposed to open drying and guaze wrapping your beef......
| Food and Drink Board|| So the game sucks, but this St Bernardus Pater 6 is solid... - wiltznucs on 1/7/13 at 9:41 pm|
Picked up the sampler this afternoon. Got the Abt 12, Tripel, Prior 8 and Pater 6. What you drinking?...
| Food and Drink Board|| Pizza on the Primo Grill - Help me dissect this disaster... - wiltznucs on 1/3/13 at 6:53 pm|
So I decided to break in the pizza stone on my Primo this evening.
I bought pre-made dough from my local Publix along with part-skim mozzarella and the usual suspects.
I filled the firebox on the Primo and lit her up. I placed the stone on the grates soon thereafter. After 40 minutes or so t...
| Food and Drink Board|| Cigar City Brewing - Tampa, FL... Brewery tour and tasting... - wiltznucs on 12/30/12 at 3:13 pm|
I know a few of you guys are fans of the craft beer scene and this thread is for you. I spent a few hours at Cigar City today and got to see the brewery and taste a few of the beers on site. The place was packed and the photos are limited, but I hope you enjoy the pics..
The brewery tour is sho...
| Food and Drink Board|| Hooray... I'm part of the Kamado Crew... New Primo XL and custom table... - wiltznucs on 12/30/12 at 8:58 am|
So I picked up the Primo XL last month. A big thanks to Wickowick for making it happen. I owe you one bud...
I didnt feel like dropping $700-900 for the Primo brand tables so I enlisted the help of a neighbor of mine which does cabinetry for a living. There are several templates available onli...
| Food and Drink Board|| All Clad Fry Pan or French Skillet... - wiltznucs on 12/26/12 at 10:17 am|
The wife got me a gift certificate and I'm planning on picking up an All Clad pan.
The question for the foodies, which is better... the stainless fry pan or the stainless french skillet?
I have a lot of cast iron skillets for sauces and sauteeing. I'm steering toward the 11" or 13" french ski...
| Food and Drink Board|| So after a few days in Trappist beer induced bliss... - wiltznucs on 12/24/12 at 7:54 pm|
I've decided on my favs...
The clear favorite is Trappistes Rochefort 10 followed closely by the St. Bernardus Abt 12. Both are amazing.. Thanks to whomever warned me about the sediment in the Rochefort 10....
| Food and Drink Board|| Okay beer guys... How did I do...? - wiltznucs on 12/22/12 at 2:02 pm|
So earlier last week I stumbled across Chimay Blue Trappist beer and was very fond of it. Today a friend dropped by and said he was going to the best beer store in Tampa and that he "has the hook up there". I told him I really liked the Chimay and would like to try a few more Trappist beers. I ha...
| Food and Drink Board|| So I'm not a beer enthusiast like many on here... Chimay Beer... - wiltznucs on 12/16/12 at 6:19 pm|
But Chimay "Blue" Grand Reserve Ale is damn good beer. Will do this with a good cigar again sometime...
I know, cool story bro...
| Food and Drink Board|| Gotta love the holiday season, the bourbon additions thus far... - wiltznucs on 12/14/12 at 7:24 pm|
It's been a very good holiday season thus far. Most of my friends and employees know I'm a bourbon guy so I typically get a bottle or two each Christmas season. This year has been exceptional thus far..
| Fark Board|| Help me goof on my USF pals... - wiltznucs on 12/5/12 at 12:39 pm|
Can anybody dress this image up to include some USF gear on ol' Bobby and place him in the appropriate press conference backdrop?
| Food and Drink Board|| Red Boudin aka Boudin Rouge aka Blood Boudin... I finally tried it... - wiltznucs on 11/26/12 at 3:50 pm|
So I've made it my entire life without having red boudin. I've heard about it from my parents and other old timers, but like most I had been told that its "illegal to sell red boudin because of the FDA/USDA". Well, as it works out that is not only false but there is a good and perfectly legal sour...
| More Sports Board|| Help the Bulls out... - wiltznucs on 10/6/12 at 8:27 pm|
Give a like to the Fire Skip Holtz Facebook page..
Your help is appreciated!...
| Money Talk|| Six Sigma Green and Black Belts. - wiltznucs on 10/1/12 at 12:57 pm|
As part of the final semester of my MBA curriculum I do have to take a 25 hour course in Six Sigma. This will leave me roughly half way through the hours necessary to sit the Green Belt examination. I have the option of taking the additional coursework and hours through the College of Business at m...