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re: What set of pots and pans would you recommend? - mallardhank
Le Creuset Dutch ovens and Stock pots All clad coated fry pans Plain cast iron skillets and Dutch ovens Some overlap but I really like the cast iron. ...
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re: Annual - Don't schedule weddings during football season !!! - mallardhank
Always carry iPhone and backup battery. Wife's nephew got hitched and reception was at a country club with tvs all over the place. The game was being shown but brides mom decided to flush the men away from tv and into the reception. Had country club turn off the sets. Failed. Out came phones ...
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re: Does anyone regularly ride a motorcycle? have you ever wrecked? - mallardhank
The only place I've lived that would be bike friendly is Maine. Very little traffic anywhere. Very few semis except I95 and not many there. You get where you want to go without having to use an interstate, with few exceptions. Had an original Triumph Bonneville and laid it down in 1970. One b...
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re: What's the trashiest fast food chain? - mallardhank
Cook out is good Started in Carolinas, in Georgia for a few years now...
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re: Lunch in NOLA - mallardhank
Dookie Chase Great buffet...
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re: BYU fan here - mallardhank
I spent three months in Salt Lake City working on the Coach store in City Creek Center. Very good folks out there. You can have a great time tailgating with the Louisiana fans. Best food you'll ever have. Have a good time in housyon...
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re: Scope Recommendations - mallardhank
I'll second the suggestion for a fixed power scope, either 3 or 4 power. I do have a question regarding your choice of a30-30. Why buy a cartridge that was developed in the 1800s, and are probably factory loaded to function in rifles that were made back then without blowing them up. I know they...
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re: Pocket Knives - What Brand/Model Do You Carry? - mallardhank
A Puma Prospector Made in the 1970's in Solingen Only drawback is the blade does not lock. ...
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Mako boats - mallardhank
I never see any mention of these boats Has their quality gone that far to hell since acquired by Bass Pro? Did a lot of fishing out of a 23' in the 1970's and it was about the best you could get back then. ...
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re: Anyone wear prescription Costa's? - mallardhank
I want a pair bad but at five plus frames that's crazy expensive. I'll probably still do it though...
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re: Anyone wear prescription Costa's? - mallardhank
Was that a grand each?...
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re: Your drink of choice during a football game plus... - mallardhank
Always start with beer, can be one of several: Bud Light, Carona, Blue Moon are the usual. Switch over to Jack Black and coke by middle of third quarter. ...
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re: Spinoff From Another Spinoff - Foods you hated as a kid AND STILL DO as an adult - mallardhank
Beets Sour cream Milk without chocolate syrup Blue cheese anything. Have never tasted shite but believe this would be close. Liver, no matter which animal it came from. Chitterlings (chitlins) pig intestines ...
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re: Transplanted Yankee searching for recommended gumbo recipe - mallardhank
Roux in a jar is great. The trinity can be bought already chopped. In frozen food section. Maybe available fresh. Chicken or seafood stock on the shelf at grocery. Just keeps getting easier...
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re: Drinking mixed drinks at a Mexican Resort around Cancun? - mallardhank
One thing I've done that you might consider: if you're on one of those all inclusive deals, tip the bartender before he starts mixing. You wouldn't believe the difference in alcohol amount they will pour in that glass. And it doesn't take much money, maybe a five. They remember you and from ther...
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re: Smack Talk with Smacker Miles at SEC media days - cool video - mallardhank
That is a lovely young lady. Anyone would be proud to have a daughter like her....
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re: Death Penalty odds - mallardhank
I'll agree with the comment on Penn State. That cesspool should have been drained. Since NCAA didn't then they don't have a leg to stand on going forward. ...
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re: Cabela's/ Bass Pro Shop merger approved by FTC. What will happen? - mallardhank
Everything BP has touched has had a drop in quality. BP gun people are clueless, red head anything is crap. Fishing stuff is ok. Buy your cabelas brand clothing now ...
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re: 17 HMR vs .22 Mag - mallardhank
Was at academy in Snellville, Ga yesterday and they were covered up in 22, 22 mag, 17 her. Most I've seen of all three in one place in years. For poster who wrote 22 hornet is scarce is not looking. Always in at academy, cabelas, and online everywhere. The American Eagle stuff is almost one ja...
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re: 17 HMR vs .22 Mag - mallardhank
Mach 2 is still being made but only by CCI for Hornady. Keep checking Academy Outdoors website and other suppliers also. Maybe only two runs a year of the ammo. I get at least a brick every run. ...
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