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Location:Tampa, FL
Biography:to Tampa.......and then?
Interests:LSU Football
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Registered on:9/29/2009
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re: Sonny's BBQ in Baton Rouge - Tiger inTampa
We are down from 5 locations in Tampa to 1. Sure seems like it is some corporate "downsizing" deal. Good luck on the reopening....
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re: What is the most awkward or weirdest business name you ever heard of - Tiger inTampa
There's a Pat's Ho Made BBQ here in Florida. https://www.dandb.com/businessdirectory/patshomadebarbquesauceinc-valrico-fl-14920630.html...
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re: What is the most awkward or weirdest business name you ever heard of - Tiger inTampa
I visited Dr. Cockburn....the urologist. Although he pronounces it Coe-burn https://www.manta.com/c/mw22pb2/alden-g-cockburn-md-pa...
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re: Do u know your Bible? Take this ten question quiz without cheating - Tiger inTampa
2/10....I'd better get used to the smell of burning sulfur :cheers:...
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re: The Sinner on USA (Spoilers now) - Tiger inTampa
I watched the first episode. While I like the premise and story line I found myself almost yelling out loud at this thing to MOVE ALONG. I understand that in early episodes you have to build characters and back story,but damn it was slow. I cancelled the series recording on my dvr after because I ...
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re: Anyone eat parsnips? - Tiger inTampa
Slice into 1/4" chunks. Cook down some bacon. Remove bacon from pan saute the chunks in the bacon grease until they soften, about 8-10 minutes, add some slivered onions in the then crumble the bacon on top when serving....
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re: Casual Sunday evening N.O. recs - Tiger inTampa
Thanks everybody. I sent them links to the menus and they chose Peche. ...
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Casual Sunday evening N.O. recs - Tiger inTampa
Friend and his wife will be in late Sunday afternoon leaving on a cruise Monday. Just because I'm originally from Louisiana I get asked for N.O. recommendations all the time even though i haven't been to the city in 5 years. What's a good casual place for them to have a few drinks and some good foo...
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re: Favorite one dish recipe - Tiger inTampa
[quote]pasta absorbs 2 2/3 cups of liquid per pound,[/quote] Thank you sir for the research. 2 2/3 cups must be the volume left from the top of my sauce to the rivets for the handles on my stock pot. :cheers:...
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re: Favorite one dish recipe - Tiger inTampa
[quote] ... and this will be al'dente[/quote] Nope. Neither the pot or oven pan method will be. However, there are people who like it a little more cooked than al'dente. Oh, and here is another thing you can roll your eyes at....I like my rice sticky and not so I can count every grain. Just be...
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re: Favorite one dish recipe - Tiger inTampa
[quote]How are y'all making this in "one dish"? For me, it requires at least three pans/pots and one mixing bowl. [/quote] Actually a lot simpler than you think. We do it on the stove or in the oven. Pretty much comes down to making your sauce/marinara a little thinner than you usually do....
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re: NCAA athlete lost scholarship due to YouTube channel - Tiger inTampa
Ano[quote]ther way to look at it is, YouTube is his job,[/quote] And there are very specific rules for athletes who want/get jobs that have been around since the dark ages when I was in school. The kids attend a workshop before every semester explaining in detail what and when they can do. Th...
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re: Price for new 2.5 ton a/c. - Tiger inTampa
[quote] I may just replace [u]inside and out[/u].[/quote] You may have to replace both. If your existing system is an R22 system you would have to replace the CU and the AHU. Also, dependent upon the size of existing line set you may have to replace that as well. The operating pressures of R22 ...
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re: TV Hunting Shows - Tiger inTampa
[quote]shows is they turned most "hunters" into a bunch of trophy snobs.[/quote] [quote]Hell if I know.[/quote] Careful Columbia. Last year I posted a comment on a thread here admitting that I had no idea how to "score" a buck. Said I grew up hunting for meat and to enjoy my time in the wood...
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re: Changing A/C Unit on Camper - Tiger inTampa
Yes please. I have a ductless split I'm pulling out of a shed and my cousin has a camper in need of air. Don't have to email just post pics here. I'm sure somebody else might be interested as well. :cheers:...
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re: Changing A/C Unit on Camper - Tiger inTampa
[quote]mini split on his old RV[/quote] Where did he mount the condensing unit? Where did he run the condensate line?...
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TV Hunting Shows - Tiger inTampa
I love watching the shows especially when they are in the mountains or foothills or the scenic prairies. Places and animals I'll probably never get to hunt. However, all these shows have 1 thing that I absolutely hate. Whispers! I find whispering the second most annoying sound just a tick lower tha...
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re: My Method for Smoked Salmon - Tiger inTampa
Lost me at anise and clove........
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re: Anyone ever cooked rabbit on the grill? - Tiger inTampa
The only rabbit we ever ate was wild ones that we shot. Because they were so lean we always opted for a low slow brazing because other methods left it tough. Would love to try it grilled but would be leery. ...
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re: Sandwich Making Tips - Tiger inTampa
[quote]Use soft bread for soft fillings and hard bread for hard filling[/quote] Respectfully disagree with this one. One of my favorite sandwiches is chicken, egg,or tuna salad on toasted bread or a crunchy baguette type roll. The contrast of texture is what makes it work for me....
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