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re: Refurbishing old grill - gumbo2176
Bring it somewhere and have it sandblasted. It will be cleaned off in no time as compared to doing it yourself with wire wheels and brushes. Then use some sort of heat resistant primer/paint ASAP before any rust can form on it. As for what's inside, you can find stuff to cut and fit or have ...
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re: Stupid stuff you've done in the kitchen. - gumbo2176
[quote]. Apparently, we had confused sugar with salt -[/quote] Yeah, that's a game changer when it comes to cookies tasting good. :cheers:...
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re: Most dangerous era of football with actual helmets? - gumbo2176
[quote]No way head hunting Jack Tatum could play today's game. Ronnie Lott feasted on defenseless receivers.[/quote] They would still be All-Pro players in today's game, but they'd have to play under today's rules and that don't take away from their effectiveness as defensive players, just b...
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re: Most dangerous era of football with actual helmets? - gumbo2176
[quote]Some of the stories from the game like frank gifford being knocked out show it was a game only for the toughest of the tough[/quote] I recall an interview with Dick Butkus and him saying he liked the scene in the movie "Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte" where the head comes rolling down the st...
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re: Stupid stuff you've done in the kitchen. - gumbo2176
Looks like the strain was more than that pressure cooker could bear. Damn, hope nobody was hurt. That's going to cost a pretty penny to correct-----new range, new hood, ceiling repair, laundering your underwear--------- :rotflmao:...
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re: Stupid stuff you've done in the kitchen. - gumbo2176
[quote]Not a good idea to talk politics at the table[/quote] One of the two things I choose to never discuss with folks. That and religion, because you're not going to change anyone's mind about their beliefs, so it is a lesson in futility to even bring it up. My wife's family is fairly l...
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re: Is this woman coming or going? - gumbo2176
Reminds me of the scene in "Spaceballs" where they teleport Mel Brooks character to the control room and his head is on backwards and he looks down and sees his ass. For the life of me I'll never figure out what posses women to wear shite that tight with figures that awful. I guess all the mirror...
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re: Tim Burton to create an Addams Family TV series - gumbo2176
[quote]While I like the Addams family, not real excited about yet another remake.[/quote][quote] Just tired of Hollywood recycling the same shite over and over. [/quote] My feelings exactly. I grew up watching the original "Addams Family" TV show and hate to see some of these old sitcoms reha...
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re: Most dangerous era of football with actual helmets? - gumbo2176
[quote]Not as bad as the 60’s and 70’s..[/quote] I agree with this. Those guys were playing ball at a brutal level and knocking players out of the game by injuring them was pretty common practice. Head hunters, piling on, elbows and forearms to the head, horse collar tackles, hitting receiv...
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re: In hog heaven this morning - gumbo2176
[quote]Just make your regular potato salad and add some Tony’s[/quote] No, just NO. I can't tell you how many "Authentic Cajun" restaurants I've run into when riding cross country on my motorcycle that think adding Tony's to a dish automatically makes it "Cajun Food". And better yet, Tony'...
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re: In hog heaven this morning - gumbo2176
[quote]Recipe? Looking for new tater salad [/quote] Peel the potatoes and cube in like size pieces. While doing that get your water to boil and add seafood seasoning to it in a similar proportion you would for boiling any seafood. Boil the potatoes until fork tender and drain. While the p...
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re: Loud mufflers - the real epidemic in Baton Rouge - gumbo2176
In N.O. getting new tires on my pickup last Saturday and hanging just outside the shop door talking to one of the mechanics when one of those Japanese small cars with the huge canister exhaust tails passes by. To me, it sounded like a lawn mower on steroids and whining high pitched as the kid wen...
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re: Name Movies that Made You Cry - gumbo2176
[quote]Old Yeller gets put down: Old Yeller Death of Bran Piccalo in the original: :Brian's Song"[/quote] The only two I can think of to be honest. I was just a kid when "Old Yeller" came out and could relate to how that kid felt. "Brian's Song" came out when I was 19 and had watched Ga...
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In hog heaven this morning - gumbo2176
I took down a quart of chicken/sausage/okra gumbo on Tuesday and had a bit left in the fridge and had cooked a 2 gallon pot of jambalaya 2 nights ago. So for a late breakfast I had gumbo over jambalaya and that put me in a Cajun food, hog heaven coma. Only thing missing was a nice dollop of my...
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re: Gameday gumbo tomorrow... what chicken should I add? - gumbo2176
I like using a baking hen for gumbo and soup since they have a richer flavor, but do take a bit longer to cook since they are older and larger birds. For a quick gumbo, use a rotisserie bird....
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re: Stupid stuff you've done in the kitchen. - gumbo2176
Stupidest thing I've ever done in the kitchen was well over 40 years ago when I had one of the old style gas stoves with the pilot lights between the 2 sets of burners. The pilot lights didn't work and I had to light the stove with matches and did so to start cooking and I shook the match and...
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re: Rabbit Fridge Storage - gumbo2176
[quote] Damn things were $25. Is that normal for 1 frozen rabbit? [/quote] That's the kind of pricing I've been seeing at Rouses for years when it comes to dressed domestic rabbit. No way in hell I'd pay that for a single rabbit. ...
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re: Alligator killed - gumbo2176
[quote]They're overpopulated and mismanaged. We could use thousands more dead.[/quote] To think that they were once considered an "Endangered Species" and had Federal Protection when I was younger. They have exploded in population and with gator farms supplying a lot of the hides and meat maki...
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re: You can be fined $500 for not wearing a mask in NOLA - gumbo2176
[quote]Gee, I wonder why her and the OPSO wouldn't consider making criminals go out and pick up trash. There is plenty out there to pick up.[/quote] Yep, both criminals AND trash....
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re: I tried Barefoot Pinot Noir today - gumbo2176
[quote]'m going to try the merlot next. I've read some good things about it[/quote] I've had the Merlot and Cabernet/Sauvignon in several different wine brands and if I'm drinking wine, it's going to be some type of red wine, and room temperature unlike many Chardonnay drinkers who like it chille...
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