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Rifle Scope Comparison Question: - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
My daughter has been using a Browning A-Bolt 30-06 for deer hunting with an older model Simmons Wide Angle 44 mag 3.5-10 scope. This scope is in the neighborhood of 20 years old, as the gun was passed to her from my late step-brother. Although the scope is clear during daylight, my question is ...
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anyone do their own deer skull mounts? - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
I have done several over the years. Never have I used the 40 Vol developer for whitening the skull, only regular wal mart peroxide soaks. Im getting my hands on some 40Vol from a friend and wondering how to apply it? how long? etc. TIA...
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re: Please help me figure out how my roux separated! (with pics) - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
[quote]Slowly added HOT stock while stirring. It looked like it was incorporating fine. Kept stirring, and as more stock was added, it started separating.[/quote] Did you try high heat rolling boil to see if it would re-incorporate?...
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re: Baby back or spare ribs? - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
3-2-1 BAW...
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re: Restaurant Recommendations - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
[quote]Fezzo’s in Scott.[/quote] And get some Boudin from Best Stop while there...
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re: Tell me about your Turkey Gravy from pan drippings - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
Update: kept it simple and it was amazing: I had carrots, celery, onion, and chicken stock in my drip pain on BGE. I used 1/4 cup bacon fat (saved from another recipe) and 1/4 cup of the Turkey fat with 1/2 cup flour to make a dark roux. strained out the vegetables and added 6 cups of the hot ...
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re: What's your favorite cake? - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
Carrot Cake. BRQ huge slice is the tits...
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Tell me about your Turkey Gravy from pan drippings - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
Never made one before Smoking the Turkey on the Egg. Water, celery, carrots, onion in the drip pan underneath. talk me through your next steps, I've seen different methods online ...
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re: Truck mat recommendations - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
Husky...
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re: Best egg nog brand - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
I second the southern comfort vote. The black carton. ...
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re: july guide trip to cocodrie? - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
Todd Black with Black Velvet Fishing Charters. He's recognized by the locals as one of the best in the area. I've been twice and you wont' be disappointed. He will work his arse off to find you the fish. Inshore and Offshore. He just added a new 42' Freeman that is SICK. check him out. [link=(h...
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re: Pork Temple in Baton Rouge - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
not in BR, but Carter's Supermarkets in DS and Walker have it in stock regularly. Fresh or Frozen and the meat manager will cut/weigh to order if you ask. ...
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re: What are the negatives of ceramic grills? - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
I find that I use my large BGE much more for smoking and indirect cooking (butts, wings, whole chickens, turkey, etc) and use my gas grill for easier quicker cooking, (burgers, chicken thighs, breasts, sausages, etc) The taste is better of course grilling direct on the egg, but again for the amo...
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re: CFP scenario questions - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
[quote]If our only loss is in the SEC Championship we are in and if UGA has only one loss so are they.[/quote] Next question then : Would you rather LSU lose the SEC to GA to eliminate BAMA and make the CFP as the 4 seed, or Win the SECCG and play Bama in the playoff, either the 1-4 first rou...
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CFP scenario questions - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
Do we honestly believe the committee will place a one loss Oregon Pac 12 Champ that beats one loss Utah in the CG in the playoff over one loss Alabama? also. If LSU finishes with one loss to one loss SEC champ Georgia, should that not still get in LSU and eliminate the Gumps? Ill hang up an...
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re: Rinsed Rice for Jambalaya question. - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
From the "Tips" tab in the jambalaya calculator: Some chefs like to wash the rice to remove the starch so the rice is even less likely to become sticky and mushy. If your rice turns out mushy, you may need to skim off excess grease after you add the liquid. ...
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re: What hot sauce do you use in cooking? - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
Louisiana...
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Rinsed Rice for Jambalaya question. - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
I'm one that prefers to wash/rinse the starch off my rice for jambalaya (5lbs/5gal pot). when cooking at home its easy to rinse just prior (minutes) to when the rice needs to be added to the pot. I've used not rinsed rice if cooking when camping or somewhere it's a pain in the arse to rins...
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re: Fall Tomatos question - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
Picked em today. 35 nice sized ones and another 20-25 smaller ones. All green. put in brown paper bag and will see what happens. ...
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re: Fall Tomatos question - LSUTIGERTAILG8ER
Picked em today. 35 nice sized ones and another 20-25 smaller ones. All green. put in brown paper bag and will see what happens. ...
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