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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product - consumptive_use
I have, but my recipe does result in all the cooking liquid being put back into the meat/rice/veggie mixture. It is noticeably different than stuffing while warm, but not enough that I would heat everything back up just to stuff it. ...
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re: Have we ever over analyzed “A Christmas Story”? - consumptive_use
Looking at IMDB, the year the story takes place is either 1939 or 1940. The actual year is conflicting due to attempts to force nostalgia into the story line. Ralphie is 9 in the story and would have been born around 1930. Assuming the old man didn't waste any time, he would have started dating t...
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re: What will be the topic SEC Shorts tomorrow? - consumptive_use
"Atlanta" accepting/welcoming back Alabama and Florida after a hiatus. TAMU trying to squeeze in the back door. LSU and UGA getting stopped by security at the front door. Gus bus and Lane party train pass by at full bore. In the back ally, Arkansas pit boss is telling Vandy and SC about all of th...
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re: Need help identifying a part for shotgun - consumptive_use
You need to check the age/manufacture date of your specific 1100. Somebody will be along to correct me but, there is a demarcation line with 1100s produced before and after the mid '80s. Additionally, if you try to find parts for these older 1100s you primarily get results for 1187s - been there, ...
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re: The platypus is even weirder than you thought - consumptive_use
That's cool! How did you even find out about this?...
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re: Snake ID - consumptive_use
I knew it was Regina from the picture. Decided to look up species distributions. The damn taxonomists got me again! I guess it happens when you primarily work with mammals. Do you know when they changed the Genus and common name on Glossy Crayfish Snakes?...
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re: The Boys Season 2 (Spoilers) Episode 8 “What I Know” - consumptive_use
They knew they wanted an established, serious actor to play the real antagonist for the pivotal 3 to 5 (or 6) seasons. Giancarlo Esposito will be done with BCS by the beginning of season 3. They snatched him up and put him under contract for the next few seasons. They will either retcon his role or...
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re: Dermestid Beetle taxidermy. Any of you fellas try this at home? - consumptive_use
I've worked the beetle colonies at multiple museums. Unless your are looking to get into this, I would recommend taking the money you would spend on getting a colony going and have someone do it for you. There is a lot that goes into creating and maintaining a colony: creating an enclosure, pur...
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re: Any way to get waypoints out of a old Garmin 495 - consumptive_use
I am not familiar with this device, but I am familiar with many Garmin models. Do you still have the cords that connect to the device? It should be super easy if you do....
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re: Any way to get waypoints out of a old Garmin 495 - consumptive_use
It does have a "thumb drive"? ...
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re: Advice needed to improve wild pig recipe - consumptive_use
Have you considered making a different dish with the same ingredients? Something like, chopping the bacon and cooking it in CI. Making schnitzel out of loin cutlets and then cooking it in the bacon grease. Deglazing with RWV and then wilting the onion and garlic. Adding in stock plus acids(RWV,...
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re: Advice needed to improve wild pig recipe - consumptive_use
Be wary of internal temps on wild pork. Trichinosis is still prevalent in feral hogs as opposed to domesticated swine. For domestic, I regularly pull and serve at lower temps. For wild, 160 is the recommended internal temp. I occasionally go under for loin meat, but I don't eat it that often an...
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re: “That night in Barcelona” 1992 - consumptive_use
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers - consumptive_use
[link=(https://youtu.be/VI11XNr3jHo)]Is OP Alton Brown?[/link] Makes you wonder...
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re: Stump/bush removal - consumptive_use
If you are in Louisiana, follow Keakar's advice. If you are not in Louisiana, still follow his advice, but do your own google search. [link=(https://www.louisiana811.com/)]Louisiana one call[/link]...
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re: Kai the hitchhiker - consumptive_use
quote: a Canadian hero no such thing Guess again: [link=(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Fox)]Terry Fox[/link] "In 1980, with one leg having been amputated due to cancer, he embarked on an east to west cross-Canada run to raise money and awareness for cancer research" ...
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re: Kenny Rogers reportedly preparing to fold 'em - consumptive_use
And in this thread, not the first damn link, other than the op...:casty:[link=(https://youtu.be/HQW7I62TNOw)]KennyandDolly[/link]...
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re: South East TX Rain Storm In Game Thread Day 5 (50 - 90% till Saturday) - consumptive_use
I use the Harris County rain/water level gauges weekly in my work. They have got this shite figured out....
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re: Name an underrated but important tool that you own - consumptive_use
I can get down with this. I have to open around 6 cans a day in the field. I've spent close to 200 dollars purchasing different manual can openers. They all suck. They either break too easily or can't efficiently open a can. My old school boss carries one of these and he never has a pr...
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