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My new homebrew experiment

I really enjoy sour stuff. What is that?


Gallon lemonade 3/4 bag Sour patch kids melted.
Some brewers yeast. 5 weeks for fermentation
10-12% Alcohol

Delicious
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Love smoked foods. Favorite is beef ribs though....

Beef ribs and then eventually brisket are next on the menu.



My brother smokes a mean brisket, but he does "crutch" by using butcher paper. He uses a weber "bullet" I think its called. First time I saw him smear mustard on a brisket I was thinking how nasty that stuff was going to taste. I was WRONG

Brisket intimidates me. I admire anyone who can smoke it.

I use mustard on ribs to hold the rub on. My wife and son are not fans of mustard at all yet they never notice. Good stuff.
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My brother's only failing in cooking is he wears himself out, and sometimes over sleeps and sometimes things get over cooked. I think I found a solution.

https://www.thermoworks.com/Smoke

I bought this gadget and was able to smoke some beef ribs on a gas grill. It turned out okay, but I have no idea what I'm doing compared to my brother. But the tool at least got the meat to where I wanted it in terms of tenderness. granted my home made rub was less than ideal.

My point is though that the tool makes monitoring the meat significantly easier. They came out with a longer range one that is prolly worth upgrading to.
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I don't know if this qualifies as "cool" but I smoked some pork ribs today and just felt like sharing.




Definitely cool!!! Looks fantastic!!
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When I was a kid my best friend and I would save our allowances and wait for our chance to go to the next town over.
A local drugstore sold packs of these cards. We were never able to complete the set but we sure had fun collecting them.
Fast forward a few decades and as an adult I tracked down a few unopened boxes of cards and a binder with the official pages. Pretty sure the binder was a mail away offer. It was fun opening the packs again and completing the set after all this time.
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@Bronte that meat thermometer looks awesome. I have one that I use when I smoke chicken and other meats but I've never used it on ribs. It takes all of the guess work out of it. Mine is not as fancy as the one you linked though I still like it. It does what I need it to. I miss having people over and cooking for them.
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Where do you live? I'd be happy to have someone cook for me. I'll even buy the liquor. =)
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Where do you live? I'd be happy to have someone cook for me. I'll even buy the liquor. =)

North Carolina. If you need directions it's simple. Find the place where the tea is sweet and the tobacco is green in the field (although that's not true right at this moment).
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Spanning five categories. Cap/Kirby/High Grade/35 cent variant/yellow cover.

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When I was a kid my best friend and I would save our allowances and wait for our chance to go to the next town over.
A local drugstore sold packs of these cards. We were never able to complete the set but we sure had fun collecting them.
Fast forward a few decades and as an adult I tracked down a few unopened boxes of cards and a binder with the official pages. Pretty sure the binder was a mail away offer. It was fun opening the packs again and completing the set after all this time.


This reminds of my Garbage Pail Kid collecting days.
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Settling in to my new home with some friends.


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When I was a kid my best friend and I would save our allowances and wait for our chance to go to the next town over.
A local drugstore sold packs of these cards. We were never able to complete the set but we sure had fun collecting them.
Fast forward a few decades and as an adult I tracked down a few unopened boxes of cards and a binder with the official pages. Pretty sure the binder was a mail away offer. It was fun opening the packs again and completing the set after all this time.


This reminds of my Garbage Pail Kid collecting days.


Oh yeah those cards looked awesome. I wasn't allowed to buy them though lol. Did you finish the set?
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All the Marvel Nintendo NES games and the Batman ones.
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New flyease by Nike shoes

At first glance you might think who needs such a "lazy" shoe. However after foot surgery and having to wear a special foot insert, I have a velcro version that made wearing shoes much easier.
So, yes this is great for people with slight disabilities....

CNN: Nike made a hands-free shoe and you have to see it to believe it.
https://www.cnn.com/2021/02/01/business/nike-hands-free-shoe/index.html
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Van halens eruption done with violin....



https://youtu.be/eTb0TQtVT6k
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Keeping warm. Battery powered heated jacket.


Check this out at Amazon
Venustas Men's 3-in-1 Heated Jacket with Battery Pack 5V, Ski Jacket Winter Jacket with Removable Hood Waterproof https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07WYNMH5F/ref=cm_sw_r_u_apa_fabc_X9W0RYDMHZP8J75Q1EDX
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Keeping warm. Battery powered heated jacket.


Check this out at Amazon
Venustas Men's 3-in-1 Heated Jacket with Battery Pack 5V, Ski Jacket Winter Jacket with Removable Hood Waterproof https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07WYNMH5F/ref=cm_sw_r_u_apa_fabc_X9W0RYDMHZP8J75Q1EDX
I really hope you aren't wanting this. It cracks me up when fellas from down south think 65 is cold.
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Lol

No I am unfortunately heavily insulated still. I just thought it was a nifty idea.

But yeah, jackets aren't required until 50
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I hope I wasn't being rude, it just reminded me of a friends story from up here that lived in Texas for a while. He said whenever it hit 70 or below they broke out long pants and a hoody or flannel. They would bust his chops when he was sweating balls when it was 110 or when he was wearing shorts if it was 65.
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Your going to have to try a lot harder to offend me to get me riled up.

Remember I live in Florida. Where the jokes and crazies are never ending
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Your going to have to try a lot harder to offend me to get me riled up.

Remember I live in Florida. Where the jokes and crazies are never ending
I saw a crazy headline out of PA. today that I read off to a coworker and said id believe this more if if said "Florida Man".
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I hope I wasn't being rude, it just reminded me of a friends story from up here that lived in Texas for a while. He said whenever it hit 70 or below they broke out long pants and a hoody or flannel. They would bust his chops when he was sweating balls when it was 110 or when he was wearing shorts if it was 65.


All depends what climate your body is acclimated. I grew up in North West AR, and North East OK. When I moved to Dallas in 2008, and winter time hits,.. people here are bundled up, yet I'm out and about wearing a short sleeved shirt.
People look at me like I'm nuts.
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I don't know if this qualifies as cool but it's pretty fun for a comics, games and social beverage room. The LED string lights are new...the kids dig it.





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Things were so simple...buy the PEP and get a pin.




mm
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This is a sticker I am having made by Sticker Mule. I wanted to go with an EC Comics look and spent a good portion of the day designing it. I give away stickers with orders from my claim show, Saturdays at 5:00 on our YouTube channel and thought this would be pretty awesome.
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@Mountie73 - Very cool! The dragon looks like it could have been drawn by @CatmanAmerica.
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i thought it looked funny, my frenchie was sleeping on her paw, it looks like she's got some jacked up hill billy monstrous teeth
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Yep, that's some serious Deliverance look there. Those little Frenchies and Boston terriers are just born to be adored.
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Batman 251 homage by neal adams.


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