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MK
2020-03-25 05:15:22 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.

I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.

Thanks again, Skeet!
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2020-03-25 11:27:34 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.

What are potoes, pototoes and oninons? Are thems thar some kind of Okie
food?
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Skeeter
2020-03-25 15:01:22 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
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2020-03-25 15:17:09 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
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2020-03-25 15:27:23 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
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2020-03-25 15:31:59 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
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2020-03-25 16:02:25 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
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2020-03-25 16:05:04 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
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2020-03-25 16:22:48 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
nice


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2020-03-25 16:41:48 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
nice
http://youtu.be/yvJGQ_piwI0

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2020-03-25 17:00:12 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
nice
http://youtu.be/yvJGQ_piwI0
http://youtu.be/9EcjWd-O4jI

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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
nice
http://youtu.be/yvJGQ_piwI0
http://youtu.be/9EcjWd-O4jI
http://youtu.be/I_2D8Eo15wE

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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
nice
http://youtu.be/yvJGQ_piwI0
http://youtu.be/9EcjWd-O4jI
http://youtu.be/I_2D8Eo15wE
http://youtu.be/FnM8Z72MiM4

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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
nice
http://youtu.be/yvJGQ_piwI0
http://youtu.be/9EcjWd-O4jI
http://youtu.be/I_2D8Eo15wE
http://youtu.be/FnM8Z72MiM4
http://youtu.be/PS409nsBl90

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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
nice
http://youtu.be/yvJGQ_piwI0
http://youtu.be/9EcjWd-O4jI
http://youtu.be/I_2D8Eo15wE
http://youtu.be/FnM8Z72MiM4
http://youtu.be/PS409nsBl90
http://youtu.be/oFRbZJXjWIA

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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
nice
http://youtu.be/yvJGQ_piwI0
http://youtu.be/9EcjWd-O4jI
http://youtu.be/I_2D8Eo15wE
http://youtu.be/FnM8Z72MiM4
http://youtu.be/PS409nsBl90
http://youtu.be/oFRbZJXjWIA
http://youtu.be/Fo_TNfVlQrs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=26&v=QvDbzb_gItI&feature=emb_logo
i got nutten, after bob marley there was no topping it.
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
i got some nice 1x5 clear pine door jamb
nice
http://youtu.be/yvJGQ_piwI0
http://youtu.be/9EcjWd-O4jI
http://youtu.be/I_2D8Eo15wE
http://youtu.be/FnM8Z72MiM4
http://youtu.be/PS409nsBl90
http://youtu.be/oFRbZJXjWIA
http://youtu.be/Fo_TNfVlQrs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=26&v=QvDbzb_gItI&feature=emb_logo
i got nutten, after bob marley there was no topping it.
there's an old jazz one called , i'm a nut , it was next
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years
ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a
new gaget. I already had two crockpots (different sizes) and a
rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've
cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally
ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use
the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work
because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years
ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a
new gaget. I already had two crockpots (different sizes) and a
rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've
cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally
ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use
the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work
because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
home made? Yummy
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years
ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a
new gaget. I already had two crockpots (different sizes) and a
rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've
cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally
ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs
or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only
use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to
work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
home made? Yummy
Of course! Seeds and all.
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years
ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a
new gaget. I already had two crockpots (different sizes) and a
rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've
cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally
ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs
or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only
use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to
work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
home made? Yummy
Of course! Seeds and all.
This thread made me go make a sammich.
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For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of
years ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought
it was a new gaget. I already had two crockpots (different
sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron
accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.
I've cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm
finally ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking
ribs or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I
only use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring
chili to work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
home made? Yummy
Of course! Seeds and all.
This thread made me go make a sammich.
I know what you mean. I realized I was hungry too and did the same.
I hadn't had breakfast yet. Homemade rolls with blackberry jam. Yay.
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-25 17:10:12 UTC
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I know what you mean. I realized I was hungry too and did the same.
I hadn't had breakfast yet. Homemade rolls with blackberry jam. Yay.
Don't the little seeds get stuck under your dentures?
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the
essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
Pandora
2020-03-25 17:15:26 UTC
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I know what you mean. I realized I was hungry too and did the same. I
hadn't had breakfast yet. Homemade rolls with blackberry jam. Yay.
Don't the little seeds get stuck under your dentures?
I don't have dentures.
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-25 17:19:10 UTC
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I know what you mean. I realized I was hungry too and did the same. I
hadn't had breakfast yet. Homemade rolls with blackberry jam. Yay.
Don't the little seeds get stuck under your dentures?
I don't have dentures.
Oh, that's right, I forgot how rich you are. You were able
to afford those expensive implants.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the
essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
Pandora
2020-03-25 18:16:33 UTC
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I know what you mean. I realized I was hungry too and did the same. I
hadn't had breakfast yet. Homemade rolls with blackberry jam. Yay.
Don't the little seeds get stuck under your dentures?
I don't have dentures.
Oh, that's right, I forgot how rich you are. You were able to afford
those expensive implants.
Nope again. I have almost all my own teeth except for a couple of molars
that were bad and had to be pulled.
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-25 18:23:17 UTC
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Nope again. I have almost all my own teeth except for a couple of molars
that were bad and had to be pulled.
You seem remarkably "well-preserved".
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the
essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
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2020-03-25 18:34:24 UTC
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Nope again. I have almost all my own teeth except for a couple of molars
that were bad and had to be pulled.
You seem remarkably "well-preserved".
thank me
Pandora
2020-03-25 18:40:16 UTC
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Nope again. I have almost all my own teeth except for a couple of
molars that were bad and had to be pulled.
You seem remarkably "well-preserved".
I take care of myself.
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2020-03-25 18:46:57 UTC
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Nope again. I have almost all my own teeth except for a couple of
molars that were bad and had to be pulled.
You seem remarkably "well-preserved".
I take care of myself.
you seem better than you did the other day
Pandora
2020-03-25 19:11:03 UTC
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Nope again. I have almost all my own teeth except for a couple of
molars that were bad and had to be pulled.
You seem remarkably "well-preserved".
I take care of myself.
you seem better than you did the other day
I got my taxes done and I'm getting a HUGE refund; more than I thought I
would get. I guess it pays to make charitable donations. I celebrated
last night with a wonderful steak dinner along with rice and asparagus.
Skeeter
2020-03-25 20:28:06 UTC
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Post by MK
For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of
years ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought
it was a new gaget. I already had two crockpots (different
sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron
accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.
I've cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm
finally ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking
ribs or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I
only use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring
chili to work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
home made? Yummy
Of course! Seeds and all.
This thread made me go make a sammich.
I know what you mean. I realized I was hungry too and did the same.
I hadn't had breakfast yet. Homemade rolls with blackberry jam. Yay.
I made tuna with buffalo sauce, different and interesting.
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2020-03-25 16:40:06 UTC
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Post by MK
For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years
ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a
new gaget. I already had two crockpots (different sizes) and a
rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've
cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally
ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use
the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work
because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
i like marmalade too
Pandora
2020-03-25 16:48:01 UTC
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Post by MK
For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of years
ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a
new gaget. I already had two crockpots (different sizes) and a
rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've
cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally
ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs
or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only
use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to
work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
i like marmalade too
That's good as well. Especially on a home baked biscuit.
mixed nuts
2020-03-27 18:01:06 UTC
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Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years
ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a
new gaget.  I already had two crockpots (different sizes) and a
rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.  I've
cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally
ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only use
the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work
because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
i like marmalade too
A guy at work has a big jar of honey marmalade that he make tea with.
He boils up a pot of water and hollers "tea's ready" and everybody comes
running out their offices to get a cup. We have tea biscuits to go with
it, also.
--
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2020-03-27 18:11:54 UTC
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Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years
ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a
new gaget.  I already had two crockpots (different sizes) and a
rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.  I've
cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally
ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only use
the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work
because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
i use a stick and my fire pit
I got some spicy hot V8 juice
well that's it we can jam now
i like strawberry jam
I prefer blackberry myself.
i like marmalade too
A guy at work has a big jar of honey marmalade that he make tea with. He
boils up a pot of water and hollers "tea's ready" and everybody comes
running out their offices to get a cup.  We have tea biscuits to go with
it, also.
my dad liked tea i never really have , i like espresso
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2020-03-26 19:18:34 UTC
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For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years ago,
when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget.  I
already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.  I've
cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only use the
crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because
there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Raven
2020-03-26 19:46:34 UTC
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Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years ago,
when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget.  I
already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.  I've cooked
my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-26 19:53:45 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about
cooking.

Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat
on a wooden skewer over his campfire.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the
essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
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2020-03-26 19:57:56 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about
cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat
on a wooden skewer over his campfire.
no he doesn't or i'd be doing that and i don't
Raven
2020-03-26 20:32:40 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about
cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat
on a wooden skewer over his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go
lay down by your bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Pandora
2020-03-26 21:20:27 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to reach
almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it has a
thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this will
be my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer over
his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go lay down by your
bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Great minds think alike. :-)
Raven
2020-03-26 21:28:03 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to reach
almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it has a
thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this will
be my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer over
his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go lay down by your
bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Great minds think alike. :-)
You got it! It doesn't take much longer to
make real food, and it's so much more
healthy than that crap he eats.
Pandora
2020-03-26 21:30:07 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to reach
almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it has a
thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this will
be my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer
over his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go lay down by your
bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Great minds think alike. :-)
You got it! It doesn't take much longer to make real food, and it's so
much more healthy than that crap he eats.
Indeed it is and can be a lot of fun too. Since being *isolated*, I've
been trying new recipes. Might as well have some fun while being cooped
up. Trying a new green bean and bacon dish tonight.
Raven
2020-03-26 22:14:24 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to reach
almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it has a
thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this will
be my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer
over his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go lay down by your
bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Great minds think alike. :-)
You got it! It doesn't take much longer to make real food, and it's so
much more healthy than that crap he eats.
Indeed it is and can be a lot of fun too. Since being *isolated*, I've
been trying new recipes. Might as well have some fun while being cooped
up. Trying a new green bean and bacon dish tonight.
Sounds good, I love fresh green beans slightly
grilled or broiled, eat em' like french fries,
and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
Pandora
2020-03-26 22:27:44 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to
reach almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it
has a thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this
will be my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer
over his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go lay down by your
bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Great minds think alike. :-)
You got it! It doesn't take much longer to make real food, and it's so
much more healthy than that crap he eats.
Indeed it is and can be a lot of fun too. Since being *isolated*, I've
been trying new recipes. Might as well have some fun while being
cooped up. Trying a new green bean and bacon dish tonight.
Sounds good, I love fresh green beans slightly grilled or broiled, eat
em' like french fries,
and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
I usually eat green beans that way but thought I'd try something
different. And you're right. Anything does taste better with bacon. Yum!
I think I'm having them with pork cutlets and scalloped potatoes.
Raven
2020-03-26 22:43:51 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to
reach almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it
has a thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this
will be my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer
over his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go lay down by your
bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Great minds think alike. :-)
You got it! It doesn't take much longer to make real food, and it's so
much more healthy than that crap he eats.
Indeed it is and can be a lot of fun too. Since being *isolated*, I've
been trying new recipes. Might as well have some fun while being
cooped up. Trying a new green bean and bacon dish tonight.
Sounds good, I love fresh green beans slightly grilled or broiled, eat
em' like french fries,
and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
I usually eat green beans that way but thought I'd try something
different. And you're right. Anything does taste better with bacon. Yum!
I think I'm having them with pork cutlets and scalloped potatoes.
Sounds like a good combo, do you cook for one
usually or make a batch and freeze some of it?
Pandora
2020-03-26 23:34:06 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to
reach almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it
has a thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this
will be my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer
over his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go lay down by
your bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Great minds think alike. :-)
You got it! It doesn't take much longer to make real food, and it's
so much more healthy than that crap he eats.
Indeed it is and can be a lot of fun too. Since being *isolated*,
I've been trying new recipes. Might as well have some fun while
being cooped up. Trying a new green bean and bacon dish tonight.
Sounds good, I love fresh green beans slightly grilled or broiled, eat
em' like french fries,
and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
I usually eat green beans that way but thought I'd try something
different. And you're right. Anything does taste better with bacon.
Yum!
I think I'm having them with pork cutlets and scalloped potatoes.
Sounds like a good combo, do you cook for one usually or make a batch
and freeze some of it?
It's almost impossible to cook for one after spending years cooking for
my family of five and later their spouses and kids (12), so I usually
cook large amounts and freeze most of it. Then *I* have frozen dinners
at the ready but at least I know what's in them.
Raven
2020-03-26 23:42:36 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to
reach almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it
has a thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this
will be my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer
over his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go lay down by
your bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Great minds think alike. :-)
You got it! It doesn't take much longer to make real food, and it's
so much more healthy than that crap he eats.
Indeed it is and can be a lot of fun too. Since being *isolated*,
I've been trying new recipes. Might as well have some fun while
being cooped up. Trying a new green bean and bacon dish tonight.
Sounds good, I love fresh green beans slightly grilled or broiled, eat
em' like french fries,
and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
I usually eat green beans that way but thought I'd try something
different. And you're right. Anything does taste better with bacon.
Yum!
I think I'm having them with pork cutlets and scalloped potatoes.
Sounds like a good combo, do you cook for one usually or make a batch
and freeze some of it?
It's almost impossible to cook for one after spending years cooking for
my family of five and later their spouses and kids (12), so I usually
cook large amounts and freeze most of it. Then *I* have frozen dinners
at the ready but at least I know what's in them.
I hear that, it's really hard to cook for one
without freezing. Do you have a seperate
separate?
Raven
2020-03-26 23:45:26 UTC
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I hear that, it's really hard to cook for one
without freezing. Do you have a seperate
separate?
Seperate freezer. My spell checker is whacked, this
news client doesn't come with a spell check so I'm
using and add on one that sucks. I think I'm going to
shit can it and not worry about my speelings.
Pandora
2020-03-26 23:54:26 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to
reach almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something,
it has a thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat
accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but
this will be my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden
skewer over his campfire.
You eat frozen Hungry-tard TV dinners, Gerg, so go lay down by
your bowl. I don't ever eat that slop.
Great minds think alike. :-)
You got it! It doesn't take much longer to make real food, and
it's so much more healthy than that crap he eats.
Indeed it is and can be a lot of fun too. Since being *isolated*,
I've been trying new recipes. Might as well have some fun while
being cooped up. Trying a new green bean and bacon dish tonight.
Sounds good, I love fresh green beans slightly grilled or broiled,
eat em' like french fries,
and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
I usually eat green beans that way but thought I'd try something
different. And you're right. Anything does taste better with bacon.
Yum!
I think I'm having them with pork cutlets and scalloped potatoes.
Sounds like a good combo, do you cook for one usually or make a batch
and freeze some of it?
It's almost impossible to cook for one after spending years cooking for
my family of five and later their spouses and kids (12), so I usually
cook large amounts and freeze most of it. Then *I* have frozen dinners
at the ready but at least I know what's in them.
I hear that, it's really hard to cook for one without freezing. Do you
have a seperate separate?
Did you mean *freezer* in the above? And yes, I do along with a small
generator to keep it going in case of a power outage.
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-27 00:06:43 UTC
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It's almost impossible to cook for one after spending years cooking for
my family of five and later their spouses and kids (12), so I usually
cook large amounts and freeze most of it. Then *I* have frozen dinners
at the ready but at least I know what's in them.
See, even you admit that frozen dinners are good.
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essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
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2020-03-27 00:16:55 UTC
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It's almost impossible to cook for one after spending years cooking for
my family of five and later their spouses and kids (12), so I usually
cook large amounts and freeze most of it. Then *I* have frozen dinners
at the ready but at least I know what's in them.
See, even you admit that frozen dinners are good.
Homemade dinners.
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2020-03-27 16:30:23 UTC
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Post by Pandora
It's almost impossible to cook for one after spending years cooking for
my family of five and later their spouses and kids (12), so I usually
cook large amounts and freeze most of it. Then *I* have frozen dinners
at the ready but at least I know what's in them.
See, even you admit that frozen dinners are good.
You should see the sweaters she knits.
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Pandora
2020-03-27 17:19:18 UTC
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It's almost impossible to cook for one after spending years cooking for
my family of five and later their spouses and kids (12), so I usually
cook large amounts and freeze most of it. Then *I* have frozen dinners
at the ready but at least I know what's in them.
See, even you admit that frozen dinners are good.
They are handy to have but mine are home made.
MK
2020-03-27 00:38:43 UTC
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and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
I usually eat green beans that way but thought I'd try something
different. And you're right. Anything does taste better with bacon. Yum!
I think I'm having them with pork cutlets and scalloped potatoes.
Funny you would mention, I just laid out 4 pork steaks to thaw. Loving my
instant pot, and being scared about being creative.
Pandora
2020-03-27 17:28:13 UTC
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and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
I usually eat green beans that way but thought I'd try something
different. And you're right. Anything does taste better with bacon.
Yum!
I think I'm having them with pork cutlets and scalloped potatoes.
Funny you would mention, I just laid out 4 pork steaks to thaw. Loving
my instant pot, and being scared about being creative.
Don't be. Might as well be creative when one has the time.
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2020-03-27 17:36:24 UTC
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and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
I usually eat green beans that way but thought I'd try something
different. And you're right. Anything does taste better with bacon.
Yum!
I think I'm having them with pork cutlets and scalloped potatoes.
Funny you would mention, I just laid out 4 pork steaks to thaw. Loving
my instant pot, and being scared about being creative.
Don't be. Might as well be creative when one has the time.
i got a quarter moose in the freezer
Pandora
2020-03-27 18:12:49 UTC
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and anything tastes better with bacon. Enjoy.
I usually eat green beans that way but thought I'd try something
different. And you're right. Anything does taste better with bacon.
Yum!
I think I'm having them with pork cutlets and scalloped potatoes.
Funny you would mention, I just laid out 4 pork steaks to thaw.
Loving my instant pot, and being scared about being creative.
Don't be. Might as well be creative when one has the time.
i got a quarter moose in the freezer
I've never tried moose meat. My daughter and son-in-law have am elk in
their freezer. I tried it once and it wasn't too bad.

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2020-03-27 00:36:41 UTC
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Indeed it is and can be a lot of fun too. Since being *isolated*, I've
been trying new recipes. Might as well have some fun while being cooped
up. Trying a new green bean and bacon dish tonight.
Please share them! I'm so confused about the Instant Pot. If you hit
"rice" it is pre-programmed for 10 minutes (with an 8 minute release, which
is important) which seems to be perfect.
Raven
2020-03-27 00:45:09 UTC
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Indeed it is and can be a lot of fun too. Since being *isolated*, I've
been trying new recipes. Might as well have some fun while being cooped
up. Trying a new green bean and bacon dish tonight.
Please share them! I'm so confused about the Instant Pot. If you hit "rice"
it is pre-programmed for 10 minutes (with an 8 minute release, which is
important) which seems to be perfect.
Check this guy out, his recipies are fairly
straight forward with that thing, and they
taste good.

https://pressureluckcooking.com/

He takes a bit of getting used to but
it's worth it. You don't have to buy
anything from him, he's on youtube
also with instant pot stuff.
Pandora
2020-03-26 21:14:09 UTC
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Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to reach
almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it has a
thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this will be
my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer over
his campfire.
And YOU cook frozen Hungry Man dinners.
Raven
2020-03-26 21:16:58 UTC
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Post by %
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to reach
almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it has a
thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers already but this will be
my first pellet smoker/grill.
LOL. What a hoot. The girls all talking about cooking.
Here's a clue. A real mountain man cooks meat on a wooden skewer over
his campfire.
And YOU cook frozen Hungry Man dinners.
Nobody really wants to know what goes into
the Craptains piehole. 8^)
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-26 21:28:45 UTC
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And YOU cook frozen Hungry Man dinners.
Wrong answer, Grandora. I bake them in my
gas oven. They taste quite delicious that way.

No fuss, no muss no tiresome cleanup. And, only
$2.28 at Walmart. Only $3.25 for the Hungry Man
size. Walmat is a good place to shop for food.
The last gallon of whole milk I bought there was
only ninety-eight cents.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the
essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
Pandora
2020-03-26 21:32:04 UTC
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And YOU cook frozen Hungry Man dinners.
Wrong answer, Grandora. I bake them in my gas oven. They taste quite
delicious that way.
Cook/bake, what's the difference? It's still crap food. (If one can
even call it food.)
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-26 21:46:30 UTC
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Cook/bake, what's the difference? It's still crap food. (If one can
even call it food.)
I don't see how it can be "crap food" because it's
usually corn, mashed potatoes, a brownie or some
other dessert and real meat like chicken on the
bone.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the
essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
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2020-03-26 22:08:15 UTC
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Cook/bake, what's the difference? It's still crap food. (If one can
even call it food.)
I don't see how it can be "crap food" because it's
usually corn, mashed potatoes, a brownie or some
other dessert and real meat like chicken on the
bone.
it's processed food
Pandora
2020-03-26 23:26:15 UTC
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Cook/bake, what's the difference? It's still crap food. (If one can
even call it food.)
I don't see how it can be "crap food" because it's usually corn,
mashed potatoes, a brownie or some other dessert and real meat like
chicken on the bone.
it's processed food
It's not "processed." It's food portioned, placed into a container and
frozen.
Either I do it with bulk food or they do it with bulk food and do the
proportioning, packaging etc. It's much more convenient and doesn't
require washing a bunch of pots and pans and dishes.
Of course "fresh veggies" are tastier but no more nutritious.
Delusional.
Raven
2020-03-26 22:16:35 UTC
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Cook/bake, what's the difference? It's still crap food. (If one can
even call it food.)
I don't see how it can be "crap food" because it's
usually corn, mashed potatoes, a brownie or some
other dessert and real meat like chicken on the
bone.
And enough preservatives to keep your old
wrinkled ass upright for another day.
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-26 22:33:20 UTC
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Cook/bake, what's the difference? It's still crap food. (If one can
even call it food.)
I don't see how it can be "crap food" because it's
usually corn, mashed potatoes, a brownie or some
other dessert and real meat like chicken on the
bone.
And enough preservatives to keep your old
wrinkled ass upright for another day.
I read the label and aside from salt there are
not too many added preservatives.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the
essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
Pandora
2020-03-26 23:26:51 UTC
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Cook/bake, what's the difference? It's still crap food. (If one can
even call it food.)
I don't see how it can be "crap food" because it's usually corn,
mashed potatoes, a brownie or some other dessert and real meat like
chicken on the bone.
And enough preservatives to keep your old wrinkled ass upright for
another day.
I read the label and aside from salt there are not too many added
preservatives.
Even *some* is too many, IMHO.
Pandora
2020-03-26 22:18:47 UTC
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Cook/bake, what's the difference? It's still crap food. (If one can
even call it food.)
I don't see how it can be "crap food" because it's usually corn, mashed
potatoes, a brownie or some other dessert and real meat like chicken on
the bone.
With tons of preservatives. Eat hearty!
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-26 22:34:31 UTC
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With tons of preservatives. Eat hearty!
No, only minor amounts of preservatives.
Perhaps a little heavy on the sodium chloride
but I've always enjoyed added salt.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the
essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
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2020-03-26 21:33:46 UTC
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And YOU cook frozen Hungry Man dinners.
Wrong answer, Grandora. I bake them in my
gas oven. They taste quite delicious that way.
No fuss, no muss no tiresome cleanup. And, only
$2.28 at Walmart. Only $3.25 for the Hungry Man
size. Walmat is a good place to shop for food.
The last gallon of whole milk I bought there was
only ninety-eight cents.
mountain men don't eat tv dinners i know because i don't
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2020-03-26 19:56:47 UTC
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On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years
ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget.
I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.  I've
cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only use
the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work
because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
Raven
2020-03-26 20:36:15 UTC
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On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years ago,
when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.  I've
cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only use the
crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because
there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
I don't see why that wouldn't work with a
bit of modification. My easiest smoker
looks sorta like an apartment fridge its
electric and uses those wood shavings.

Most smoking competitions won't let you use
those cuz they're too easy.
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On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years
ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new
gaget.  I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.  I've
cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs
or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only
use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to
work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
I don't see why that wouldn't work with a
bit of modification. My easiest smoker
looks sorta like an apartment fridge its
electric and uses those wood shavings.
Most smoking competitions won't let you use
those cuz they're too easy.
mine's electric and the box it stainless steel i think ,
or maybe some kind of aluminum and it opens like a roll top desk
Raven
2020-03-26 21:00:47 UTC
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Post by Skeeter
On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years ago,
when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget.  I
already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.  I've
cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only use the
crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because
there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
I don't see why that wouldn't work with a
bit of modification. My easiest smoker
looks sorta like an apartment fridge its
electric and uses those wood shavings.
Most smoking competitions won't let you use
those cuz they're too easy.
mine's electric and the box it stainless steel i think ,
or maybe some kind of aluminum and it opens like a roll top desk
Yea? I also have two of those barrel smokers, one
is electric and the other runs on charcoal. They're
also fairly cheap but I'm curious about this pellet
gizmo, it creates the heat and smoke from the same
pelllets pellets they're supposed to burn fairly clean.

I'll let you know if i like it in a week or two, it's
supposed to show up here Monday, along with the Apple
pellets.
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Post by Skeeter
On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of
years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new
gaget.  I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to
mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.
I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking
ribs or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I
only use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring
chili to work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
I don't see why that wouldn't work with a
bit of modification. My easiest smoker
looks sorta like an apartment fridge its
electric and uses those wood shavings.
Most smoking competitions won't let you use
those cuz they're too easy.
mine's electric and the box it stainless steel i think ,
or maybe some kind of aluminum and it opens like a roll top desk
Yea? I also have two of those barrel smokers, one
is electric and the other runs on charcoal. They're
also fairly cheap but I'm curious about this pellet
gizmo, it creates the heat and smoke from the same
pelllets pellets they're supposed to burn fairly clean.
I'll let you know if i like it in a week or two, it's
supposed to show up here Monday, along with the Apple
pellets.
sounds like fun i see if my store has anything like that after you tell
me how well it works
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On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
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For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years
ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget. 
I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to
mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've
cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to
throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs or
barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only use
the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work
because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
I don't see why that wouldn't work with a
bit of modification. My easiest smoker
looks sorta like an apartment fridge its
electric and uses those wood shavings.
Most smoking competitions won't let you use
those cuz they're too easy.
mine's electric and the box it stainless steel i think ,
or maybe some kind of aluminum and it opens like a roll top desk
Yea? I also have two of those barrel smokers, one
is electric and the other runs on charcoal. They're
also fairly cheap but I'm curious about this pellet
gizmo, it creates the heat and smoke from the same
pelllets pellets they're supposed to burn fairly clean.
I'll let you know if i like it in a week or two, it's
supposed to show up here Monday, along with the Apple
pellets.
sounds like fun i see if my store has anything like that after you tell me
how well it works
Heck yea, I mean if it's as good as the reviews
it will be money well spent. You mentioned youtube
earlier, there's a youtube video or two about this
thing on there, in fact that's where I found it when
I was searching for a portable pellet grill.
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On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of
years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new
gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not
to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.
I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready
to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm
cooking China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm
cooking ribs or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside
grill.  I only use the crock pot and the electric fry pan
when I bring chili to work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
I don't see why that wouldn't work with a
bit of modification. My easiest smoker
looks sorta like an apartment fridge its
electric and uses those wood shavings.
Most smoking competitions won't let you use
those cuz they're too easy.
mine's electric and the box it stainless steel i think ,
or maybe some kind of aluminum and it opens like a roll top desk
Yea? I also have two of those barrel smokers, one
is electric and the other runs on charcoal. They're
also fairly cheap but I'm curious about this pellet
gizmo, it creates the heat and smoke from the same
pelllets pellets they're supposed to burn fairly clean.
I'll let you know if i like it in a week or two, it's
supposed to show up here Monday, along with the Apple
pellets.
sounds like fun i see if my store has anything like that after you
tell me how well it works
Heck yea, I mean if it's as good as the reviews
it will be money well spent. You mentioned youtube
earlier, there's a youtube video or two about this
thing on there, in fact that's where I found it when
I was searching for a portable pellet grill.
i don't want to spend too much because i don't use one that much
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On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of years
ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new gaget.
I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to
mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. I've
cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready to
throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking ribs
or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I only
use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring chili to
work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
I don't see why that wouldn't work with a
bit of modification. My easiest smoker
looks sorta like an apartment fridge its
electric and uses those wood shavings.
Most smoking competitions won't let you use
those cuz they're too easy.
mine's electric and the box it stainless steel i think ,
or maybe some kind of aluminum and it opens like a roll top desk
Yea? I also have two of those barrel smokers, one
is electric and the other runs on charcoal. They're
also fairly cheap but I'm curious about this pellet
gizmo, it creates the heat and smoke from the same
pelllets pellets they're supposed to burn fairly clean.
I'll let you know if i like it in a week or two, it's
supposed to show up here Monday, along with the Apple
pellets.
sounds like fun i see if my store has anything like that after you tell me
how well it works
Heck yea, I mean if it's as good as the reviews
it will be money well spent. You mentioned youtube
earlier, there's a youtube video or two about this
thing on there, in fact that's where I found it when
I was searching for a portable pellet grill.
i don't want to spend too much because i don't use one that much
Exactly my thought when I found out it's $194
with free shipping.
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On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of
years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new
gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not
to mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and
carrots.  I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally
ready to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm
cooking China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm
cooking ribs or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the
outside grill.  I only use the crock pot and the electric
fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
I don't see why that wouldn't work with a
bit of modification. My easiest smoker
looks sorta like an apartment fridge its
electric and uses those wood shavings.
Most smoking competitions won't let you use
those cuz they're too easy.
mine's electric and the box it stainless steel i think ,
or maybe some kind of aluminum and it opens like a roll top desk
Yea? I also have two of those barrel smokers, one
is electric and the other runs on charcoal. They're
also fairly cheap but I'm curious about this pellet
gizmo, it creates the heat and smoke from the same
pelllets pellets they're supposed to burn fairly clean.
I'll let you know if i like it in a week or two, it's
supposed to show up here Monday, along with the Apple
pellets.
sounds like fun i see if my store has anything like that after you
tell me how well it works
Heck yea, I mean if it's as good as the reviews
it will be money well spent. You mentioned youtube
earlier, there's a youtube video or two about this
thing on there, in fact that's where I found it when
I was searching for a portable pellet grill.
i don't want to spend too much because i don't use one that much
Exactly my thought when I found out it's $194
with free shipping.
they might not even ship to hear
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2020-03-26 22:12:20 UTC
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On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of
years ago, when
they were hot at Christmas, but just thought it was a new
gaget. I already
had two crockpots (different sizes) and a rice cooker, not to
mention many
cast iron accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots. 
I've cooked my
fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm finally ready
to throw out
the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking
ribs or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I
only use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring
chili to work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking
utensil, that instant pot. You can make a roast
taste like you cooked it all day in about an
hour or so, plus many other recipes including
no soak beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking,
I've been curious about these pellet smokers
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or
https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any
good or not, but for less than $200 I figure
it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so long
as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under
$9 bucks to try it out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's
supposed to reach almost 500 degrees too if you
want to sear something, it has a thermostat on
it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old ,
it still manages to make trout taste great
Yea, I have both charcoal and electric smokers
already but this will be my first pellet
smoker/grill.
i have an old fridge i hope to make a smoker out of this summer
I don't see why that wouldn't work with a
bit of modification. My easiest smoker
looks sorta like an apartment fridge its
electric and uses those wood shavings.
Most smoking competitions won't let you use
those cuz they're too easy.
mine's electric and the box it stainless steel i think ,
or maybe some kind of aluminum and it opens like a roll top desk
Yea? I also have two of those barrel smokers, one
is electric and the other runs on charcoal. They're
also fairly cheap but I'm curious about this pellet
gizmo, it creates the heat and smoke from the same
pelllets pellets they're supposed to burn fairly clean.
I'll let you know if i like it in a week or two, it's
supposed to show up here Monday, along with the Apple
pellets.
sounds like fun i see if my store has anything like that after you tell
me how well it works
Heck yea, I mean if it's as good as the reviews
it will be money well spent. You mentioned youtube
earlier, there's a youtube video or two about this
thing on there, in fact that's where I found it when
I was searching for a portable pellet grill.
i don't want to spend too much because i don't use one that much
Exactly my thought when I found out it's $194
with free shipping.
they might not even ship to hear
Amazon prolly does, no?
MK
2020-03-27 00:47:23 UTC
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I noticed that *YOU* can get away with misspelling, but I cannot. I don't
have the simple MS checker no more, it's permanently stuck to my foreign
newsreader.
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they might not even ship to here
I noticed that *YOU* can get away with misspelling, but I cannot. I don't
have the simple MS checker no more, it's permanently stuck to my foreign
newsreader.
maybe because i make fun of getting a free spell checker
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2020-03-26 22:44:33 UTC
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Post by MK
For mentioning the Instant Pot. I remembered a couple of
years ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought
it was a new gaget. I already had two crockpots (different
sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron
accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.
I've cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm
finally ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking
ribs or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I
only use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring
chili to work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking utensil, that
instant pot. You can make a roast taste like you cooked it all day
in about an hour or so, plus many other recipes including no soak
beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking, I've been curious
about these pellet smokers but they're sort of expensive until this
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any good or not, but for
less than $200 I figure it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so
long as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under $9 bucks to try it
out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to reach
almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it has a
thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old , it still
manages to make trout taste great
I have apple and maple logs stacked up that I bust up with my hatchet to
make smoke chips. I don't do a lot of long time smoking thought - I add
the chips to the coals on the hot side of the grill a few at a time so
the ribs or the chicken on the cool side pick up the flavor.
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On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 07:27:34 -0400, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
For mentioning the Instant Pot.  I remembered a couple of
years ago, when they were hot at Christmas, but just thought
it was a new gaget.  I already had two crockpots (different
sizes) and a rice cooker, not to mention many cast iron
accessories.
I've made corned beef and cabbage with potoes and carrots.
I've cooked my fourth roast and pototoes and oninons, and I'm
finally ready to throw out the about appliances.
Thanks again, Skeet!
I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking
China people food.  Then I use my wok.  Or when I'm cooking
ribs or barbecuing chicken I'll switch to the outside grill.  I
only use the crock pot and the electric fry pan when I bring
chili to work because there's no stove there.
Nobody asked you post humper?
That's the best $90 I've ever spent on a cooking utensil, that
instant pot. You can make a roast taste like you cooked it all day
in about an hour or so, plus many other recipes including no soak
beans real quick.
Here's my latest adventure in outdoor cooking, I've been curious
about these pellet smokers but they're sort of expensive until this
https://www.amazon.com/Country-Smokers-CSPEL015010497-Pellet-Smoker/dp/B07VNN775P
Or https://tinyurl.com/yx7tep2w
It hasn't arrived yet so I dunno if it's any good or not, but for
less than $200 I figure it's worth a shot, plus it's portable so
long as you have an electric outlet.
I bought 20 pounds of apple pellets for under $9 bucks to try it
out with.
Any of you guys have a pellet smoker/grill? It's supposed to reach
almost 500 degrees too if you want to sear something, it has a
thermostat on it that they claim is somewhat accurate.
i use shavings not pellets but my smoker is really old , it still
manages to make trout taste great
I have apple and maple logs stacked up that I bust up with my hatchet to
make smoke chips.  I don't do a lot of long time smoking thought - I add
the chips to the coals on the hot side of the grill a few at a time so
the ribs or the chicken on the cool side pick up the flavor.
i can't get the wood chip flavors i want off the local trees ,
there's no cherry or hickory trees here
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2020-03-27 00:51:01 UTC
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I have apple and maple logs stacked up that I bust up with my hatchet to
make smoke chips. I don't do a lot of long time smoking thought - I add
the chips to the coals on the hot side of the grill a few at a time so the
ribs or the chicken on the cool side pick up the flavor.
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2020-03-26 02:38:36 UTC
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I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
I was happy doing the same above, and still do use my outdoor grill. My
grandma used one of the old pressure cookers and loved them, but I was
always scared I might blow my kitchen up. Instant Pots are easy, when you
get the hang of it.
Post by mixed nuts
What are potoes, pototoes and oninons? Are thems thar some kind of Okie
food?
Some typos so Checkmate would have plenty to bitch about.

Heres one just for you. :-)
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I use regular pans and a regular stove except when I'm cooking China
people food. Then I use my wok. Or when I'm cooking ribs or barbecuing
chicken I'll switch to the outside grill. I only use the crock pot and
the electric fry pan when I bring chili to work because there's no stove
there.
I was happy doing the same above, and still do use my outdoor grill. My
grandma used one of the old pressure cookers and loved them, but I was
always scared I might blow my kitchen up. Instant Pots are easy, when you
get the hang of it.
Post by mixed nuts
What are potoes, pototoes and oninons? Are thems thar some kind of Okie
food?
Some typos so Checkmate would have plenty to bitch about.
Heres one just for you. :-)
I saw those and didn't even bother with them. Half the time you sound
like you speak Ebonics anyway, so why bother with the low-hanging fruit?
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I saw those and didn't even bother with them. Half the time you sound
like you speak Ebonics anyway, so why bother with the low-hanging fruit?
Low hanging fruit? Does that mean you wouldn't
be interested in fondling her boobs?

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2020-03-26 18:42:01 UTC
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I saw those and didn't even bother with them. Half the time you sound
like you speak Ebonics anyway, so why bother with the low-hanging fruit?
Low hanging fruit? Does that mean you wouldn't
be interested in fondling her boobs?
<snickers>
The ones she has to sling over shoulders to keep them out of her dinner
plate?
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2020-03-26 19:01:00 UTC
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I saw those and didn't even bother with them. Half the time you sound
like you speak Ebonics anyway, so why bother with the low-hanging fruit?
Low hanging fruit? Does that mean you wouldn't
be interested in fondling her boobs?
<snickers>
The ones she has to sling over shoulders to keep them out of her dinner
plate?
Yup, them udders.
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Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the
essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and
not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." __Henry David Thoreau
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2020-03-26 19:13:04 UTC
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I saw those and didn't even bother with them. Half the time you sound
like you speak Ebonics anyway, so why bother with the low-hanging fruit?
Low hanging fruit? Does that mean you wouldn't
be interested in fondling her boobs?
<snickers>
The ones she has to sling over shoulders to keep them out of her dinner
plate?
Yup, them udders.
are you going to talk about my dick anymore
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-03-26 19:23:51 UTC
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are you going to talk about my dick anymore
Always bin PeeScent.

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2020-03-27 00:53:06 UTC
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I saw those and didn't even bother with them. Half the time you sound
like you speak Ebonics anyway, so why bother with the low-hanging fruit?
Low hanging fruit? Does that mean you wouldn't
be interested in fondling her boobs?
<snickers>
The ones she has to sling over shoulders to keep them out of her dinner
plate?
Yup, them udders.
are you going to talk about my dick anymore
Hell no! They are like third graders, looking at my tits!
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2020-03-26 19:01:14 UTC
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On Thu, 26 Mar 2020 10:21:33 -0400 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
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I saw those and didn't even bother with them. Half the time you sound
like you speak Ebonics anyway, so why bother with the low-hanging fruit?
Low hanging fruit? Does that mean you wouldn't
be interested in fondling her boobs?
<snickers>
The ones she has to sling over shoulders to keep them out of her dinner
plate?
the one's that make her look down and think she's got 6 toes
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2020-03-26 19:15:44 UTC
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On Thu, 26 Mar 2020 10:21:33 -0400 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
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I saw those and didn't even bother with them. Half the time you sound
like you speak Ebonics anyway, so why bother with the low-hanging fruit?
Low hanging fruit? Does that mean you wouldn't
be interested in fondling her boobs?
<snickers>
The ones she has to sling over shoulders to keep them out of her dinner
plate?
Gerg slings dicks right into his pie hole
and pretends they're large clits.
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2020-03-26 19:28:11 UTC
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  On Thu, 26 Mar 2020 10:21:33 -0400  "Sir Hømer Hall,  Esq." put
I saw those and didn't even bother with them.  Half the time you
sound like you speak Ebonics anyway, so why bother with the
low-hanging fruit?
Low hanging fruit?  Does that mean you wouldn't
be interested in fondling her boobs?
<snickers>
The ones she has to sling over shoulders to keep them out of her
dinner plate?
Gerg slings dicks right into his pie hole
and pretends they're large clits.
LOL
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