Skinsfan1311

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About Skinsfan1311

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    The Gadget Play
  • Birthday 03/14/1964

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    Golfing, Hunting
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    Materials Specalist

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    1964
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    Football, Golf, Hunting, Snowboarding

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  1. Dork! I'll smoke a ham on the lot, 10-12lbs of Old Bay Shrimp & ****tail sauce, Kielbasa, and something else TBD. Table, grill, charcoal, fire-pit, chairs, cutlery.
  2. @TK Can you please sticky this?
  3. The Grilling and Cooking Thread

    Challenging doesn't even begin to describe those books. I love, love, LOVE Julia Child. If you want an entertaining read, check out "My Life in France" It's an autobiography, that focuses on her life when she lived in France in the late 40's/early 50's. What a wonderful, fufilling life she led. A fascinating woman. Great food is great food, regardless of the cooking method. Looks good!!
  4. Apparently, everyone slept through it! I can never sleep the night before a home game...just toss and turn. Truck is packed and I'm ready to roll to FedEx...
  5. Press Release: #REDSKINS MAKE ROSTER MOVES

    I hope Mo Harris gets a chance to make some plays.
  6. Gonna make it? It will warm up as the day goes on.
  7. Shrimp and ****tail sauce is made, getting ready to pack the truck and prep the brats. Doing a Wisconsin beer tub...which is basically cooking 'em in beer, then brown them on the grill, while sauteing onions. To serve at the tailgate, you dump the brats and onions in a pan, cover with beer and simmer until heated through. Some people do it the opposite way, grill, then simmer. I've done them both ways, and both are good. I'm going with the former, which frees up valuable tailgate socializing and drinking time! Note that I'm not bringing charcoal, or a charcoal grill. Definitely bringing a fire-pit though!
  8. It's gonna be a cold one...if you have heaters, bring 'em!
  9. I hope you can make it. You've been missed!
  10. I'm making up 4 lbs of Old Bay Shrimp and homemade ****tail sauce...I bought the shrimp and it's already thawing out. Is it possible for you bring something else? I know the Bar was running low on Jim Beam, so a big bottle of that wouldn't be unwelcome. If that ain't possible, I guess you can never have too much shrimp!
  11. The Grilling and Cooking Thread

    What kind/brand of pressure cooker do you have? I have a real nice Cuisinart, that I got after reading great reviews on it. After reading the directions, (i.e. releasing the pressure, etc), it looks a little more involved than I would like. The recipes in the manual look time consuming too. I basically want to toss stuff in it, turn it on and be done with it. I guess that I didn't know what I was getting into when we got it. It was a Md Lottery Reward prize, so returning it is not an option.If you have any tips, or suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated. Or leftover Mellow Corn!
  12. The Grilling and Cooking Thread

    Yeah, you definitely have to plan. It's all good, if we all liked the same things, life would be pretty boring....
  13. The Grilling and Cooking Thread

    I don't understand the crock-pot "hate" They're lifesavers. Load it up the morning, come home from work to delicious cooking smells. For convenience and ease of use, it can't be beat. With all due apologies to Ron Popeil, it's the orifinal "set it and forget it" kitchen tool. We have two, one of them is 30 years old, and have managed not to burn the house down yet. I just got a nice Cuisinart electric pressure cooker..After reading the directions, it looks like a pain in the ass to use.
  14. If no rain in forecast, I'll bring the firepit....