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Old 03-12-2012, 07:38 PM   #2451
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I tried bbq'n hash and it kept fallin' thru the grates. :arg:
That's when ya simply crack the top of the can open, and stick it on the grill .

We cooked it a number of times by simply sitting it on a rock by the campfire and using our leathermans to rotate the can periodically.
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After a few beers, you don't need the Leatherman.
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After a few beers, you don't need the Leatherman.
Nope, after a few beers and a hot can of hash, you need a plastic surgeon .
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Geez, don't wanna go drinkin with you guys! Sounds dangerous! Stick to the Barley sandwiches they are safer. He He!
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The shift light on my sand rail comes on a lot more often when I am drinking.
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I leave the heavy drinking to the professionals, while recording things for youtube blackmail the next day .
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I leave the heavy drinking to the weekend warriors! It takes too long to recover now. I can't drink beer anymore cause I'm allergic to it, besides I like Rum better any way.
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I leave the heavy drinking to the weekend warriors! It takes too long to recover now. I can't drink beer anymore cause I'm allergic to it, besides I like Rum better any way.
Shame on the beer, it'd be a sad day when I couldn't enjoy a Bridgeport Stumptown Tart during the summer.
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Naw, we're beyond killing threads, it's all about the Cornbeef hash, eggs, beer, and other tasty viddles .

So, what's yer favorite method for storing yer bacon fat for reuse?

I personally use an old coffee mug that I let cool to a touchable warm temp before stowing it in the fridge to cook with for about a week.
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That about covers all the major food groups. or the ones I like anyhow.
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That's when we get into the odd ones, like Rocky Mountain Oysters (Looking forward to going back to Idaho and having those again, they were good with the buttermilk ranch sauce).

Have you eaten yer raw fish yet today? I'm getting a hankering for some Seattle Rolls again with their Cream-Cheesy goodness .
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Have you eaten yer raw fish yet today? .
I don't like to eat the 'bait' while fishin.
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The shift light on my sand rail comes on a lot more often when I am drinking.
Whats a sand rail?
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