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Old 03-15-2012, 12:01 AM   #2465
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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.
Grits deserve individual mention, though I suppose you automatically included them under "other tasty viddles".
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Old 03-15-2012, 12:35 AM   #2466
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Shame on the beer, it'd be a sad day when I couldn't enjoy a Bridgeport Stumptown Tart during the summer.
it would be a bad day if i tried it, i like bud light with clamato juice in it. a real western beer
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Grits deserve individual mention, though I suppose you automatically included them under "other tasty viddles".
They're a mandatory side-dish to a proper Sunday morning after-church breakfast .
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Old 03-15-2012, 02:07 PM   #2469
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Had grits once when I was in the army. They were probably not prepared properly as it was like eating cream of sand.
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Had grits once when I was in the army. They were probably not prepared properly as it was like eating cream of sand.
Based on your avatar, I imagine you found them to be heavenly!
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Never eat sand; I wear one of these.

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Curious what you do for fun in the evenings after those beers .
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The shift light on my sand rail comes on a lot more often when I am drinking.
Sounds right to me....and what RPM is the shift light set at??
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6000. We have this thing that engines have only so many revolutions in them and we don't want to use them up prematurely.
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Had grits once when I was in the army. They were probably not prepared properly as it was like eating cream of sand.
I tried grits once and thought about the same. Can't like everything.


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Went to a Waffle House one time and ordered waffles and hash browns. Took forever and they tried to serve me grits. Didn't happen.
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Grits have to be cooked just right, boild the right amount of time. Even when you go to Waffle house, they will vary.
Man! Waffle House, somebody had to mention that. Now i have travel fever, i've been to the keys about 40-50 times, (key west) and i know we have stopped at Waffle House at least 2 ntimes every time we go. I can taste that steak and eggs now.
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