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    I have no clue what the two grains are on my...

    I have no clue what the two grains are on my grandfather's whet stone... He died in 1950 when my mom was only 5 years old...

    Grandma packed up the family and moved to the city. They tossed the...
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    I think the argument he's making is related to...

    I think the argument he's making is related to cheap bamboo cutting boards that see frequent use. When you think of a bamboo stalk there are segments that end in a node. The wood in that note is much...
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    Don't even get me started on wooden spoons... I...

    Don't even get me started on wooden spoons... I don't use them. I only use silicone or metal.

    Truth be told I have like 3 different spoons and spatulas... I love those three so much I just wash...
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    There's a certain amount of debate and...

    There's a certain amount of debate and consideration here with butcher block and cutting boards etc...

    At my old house, I made a butcher block top for a side island I built. I made it out of...
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    In my former life, before changing careers to be...

    In my former life, before changing careers to be a freelance writer and journalist, I worked in advertising. I've pretty much help every position in the advertising industry except for CEO. For a two...
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    Is it propane or a natural gas hook up? My...

    Is it propane or a natural gas hook up?

    My Step father in law had a place with a natural gas hook up and I was not impressed. Admittedly it might have been the grill, but I think the fact that NG...
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    The first time I ever did beer can chicken was a...

    The first time I ever did beer can chicken was a total surprise to me. I stopped in to visit my in-laws and their in-laws were visiting... I didn't know until I walked through the door that my...
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    Looks like I'm hosting a "Duck Munch" event this...

    Looks like I'm hosting a "Duck Munch" event this weekend... I have a line on some pasture raised Ancona and Saxony ducks.

    There's some debate on how to prepare them... The rotisserie attachment...
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    Keep at it!

    Keep at it!
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    Yeah every week there is some steak on a crazy...

    Yeah every week there is some steak on a crazy sale up here... My daughter and I chowing steak and asparagus with reckless abandon these days!
  • While I'm inclined to agree with you... There is...

    While I'm inclined to agree with you... There is a certain argument to be made about having something like a gopro or other documenting tool... If you're in an urban environment you'll need to...
  • Sorry I haven't posted more guys... Business has...

    Sorry I haven't posted more guys... Business has been booming for me. Making the best money of my life, so I'm really making hay while the sun is shining.

    On a sustainability note...

    Raising...
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    Yeah a century ago the Rhode Island Red was the...

    Yeah a century ago the Rhode Island Red was the gold standard in chickens. They were the best laying breed (Average 5 eggs a week!) and they also grow to a nice size in a reasonable amount of time. ...
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    It wasn't anything special, I think it was a...

    It wasn't anything special, I think it was a landrace or a yorkshire... Probably a house breed. It was just raised better than commercial hogs.

    The guy just raises pigs as a hobby. He owns a...
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    I butchered that hog last fall... It was pasture...

    I butchered that hog last fall... It was pasture raised and then corn finished the last couple weeks of it's life. Interesting the depth of flavor in the meat, beyond just what the fat offers you in...
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    This time of year all the cadillac grills are...

    This time of year all the cadillac grills are available to you, but you'll pay top price for them. As the spring drags into summer they'll start going on sale more and more. Especially charcoal...
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    I don't know what's going on with the beef market...

    I don't know what's going on with the beef market up here. For some reason T-bone and Porterhouse steaks keep going on sale for $6.99 a pound!

    My daughter loves steak, so we're just chowing down...
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    Spot on... Flank Steak... Or even better... If...

    Spot on... Flank Steak... Or even better... If you can find it Inside Skirt steak. Depending on where you live inside skirt might be hard to find. Ethnic markets that sell primarily to Latin American...
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    Boy I was faced with a dilemma yesterday. I...

    Boy I was faced with a dilemma yesterday.

    I had $9 in my pocket...
    Butcher had T-bone steaks for $6.99 a pound... Or a 4 pound bag of riblets for $9

    My daughter and I wanted the T-bone......
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    Yeah yesterday was a real blast for me... Went...

    Yeah yesterday was a real blast for me... Went out to the barn to get some fresh laid eggs to make pasta for a manicotti... Found out that the rain we had earlier in the day pooled around the barn...
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