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Post 61 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 19:58
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Last night I made Burgers laced with spices and tabasco with melted jack and sharp chedder.

No buns needed, cutting carbs was yummy.

Will be doing a tri-tip this weekend, my personal fav!

Has been

I did make some dear friends there that I would drop everything for them in a time of need, did not want to make it like I hated the place and the people completely.

You ever been to one of those snake/serpant church services




Promise to stay on topic now;)
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Post 62 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 20:22
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On June 11, 2013 at 19:58, BigWood said...
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You ever been to one of those snake/serpant church services

No.  Those are Pentecostals.  


I actually mis-spoke previously.  My PaPaw wasn't a Freewill Baptist Minister. He was an Old Regular Baptist.    

Yes, there's a difference.  

No singing.
No musical instruments.
No haircuts for the ladies.  

But you get "foot washin's"   and best of all  NO SNAKES.

I know exactly what you mean/meant about Ky.  It's a great place.  If you're from there.  If you're not, you could live there 100 years and they'd say, well we've been here since FDR.  Probably call you a Yankee too. LOL. 

Fortunately, I benefit from it.  Where my granparents lived, it's such a small place stuck in the hills, there were really only 3 different families there for a very long time.  I'm a product of the merging of 2 of those families.  So when I go down home, I can say my last name and they'll treat me like a long lost relative.  Because in reality, I probably am.

I know the jokes are coming but it's reality, my granparents were 2nd cousins.  But when you think about it, in the early 1900's, you're stuck in the hills of Ky. Who else are you supposed to marry?  It's not like you're gonna walk your lilly white ass out of those hills. 

I can turn on a respecatble Ky accent so fast that you'd think I just walked out of those hills.

Since that's where my family is from, I find it all terribly interesting.  
Post 63 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 20:26
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On June 11, 2013 at 19:35, Hasbeen said...
 Ooh.  How is swordfish on the grill?  Is that something you make often?  How do you cook it?  

its amazing!!!

i cook it(swordfish) about 3 time a month or more, mahi mahi is my fish of choice on the grill...

a little fresh cracked sea salt, a little fresh cracked black pepper and a lite dusting of my favorite blackening spices

i use my gas grill... high heat, after the grill is warmed up. probably 3-4 minute a side... the trick is not to over cook it... it become dry and blah...

you want to remove fish from grill and let it rest(continue cooking) for about 5 minutes on a foil covered plate. keys to doneness the outer band of muscle start to soften but its still firm if you poke it.

ahi tuna is another thing i make on the grill.... serve that rare to medium rare...omg to die for
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Post 64 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 20:59
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Dang Ed, when are you inviting us all down for a cookout? Lol, sounds awesome.
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Post 65 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 21:05
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 Yeah, it does sound delicious.  I've only had swordfish one time. I went to a fancy shmancy restaurant and had it.  I really liked it.  Almost like a steak as I remember.  I need to try this on the grill a.s.a.p
Post 66 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 21:05
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On June 11, 2013 at 20:59, Bonavox said...
Dang Ed, when are you inviting us all down for a cookout? Lol, sounds awesome.

open door policy =)

find me on face book and friend request me
Ed will be known as the Tiger Woods of the integration business, followed closely with the renaming of his company to "Hotties A/V". The tag line will be "We like big racks and tight holes"...
Post 67 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 21:09
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On June 11, 2013 at 21:05, Hasbeen said...
 Yeah, it does sound delicious.  I've only had swordfish one time. I went to a fancy shmancy restaurant and had it.  I really liked it.  Almost like a steak as I remember.  I need to try this on the grill a.s.a.p

dont over cook it... it will taste like shoe leather....

another trick beside being fresh, bring up to room temperature before they hit the grill
Ed will be known as the Tiger Woods of the integration business, followed closely with the renaming of his company to "Hotties A/V". The tag line will be "We like big racks and tight holes"...
Post 68 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 21:29
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On June 10, 2013 at 20:36, BigWood said...
Hasbeen,

Oldham County, Crestwood 20 miles outside Louisville in the country 1.5 acres 5k sqft house. It was beautiful.

Born and raised here in So Cal, moved there for 4 years. Terrible economy there, horrible. Sold the house and moved back to So Cal.

When I was on my property I was in heaven, trying to make a living for me and the wife was another story.

Did a stint with a Home Theater/Automation company there, did not realize it was on its way out at the time. Did learn a lot though in the time I was there about Interior designers/Contractors/Architects and the like!

I am looking for a High End shop here in So Cal to work for, I have so much to give, looking for somebody that still has the passion, to give it to.

So on one hand I left willingly, on the other was escorted out by the economy!

The wife is a city girl, loves to shop, HATES the snow.

To say the very least they do things very differently back there, not that its bad, just very different.

My god the thunderstorms were FREEKIN AWESOME though, the tornadoes sucked big sack!

Hey Wood!!! Come to work in the beautiful NorthWest!!! We are looking for a few good men!
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Post 69 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 21:31
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I started a new face book group.... Cooking with Ed ~ a place about cooking, cigars and libations... feel free to join
Ed will be known as the Tiger Woods of the integration business, followed closely with the renaming of his company to "Hotties A/V". The tag line will be "We like big racks and tight holes"...
Post 70 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 22:52
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I use the "3-2-1" recipe for ribs and they are consistantly great. After applying a dry rub:

- smoker at a consistant 250 deg
- 3 hrs on the grate with constant smoke (prefer cherry)
- 2 hrs on the grate, wrapped in foil with a heavy spritz of apple juice (ribs will be falling apart)
- 1 hr on grate, foil unwrapped to firm ribs back up
- serve with an Ommegang Three Philosophers

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Post 71 made on Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 23:57
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Mr Stanley check your PM
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Post 72 made on Wednesday June 12, 2013 at 17:49
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Ever deep fry swordfish then dip in chocolate?
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Post 73 made on Wednesday June 12, 2013 at 17:57
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On June 12, 2013 at 17:49, Mr. Stanley said...
Ever deep fry swordfish then dip in chocolate?

no but i have deep fried an entire prime rib... next level yumminess...

please tell me you are not making this up bruce....
Ed will be known as the Tiger Woods of the integration business, followed closely with the renaming of his company to "Hotties A/V". The tag line will be "We like big racks and tight holes"...
OP | Post 74 made on Wednesday June 12, 2013 at 18:15
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On June 12, 2013 at 17:57, ceied said...
no but i have deep fried an entire prime rib... next level yumminess...

Hmmmm, never tried that. I've grilled several with a nice garlic and fresh herb crust.

Btw, you've got me craving fish. I may have to grill some up this weekend
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Post 75 made on Wednesday June 12, 2013 at 18:35
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No but there is a company that dips bacon dipped in chocolate and sprinkles on sea-salt. sounds great!
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