After my divorce I learned to do them the same way...although it brutalized the 900sq ft apt I was living in LOL.Steaks on the grill are great. But I can do a pretty good job on them with a black iron skillet on the stove when the weather is bad.
Yep keep it tasteful at least like maybe a full body mount of a Democrat or a politician or something.I don't care how rich I was, I'd avoid at all costs wasting food. Hopefully the restaurant staff got a good meal after the millionaires left.
I've got to also say that full body rhino mounts might be a bit over the top. If I was rich, I'm sure I could have some excesses, but I hope I'd try to stay grounded.
Pistols are a good thing!To inject a little 1911 back into the conversation, I snagged a couple pistols today.
A new Colt Competition and a used Kimber TLE II with a bunch of internal upgrades.
Plus a bunch of parts arriving next week to continue the project.
It looks like you about shot yourself in the foot there Old Dog, figuratively speaking of course.You guys are killing me. I had to stop by my meat guy today and pick up some tenderloins and ribeyes. Then it was on to my favorite liquor retailer (package stores on base don't always have what I need) for some Buffalo Trace. Then I noticed the Elijah Craig Small Batch was on sale. Then stopped by the LGS and almost bought a new 1911, they had a Garrison on the shelf for a decent price, and since I haven't bought a 1911 in a few weeks...Alas, when I got home, I found I was low on propane and didn't have any potatoes.
And now I realize I have no decent single malt in my liquor cabinet. Bad night.
I'll eat a55hole before I eat liver....Those who waste food have never been hungry. Having said that, I still can't eat liver!
I eat both.I snagged a few bottles last night.
I'll eat a55hole before I eat liver....
Top it all off with a Great Imagination !Good guns, good steaks, good whiskey and good wemen ….
Makes Life Great !!!
I had a bunch of Limey sailors working for me in the North sea for a while many years ago. They had some kind of bogus story about how a certain Whiskey had to sail around the horn before it was ready. Something about the rocking motion or such. Uh yea!That Talisker Storm stuff says it has a 'profoundly maritime character'. How does a single malt achieve said 'profoundly maritime character', I wonder? Do the barrels sail on a cutter 'round the cape before landing on the shelf, or do they just blend the whiskey with seaweed at the distillery? So many questions, so few answers!!!!
'Single Sargasso Storm'... now there's a cool name!