Just got a new roku stick and every time I go to youtubetv I get an NFL Sunday Ticket svreen that I can't delete or get past.
Many, MANY moons ago, when we were mostly newbies we had The 700 Club.
When you posts hit 700, you posted your ass off to get OUT of The 700 Club ASAP!
For the youngsters, The 700 Club was Pat Roberts' show on the Christian Broadcast Network.
If you roast a whole turkey until the thighs and drumsticks are done, you run the risk of dried breast meat.
This year our turkey has one whole breast, two thighs, three legs, and four wings. I bought all the parts instead of the whole intact bird.
I'll smoke the breast to 155F.
Roast the rest in the air fryer (in shifts) top 175F.
Dry brining all parts.
BTW, I didn't come up with this. Watched "That Dude Can Cook" on YouTube.
I nominate Web Spoon.
Best staging and camera work and some really good recipes.
AKA "The Attitude Adjustment Hour".
We used to, back in the olden days.
There was a jukebox.
And a long mahogany bar with really comfortable bar stools.
I think there were snacks, like pretzels and peanuts?
(Just throw the shells on the floor.)
I dunno...it was a long time ago.
Like most of us geezers, I don't like change.
It's hard for me to get used to and use the new format.
If it ain't broken, don't fix it?"
Grandson is 21 and a senior at William and Mary. Right now he thinks he'd like to go back to France and teach English for a bit. He's an English major. He spent some time there as a junior and also later with his family. He's a Francophile.
Granddaughter is 16 and a sophomore in high school. We thought grandson was 'the smart one', but she may eclipse him.
She's a dedicated dancer and on the 'dance team'. (I'm not exactly sure just what that is, but I think it's good.)
Also a cheerleader. Just started driving and we're all holding our breath. She's in a Boston suburb and driving can be brutal there. Almost a contact s[port.
That's it for me.
And yes, I'm bragging.
I'm 82, 08/22/1941.
About three months prior to the Pearl Harbor attack, but I don't remeber much about that.
Ever had haggis?
Haggis (Scottish Gaelic: taigeis) is a savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck (heart, liver, and lungs), minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and cooked while traditionally encased in the animal's stomach though now an artificial casing is often used instead.
I got a can of haggis from The Caledonian Kitchen on Amazon.
It ain't cheap, but I've always been curious about what it would taste like.
I plan to fry up some and have it with a couple of fried eggs.
BTW, just found that the air fryer make great bacon and fried eggs.
I was just diagnosed about 3 months ago.
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