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  1. oldtimer

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    That's what she said...
  2. oldtimer

    External Drive Needed (CD/DVD/BR)

    There is no sanity clause.
  3. oldtimer

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    being spoken to in Russian? Yeah, same here.
  4. oldtimer

    I really want to like B better...but

    I'll have another look when I get back to the house.
  5. oldtimer

    How you cooking your bird for Thanksgiving

    Just make sure the bird isn't already injected with a saline solution, etc. Brining is not necessary, and will just make it way over salted. If the bag says injected with a saline solution, do not brine. Use a fresh non treated or frozen non treated turkey.
  6. oldtimer

    College football 2018

    My understanding of Patton was that he thought a good offense was the best defense...
  7. oldtimer

    I really want to like B better...but

    Not that I can see. Wouldn't gold make them sound too bright?
  8. oldtimer

    I really want to like B better...but

    I prefer the cane look, just as I prefer the brown grill cloth on my forte IIs.
  9. oldtimer

    How you cooking your bird for Thanksgiving

    That's what we consider, hot and fast.
  10. oldtimer

    How you cooking your bird for Thanksgiving

    Some meats can be over smoked. Brisket maybe, ribs for sure, but it's almost impossible to over smoke a pork butt. some people like it smokier than others, For me it would have to be pretty severe to be over smoked.
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    How you cooking your bird for Thanksgiving

    Schu's butterfly method is a good one. Also there's nothing like a smoked turkey if you have the time. For a simple oven roast I use an Alton Brown method. Rub the skin with peanut oil and season, but remember certain seasonings will burn. You can also rub seasoning inside the skin taking care not to break it, the last time I used a seasoned butter. Tuck the wings under, or truss, preheat the oven to 500degrees. Put the bird in feet first for 30 minutes, remove and reset the oven to 350. Using a double layer of heavy duty aluminum foil, cover the breast in a triangle, the shape from the front down to the legs determines this. Put back into the 350 oven and finish off for a couple or few hours until the dark meat thickest part of the thigh reads around 180. The foil cover keeps the breast meat from over cooking and drying out. Ideally it will be 165 when the dark meat is 185, after resting a good 30 minutes. Caveat---this method works for a 12 to 16 pound bird. If you need more it is better to cook 2 small birds instead one humongous one, which will take a different method. Also, always feet first because the back is the hotter part of the oven and the bones of the legs are not a worry.
  12. oldtimer

    Thread CRAPPING Honey Pot

    From the land of turtle head, come some of the most amazing things
  13. oldtimer

    The Last Reply Wins

    five to one baby, one in five no one here gets out alive
  14. oldtimer

    The Last Reply Wins

    Geronimo (Goyathlay) ca. 1829-1909
  15. oldtimer

    Thread CRAPPING Honey Pot

    That makes no sense. We have always been economically successful, usually more than somewhat, no matter who is the MIC. As you know, if you have paid attention, the MIC doesn't really have anything much to do with the economy anyway. The flakes are the ones who can't handle the knit ones. Try again.
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