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2014-04-06 02:10:37 AM

Smeggy Smurf: Bathia_Mapes: Smeggy Smurf: Bathia_Mapes: Smeggy Smurf: soosh: Bathia_Mapes: brownlady79: Oh crud, I just realized what time it was.  Anybody have the other link? The tune-in link isn't working for me, like usual because I'm in chrome.

I haven't been posting the other link because it's apparently dead. I haven't been able to get it to work for a couple of months now.

I think they've upgraded it, actually.  It's been working better for me.  But some Ad-Block extensions seem to disable it, I've noticed.

Thanks for the help guys, but I don't see a "listen live" anywhere :/

I'll grab my smart phone

and that's what it does when they do.Smeggy Smurf: I keep getting an error trying to connect.  It's operator error isn't it?

which link are you using?

the one to the left.  I'm also using Chrome if that matters

Try this one: KRNN web stream

Not working.  I'm going to blame tequila and sleep deprivation

Bummer :-(

haha!  Flashblock you motherfarker were the problem.  Rock on soosh


Didn't think of that myself, but it makes sense.
 
2014-04-06 02:10:47 AM

Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).


That's not the way my family does it.
 
2014-04-06 02:11:11 AM

soosh: A Grand Don't Come For Free?


Once you're show is over I'll nave to check it out it's bookmarked now, thanks.
 
2014-04-06 02:11:31 AM
ammabout to do some flat-footin'
 
2014-04-06 02:11:41 AM
Soosh:  Well whatever it is I am digging the living shiate out of the quality and spaciousness of the audio.  This is the first time i've "tuned in" but liking this very much.  thanks for being there
 
2014-04-06 02:11:59 AM

feckingmorons: Looks like rain.


It's been raining all afternoon & evening in my area.

Of course I'm in Oregon and it's spring, so rain is to be expected.
 
2014-04-06 02:12:40 AM

msupf: feckingmorons: brownlady79: I think that's the most I've ever heard you speak, Soosh. And not a bear mentioned once.

Bears probably don't like the rain :)

the bears are busy off in the woods doing what everyone knows bears do in the woods.


Sleeping and making more little bears?
 
2014-04-06 02:12:53 AM

brownlady79: bionicjoe: Bathia_Mapes: Tunein is working fine for me, but I don't use Chrome. Glad you're able to listen :-)

Listening to Tune-In via Chrome.
I also have my TV muted right now with Tune-In playing as a back-up.

Oh well, aren't YOU special!


Smart TVs with apps are awesome.
 
2014-04-06 02:13:00 AM

bd1709h9t: Soosh:  Well whatever it is I am digging the living shiate out of the quality and spaciousness of the audio.  This is the first time i've "tuned in" but liking this very much.  thanks for being there


"... and so it begins."
 
2014-04-06 02:13:01 AM

soosh: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

gravlax is a salt-sugar cure with alcohol and herbs and spices, pressed with weights to drive out the moisture.  lox is just a cold-cured salmon, with less flavoring added.


I do salt/sugar/black pepper, with fresh dill and smushed in the fridge with heavy thing (I may have used a dictionary once).  So gravlax is the thing I make, I suppose.

And to make you Alaskans laugh, one of the rivers in New Mexico (driving distance from me in AZ) is stocked with salmon... so there's a snagging season in the Southwest.
 
2014-04-06 02:13:27 AM

feckingmorons: brownlady79: I think that's the most I've ever heard you speak, Soosh. And not a bear mentioned once.

Bears probably don't like the rain :)


bears really haven't woken up yet.

brownlady79: I think that's the most I've ever heard you speak, Soosh. And not a bear mentioned once.


Yeah, I get a little more loquacious sometimes as I get a buzz on.
 
2014-04-06 02:13:29 AM
oh soosh, c'mon now.
 
2014-04-06 02:14:01 AM

soosh: bd1709h9t: Soosh:

soul coughing.  it's good for your ears, your mind, and your speakers.

Yes, it is.  But HOW?  Are you doing some kind of digital manipulation others do not?  Seriously, the spaciousness is driving me crazy.  I am not a nutbag (subject to differing opinions), but the difference in audio is so pronounced I really want to know.

hmm.  Dunno.  I am running the show from my Android phone using an application called Neutron, and I might have it set up to run processing that adds separation/surround, I can't remember.


or, they are really stoned or medicated in some other way. Listening on a multi-speaker setup and not hearing anything particularly different from other shows.

a few songs, mainly older stuff, has had a definite bias towards the left set of speakers, but that's all I've noticed.
 
2014-04-06 02:14:09 AM

demaL-demaL-yeH: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

That's not the way my family does it.


A lot of families wouldn't have approve of how your family does things.
 
2014-04-06 02:14:27 AM

Seikuro: bd1709h9t: Soosh:  Well whatever it is I am digging the living shiate out of the quality and spaciousness of the audio.  This is the first time i've "tuned in" but liking this very much.  thanks for being there

"... and so it begins."


I was going to say something similar, haha
 
2014-04-06 02:15:37 AM
"... and so it begins."   Happily cop to being an ignorant newbie.  So please get me up to speed....hate feeling out of the loop
 
2014-04-06 02:15:37 AM

monty666: demaL-demaL-yeH: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

That's not the way my family does it.

A lot of families wouldn't have approve of how your family does things.


oopa!
 
2014-04-06 02:16:01 AM

bd1709h9t: Soosh:  Well whatever it is I am digging the living shiate out of the quality and spaciousness of the audio.  This is the first time i've "tuned in" but liking this very much.  thanks for being there


if you have Android devices, check out Neutron.  It's a paid app, but it's pretty advanced.   On Windows machines, I use Foobar, and you can add spaciousness to that, too, but Neutron is pretty great.  I love the way music sounds played through it.
 
2014-04-06 02:16:06 AM

brownlady79: Seikuro: bd1709h9t: Soosh:  Well whatever it is I am digging the living shiate out of the quality and spaciousness of the audio.  This is the first time i've "tuned in" but liking this very much.  thanks for being there

"... and so it begins."

I was going to say something similar, haha


I would say 'get off my brainwave, space cowboy', but you've always seemed alright.
 
2014-04-06 02:16:09 AM
I see  Monty666 is here starting trouble, as usual. ;)
 
2014-04-06 02:16:21 AM
I'll always remember my friend trying to convince me that this song had a deep meaning. 

It was just gibberish that Beck made up one night in his kitchen with friends. He almost cut it from the album.
 
2014-04-06 02:17:12 AM

bd1709h9t: "... and so it begins."   Happily cop to being an ignorant newbie.  So please get me up to speed....hate feeling out of the loop


http://sacredartichoke.com/flotsam/LivingstonStaplerArchives/

The Archive.  Within a few days, tonight's show and playlist will be on there.  The Archive has everything from previous weeks.  It's like the Hitchhiker's Guide to Music.

/ so long and thanks for all the lox
 
2014-04-06 02:17:13 AM

Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).


I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.
 
2014-04-06 02:17:16 AM

monty666: demaL-demaL-yeH: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

That's not the way my family does it.

A lot of families wouldn't have approve of how your family does things.


No doubt. My kinfolk have experienced a lot of "disapproval" from the neighbors over the past few millennia.
/It still doesn't change how we do things.
 
2014-04-06 02:17:46 AM

brownlady79: I see  Monty666 is here starting trouble, as usual. ;)


HEY! I'm teaching him how to tango.
 
2014-04-06 02:17:52 AM

bd1709h9t: "... and so it begins."   Happily cop to being an ignorant newbie.  So please get me up to speed....hate feeling out of the loop


check out archives of past shows here
 
2014-04-06 02:17:55 AM

brownlady79: I see  Monty666 is here starting trouble, as usual. ;)


I just wanna hear Roadrunner by Jonathan Richman.
 
2014-04-06 02:18:14 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.


microplane. same results, 1/5th of the cleanup
 
2014-04-06 02:18:21 AM

bionicjoe: I'll always remember my friend trying to convince me that this song had a deep meaning.
It was just gibberish that Beck made up one night in his kitchen with friends. He almost cut it from the album.


That's really Beck in general, I think, at least up until the past few years.
 
2014-04-06 02:19:08 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.


Aaaaaand you've started slurring!
 
2014-04-06 02:19:46 AM
though this might be a merengeue
 
2014-04-06 02:20:07 AM
Soosh, have you tried Viper fx? it is free and awesome. Haven't gotten it to work fully with my Rom yet, but it is fantastic.
 
2014-04-06 02:20:48 AM
We are show room dummies. Much better than Cats
 
2014-04-06 02:20:56 AM
Bossa nova Kraftwerk is funny, danceable, and an improvement.
 
2014-04-06 02:20:56 AM

msupf: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.

microplane. same results, 1/5th of the cleanup


I'm stupid and don't know what this means.
 
2014-04-06 02:21:14 AM
muchas gracias
 
2014-04-06 02:21:17 AM

SuperTramp: though this might be a merengeue


file tag info says chachacha, where the version of Autobahn they did did say merengeue.
 
2014-04-06 02:21:19 AM

soosh: feckingmorons: brownlady79: I think that's the most I've ever heard you speak, Soosh. And not a bear mentioned once.

Bears probably don't like the rain :)

bears really haven't woken up yet.

brownlady79: I think that's the most I've ever heard you speak, Soosh. And not a bear mentioned once.

Yeah, I get a little more loquacious sometimes as I get a buzz on.


Maybe you should do a podcast.

I love that word, loquacious.
 
2014-04-06 02:21:56 AM

SuperTramp: brownlady79: I see  Monty666 is here starting trouble, as usual. ;)

HEY! I'm teaching him how to tango.


There are many things to say about this, but the main thing is WOOOOOOO!
 
2014-04-06 02:22:18 AM
I admit, when soosh played the song with the car failing to start, I immediately thought it was TMBG's Mesopotamians.
 
2014-04-06 02:22:30 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: msupf: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.

microplane. same results, 1/5th of the cleanup

I'm stupid and don't know what this means.


http://www.target.com/p/microplane-citrus-zester/-/A-15197502?ref=tg t_ adv_XSG10001&AFID=Google_PLA_df&LNM=15121754&CPNG=Kitchen&kpid=1512175 4&LID=PA&ci_src=17588969&ci_sku=15121754&gclid=CLvytJucy70CFcU-Mgod9WI AFg

they work wonders on things like garlic, ginger, cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, etc. etc.
 
2014-04-06 02:22:32 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: msupf: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.

microplane. same results, 1/5th of the cleanup

I'm stupid and don't know what this means.


Microplane is a fancified name for a lemon zester, Mags.
 
2014-04-06 02:23:07 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: msupf: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.

microplane. same results, 1/5th of the cleanup

I'm stupid and don't know what this means.


www.goodlifeeats.com

Very sharp.  Very efficient, especially if you want to remove parts of your finger in a hurry.
 
2014-04-06 02:24:35 AM

demaL-demaL-yeH: Bossa nova Kraftwerk is funny, danceable, and an improvement.


Señor Coconut  Check them out, they are awesome.  Guy from France moved to South America and started a band.

itsaback: Soosh, have you tried Viper fx? it is free and awesome. Haven't gotten it to work fully with my Rom yet, but it is fantastic.


I will look at it.   I've been really really happy with Neutron, though.   It's not really intuitive, but damn, you can adjust every goddamned thing imaginable, and it doesn't ever hiccup.  will play any type of file, too, which is important for me, as I have flac, ape, ogg, mp3, and various other types.
 
2014-04-06 02:24:39 AM

monty666: SuperTramp: brownlady79: I see  Monty666 is here starting trouble, as usual. ;)

HEY! I'm teaching him how to tango.

There are many things to say about this, but the main thing is WOOOOOOO!


now this song is white folks funk.
 
2014-04-06 02:24:52 AM

bd1709h9t: "... and so it begins."   Happily cop to being an ignorant newbie.  So please get me up to speed....hate feeling out of the loop


soosh basically plays whatever he's in a mood to each week. His show is broadcast from Juneau's public radio station and he's here most Saturday nights starting at 10 pm PT (convert to your own time zone as needed). He usually posts a playlist in the thread at the end of each show, plus the songs are achived and are available the day after the show at http://sacredartichoke.com/flotsam/LivingstonStaplerArchives/
 
2014-04-06 02:26:11 AM
I was trying to act all rock star and banging my guitar on my desk but then I knocked my only working lighter on the floor.
 
2014-04-06 02:26:34 AM

msupf: tinfoil-hat maggie: msupf: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.

microplane. same results, 1/5th of the cleanup

I'm stupid and don't know what this means.

http://www.target.com/p/microplane-citrus-zester/-/A-15197502?ref=tg t_ adv_XSG10001&AFID=Google_PLA_df&LNM=15121754&CPNG=Kitchen&kpid=1512175 4&LID=PA&ci_src=17588969&ci_sku=15121754&gclid=CLvytJucy70CFcU-Mgod9WI AFg

they work wonders on things like garlic, ginger, cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, etc. etc.


microplanes are indeed awesome.

demaL-demaL-yeH: tinfoil-hat maggie: msupf: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.

microplane. same results, 1/5th of the cleanup

I'm stupid and don't know what this means.

Microplane is a fancified name for a lemon zester, Mags.


they're actually just basic hardware store rasps, I think.  repurprosed to work for food.
 
2014-04-06 02:26:54 AM
 
2014-04-06 02:27:00 AM

rosekolodny: tinfoil-hat maggie: Bathia_Mapes: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: rosekolodny: demaL-demaL-yeH: monty666: soosh: Twitch Boy: I'm still at the wannabe beer snob level, but usually go for a nice amber, red, or brown with a good flavor to it. Slowly branching out into IPAs, haven't sampled that many yet.

I've never really had a "red" beer that appealed to me, and I don't like fruit beers much, but other than that, there's not a lot I don't like at least a little.  Pilsners and lagers aren't my favorite, but sometimes they have their place.

Clam juice it

Not kosher.

I thought of you in the ceviche thread the other day... did you know it's fun and easy to make your own lox?

I've been known to turn a nice chinook or two I just pulled out of Lake Superior into gravlax.

I haven't been able to figure out the difference between gravadlax and lox.  Maybe it's the dill/other spices.

Lox is prepared with a brining solution. Gravlax is a Nordic version (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, dill & juniper berries).

I don't caer what y'all are talking about I cooked a hell of a Garlic-Rosemary shrimp kebab. Next time I use the food processor instead oh mincing garlic by hand.

Aaaaaand you've started slurring!


See how it is, , I've been up since 5 am and well Yea I'm tired and had a few kinds of beers and well I want be mean or defense but this isn't the place for that.
 
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