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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by CDGator, Mar 23, 2021.
I'm no plumber but this may explain the septic tank issues.
To be fair.... my septic is running at peak performance and went approximately 2-3 times longer than a normal maintenance call. It was CD who ruined her septic. Ironically.... by driving on it. Certainly there is a "woman driver" joke to be made.
2 pages and nobody has asked for Chris Rock's opinion? Alex.
If you are ever feeling too lazy to make your own marinade, the Ken's Northern Italian is a decent marinade for boneless chicken breasts on the grill.
Helman's mixed with a large amount of blue cheese; throw in a litle italian dressing to spread it through the salad. Extra bacon is good too; it helps keep your cholesterol from plummeting!
If you've never had authentic Italian balsamic vinegar made in the traditional way I recommend you try it. It's obscenely expensive and I certainly wouldn't use it to make a vinaigrette, but it's great on cheese or vanilla ice cream.
I have, but only out at a couple restaurants. No that’s obviously not what I’m using. I like Blanton’s, and I like Old Fashioned's. But I don’t make Old Fashioned's with Blanton’s. I’ll do regular store-bought that’s moderately aged for day to day vinaigrette. But it’s incredible the difference a few dollars makes. Even using as dressing there have been bottles my wife has tried that I just could not do. Trader Joe’s is not terrible for the price point.
Girard’s is also damn good. Check this out for Asian Persuasion, Cesar, Vinaigrette, Good schit.
Good call. I consider myself an Old Fashioned connoisseur! I make them at least once a week! Favorite bourbon drink
I am now waiting on Swamp Monkey to say And Ohio Back in the late 60's and early 70's the one here in Jacksonville used to be a cruiser destination for street rods girls and beer
You old bastard.
True dat. That was over on Beach Blvd where you used to hang out
Same... I've got a feeling that Frisch's started in the Midwest, then he opened in Florida. A ton of car dealerships here in Florida are all guys that were Detroit area dealerships and then opened dealerships down here. Update: yup, started in Cincy
It’s up there for me. Though I shy away from ordering them out unless I know for a fact that they run through their bitters quickly. If they’re old and or not refrigerated, I can save time and just have my wife kick me in the head because the next day will be miserable. Same with Manhattans. Incredible drink if made right, but so often not. And between the bitters and vermouth(also spoils), there’s twice the risk. My personal favorite may be a real whiskey sour. My wife follows the original recipe with the egg white, and it’s tough to beat.
I used to like a Manhattan, but have been on an Old Fashioned kick the last several years. I'll be in Kentucky again next month, so I'll probably drink 30 or so while I'm there! I usually use Woodford or Basil Hayden's.
I love an extra smoky old fashioned. If done right it's smooth as butter.
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