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Discussion in 'Nutrition / Supplements Forum' started by Oregongearhead, Apr 6, 2014.
I love but turkey but turkey bacon does SUCK !!
Shrimp Ceviche (1 min boil shrimp/onion/tomato/cucumber/avocado/garlic/cilantro marinated in lime juice for 12hrs .)
Beef and pork ribs, brisket and lots of beer at the hotel before i head back to the island
Oh island you say?
Nice Big Brother - can't see the beers
Padre first then Mustang.
Gulf of Mexico, Corpus Christi
Water is very warm
In my cooler! Which stays in my truck which is on the beach
Ahh Padre Island , went there as a kid....very pretty .
you know how to do it ...
Pre-bedtime meal. Egg whites, ground turkey, green chile salsa and a little pepper jack cheese.
And I'm stuffed. Happy four day weekend to me
Fuck yeah. Down time and red meat. Pretty much Valhalla imo
We have a day trip planned for the wife, son with his girlfriend and myself. Going up to Franconia Notch and Kancamangus to get away. Ice cold rivers, hiking and a steep decline in human beings. Going to be fun.
Good to hear Icky
Old Jim and Mr. Miller got the best of me today. So i concocted the ultimate grilled cheese!
Loads of sharp, pepperjack and provolone tucked in to deeply salted butter lathered french bread. Toss in delectible hard salami and hardwood smoked bacon rounded off with romaine lettuce and a deep appreciation for a blanket of garlic hummus and yo ass got a meal!
Good looking sammich! How was your trip down south? Been awhile since I've seen my old stomping grounds.
Cannon mountain. The water is a brook that connects to the Basin. No crawfish
Brisket and burnt ends
Got a new set of blades for the kitchen as well. Made in USA
That doesn’t look edible
Got all those protein lentil pastas for $3.50
and that board head mayo is GOOOOD
Never wanted to leave. The water was bath temp and the sand was soft. Alot of waves too. What more could you ask for
If you ever make it to gulf coast central Florida visit Siesta Key. I swear on my atrophied testicles it is the finest, softest sand you'll ever find. Pretty much confectioners sugar. I'm not sure it's gritty if you get it in your mouth, that soft.
Phillip Creek oyster bar just off the key is a good spot for anyone who is in the area visiting. Never heard a bad word.