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How to Season a Cast Iron Pan

Today’s post is a guest post written by my friend (and former football coach) @sawdustjack  he knows his cast-iron cookware and since I wrote about some cast-iron goods yesterday I figured it would be good to know how to properly season one. Follow his instructions and you’ll be sure to have a top notch pan ready for […]

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Learning How to Run – Part 2

Before I get started on today’s post I’ll jut get this out of the way, yes, the image for this post is amazing. That right there is some hand done art! Amazing! Take a few minutes to absorb its glory and then begin reading the rest of this post. Today I’m going to talk about […]

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Learning How to Run Part 1

I often get friends asking me for advice when it comes to running and learning how to get into running. I’m always excited and flattered that people would even ask me for advice on such a topic. Since I have this awesome site for me to share information with people I thought it would be […]

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Making Sausages : From Pork Butt to the Plate

I was very busy making delicious meat products this past weekend. As you know from yesterday’s post I made bacon, but in addition to bacon I also made about 3 pounds of delicious smoked sausage. Making sausage is a lot more work than making bacon and requires a bit more specialty equipment (meat grinder/sausage stuffer). […]

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Making Bacon : Seven Days to Delicious

Bacon. Just saying the word gets people into a frenzy. Online we’ve got people that more or less lose their mind at the very mention of this product. Who’d have thought cured pork belly would become the sensation it has. I mean there is no denying the deliciousness of bacon nor am I trying to play down […]

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The Perfect Iced Coffee

Finally. No more stale watery lifeless home brewed iced coffee! All it took was trying about 8 different methods to finally find the one that works consistently. I’m a bit of a coffee snob, although I’ll never admit it so don’t read the first part of this sentence. I enjoy a good cup of coffee in […]

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