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New York Prime Meat USDA Prime Veal Loin Chop 1 inch thick 4 Count 32 Ounce Packaged in Film Freezer Paper

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Posted by mark - June 30, 2017 at 9:51 pm

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How I can make restaurant quality sandwiches and salads at home??

Lets, get one thing straight before everyone accuses me of being a bad cook, I am a very good cook when it comes to meals that come with a recipe or that are already in my head. But I would love to make restaurant quality sandwiches and salads.You know what I mean when I make a sandwich or salad at home it doesn’t taste as good as it does as certain restaurants. Someone help… I’m sure this sounds weird to some of you but I would love to make good deli-like sandwiches and restaurant-like salads at home.

P.S. Please no avocado or gaucomole, Any meat and any veggetable are fine. Also oils, cheeses, dressing etc. give me the works.
L.O.L.

The sandwiches can be hot too. You know share with me different breads and exotic cheeses. And different taste for the salads.

ok try this webby

http://www.fbnr.com/Finder/SearchLists/144.htm

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HOMBAK – Wood shaving mill

The HOMBAK Wood Shaving Mill produces wood shavings with a capacity up to 6 tons bone dried per hour. The raw material may be round wood, pulp wood, low-grade logs, slabs, and other similar waste wood.Softwoods or the softer hardwoods (such as aspens and poplars) may be shaved, green or dry, with or without the bark. The primary use is bedding for poultry, horses, and other animals, but there are many other applications. With our wood shaving mill you get thin flakes in highest quality with a minimum of a stand still time in comparison to compatitve products. Re grinding outside the machine while continuing production is possible.

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Posted by mark - June 29, 2017 at 7:55 pm

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Muppet Monster Adventure: Part 24 – Temple of Pork – Part 1

Ok, Back to this playthrough again. I had some confusion with this level and struggled to fine i think 4 of the 7 Muppet Tokens here. I went back to this level yesterday and managed to find them. I accidently recorded too loud so the sound quality wont be very good at those bits.

So yeah, This is the “temple of pork”. Alot of swimming in this level. THe second part will probably be up tomrow.
High quality test here too

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Posted by mark -  at 7:34 am

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Making Delicious Smoked Meats With A Propane Smoker

People all over the world enjoy the rich and earthy taste of smoked meat and fish. This form of cooking foods has a long history and helps to ensure that the meat can be eaten safely and with a wonderful flavor. There are many hobbyists who enjoy using a smoker at home to make their own smoked meats and other items. A vast amount of these smoker enthusiasts use a propane smoker for all their gourmet meal preparations. Propane smokers have a number of advantages and disadvantages, as well, when compared to other types of smokers.

Using A Propane Smoker For Your Smoking Needs

One obvious advantage of using the propane smoker to prepare an array of smoked foods is that the propane is readily available and can be taken anywhere. This mobility allows a person to carry the smoker with them on vacations or in remote areas. A propane tank is easily attached to the smoker to provide the fuel that it needs to do a proper job on cooking the meats. With the electric type of smoker, there is always the concern of a power outage, and in this case, the smoker would quit and the meat would spoil in the meantime.

Propane smokers usually come with a heavy door and several grids on the interior which hold the meat, fish, turkey or chicken in place while it is being smoked. The door opening allows wood or water to be easily added during the smoking process and allows someone easy access to checking on the status of the food itself. A cast iron smoker box is a popular feature, as well as a porcelain-covered water pan. Each of these features help to ensure that the food will be cooked to smoking perfection.

As with every item available on the market, some propane smokers are more expensive than others, and the price usually varies depending on the size and quality of the smoker. $150 to $200 is an approximate price to pay for a propane smoker that can be enjoyed in one’s home to create anything from the most traditional of barbeques to an exotic meal of exquisitely smoked fish. Having a gathering or party at one’s home can be especially exciting with a simple smoker to keep everyone coming back for more. The aroma of the meat or fish while smoking is a wonderful scent. Overall, these handy tools make a great addition to any meat-lover’s home.

Ann Marier
http://www.articlesbase.com/advice-articles/making-delicious-smoked-meats-with-a-propane-smoker-128039.html

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Posted by mark - June 28, 2017 at 6:39 pm

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How to cook great BBQ Meat with quality produce

This video tells us about Coorong Angus Beef, which is restaurant quality Angus Beef which is avaliable direct to all consumers through Feast! Fine Food stores.

The video also provides tips on cooking your steak to perfection on a barbecue. Additionally the video tells us why many of the lesser known cuts of beef (e.g Blade) can still provide a very tasty result.

The video also looks at ‘Marbling’ which occurs with Coorong Angus Beef. It explains what it is and how it intensifies the flabour of the beef.

Coorong Angus Beef as well as many other cuts of branded beef are avaliable at all Feast! Fine Foods stores. Check us out online at www.feastfinefoods.com.au

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Prime BEEF Supports FOB Walton

The folks of the Triple 7 Prime BEEF Squadron travel from one construction project to the next throughout Afghanistan. Air Force Master Sgt. Samantha Lowe reports on Prime BEEF building structures so others can build trust.

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Posted by mark - June 27, 2017 at 5:15 pm

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Gex: Enter the Gecko OST – Mooshoo Pork

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Individual sow housing benefits the animals – and people

A hog farmer from Friend, Neb., explains why sows are housed individually and how that individual care benefits the animals, helps maintain herd health and ultimately provides quality pork.

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Posted by mark - June 26, 2017 at 3:24 pm

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How to Make Homemade Baby Food

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