The secrets to this recipe are to burn the pork a bit to create a savory flavor and to use smoked paprika to impart a smoky flavor. Everything else about the recipe can be varied. This recipe is naturally gluten-free, lactose-free, and low carbohydrate. Required Time: 10 minutes Ingredients: 1/2 lb pre-cooked pork (ham, loin,... Continue Reading →
Take it slow. Wear gloves to save your skin, especially your knuckles. If you are scared of getting under the vehicle or do not like getting greasy and dirty, have a drink before you get started. Do not drink too much because working on heavy vehicles can be dangerous and so you need your wits... Continue Reading →
Mankind shares the same few reasons for getting drunk, but diverges toward infinity in reasons for remaining sober. One ideal reason to write is that one can fight for any case he chooses, regardless of the client's desire for assistance.
The best fruit fly trap is an old mimosa in a goblet. Fruit flies cannot resist the aromas of fruit and alcohol. Any remaining effervescence in the champagne acts to spread the scent and attract the flies. The large mouth, unlike a champagne flute, allows the aroma to spread more and more flies to enter... Continue Reading →
This works with any spice. Try allspice for a little more kick. This also presumes you are drinking eggnog properly, meaning with bourbon or rum. Presuming you only drink real eggnog because the common knockoffs are intolerable, why would you drink uncooked eggs without some booze to kill the bacteria? So the trick is to... Continue Reading →
Here, another sailor presumes to enumerate the greatest sailing movies of all time. No... Please find below some good sailing movies that will make any sailor want to go sailing, and will help pass time in the off season. Captain Ron (1992) Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003) The Riddle of the... Continue Reading →
How To Drop the Mast On a Catalina 25 (or Similar Boat) Without an A-frame, Gin Pole, or Other Additional Hardware
Mexico Viejo (in English means "old Mexican") is often busy, so aim to visit at off hours like the middle of the afternoon or on a weekday. Most of the staff are fluent in English and Spanish, so you can order in whichever language seems fun. Service is consistently good with a classic American-Mexican restaurant... Continue Reading →