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Unread 08-06-2013, 06:56 PM   #31
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thanks man! i must work on my butcher's twine skills. i'm going to look for an object to practice on.

the second effort looked good, but was FAR from proper!
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I saw one video where the demonstration was done on a rolled bath towel. Not a bad idea for a couple of practice runs.
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Awsome! Great beer selection
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That looks great Just picked up one of those stones any good?
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That looks great Just picked up one of those stones any good?

the oval one for the adjustable rig? i love it.
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the oval one for the adjustable rig? i love it.
Haha my bad the beer.
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Haha my bad the beer.



yeah, it's great as well!
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Oh yeah!
That's what Im talking about!!!!
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You and landarc are making me think "Have I ever really been able to cook?" Nice job on both of your cooks! Just went thru his thread you added at the beginning of yours. I'd absolutley hit both!
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i'm afraid it was not the "proper" way to tie a roast. i cut about six or seven equal pieces and tied it all down the length and then with a piece about 4 times as long as the roast, i tied the longer piece at the end and wove it around each cross tie. after four trips across the belly, i tied it at the end and snipped the extra twine.

it worked, but it wasn't the right way, or the easy way (had i been able to just bang it out proper from jump street).

Maybe it would have been easier if you would have those beers BEFORE you tied it? Just saying........?













Oh...cold shower here also....YUM!!!
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That looks sensational
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