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I want to make these with dark chocolate and a touch of kosher salt sprinkled at the last. Nom nom nom.
Something you might try is to make your sausage from turkey bacon. It already contains the flavorings to give you that "nitrate buzz" that pork products have.
I think you need to revise the title. That's an Ultimate Beer Holder with a fishing rod attachment! :-)
I want to make this as soon as I get out of the hospital. Just watching this gave me a diabetiheartattackamastroke. I also gained 30 kilos. Whaaaaaat!? Seriously, though, it looks amazing and I want to make it. Also, what brand/model of mixer is that? I love the orbital action.
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Can't wait to try this at the wine club party this Sunday! Thanks.
Wow. That was a lot of work. Thank you for a brilliant instructable that included a science lesson in pasta! :-) I think I'll stick with bi- or tricolor noodles as the nerikomi looked like bloodshot eyeballs to me :-}
Dude, you are an Instructables Master. You have just the right balance of instruction and photographic support with an occasional video. I am in awe. Cheers.
I get a kick when vegetarians comment on meat instructables. Yes, you can make vegetarian sausage but it's kind of like saying that masturbation is the same as sex. Ya know? Y'all really need your own word for that stuff.
OMG! He said it "will depend on your use". Do you have to have the last word on everything?
"Proper"? Must be a Brit.
I wonder how I would sleep if my blanket were made of bacon? I think I would wake up cold (nom, nom, nom, brrrrrr) ;-PI am going to try this recipe as I love all the pork and mustard. However, I despise honey mustard and may switch up with a Chinese hot mustard powder for spicy or maybe a Dijon for classical savory.Cheers!
If you want the best dried rosemary, try a trick that I learnt from an old Italian maestro: Take the large sprigs and tie them together at the base. Take a paper grocery bag and secure the bunch hanging from the tied stem end in the center. Nest that bag inverted into a second bag. You create kind of a thin paper box where the moisture can escape but the air stays saturated with the volatile oils. It makes a huge (yuuuuuuuge) difference in the strength and "aroma fresco" of the final product. I've done this with oregano and it gets even better.Cheers!
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Bloody wicked! Marry me!
Freeze your bacon weaver in advance it is very easy to handle as it is stiff. Just lay in on top of the roll and as it starts to thaw it will be easily "moldable" to the roll. Your last image shows a lot of char. This is the burnt sugar from your mop sauce. I would use a vinegar-based mop sauce during the cook and save the sugar sauce for last until it just caramelizes. Much less bitter that way. Nice post!
Yum! Mine's made with Sharpie instead of ballpoint.
Actually, it's ferrous oxide and the best solvent is oxalic acid but that will also damage fine metal work. And if everyone though about anti-seize what would Yonatan24 write about? Cheers.
And did they ever. It's only the most popular brand of spray lubricant ever made.
Thanks for bringing back a long lost memory. We made these (and many other flying paper styles) way back (fell off my dinosaur launching one ;-) ) and the tube was the most fascinating. We didn't quite grasp the theory of aerodynamics but it was great fun. Can't wait to go "kill a tree" making these again. Cheers and you got my vote.
Please, oh please, write an instructable (with vid if possible) on that!
Did you work for The Donald? ;-P
Mine was not a political comment; yours is. If you remember, somebody named Donald used to have a show where he fired people. Please be positive and constructive, as per the user agreement.
Speaking of which, I think all this Instructable has rotted his brain if the best he can drink is "Milwaukee's Best". Blech.
3 days?! Epoxy?! You're not lifting a building. Just use "Redheads". Drill the hole, tighten the wedge nut to anchor, back the nut off and bingo is your nameo.
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