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Discussion in 'DVU' started by HotButteredGrits, Aug 18, 2015.
3 active hurricanes and now major 7.1 earthquake in Mexico City
Damn those buildings are really moving
Once part of the building started collapsing, I don't think I would have kept standing so close.
Son of a bitch
Hopefully it's a strong one. Love a good storm
First person to engage him bathes with their dad
Even though those thoughts are inevitable I hope they don't. It's a waste of time. Little storm like this might actually save lives not take them. I love the power of nature so while it may seem insensitive that's ok. I hope it takes that path and sends powerful thunder storms here so I can sit up here and watch.
Pulled west overnight. Aiming at LA and won't be directly over Clemson on this current track
I guess you bathe with your dad.
Better to just ignore entirely. We've gotten pretty good at it lately. I'm proud of the board for refusing to take the bait entirely the last few weeks.
You clearly don't visit the Politics thread. And you engaged him last time he posted stupid shit in here
I muted that thread a long time ago. I'm admittedly bad at taking his bait but I've been ignoring him lately. That happened several weeks ago.
Immediately followed by...
You engaged so therefore
Unsurprisingly, I don't think you know what it means to engage someone. The fact that I used "him" shows that I wasn't speaking to kyle.
Now you assholes have sidetracked this thread more than if someone had actually started arguing with him.
I engaged once. Believe it or not that shit leads to a marriage and then they frown upon you going to the strip clubs anymore.
Watch yourselves boys. Know what you are getting into.
Thinking about serving bog at my hurricane party, what do y'all think?
It will be delicious no doubt.
Got a recipe?
I'll probably just do jambalaya instead
Recipe isn't loading for some reason...
2 lbs. pork tenderloin or shoulder, 1" cubed
Salt and black pepper to taste
1 cup canola oil
1 1/2 lbs. chicken (I use the roasted chicken in the deli section)
1 1/2 lbs. sausage, sliced
1 lb. onions, chopped
1 bell pepper, chopped
3/4 cup chopped green onions
2 or 3 garlic cloves, minced
2 lbs. long grain rice
6 1/2 cups water
1 1/2 tablespoons hot sauce
2 teaspoons hot sauce
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon red pepper
6 beef bouillon cubes
3 tablespoons Kitchen Bouquet
Season the pork with salt and black pepper. Fry the pork in the canola oil
in a heavy cast-iron pan or Dutch oven ( 8 quart) until cooked through,
frequently; reduce the heat. Cook over low heat for 30 minutes, stirring
occasionally. Add the chicken and sausage and mix well. Cook for 10 minutes,
stirring frequently. Remove the pork mixture to a bowl using a slotted spoon,
reserving the pan drippings.
Saute the onions, bell pepper, green onions and garlic in the reserved pan
dripping until the onions are tender. Return the pork mixture to the pan and
mix well. Add the rice, water, hot sauce, salt, red pepper, bouillon
Kitchen Bouquet and mix well. Bring to a boil; reduce the heat.
Simmer for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Bake, covered, at 300 degrees
for 45 minutes; do not peek. Remove the cover and bake for 20 minutes
until the rice is tender.
Thank you sir.
In other news we need rain. Hasn't rained much at all lately
Too bad this hurricane no longer looks to be heading our way. We could use it
I go to Napa/Sonoma 2x a year for work therefore seeing these fire reports from that area hits close to home.
A friend/customer shot this when he and his wife had to evacuate Sunday night. He's since learned his neighborhood was consumed.
Pretty sure I was in the tornado in Spartanburg yesterday.
My office is right off of Hearon Circle on Business 85 which is one exit up from where two old industrial plants were destroyed and a tractor trailer blown off the Interstate. No damage to our building but the sign at the KFC next door was shattered and the Hardee's sign bent all the way over and was blocking the off ramp.
I never saw a funnel, and I was looking, but the wind was amazing. The NWS says winds got in the 115-125 range and while I don't think we got it that fast, it was pretty intense for about 3-5 minutes. I always thought I wanted to ride out a hurricane as long as I knew I was safe, but I can't imagine that intensity for an extended period of time.
Mother Nature...she scary.